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The decision, taken overnight, came after the Afghan National Directorate of Security attributed the attack to the Haqqani network - linked to the Taliban and allegedly with bases in Pakistan - and said it had the direct guidance and cooperation of the Pakistani spy agency ISI.
  • U.S. outraged at Erdogan guards' attack on protesters

    U.S. outraged at Erdogan guards' attack on protesters

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    The unseemly incident is adding to U.S. The embassy said that Erdogan was in the ambassador's residence after meeting President Donald Trump, and Turkish-Americans who were there to greet him responded to provocations from PKK-linked protesters.
  • What would the Paris climate deal look like without the United States?

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    Trump aides including Steve Bannon, Stephen Miller, lawyer Don McGahn and Peter Navarro, along with EPA chief Pruitt, argued hard for leaving the accord. Withdrawing would leave the United States aligned only with Russian Federation among the world's industrialized economies. Trump claimed before taking office that climate change was a "hoax" created by the Chinese to hurt the USA economy.
  • Britain may be heading for hung Parliament

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    The projection came with big caveats - including a vast margin of error. Other polls are predicting a completely different outcome, so we would use this information with a pinch of salt. The poll was conducted on May 30-31 and put the Liberal Democrats on seven percent and the UK Independence Party on 4 percent. But the Liberal Democrats are anti-Brexit, and may try to seek a deal with Labour, who want Britain to keep some aspects of European Union membership.
  • Silk Road founder loses appeal challenging life sentence

    Silk Road founder loses appeal challenging life sentence

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    A photo of Silk Road founder Ross Ulbricht who is now serving life in prison. His charges included money laundering, conspiracy to traffic narcotics and a "kingpin" charge generally withheld for leaders of major drug cartels. The three-judge panel cited the "staggering" United States dollars $ 183 million of illegal drugs sold on Silk Road from 2011 to 2013, and a lower court's finding it more likely than not that Ulbricht arranged at least five murders for hire to protect Silk Road's ...
  • PMLN's Nehal Hashmi's full speech threatening SC judges, JIT

    PMLN's Nehal Hashmi's full speech threatening SC judges, JIT

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    Justice Ejaz Afzal expressing enormous displeasure told Hashmi that he is being giving an opportunity to make a clarification. The bench directed Attorney General of Pakistan (AGP) Ashtar Ausaf Ali , who has been appointed as prosecutor, to collect material related to the case.
  • Angela Merkel Europe must step up as diplomatic player

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    Mr Spicer said however that the U.S. president respects Ms Merkel and that the pair "continue to grow the bonds" forged during the in-person meetings. "Europeans think they are now being treated worse by Trump than countries like Russian Federation or Saudi Arabia", said Stephan Bierling, an expert on trans-Atlantic relations at the University of Regensburg in Germany.
  • Syrian rebels say Russian jets halt advance on desert outpost

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    Most of the civilians are in the Old City which lies immediately south of where the current fighting is taking place. The Joint Operations Command also said Monday that Iraqi aircraft had dropped leaflets over Mosul urging residents to leave IS-held areas - the second time it had done so within the past week.