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US two-thirds of way to 'edge of civil a war': poll

WASHINGTON The U.S. is two-thirds of the way to the "edge of a civil war," according to a poll. Released by Georgetown Institute of Politics and Public Service on Wednesday, voters...

US: Vaping death toll rises to 34

WASHINGTON The death toll from mysterious lung illnesses linked to vaping has risen to 34, health officials confirmed Thursday. The deaths span a wide swath of the U.S. including 24 states,...

'US should hand YPG/PKK ringleader over to Turkey'

ANKARA  YPG/PKK terrorist ringleader Ferhat Abdi Sahin, codenamed Mazloum Kobani, is wanted by Interpol and the U.S. should hand him over to Ankara, Turkey's president said Thursday. "With the U.S., we...

US: Hundreds evacuated as California wildfires spread

WASHINGTON Authorities have ordered residents of a small town in the state of California's wine country to evacuate as strong winds fuel roaring wildfires in the north of the U.S.'s...

US senator urges defeat of Trump Syria-censure motion

WASHINGTON A Senate resolution that would censure U.S. President Donald Trump for his decision to withdraw American forces from Iraq must be defeated, accordoing to Senator Rand Paul. Paul is one...

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Turkey neutralizes 3 terrorists in N.Iraq operation

ANKARA Turkish security forces “neutralized” at least three PKK terrorists in northern Iraq, Turkey's Defense Ministry said on Saturday. Weapons, ammunition and explosives were also seized...

Turkey sends 2nd batch of medical aid to Serbia

ANKARA  A Turkish military plane carrying the second batch of medical supplies for Serbia left the capital Ankara on Saturday amid the coronavirus pandemic. An A-400M...

Turkish space team to send mini satellite into space

ANKARA A team of Turkish engineering students will send a miniaturized satellite into space at the end of the year. “We started working on the PocketQube...

Tanzania testing novel model to produce green charcoal

MABWE, Tanzania Over the past many years, Tanzania, an East African country known for its vast wilderness, is losing 483,859 hectares of forests annually to...

Why is Greece courting Haftar's militia in Libya?

ANKARA Greece has been left in a tight corner after betting on East Libya-based warlord Khalifa Haftar, a Turkey-based scholar has said. After Haftar's 2019 military...

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