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The Syrian government has moved nearly all of its operational aircraft - both jets and helicopters - to a Russian airbase in Syria for protection from another possible round of US airstrikes, Fox News has confirmed. All officials spoke on condition of anonymity under military briefing rules. Damascus, along with its Russian and Iranian allies, has said that the April 4 casualties were caused when a conventional air strike on an al-Qaeda weapons depot nearby caused an explosion, releasing the ...
  • Turkey condemns attack on Champs-Elysees in Paris

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    But Mr Molins confirmed police had found a note with handwritten messages defending Isil near his body, addresses of police establishments in his auto and a Koran. Xavier Jugelé, 37, was one of hundreds of officers deployed to the Bataclan as militants massacred 90 people with guns and suicide vests. A foreign tourist was slightly wounded in her knee by shrapnel during the shooting.
  • Trump administration report labels no USA trading partners as currency manipulators

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    Taiwan, South Korea and Japan were told in the report to keep currency market interventions as limited as possible while moving toward more flexible and transparent exchange rate policies, reports said. Trump said during the campaign that he would label China a currency manipulator on day one, leading to fears of a potential trade war. The Treasury report's language on Japan was similar to past reports, and focused on the need for structural reforms to improve domestic demand, analysts ...
  • Only Le Pen Can Save France

    Only Le Pen Can Save France

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    Le Pen - narrowly trailing frontrunner Emmanuel Macron in opinion polls - said she would take steps to beat "Islamist terrorism" if elected, including introducing tougher immigration and border controls. In a statement , the United Kingdom government said it "strongly condemns the appalling terrorist attack in Paris ". "Le Pen is the only one who benefits, we know that ISIS intervened to help the worst", wrote one person watching from Egypt.
  • 12 die as rioting breaks out in Venezuela

    12 die as rioting breaks out in Venezuela

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    Hundreds of people again took to the streets of Venezuela's capital Thursday to demonstrate against President Nicolas Maduro , a day after three people were shot dead during protests in the South American nation riled by an economic crisis and political rifts.
  • UK Could Rejoin The EU If Voters Overturn Brexit, Says Tajani

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    The British people have to navigate a way through not just choosing a government but working out what they want the governing mandate to be. "We're in danger of becoming a very blinkered society when it comes to things like immigration, and there are many who are anxious about that".
  • Authorities head to California to bring kidnapped teen home

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    Authorities said Cummins's Nissan Rogue sport-utility vehicle was found late Wednesday in California after someone noticed it did not have license plates. American teen Elizabeth Thomas had been missing since March 13, presumably with her former teacher, according to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation.
  • UN Security Council Blasts N. Korea Missile Test, Threatens Sanctions

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    South Korea and the United States have also been conducting annual joint military exercises, which the North routinely criticises as a prelude to invasion. He conceded that "nothing is easy" regarding the tense situation. Tillerson wasn't the only Trump-appointed U.S. official making remarks about North Korea on Wednesday.
  • Images of North Korea Nuclear Test Site Show ... Volleyball

    Images of North Korea Nuclear Test Site Show ... Volleyball

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    But if you thought the North Koreans were taking a break, it's more likely that the games were staged knowing the outside world is looking. According to the outlet, the US government has always been preparing to attack North Korea's most heavily protected military facilities to slow or halt its nuclear program.