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New York museum to remove Theodore Roosevelt statue

BOGOTA, Colombia The American Museum of Natural History will remove a bronze statue of former President Theodore Roosevelt from its entrance amid criticism that it symbolizes racism and colonial expansion. The...

US: 104 shots, 14 deaths over Father's Day weekend

ANKARA Chicago, Illinois reported its highest number of shooting victims over the Father's Day weekend as 104 people were shot. Fourteen of them were killed, including five children, in seemingly random...

Canada warns Saudi dissident of possible Saudi plot

TRENTON, Canada A close Canadian associate of murdered journalist Jamal Khashoggi has been warned by police that he may be marked for assassination or kidnapping by the Saudi government. Omar Abdulaziz,...

Trump: Int'l governments will print millions of ballots

WASHINGTON US President Donald Trump continued his broadside against mail-in voting on Monday, claiming foreign governments will print "millions" of ballots to subvert November's presidential election. "RIGGED 2020 ELECTION: MILLIONS OF...

Trump says he will only meet Maduro to discuss exit

WASHINGTON  US President Donald Trump walked back his comments on Venezuela Monday, saying he would only meet with President Nicolas Maduro to discuss the leader's departure from power. "Unlike the radical...

US concerned over 2 detained Canadians in China

ANKARA The US on Monday voiced concern over the "arbitrary detentions" of two Canadians who were charged with spying by the Chinese regime, saying Washington stands with Canada. "The United States...

Trump says he would consider meeting Venezuelan leader

WASHINGTON  US President Donald Trump said he would consider meeting Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro amid severed ties between the two countries.  "I would maybe think about that. Maduro would like to...

US commemorates Juneteenth, end of slavery

WASHINGTON The US on Friday marked Juneteenth, the annual commemoration of the liberation of black Americans who had been held as slaves in the country, amid continued outcry over the...

China formally charges two Canadians with spying

TRENTON, Canada Two Canadians were formally charged with spying Friday by the Chinese regime, a move of “great concern” to Canada, said Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. At a press conference Friday,...

US capital to begin phase 2 of reopening next week

WASHINGTON  The US national capital will begin phase two of its reopening process next week as the number of COVID-19 cases continues to drop, Mayor Muriel Bowser said Friday. The district...

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Turkey decries Egypt’s condemnation of anti-terror ops

‘Such irresponsible statements are attempts to serve agenda of bloody PKK terror group,’ says Turkish FM spokesman

Senegal bans EU nationals after being blacklisted

Action comes after Dakar not included on EU’s list of states deemed ‘safe’ for coronavirus

Father of MMA champion Nurmagomedov dies from COVID-19

ANKARA  The father and coach of Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) champion Khabib Nurmagomedov died Friday from the coronavirus.  Manager Ali Abdelaziz confirmed Abdulmanap Nurmagomedov, 57, died...

Football: Atletico Madrid ease past Mallorca

ANKARA  Atletico Madrid blanked Real Mallorca at home Friday in a Spanish La Liga match. The home team led 2-0 at the half at Wanda Metropolitano...

Putin jokes about hanging LGBT symbol on US Embassy

MOSCOW  The US Embassy in Russia shows who is employed at the facility by hanging a LGBT banner on its building, Russian President Vladimir Putin...

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