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Israeli PM again Questioned in Corruption Probe

Israeli PM again Questioned in Corruption Probe

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was questioned once again in a corruption probe, police announced on Friday. The premier was questioned at his official residence in the context of investigations by the national economic crimes unit, a police statement in Hebrew said. It gave no furth

UN Wants Selfies to Make World Leaders Face Cost of War

UN Wants Selfies to Make World Leaders Face Cost of War

Thousands of selfies are to be displayed on a 3D installation at the United Nations in New York to highlight the plight of millions caught in conflict worldwide and demand protection for those trying to help them, the world body said on Friday. The UN is asking people around the world to add thei

Passport of Bin Laden Bodyguard Deported by Germany Confiscated

Tunisia has confiscated the passport of a man who once served as Osama bin Laden's bodyguard to prevent him returning to Germany, spokesman of Tunisia's anti-terrorist judiciary body Sofian Sliti, said on Friday. Germany deported Sami Aidoudi last month but a German court on Wednesday demanded hi

Erdogan Accuses US of ‘Stabbing Turkey in the Back’

Erdogan Accuses US of ‘Stabbing Turkey in the Back’

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who blames the crash of the lira on the United States, accused on Monday Washington of “stabbing Ankara in the back.” He said: “You act on one side as a strategic partner, but on the other, you fire bullets into the foot of your strategic partner.

Turkish FM: Washington Cannot Achieve Any Results by Threatening us

Turkish FM: Washington Cannot Achieve Any Results by Threatening us

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu accused on Monday the United States of acting against their alliance regarding fundamental security issues. Addressing ambassadors in Ankara, he added that Washington should learn that it will not achieve any results by threatening Turkey. The US will

Afghan Forces Battle Taliban for Ghazni for 4th Day

Afghan Forces Battle Taliban for Ghazni for 4th Day

Afghan forces battled the Taliban in a key provincial capital for the fourth straight day on Monday, following a massive assault on Ghazni last week that overwhelmed its defenses and allowed insurgents to capture several parts of it, officials said. The assault on the capital of Ghazni province w

Czech Republic Negotiated Release of 2 German Workers in Syria

Czech Republic Negotiated Release of 2 German Workers in Syria

The Czech Republic has negotiated the release of two workers for a German humanitarian group in Syria, the Czech and German foreign ministries said on Thursday. The Czech Republic is the only country in Europe that maintains diplomatic relations in Syria, torn by seven years of war.

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