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Erdogan says won't hold talks with US delegation on Ankara visit
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says he would not meet with US Vice President Mike Pence and State Secretary Mike Pompeo during their visit to Ankara to discuss a ground offensive by his country’s military forces and allied militants against Kurdish forces in the northern part of Syria.
Turkey’s war on Syria ‘not our problem,’ Trump says, claiming Kurds were ‘paid a lot of money’
Turkey’s offensive against Kurds in northern Syria is “not our problem,” says US President Donald Trump as pressure mounts on his administration over abandoning of the formerly US-backed forces in the region.
Sudan peace process stalls as rebel group halts talks over attack
Sudan peace talks have stalled before they began in Juba on Wednesday as a key rebel grouping said it refused to negotiate with Khartoum, claiming government forces were still bombarding its territory.
Govt. forces enter Raqqah in northern Syria, establish observation posts
Units of Syrian government forces have entered the strategic northern city of Raqqah and begun setting up some observation posts there, amid a ground offensive by the Turkish military and allied militants against Kurdish forces in the war-ravaged Arab country.
Huawei says nine-month revenue up despite US pressure
Chinese tech giant Huawei says that its revenue for the first nine months of the year grew by almost a quarter despite a US campaign to isolate the company globally.
US Secretary of State's ex-aide to testify in Trump impeachment inquiry
US Democratic lawmakers pursuing an impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump are due to hear testimony on Wednesday from a former senior diplomat who resigned his post last week as a top adviser to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.
Harry Dunn's family in tense meeting at the White House
The tragic case of Harry Dunn, who was killed by the wife of a UK-based American spy, continues to haunt British diplomacy.
No sign of Brexit breakthrough as final hour approaches
With only a couple of days to go before a Brexit deal on Britain’s scheduled date of departure (October 31) from the European Union (EU) becomes impossible, there is much confusion about the outcome.
Nicola Sturgeon reaffirms 'legal' route to independence
The leader of the Scottish National Party (SNP), Nicola Sturgeon, wrapped up her party’s annual conference in Aberdeen by underlining her determination to hold an independence referendum next year.
Protests held in Spain’s Catalonia over conviction of separatist leaders
Pro-independence protesters have staged rallies in Spain’s Catalonia region, blocking a railway and several motorways.
US wants China to press North Korea to be more constructive in talks: Pentagon
The United States wants China to put pressure on North Korea to be more constructive in talks with Washington, a Pentagon official says.
India says 3 militants killed in Kashmir shootout
India says three militants have been killed in a gun battle with Indian security forces in the disputed Himalayan region of Kashmir.
US conducted cyber strike against Iran after Yemen raid on Saudi oil sites: Report
The United States has reportedly carried out a secret cyber attack against Iran in the week following Yemen’s strikes on key Saudi oil facilities, which Washington blames on Tehran.
India's Supreme Court ends hearings on disputed religious site
India's Supreme Court on Wednesday ordered an end to hearings in a long-running dispute between Hindus and Muslims over a place of worship, laying the ground for a verdict that could lead to further divisions.

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