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Items filtered by date: September 2017

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U.S. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein said on Tuesday he was very concerned about a report that said new legislation has undermined the Drug Enforcement Administration’s ability to crack down on opioid dealers and said the Justice Department would review the law.

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A Delaware grand jury has indicted 16 prison inmates for first-degree murder over a February uprising during which a guard was killed and others taken hostage, prosecutors said on Tuesday.

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The National Assembly of Quebec voted Tuesday to ban burqas, the full-face Islamic coverings, for all public servants and those receiving public services.

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Each player of Turkey's national amputee football team will get 1 million Turkish liras ($273,000) as bonus for winning the European Amputee Football Federation (EAFF) European Championship.

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Turkey, Poland sign 5 agreements covering defence, science, education and culture during president's 1-day visit to Warsaw.

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  • Published in World


Isnilon Hapilon was on Washington’s most wanted list with $5 million bounty on his head.

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Ruling AK Party and opposition MHP vote in favor of extension, while main opposition CHP and HDP oppose it in parliament.

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At least 12 policemen wounded in blast, according to initial reports.

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  • Published in Turkey


2 workers injured while 1 worker still remains trapped in wreckage.

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Number of employed in Turkey increased by 2.4 million persons in 2012-2016, official data show.

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  • Published in Health


Middle East Technical University (ODTU) academics create new way to diagnose cancer cells without need of biopsy.

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  • Published in World


Police chief for southeastern Paktia province also among dead, says deputy governor.

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Turkish president rails against Brussels failure to pay aid agreed under 2015 migrant deal.

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The Kurdish vote for independence "won't be in vain", Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG) leader Masoud Barzani said on Tuesday, reacting to Iraq's retaliation over the referendum vote held last month in the northern Iraq region.

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Many of Kirkuk’s civilian residents fled before this weekend's army advance on oil-rich city.

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Trump knows anti-Iran lobby has influential friends with deep pockets who can help 2020 reelection campaign.

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Move comes as Iraqi forces scramble to secure all parts of the country disputed between Baghdad, Erbil.

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  • Published in Health


Visually impaired Gokhan Taspinar built up his body by lifting hazelnut sacks.

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Despite publicly objecting to Palestinian deal, Netanyahu tells ministers Palestinian Authority ties will remain.

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President Donald Trump announces America’s neutrality as tensions continue to mount between Baghdad and Erbil.

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Turkish prime minister says Iraqi city should be run according to earlier population make-up.

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New satellite imagery shows at least 288 Muslim villages partially or totally burned since Aug. 25, Human Rights Watch says.

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Turkish president travelling with large delegation of ministers.

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Kurdish forces pulled out from the towns of Qaraj and Bashiqa in northern Iraq.

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  • Published in Health


Health Minister Ahmet Demircan says 35 victims of truck bomb attack being treated in Turkish hospitals.

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All entries submitted to the U.S. Diversity Immigrant Visa Program, also known as the Green Card Lottery, between October 3rd and 10th have been lost due to a technical glitch.

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A New Jersey man was found guilty by a federal jury in New York on Monday of planting two bombs in Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood in September 2016, one of which exploded and wounded 30 people.

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  • Published in Turkey


Turkish airstrikes kill 8 PKK terrorists in Zap region of northern Iraq, according to Turkish military.

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Turkish health minister arrived in Mogadishu early Monday to speed up transport operations of the injured.


Up to 40 Somalis, who got critically injured in Saturday’s truck bombing, have been airlifted to Turkey for medical treatment on Monday.

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As tensions continue to mount between Baghdad and Erbil, Iraqi army begins operations to secure oil-rich Kirkuk province.

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  • Published in Health


UN Food and Agriculture Organization says in report number of undernourished people increased to 815 million in 2016.

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  • Published in Health


Aid agency head Kerem Kinik condemns bomb attack in Somali capital.

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Bowe Bergdahl, captured by Taliban, admits to leaving observation post.

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A drone hit an airplane landing at a Quebec City airport this week, the first time an unmanned flying object has collided with commercial aircraft in Canada, Transport Minister Marc Garneau said Sunday.

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  • Published in Sports


Turkish Super League club Trabzonspor announced Monday that the club bilaterally cancelled the contract of coach Ersun Yanal following the humiliating 6-1 defeat against Teleset Mobilya Akhisarspor in their home ground.

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  • Published in Health


With autumn here, our bodies are vulnerable to changing temperatures, making us susceptible to developing infections due to a weakened immune system.

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  • Published in Tech


"Truly a eureka moment," "Everything I ever hoped for," "A dream come true" -- Normally restrained scientists reached for the stars Monday to describe the feelings that accompany a "once-in-a-lifetime" event.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin approved plans to launch the country's own cryptocurrency, Russian Minister of Communications Nikolay Nikiforov said Sunday.

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  • Published in World


A high-profile Maltese journalist investigating the corruption allegations in Malta, nicknamed the "one-woman WikiLeaks,' was killed in a suspected car bombing on Monday, Prime Minister Joseph Muscat confirmed.

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30 militants, 5 troops killed in Maruf district of southern Kandahar province.

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Twelve thousand faculty members at colleges in Canada went on strike Monday, affecting more than 500,000 students.

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  • Published in U.S.


More than 200,000 acres destroyed as 15 large fires continue to burn.

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  • Published in Turkey


Half a liter of olive oil produced from a 1,800-year-old olive tree sold for 22,000 Turkish lira ($6,046) in the ancient city of Teos in Izmir's Seferihisar district in western Turkey.

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Over the past 15 years, Turkey on average attracted $13 billion of foreign investments annually, amounting to a total of $200 billion, ISPAT Chairman Ermut said, indicating that the country keeps on attracting investments from every sector.

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Decision taken on advice of Turkey’s National Security Council, says government spokesman.

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