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Some 2600 British Ex-Soldiers Jailed Last Year for Violent, Sexual Crimes

Some 2600 British Ex-Soldiers Jailed Last Year for Violent, Sexual Crimes

Nearly 2,600 British war veterans deployed to Iraq and Afghanistan during the US-led invasion of the two countries have been imprisoned over the past year over committing violent crimes as well as sexual offences.More...

White House Apologizes to British Government over Spying Claims

White House Apologizes to British Government over Spying Claims

The White House has apologized to the British government after alleging that a UK intelligence agency spied on President Donald Trump at the behest of former President Barack Obama.More...

Turkey Threatens to Cancel Refugee Deal in Row with EU

Turkey Threatens to Cancel Refugee Deal in Row with EU

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has threatened to end a contentious agreement with the EU, aimed at halting the refugee influx into the continent as tensions between the two sides continue to escalate.More...

Putin Says Merkel to Visit Russia on May 2

Putin Says Merkel to Visit Russia on May 2

Chancellor Angela Merkel is set to visit Russia on May 2, President Vladimir Putin said Thursday, a first visit by the German leader to the country in nearly two years.More...

Dutch PM Says Erdogan’s Srebrenica Charge "Disgusting Distortion of History"

Dutch PM Says Erdogan’s Srebrenica Charge "Disgusting Distortion of History"

Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte has condemned remarks by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, who held Dutch UN peacekeepers responsible for the massacre by Serb forces of some 8,000 Muslim men and boys in Srebrenica, eastern Bosnia, in 1995, describing them as a “disgusting distortion of history.”More...

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