• Turkey should put pressure on USA in Syrian issue

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    Less than two weeks after Operation Euphrates Shield was launched, the Turkish Army-supported Free Syrian Army fighters have liberated an area from almost 600 square km of PYD/PKK and Daesh terrorists. "We have said that if there is one more rocket here, we will destroy you". With Turkey's rapid success in less than two weeks, his position looks stronger with territory in between the two Kurdish "cantons" of Afrin and Kobane now in the hands of Ankara-backed rebels.
  • IS advances after Syrian military base 'hit by USA air strike'

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    The statement calls it a "serious and blatant attack on Syria and its military" and "firm proof of the US support of Daesh and other terrorist groups". Forty trucks carrying desperately-needed relief for the divided city of Aleppo waited Friday at a checkpoint at the Turkish border, and the USA blamed the Syrian government for the holdup.
  • Suu Kyi and Obama open new chapter in USA engagement with Myanmar

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    A number of US companies exited the Burma market, even prior to the imposition of sanctions, due to a worsening business climate and mounting criticism from human rights groups, consumers and shareholders. Experts hope the lifting of sanctions helps change that by making it easier for US companies to invest and do business here. She urged Americans to come to the country and "make profits".
  • Funeral scheduled at school for police officer

    Funeral scheduled at school for police officer

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    By The Associated Press The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research poll on climate change was conducted by NORC Aug. 11-14. Keller said the neighbor spotted an officer in the parking lot and that they asked Hamrick to pick all three up so they could "avoid trouble".
  • White House renews veto threat on 9/11 lawsuit bill

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    Fifteen of the 19 hijackers responsible for 9/11 were from Saudi Arabia. The bill "amends the federal judicial code to narrow the scope of foreign sovereign immunity by authorizing US courts to hear cases involving claims against a foreign state for injuries, death, or damages that occur inside the United States as a result of a tort, including an act of terrorism, committed anywhere by a foreign state or official".
  • Donald Trump says he supports over-the-counter birth control

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    Meanwhile, she's said she'll release more medical records. Ahead of the interview , Dr. Oz shared what he would and wouldn't ask the controversial candidate. While Hillary is doing damage control from everyone freaking out about her overheating incident and pneumonia diagnosis, Trump tried to take advantage of his opponent's situation on Wednesday by appearing on The Dr.
  • Montini: 'Hacked' Colin Powell speaks for all Americans

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    More emails hacked emails from the Democratic National Committee continue to leak, and the latest batch of leaked emails has a prominent Republican making headlines. A member of Powell's staff told CBS News they had "no idea who did it and no further comment at this time". "I saw email more like a telephone than a cable machine", Powell wrote past year to his business partner Jeffrey Leeds.
  • Syrian soldiers killed by US-led air strike

    Syrian soldiers killed by US-led air strike

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    Russia's Foreign Ministry said on Sunday the air strikes by a US-led coalition for Syrian army forces threatened the implementation of a U.S. ceasefire plan for Syria and urged Washington to thoroughly investigate the accident. The RAAF gave no details of the planes involved in the operation. The agreement had been brokered by Russian Federation, which supports Syrian President Bashar Assad's regime, and the USA, which supports the opposition forces.
  • Excavation near Cal Poly 'P' in Kristin Smart disappearance

    Excavation near Cal Poly 'P' in Kristin Smart disappearance

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    Kristin Denise Smart, who was from Stockton, was weeks away from finishing her freshman year at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, when she went missing during the early morning hours of May 25, 1996 as she walked home from an off-campus party to her dorm room on campus, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
  • Hurricane Hermine's flood damage was ramped up by climate change

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    Tens of millions of residents, from Virginia north to New England, are expected to remain under tropical storm watches and warnings for the rest of Labor Day weekend. The powerful post-tropical cyclone Hermine lurked off the Eastern Seaboard on Sunday, and its evolving path made the storm more likely to be a bother than a threat.