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Yıldırım said it was not clear yet whether the plane crashed on Turkish or Syrian soil. The crash comes as Turkey was forced to tighten its border this week with Syrian aggression escalating. Syrian rebels in Idlib province downed a regime war plane on Saturday following what appears to be heavy anti-aircraft fire. Turkey's state-run news agency Anadolu quoted a spokesman for the Islamist group Ahrar-al_sham, Ahmed Karaali, saying the regime plane was allegedly bombing Idlib province in ...
  • USA pounds al Qaeda in Yemen with more than 20 strikes

    USA pounds al Qaeda in Yemen with more than 20 strikes

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    When the raid was over, Chief Petty Officer William "Ryan" Owens had been killed, six other troops had been injured, a V-22 Osprey was destroyed and as many as 30 civilians, including nine children, had been killed. Owens's father has described the mission as "stupid", and declined to meet with Trump. The administration, however, citing the military, has heralded the raid.
  • McDonald's gets in the game with mobile order and pay

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    It believes that because of its "extraordinary footprint" around the globe the company is, "uniquely positioned to become the global leader in delivery". The mobile feature will be launched in 20,000 restaurants in some of McDonald's biggest markets by the end of this year. McDonald's , a member of the Dow Jones industrial average, said at its 2017 investor meeting that it is testing or exploring deliveries with third-parties such as UberEats and GrubHub (GRUB).
  • Survivor quits abuse reform body in Vatican

    Survivor quits abuse reform body in Vatican

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    In a March 1 statement coinciding with the announcement of Collins' resignation, Cardinal Sean P. O'Malley of Boston, who heads the commission, voiced "our most honest thanks for the extraordinary contributions she has made as a founding member of the commission".
  • Bengal child trafficking: BJP's Juhi Chowdhury arrested, others under scanner

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    The state Criminal Investigation Department (CID) arrested Juhi Chowdhury, general secretary of the BJP's women's wing in the state from the Indo-Nepal border late on Tuesday night. BJP state president Dilip Ghosh had denied the allegation saying Chowdhury was being victimised as part of a larger political conspiracy. Ghosh has said those in public life support many such social causes and it was not possible to independently undertake background checks of all such NGO's who seek support.
  • Mexico's Cemex willing to provide quotes for border wall cement

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    The agency said it will request bids on or around March 6 and that companies would have to submit "concept papers" to design and build prototypes by March 10, according to FedBizOpps.gov , a procurement website for federal contractors. Since the earliest stages of his presidential campaign in 2015, Trump has vowed to build a wall along the USA border with Mexico as a way to stop illegal immigration and drug trafficking.
  • Explosion, gunfire reported in Afghan capital Kabul

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    The official further added that preliminary reports suggest a suicide bomber detonated potent explosives near the Police District compound to open the way for the remaining militants to launch the gun attack. Meanwhile, the Taliban gained control Wednesday of local government headquarters in a district in northern Baghlan province, after nearly three days of intense battles with Afghan security forces, according to local officials.
  • Macedonian social democrat leader expects mandate to form government

    Macedonian social democrat leader expects mandate to form government

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    Ivanov insisted that the ethnic Albanian platform, which was the main precondition for ethnic Albanian parties to support any government coalition after the December 11 general election, breached the constitution and the 2001 Ohrid Peace Accord which granted greater rights to the country's ethnic Albanians.
  • Jacob Zuma debunks Xenophobic claims on South Africa

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    While asking its citizens to stop the attacks, the South African government has also blamed illegal immigrants from Nigeria and other countries, as well immigrants who commit crime for the attacks. "SERAP urges you to use the opportunity of your term as chair of SADC to put pressure on the South African government to resolve the persistent occurrence of xenophobia in the country and ensure there is no impunity for the perpetrators".
  • Al Qaida's No. 2 killed in U.S. drone strike in Syria

    Al Qaida's No. 2 killed in U.S. drone strike in Syria

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    Neither al-Qaeda nor the U.S. has officially confirmed that the 59-year-old Egyptian terrorist was killed by an American strike in Idlib province on Sunday. According to Hisham al-Hashimi, a Baghdad-based writer on Islamic groups, Masri's death will be a serious blow to al-Qaeda. "His death is no less significant than that of Bin Laden [who was killed by a United States raid in Pakistan in May 2011]", Hashimi told the Guardian .
  • 99-year-old woman 'arrested' to check off bucket list

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    For whatever reason, Annie just wanted to experience what it was like being in a police cell, according to the Nijmegan-Zuid Police Department's Facebook page . Her photos were shared on Facebook and they spread throughout the social media where people admired her last wish and adored her for being young at heart.