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Philippine military says foreign fighters killed

To deal with the terrorist problem and crisis in Marawi City, President Duterte has declared martial law in the entire Mindanao. Thousands of civilians have streamed out of Marawi and more than 2,000 were still trapped inside the city.


US will leave Paris climate deal

US will leave Paris climate deal

German Chancellor Angela Merkel seemed bothered by what she deemed "a very hard, not to say very unsatisfactory" talk with Trump on climate change . "He came here to get smart". On top of the environmental problems such a decision could cause, there's the chance it could hurt some of the United States' relationships with allies.


DHS Secretary: A Backchannel Between Trump And Russia 'Not A Bad Thing'

DHS Secretary: A Backchannel Between Trump And Russia 'Not A Bad Thing'

The Financial Times says that Jared Kushner, his son-in-law and close adviser, is now under close Federal Bureau of Investigation scrutiny for his connections to Russian Federation. Also present at the meeting was former national security adviser Mike Flynn, who was sacked earlier this year for lying to administration officials about discussing sanctions with Russian Federation.


Egyptian Foreign Minister says Libyan militant camps pose threat to Egypt's security

Egyptian Foreign Minister says Libyan militant camps pose threat to Egypt's security

Lavrov met with his Egyptian counterpart, Sameh Choukri and will, with his Defense colleague meet President Abdel Fattah Al-Sissi. "The recent attack on the Coptic Christians once again highlights the need for vigilance". He urged the Western countries to bear responsibility for the chaos that is the result of their "irresponsible policies". The Secretary-General later told RT's Maria Finoshina that he "very much" approves of Egypt's airstrikes against terrorists in Libya.



Former Panama dictator Manuel Noriega dies at 83

He said the ex-strongman's family "deserved to bury him in peace". "His death was announced by Secretary of State for Communication Manuel Dominguez". But his increasingly brutal rule and his close ties with the drug trade led the United States to seek his ouster. The de facto dictator would leave those official (and empty) titles to the series of puppet civilian presidents whose electoral victories he'd help engineer behind the scenes, a convenient fiction he would maintain until the ...