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London Bridge inquest: Family took away attacker's passport
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Thursday, 06 June 2019
London Bridge inquest: Family took away attacker's passport
Image copyright Metropolitan Police Image caption Khuram Butt booked a trip to Turkey, but his wife told an inquest she feared he would go to Syria. The family of one of the London Bridge attackers took his passport away to stop him travelling to Syria, an inquest has heard....
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How could you be so stupid, mother asked Isis son
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Thursday, 06 June 2019
How could you be so stupid, mother asked Isis son
The mother of a teenage Muslim convert told a court that she screamed “how could you be so stupid?” when he called to say he had travelled to Isis-held Syria. ...
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Kazakhstan and the struggle over Central Asia
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Thursday, 06 June 2019
Kazakhstan and the struggle over Central Asia
As the war in Afghanistan continues to disappear from the media, Central Asia once more becomes a black hole for news coverage. Sparsely populated and far-remo...
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The real reason some Brits don’t like Trump
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Thursday, 06 June 2019
The real reason some Brits don’t like Trump
Why do certain Brits hate Donald Trump so much? Duh, it’s obvious why we hate him, they’ll say. It’s because he’s a migrant-bashing, country-bombing, far-right...
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Trump climbs down on Iran
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Thursday, 06 June 2019
Trump climbs down on Iran
The dogs of war are barking a little less loudly. While the risk of miscalculation remains, it is increasingly clear that neither the US nor Iran really wants ...
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No Justice Ministry, no peace: 7 things to know for June 6
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Thursday, 06 June 2019
No Justice Ministry, no peace: 7 things to know for June 6
1. Divide and conquer: Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu appoints Likud loyalist Amir Ohana as justice minister, and while Union of Right-Wing Parties No. 2 Be...
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Israel cuts back Gaza fishing zone over incendiary balloons
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Thursday, 06 June 2019
Israel cuts back Gaza fishing zone over incendiary balloons
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu meets with Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan as he reshuffles his cabinet after firing a pair of right-wing rivals earlier this week. A statement from the ruling Likud party doesn’t say what the two discussed, but the meeting comes amid reports that Netanyahu is seeking to name Erdan as Israel’s UN ambassador....
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Russian Fighter Jet Intercepted U.S. Marines’ Surveill...
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Thursday, 06 June 2019
Russian Fighter Jet Intercepted U.S. Marines’ Surveill...
Russian Fighter Jet Intercepted U.S. Marines’ Surveillance Aircraft Off Syria Three Times. A Russian Su-35 intercepted a P-8A multimission maritime aircraft (...
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Egypt kills 14 suspected militants in raid after Sinai attack
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Thursday, 06 June 2019
Egypt kills 14 suspected militants in raid after Sinai attack
CAIRO, Egypt – Egyptian security forces have killed 14 suspected militants during a raid carried out in the restive Sinai Peninsula in response to a deadly che...
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