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US Pastors held in Turkey deny links to terrorists

April 16, 2018 11:38 pm ET An American pastor who spent 18 months in Turkish custody appeared for the first time in court on Monday and denies allegations of espionage and contacts with terrorists in a case that has exacerbated tense relationships between Washington and Ankara. Turkish prosecutor claims Andrew Brunson collided with a group of Turkey blaming for 2016 …

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US pastors go to trial in Turkey, additional strain relations: Two way: NPR

An unpopular photo shows Andrew Brunson, an American pastor, in Izmir, Turkey. Brunson's attempt began Monday because they helped groups who said they had orchestrated an attempt to bargain. STR / AFP / Getty Images hide caption change caption STR / AFP / Getty Images An unpopular photo shows Andrew Brunson, an American pastor, in Izmir, Turkey. Brunson's trial began …

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Suspected Toronto serial killer loaded with the 8th murder

Last month, the Toronto police released a photo of a bearded man whom they thought was a deceased victim of McArthur and asked for help identifying him. The police identified the man on Monday as Kirushna Kumar Kanagaratnam, who had moved from Sri Lanka to Canada in 2010. Idsinga told police that he was murdered sometime between 3 September and …

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New Cuban President Must Navigate Frosted Relationships With U.S.

Cuba moved one day to the historic legislature where Raúl Castro will leave the presidency. The National Assembly's meeting will be on Wednesday instead of Thursday, the official press reported on Monday. The State Council said it was before the National Assembly to "facilitate the development of the steps required by such a transcendental session." The National Assembly session begins …

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Russia begins blocking telegram to not replace encryption keys – TechCrunch

The Russian government's telecommunications regulator has begun blocking telegram as expected. This comes after the messenger company refused to provide Russian security services with encryption keys. The service is expected to be blocked within the next few hours. According to several reports, Telegram is still active in the country, but several service providers have begun blocking the company's website. Ran …

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Two Shark Attacks in One Day Reported Near Top Surfing Competition

Two shark attacks were reported in the same area, just a few hours apart, in western Australia on Monday. The first attack took place monday morning at Cobblestone's beach near Gracetown, a small town 269 kilometers (167 miles) south of Perth. <p class = "canvas-atom kanvastext Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content …

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2-day baby girl was found flushed in the toilet in India

A mother has a newborn baby's hand. (iStockphoto) It was supposed to be a routine conversation, just a dense toilet that needed repairs. Instead, plumbers at a clinic in Kerala made a cruel discovery: A two-day-old baby had been flushed down the toilet, with her placenta still intact. Dr. Abdul Rehman, who runs the clinic, told local reporters that he …

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Here's how to make Sydney safer for women

Children's Rights Organization Plan International Australia and Monash University today launched the interactive interactive Map Free to Be that allows young women and girls to drop a good pin on the places in the city they like and a "bad" pin in those areas where they feel uncomfortable or insecure. The Sydney Free to Map will remain open for enrollment …

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Israel destroys Hamas "longest and deepest" boundary tunnel than

Israel's military says that this tunnel built by Hamas militants is the "longest and deepest" they have found so far. (IDF) A massive tunnel built by Hamas terrorist group in northern Gaza – the "longest and deepest" ever found – has been destroyed after the Israeli military infiltrated the territory, officials said. Passenger near Nahal Oz was reported to be …

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