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American troops leaving Syria cannot stay in Iraq: Baghdad
US troops leaving Syria and heading to neighboring Iraq do not have permission to stay in the country, Iraq's military said Tuesday as American forces continued to pull out of northern Syria after Turkey's invasion of the border region.
EU fires budget warning shots to Italy and France
The European Commission on Tuesday demanded urgent clarifications from Italy and France on their budget plans for next year, worried they veer widely from spending cut commitments made to Brussels.
Iran manufacturing cutting-edge naval products: Defense Minister
Iranian Defense Minister Brigadier General Amir Hatami said homegrown naval products have been manufactured by the Defense Ministry's Marine Industries Organization using cutting-edge technologies.
Canada's liberal PM Trudeau hangs onto power in crucial vote
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau hung onto power after an election on Monday that saw his government reduced to a minority, but aides predicted he would be able to govern for two years without many problems.
Scientists pioneer new way of finding cancer-causing germs
Scientists at the University of East Anglia are pioneering a new way of finding the bacteria and viruses associated with cancer.
Chest X-rays miss nearly quarter of lung cancers, review finds
Lung Cancer is being missed at an early opportunity in almost a quarter of cases due to the use of out-dated X-rays, researchers have found.
Taiwanese companies look to step up India play
Taiwan-based companies are keen to invest in India in electric vehicles, smart cities, and technology sectors to tap the potential created by the government’s push towards these sectors.
Uganda sees investors lined up for five oil blocks by end-2020
Uganda sees investors lined up for five oil blocks by the end of next year and expects to start producing crude as early as 2023.
Boeing dragging down US economy
US Federal Reserve Chairman Jay Powell said the cross-currents dragging on the US economy include trade and weak foreign demand.
China’s central bank boosts liquidity ahead of tax payment surge
China’s central bank used open-market operations to inject the largest amount of cash into the banking system since May, as upcoming corporate tax payments tighten liquidity conditions.
Replacing coal with gas or renewables saves billions of gallons of water
The ongoing transition from coal to natural gas and renewables in the US electricity sector is dramatically reducing the industry's water use, a new Duke University study finds.
Trees from ancient forests discovered in deep ocean
The remains of ancient forests have been discovered deep beneath the sea, thousands of miles from land, with scientists finding 19 million-year-old wood chips in sediment layers at the bottom of the Bay of Bengal, the northeastern part of the Indian Ocean.
Electric cars to get green number plates under government plan
Green colored number plates will be issued for electric cars under government plans to encourage drivers to buy zero-emission vehicles.
Lebanon government approves 2020 budget as protests go on
Lebanese Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri says the cabinet has approved a raft of economic reforms, including halving ministers' wages, and agreed on the 2020 budget in a bid to tackle fiscal crisis in the cash-strapped country and put an end to the nationwide demonstrations that have entered the fifth day.

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