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Turkish troops attack Syrian border towns

ISTANBUL (Reuters) – The Turkish forces attacked areas around two Syrian border towns with renewed fire on Sunday and continued their offensive against the Kurdish militia in the face of fierce international opposition for a fifth day. Smoke rises near the border town of Tel Abyad, Syria, October 12, 2019. REUTERS / Khalil Ashawi Turkey faces possible sanctions from the …

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Not everything you have learned about Christopher Columbus is true

Columbus was the first explorer to discover America. Wrong: Scholars believe it was Viking Leif Erickson who first came to America from overseas. In fact, they believe that Columbus was not even the first European to discover what we know as America. Columbus arrived in three ships known as Nina, Pinta and Santa Maria. Correct: His crew has actually passed …

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Caravan with 2,000 migrants imprisoned in southern Mexico

TAPACHULA, Mexico (AP) – Mexican officials have disbanded a caravan of some 2,000 migrants who left from southern Mexico on Saturday in hopes of reaching the United States. Many of the migrants who left Tapachula, Chiapas early in the morning, had been imprisoned for weeks or months in this city north of Guatemala, waiting for permits or transit papers from …

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Giuliani says he knows of no reported federal investigations

President Trump Donald John Trump Prosecutor's Office appeals against Giuliani: Report of the Committee on Foreign Affairs of the House of Representatives and the Supreme Republican on the introduction of a law on sanctions against Turkey Giuliani Rudy GiulianiConsultants investigate against Giuliani: According to Dems report an ambassador despises while the GOP defends Trump. Arrested Giuliani employee participated in Trump's …

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As a sign of support, Trump meets Giuliani at lunch

WASHINGTON – President Trump had lunch with Rudolph W. Giuliani on Saturday. The prosecution investigates Mr Giuliani for possible lobbying violations and speculates that his position as personal advocate for the president is in danger. At Mr. Trump's golf course in Sterling, Virginia, among other things, the President's support for Mr. Giuliani was shown on Saturday. They seemed to be …

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Seven dead, 15 pounds lost to Tokyo as a heavy typhoon

TOKYO – Seven people were killed and 15 were missing after the strongest typhoon that hit Japan in decades had paralyzed Tokyo, flooded rivers, and left almost half a million houses without electricity. The authorities lifted the rain and flood warnings for the Kanto region around a tranquil Tokyo before daybreak, as the typhoon plowed over Japan's northeast coast. Warnings …

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Protests in Ecuador: President imposes curfew on increasing violence

Media playback is not supported on your device. Media Title Clashes, chaos, fire and smoke devour Quito to stem violent protests. "We will restore order throughout Ecuador," vowed Lenín Moreno in a televised speech. Parts of Quito are after more than a week of clashes between protesters and riot police. Mr Moreno said that the demonstrators, led by indigenous groups, …

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Trump's envoy, who says that "no return" comes from Trump

Sondland wants to tell legislators that they have no idea if the president has told him the truth right now. "It is only true that the President has said it, not that it is the truth," said the person who is familiar with Sondland's planned testimony and spoke on sensitive diplomatic matters on condition of anonymity. The exchange between Sondland …

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At least four killed after a fierce typhoon hit northern Japan and paralyzed Tokyo

The strongest typhoon that hit Tokyo in decades and plowed into northern Japan early Sunday after heavy rain and wind paralyzed the capital resulted in at least four deaths, millions under evacuation warnings, rivers flooded, and normally uprated roads , The authorities lifted the rain and flood warnings for the Kanto region around a tranquil Tokyo before sunrise, but imposed …

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