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Top general denies report on US planning to leave 1K troops in Syria

T he nation's top general denied on report Sunday that said the United States is planning to keep nearly 1,000 troops in Syria. "A claim reported this evening by a major U.S. newspaper that the U.S. military is developing plans to keep nearly 1,000 U.S. troops in Syria are factually incorrect, ”Gen. Joseph Dunford, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of …

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Relations between the United States and Russia cannot be improved among economic sanctions

Deripaska told CNBC that both countries are prepared to spend trillions of dollars on defense despite more than half of such expenses likely to be "unnecessary". When asked if the prospect of a change of president in the US next year could offer an opportunity for improved ties between Washington and Moscow, Deripsaka replied, "Are you serious?" "Everything will be …

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Brain trauma suffered by US diplomats in Cuba, China could be a hostile foreign union work – 60 minutes

In 2016 and 17, 25 Americans, including CIA agents, who worked in the US Embassy in Cuba, suffered serious brain damage that caused impaired vision and memory loss among other sustained symptoms. Now we have learned that at least 15 US officials in China were suffering from inexplicable brain trauma. The FBI is now investigating whether these Americans were attacked …

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Facebook removes 1.5 million copies of New Zealand attack video

Facebook said Sunday that it took away 1.5 million videos of New Zealand's attacks around the world. It blocked 1.2 million of the video when uploading, which means they would not have seen the users. Facebook didn't say how many people had seen the remaining 300,000 videos. New Zealand police warned Facebook for the life stream, and Facebook said it …

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Mick Mulvaney defends Trump in the wake of New Zealand's attacks

"The president is not a white supremacist," Mulvaney said on "Fox News Sunday." "I'm not sure how many times we have to say it." "Just asking the question every time something like this happens abroad, or even at home, saying" Oh my goodness, it must somehow be the President's fault "is talking about a politicization of everything I think is …

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Christchurch workers, students returning after NZ mosque scoundrels

CHRISTCHURCH (Reuters) – New Zealand police promised a high profile when schools and companies in Christchurch resumed on Monday after an armor killed 50 people at two mosques in the city last week and the prime minister said she would start working on tightening gun laws . Women embrace near a memorial site for mosque protection victims, at the Botanical …

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Investigators find "similarities" between Ethiopian and Lion Air

Dagmawit Moges told CNN that investigators have restored all relevant data from the black boxes. Moges did not provide further details of the alleged "similarities" between the two crashes but said they would "be subject to further investigation". Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 crashed March 10, six minutes after launch and kills all 157 people on board. It was the second …

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"Similarities" in crashes, Ethiopian official says

CLOSE Relatives and officials visit Ethiopian aviation accident, while a pilot says preliminary data show that the aircraft's pilots "had lost control". (the 13th of March) AP In a day when thousands mourned the 157 victims of the last Sunday's Ethiopian Airlines crash, Transport Minister Dagmawit said Moges that "clear similarities" were found between that accident and a lethal Lion …

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