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Syria Desires Russia's military to stay on to global power shifts

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has expressed his wish that the Russian military maintains a prolonged presence in his country as a counterweight to rival powers in the region. Assad told the Russian media Thursday that Moscow's intervention in 2015 in Syria had helped its military and its allies stamped out the threat of rebel and jihadis that arose after the …

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The true extent of Palestinian hatred for Israel

Get a newspaper and you can get the impression that Israel is ruthless and aggressive when it comes to dealing with military with the Palestinians. This is especially true for those who live under the control of Hamas terrorist group in Gaza. Whether Hamas just manipulated, this could not be further from the truth. Lastly, terrorists in Gaza were responsible …

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Greece fires: "Serious signs of fire," said the minister

Nikos Toskas, Deputy Minister of Citizenship, said that beliefs are based on satellite images and field inspections by police and fire brigades at a fatal venue that started in Penteli in eastern Attica. More than 15 fires broke out on three fronts in the southern part of southern Greece on Monday afternoon, according to government spokesman Dimitris Tzanakopoulos, who described …

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Who is Andrew Brunson, the Pastor entitled to sanctions against Turkey? : NPR

US Pastor Andrew Brunson is held in Turkey for allegations of terror and espionage. In a tweet, President Trump Brunson called "a great Christian, family member and wonderful person". AFP / Getty Images hide caption change caption AFP / Getty Images The US pastor Andrew Brunson is held in Turkey for allegations of terror and espionage. In a tweet, President …

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"Serious indications" mortal Greece's fireplaces were fire brigade, says official

Greek investigators have seen "serious signs" that a forest fire that killed at least 82 people outside Athens was intentional, a government chief said on Thursday. General Prosecutor Nikos Toskas told reporters that satellite imagery and land inspections suggest the fire that broke out in several places for a short time Monday probably due to fire legislation. "We have serious …

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The Foreign Ministry president says that Trump ignores sanctions against Russia for earlier spy poisoning

Get breaking news and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered weekday mornings. SUBSCRIBE WASHINGTON – The Republican Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Committee Chastises President Donald Trump to ignore a deadline for determining whether Russia should be subjected to sanctions for the poisoning of a President Ed Royce, R-Calif., in a letter to Trump …

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The latest: The group: Syria must return left missing

In this photo released by the Syrian official news agency SANA, Syrian inspects the site of a suicide attack in Sweida, Syria, Wednesday, July 25, 2018. Syrian state media say dozens of people have been killed in a suicide attack in the south of the country that owes the bombing on Islamic state militants. (SANA via AP) [Associated Press] by …

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An unnecessarily complicated look at how Trump's popularity affects his party

Republican Senate candidate Lena Epstein poses on "Trump Unity Bridge" May 5th. (Rachel Woolf for Washington Post) by Philip Bump July 26, 13:15 Email Author This article started, as so many articles do, with a vague question : What do the new votes from NBC and Marist mean about President Trump's popularity and the 2018 half-yearly election? These surveys were …

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