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Trump told soldier’s widow ‘he knew what he signed up for’, says lawmaker

WASHINGTON, Oct 18 — US President Donald Trump told the widow of a soldier killed during an ambush in Niger “he knew what he was signing up for,” according to a lawmaker who accused him...

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UN Tribunal schedules verdict in Mladic war crimes trial for Nov. 22

AMSTERDAM, Oct 18 — The UN Yugoslav tribunal said today said it had scheduled its verdict in the war crimes trial of former Bosnian Serb General Ratko Mladic for Nov. 22. Mladic, 74, is...

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Khamenei says Iran will ‘shred’ nuclear deal if US quits it

ANKARA, Oct 18 —Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said today Tehran would stick to its 2015 nuclear accord with world powers as long as the other signatories respected it, but...

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Weakened Merkel scrambles to form government

BERLIN, Oct 18 — German Chancellor Angela Merkel, weakened by poor election results, started talks today to forge an unlikely governing coalition from a motley crew of parties that span the...

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Iraqi army retakes almost all disputed areas from Kurds

BAGHDAD, Oct 18 — Iraqi government forces said Wednesday they had achieved their objectives in a lightning operation that saw them sweep through disputed Kurdish-held territory in a punishing...

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582,000 Rohingya to Bangladesh from Myanmar since August 25, says UN (VIDEO)

Japan PM Abe sends offering to war shrine

New Jakarta governor faces backlash for racially tinged speech

Report: Labour leader and other UK lawmakers could lose seats in cost cutting plan

Austria’s Kurz says will not tolerate anti-Semitism

Iraq forces take Yazidi town of Sinjar from Kurds

Philippine troops hunt Malaysian IS leader-to-be in rebel city

US official says not ruling out eventual direct talks with N. Korea

Singapore school fees for foreigners, PRs to increase from 2018

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