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Trump pledges to ‘win’ fight against opioid crisis

US President Donald Trump is not declaring a national emergency over the intensifying opioid crisis as suggested by a commission he himself organized. Trump said on Tuesday that the US would “win” the fight against the heroin and opioid plague, but did not announce any new policy. Instead, he said that ...

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Turkey starts constructing wall along Iran border: Report

Turkey has started building a wall along its border with Iran in parallel with the Turkish barrier along the Syrian frontier, a Turkish media report says. Turkey’s private Dogan news agency said on Tuesday that the governor of Agri province, Suleyman Elban, had visited the construction process of the security wall. It ...

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Britain chose Brexit due to poor education: Study

A new study in the United Kingdom has found that Britons would have likely voted to remain in the European Union (EU) had they been better educated. The survey published on Tuesday by academics at the University of Leicester showed that Britain would have chosen to remain in the bloc ...

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US, UAE forces in southern Yemen seize oil resources: Report

A Yemeni official says US and UAE operations purportedly against terrorist groups in Shabwah are indeed meant to gain control over oil and gas fields in Yemen’s southern province.  According to Shabwah Deputy Governor Mohammed Ahmed Abou Harba, the so-called Shabwah elite forces, who have occupied large swaths of the ...

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Four die as heavy storms sweep northern Italy

At least four people died in freak accidents Sunday as violent storms raged in northern Italy at the end of prolonged heatwave, police and local media say. A hiker was killed after being fatally struck by lightning on Marmolada, the highest mountain of the Dolomites, local media reported on Sunday. ...

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UK ready to pay EU up to €40 billion for Brexit: Report

The United Kingdom is willing to pay up to 40 billion euros ($47.1 billion) to the European Union as the bloc wants considerable progress on settling Britain’s liabilities before Brexit talks resume, a report says. Britain will pay the amount to settle its accounts only if the EU considers it ...

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