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The war against the IS was all a waste

In the end, the "caliphate" was little more than a vast expanse of wreckage and destroyed cars littered with bodies of ISIS fighters. But it was not the last battle. We were wrong. Thousands of ISIS fighters surrendered, and many thousands more – their widows and orphans, their wives and children – ended up in SDF-run prisons and detention centers. …

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How to Use Cooling Tower in The Commercial Building?

  Ideally, a cooling tower is a system that is used to recycle water, and includes saving energy, water consumption and lowing production and operation costs. For this reason, a cooling tower system is a must have in every commercial building. There are also different kinds of cooling towers that you will find in the market today. Each of this …

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Syria Live Updates: Assad's forces invade areas hit by Turkey

Syrian army joins Kurds in a major power shift. The Syrian army invaded the city of Tel Tamer in northeastern Syria, the state-run news media reported Monday, shortly after the government of President Bashar al-Assad made an alliance with the Kurdish forces controlling the region. The return of government forces to northeastern Syria not only kills Kurdish-led troops backed by …

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The withdrawal from the US to Syria is picking up speed, the Brexit starts in the 11th hour and why Dems believe in Adam Schiff: The Morning Rundown

Good morning, NBC News reader. The US is accelerating its withdrawal from northern Syria, Britain enters the most critical week of Brexit so far, and a playoff between Astros and Yankees ends with an eleventh inning homerun. We will look at the following today. US forces withdraw from northern Syria as ISIS supporters flee the camp The US military accelerated …

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Homemade bomb detonated for the first time in Hong Kong protests

HONG KONG – A homemade bomb exploded on Sunday in Hong Kong in violent protests, police said Monday, pointing to an escalation in street-level arms race between police and protesters. The device was hidden Suryanto Chin-chiu, the Hong Kong Police Superintendent of Explosives Disposal, was activated in a bush by a mobile phone when a police vehicle passed nearby in …

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The WTO officially supports US tariffs on EU goods

GENEVA – The United States has taken the final procedural hurdle to raise $ 10 billion in tariffs on European products at a meeting of the World Trade Organization (WTO) governing body this Monday. The administration of President Donald Trump no longer has legal obstacles to their already-planned sanctions on European goods, which could come into effect on Friday after …

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Spain sentences Catalan separatists to 13 years

MADRID – The Spanish Supreme Court on Monday sentenced former leaders of the Catalan independence movement to long prison terms after being found guilty in 2017 of the uproar. Catalonia's former deputy chairman Oriol Junqueras received the toughest sentence: 13 years in prison. Carles Puigdemont, the former Catalan leader, lived in self-imposed exile in Belgium and avoided being prosecuted in …

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Leader of Catalonia imprisoned for sedition before Spanish court

Proponents of Catalan independence march in Barcelona before the Judgment from Monday The Supreme Court of Spain has sentenced nine Catalan separatist leaders to nine to 13 years in prison for their role in an independence referendum in 2017. The 12 politicians and activists had all denied the indictment. Separatists in Catalonia planned a massive civil disobedience before the verdict. …

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Brexit: "Big gap" remains in UK-EU deal discussions

Image rights PA media Caption Agreements for the Northern Ireland border are a key criterion in negotiations between Britain and the EU The United Kingdom is ready to make concessions to its plans for the Northern Ireland border after Brexit, but "there remains a big gap" with regard to tariff agreements, EU ambassadors have been informed Under a Brexit agreement, …

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