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Mattis to back Kiev’s claim to Crimea during Ukraine visit

US Defense Secretary James Mattis will visit Ukraine next week and reassure the government in Kiev that the US still considers Crimea a part of the country’s territory, the Pentagon said. Mattis will tell Kiev the US is “firmly committed to the goal of...

Lebanon starts offensive to clear border of IS militants

Lebanon's US-backed army on Saturday announced the start of a long-awaited military campaign to clear Islamic State militants from a remote corner near the frontier with Syria, an offensive that seeks to end a years-old threat to neighboring towns and villages. The Lebanese Hezbollah group...

Car rams into shop in Sydney injuring several people, reports

According to The Sydney Morning Herald newspaper, the car rammed into pedestrians outside a shopping mall on Victoria Avenue. The police are currently treating the car crash as an accident, reported Sputnik.

Lebanese army launches offensive against Daesh terrorists near Syrian border

Hezbollah set to fully dislodge Nusra Front terrorists along Syrian border
The Lebanese military has launched an offensive against Daesh terrorists in eastern Lebanese territory along the border with Syria, told Press TV. Lebanese army chief General Joseph Aoun announced the start of the operation, dubbed Jaroud Dawn, on Saturday. A Lebanese security source also said that...

Erdogan tells Turks in Germany to vote against Merkel and allies

Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Friday that German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Christian Democrat Party and its allies were enemies of Turkey, and told Turkish voters in Germany not to vote for them in next month’s election. Erdogan accused Germany of abetting terrorists “I...

Police in Finland shoot man after stabbing attack

The police in Turku, in western Finland, said that they had shot and apprehended a man on Friday after several people were stabbed and that they were clearing the city center as they searched for more potential suspects. Eyewitnesses reported hearing gunshots and told YLE,...

Iraq asks UN to collect evidence to prosecute ISIS

Iraq is asking the UN Security Council for assistance in collecting evidence to prosecute extremists from the Islamic State group for possible crimes against humanity. Iraq’s Foreign Minister Ibrahim al-Jaafari said in a letter to Secretary-General Antonio Guterres circulated Wednesday that his government and the...

9/11 survivors blast May for hiding Saudi report

Survivors of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks have lambasted UK Prime Minister Theresa May for “shamefully” rejecting their request to publish a high-profile government report on Saudi Arabia’s funding of terror groups, which they say might hold some clues into the 9/11 as...

At least 7 killed, 20 injured when tractor overturns in Turkey

At least seven people were killed and 20 others injured on Friday when a tractor overturned in Turkey's northwestern province of Sakarya, local media reported.

Spain rescues 600 migrants in Mediterranean in 24 hours

Spain rescues 57 migrants in Mediterranean Sea
Spain’s maritime rescue service has saved more than 600 migrants trying to cross the Mediterranean Sea from Morocco in the past 24 hours, making it one of its busiest days so far this year. The service said it rescued 16 migrants early Thursday in the...