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As the garbage piled up, it began threatening the tiny homes nearby, prompting residents to stage regular protests while complaining of health hazards. Three other people pulled from the wreckage of their homes were already deceased by the time they arrived at the hospital, she said. He counted 23 of his neighbors among the dead.
  • President Erdogan rejects criticism of referendum

    President Erdogan rejects criticism of referendum

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    US President Donald Trump, meanwhile, ignored the concerns about voting irregularities and congratulated President Erdogan on his referendum victory. "We discussed the contents of the report", Tana de Zulueta, head of the OSCE observation mission, told reporters. "We encourage voters and parties on both sides to focus on working together for Turkey's future and to maintain a meaningful political dialogue", said acting State Department spokesman Mark Toner.
  • Mike Pence: It's time for North Korea to 'get the message'

    Mike Pence: It's time for North Korea to 'get the message'

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    The US president sent a navy group led by the aircraft carrier Carl Vinson into the region, in what is being seen as a signal to Pyongyang. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon, Pool). Tensions between North Korea and the USA have soared in recent weeks, as a series of North Korean missile tests have prompted ever-more bellicose warnings from the administration of Trump.
  • Manafort might register as a foreign agent

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    The claim by a Ukrainian investigator "that he has evidence of a wire transfer to a US bank account of Mr. Manafort", said Maloni, "completely undercuts [the] long-time charge that the Party of Regions ledger detailed "illegal cash payments" to Mr.
  • Dortmund's Bartra ruled out for a month

    Dortmund's Bartra ruled out for a month

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    Borussia Dortmund lost 3-2 to Monaco on Wednesday in the first leg of the UEFA Champions League quarterfinals less than 24 hours after an attack on their team bus. Authorities also searched the home of a second suspected Islamic extremist but prosecutors said Thursday there were no indications he was involved in the bus attack.
  • Does Donald Trump actually know who the leader of North Korea is?

    Does Donald Trump actually know who the leader of North Korea is?

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    He has since praised China for trying to increase pressure on Pyongyang. Trump held his first summit talks with Chinese President Xi Jinping earlier this month with a focus on North Korea. While it remains unclear whether Trump's comments mesh with the administration's more fleshed-out policy, they have drawn raised eyebrows from former White House officials, who are sounding the alarm.
  • EU Commission says Turkey must investigate referendum doubts

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    Kemal Kilicdaroglu, the leader of the Republican People's Party, or CHP, made the comments during a speech to his lawmakers Tuesday, challenging the outcome of the referendum on constitutional amendments. This would allow Erdogan to rejoin the governing AK Party he co-founded, or to lead it. Meanwhile, OSCE monitors were seen entering the Supreme Electoral Board headquarters.
  • Pence Warns N.Korea of Trump's 'Resolve'

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    Before Pence's arrival, Aso told reporters the talks were meant to provide, "not friction, but cooperation". TOKYO (AP) - U.S. Vice President Mike Pence is traveling to Japan for talks expected to focus largely on trade with America's anchor ally in the region.
  • Haley says US 'prepared to do more' in Syria

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    Trump ordered a cruise missile attack on a Homs airbase on Friday in response. "Someone who uses barrel bombs and chemicals to kill his own people simply can not be the future leader of Syria ", he stated. attack", Rouhani said in a speech aired by state television. "It's important that we keep our priorities straight", said Tillerson. "I think the president has authorization to use force".
  • Fury in Vietnam over United passenger dragged from plane

    Fury in Vietnam over United passenger dragged from plane

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    The chief executive of embattled United Airlines unequivocally apologized Tuesday for an incident in which a passenger was dragged off a plane, promising a thorough review of the airline's practices. "As you are aware, every day passengers are "bumped off" flights under authority given to United Airlines under 14 CFR Part 250". Alderman Mike Zalewski says he does not know who will represent the airline before the city council's Aviation Committee.