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Cameron Wins EU Deal to Avert ‘Brexit’ After Two-Day Summit

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European Union leaders reached a understanding directed during gripping a U.K. in a bloc, permitting Prime Minister David Cameron to call a referendum on EU membership as shortly as June. Twitter: David Cameron on Twitter “Drama over,” Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaite ...

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At Mexican-US border, Pope delivers a severe critique

The Bible readings during a Mass, on that Catholic preaching bottom their sermons, told a story of Jonah, another indignant prophet. It was a kind of fluke that a male of Francis’ faith competence cruise a work of a sharp ...

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Death fee rises in lethal Turkey explosion

ANKARA, Turkey — A automobile explosve went off in a Turkish collateral Wednesday nearby vehicles carrying troops personnel, murdering during slightest 28 people and wounding 61 others, officials said. The blast occurred during dusk rush hour in a heart of ...

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Turkey vows ‘harsh reaction’ as missiles hit Syria town

KIEV/BEIRUT Turkey warned Kurdish militia fighters in northern Syria on Monday they would face the “harshest reaction” if they tried to capture a town near the Turkish border, and accused Russia of a missile attack there that killed at least ...

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Russia casts doubt on Syria ceasefire understanding as army gains ground

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MUNICH/BEIRUT Russia pronounced on Saturday a ceasefire understanding for Syria concluded by vital powers was some-more approaching to destroy than succeed, as Syrian supervision army corroborated by serve Russian atmosphere strikes gained some-more belligerent opposite rebels nearby Aleppo. International groups ...

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Under glow for Syria bombings, Russia denies attack civilians

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MUNICH The United States and France criticized Russia on Saturday for bombing civilians in Syria, a assign Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev deserted as vital powers bickered plainly a day after similar to a postponement in combat. U.S. Secretary of ...

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The Death Toll From Syria’s War Is Actually 470000, New Research Claims

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The five-year-old fight in Syria has claimed 470,000 lives, according to new investigate that roughly doubles prior estimates about a tellurian cost of a conflict. The Guardian reported sum of a news by a Syrian Center for Policy Research, due ...

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Senate passes check to strike North Korea with harsher sanctions

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., center, walks with Sen. Pat Toomey, R-Pa., left, to a cover for a opinion to levy some-more difficult sanctions on North Korea for willfully violating general law by pulling forward with a chief weapons ...

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The Latest: Greece: Stop Migrants in Turkish Waters

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Hong Kong demonstration military strife with protesters amid crackdown on travel vendors

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HONG KONG Riot military used batons and peppers mist early on Tuesday to relieve fights after authorities attempted to pierce bootleg travel vendors from a working-class Hong Kong district, a misfortune travel clashes given pro-democracy protests in late 2014. Protesters ...

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