• JUST IN: Most wanted terrorist, Al-Baghdadi, killed in USA raid

    JUST IN: Most wanted terrorist, Al-Baghdadi, killed in USA raid

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    But they also saw a potential opportunity, in which Islamic State leaders might break from more secretive routines to communicate with operatives, potentially creating a chance for the United States and its allies to detect them. As US forces bore down on him, Trump said al Baghdadi fled into a tunnel with three of his children and detonated a suicide vest. His group claimed scores of attacks worldwide, including so-called lone wolf attacks with no direct connection to the group.
  • US Sends Forces to Protect Syrian Oil Fields

    US Sends Forces to Protect Syrian Oil Fields

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    Trumps comments followed media points that the Army was considering bringing in part of a tank brigade, as well as a US official's claim that as many as 100 ISIS fighters had escaped from custody during the Turkish invasion. That was an apparent reference to the oil fields in Deir el-Zour. "I don't know how the United States can rely on the SDF for force protection and movement at the same time that they're engaged with the Assad regime and the Russians".
  • UK government will look at other options if early vote bid fails

    UK government will look at other options if early vote bid fails

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    Nearly 40 months after the Brexit referendum and still Britain is a member of the European Union and there is no deal in sight, or so it appears. Guy Verhofstadt, the Brexit coordinator for the European Parliament, tweeted that the SNP-Lib Dem proposal was "sensible". Marc-André Fongern, an analyst at G10 FX, said that a general election could put the pound "at risk", noting the "multitude of potential outcomes".
  • USA impeachment investigators want Trump-sacked security chief John Bolton to testify

    USA impeachment investigators want Trump-sacked security chief John Bolton to testify

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    Kathryn Wheelbarger, acting assistant secretary of defense for global security, is scheduled to appear on Wednesday, and Tim Morrison, a top White House adviser on Russian Federation and Europe, is scheduled for Thursday. Mr Kupperman, who provided foreign policy advice to the president, was scheduled to testify in a similar session today. Trump fired Bolton as his national security adviser last month, after Trump made clear he "strongly disagreed" with many of Bolton's suggestions.
  • Canada's Trudeau Rejects Coalition In Favor Of Minority Government

    Canada's Trudeau Rejects Coalition In Favor Of Minority Government

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    He mentioned his new cupboard will likely be sworn in on November 20. The Liberals did not retain a single seat in the two provinces in the election that ended with a Liberal minority. "I think there were a lot of issues that weren't properly addressed, and there were big substantive ideas that weren't fully debated in this election campaign, and I regret that", he said.