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Sarah Sanders: U.S. Would Consider Relieving Turkey Sanctions if Pastor Brunson Released

The Trump administration would consider relenting on U.S.-imposed sanctions on Turkey related to the detention of Pastor Andrew Brunson if he is released, White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders told reporters Wednesday.

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Sarah Sanders: U.S. Would Consider Relieving Turkey Sanctions if Pastor Brunson Released

The global implications of the Turkish lira crisis

As the tenth anniversary of the onset of the 2008 global financial crisis approaches, the ongoing turmoil engulfing the Turkish lira sounds the warning bell that all the conditions that produced the crash remain.

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The global implications of the Turkish lira crisis

Right-wing senator calls for a “White Australia” immigration policy

The maiden Senate speech of Fraser Anning, representing the right-wing populist Katter’s Australian Party, has highlighted the racist and deeply anti-democratic implications of the attacks on immigrants and refugees, and the continuous stoking of nationalism by the entire political establishment.

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Right-wing senator calls for a “White Australia” immigration policy

Iran Oil Minister To Press OPEC On Production Quotas

Iran’s Oil Minister Bijan Zanganeh will attend the September meeting of the Joint Ministerial Monitoring Committee of OPEC and Russia and will probably press his OPEC partners to preserve original member production quotas, S&P Global Platts reports, quoting an Iranian oil ministry official.

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AEOI Spokesman: EU delays might push Iran to modify nuclear deal undertakings

Spokesman of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Behrouz Kamalvandi announced that the country could modify its undertakings under the 2015 nuclear deal if the Europeans continue to delay providing objective guarantees for Iran’s continued merits under the agreement after the US withdrawal, Fars News Agency reported.

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Steve Bannon attempts his political comeback – POLITICO

A new pro-Trump operation will frame the midterms as an up-or-down vote on the president’s impeachment.

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Steve Bannon attempts his political comeback – POLITICO

Turkish lira trades below 6.0 against dollar

The Turkish lira eased to slightly below 6.0 against the dollar on Thursday after the United States ruled out removing steel tariffs on Turkey even if Ankara frees a U.S. pastor and after Qatar pledged $15 billion in investment to Turkey.

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Turkish lira trades below 6.0 against dollar

Is Turkey’s currency crisis about to go global?

Turkey’s currency crisis could be about to go global, leading to a rout in emerging markets that would have a devasting effect on the world economy.

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Is Turkey’s currency crisis about to go global?

Trump loosens limits on when US can deploy cyber weapons

President Donald Trump took steps on Wednesday to loosen limits on when the US government can deploy cyberweapons against adversaries, reversing Obama-era guidelines, the Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday.

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White House condemns Turkey’s new tariffs on US imports

The White House has condemned the doubling of tariffs by Turkey on US cars, alcohol and tobacco imports, calling the move “a step in the wrong direction,” Reuters reports.

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White House condemns Turkey’s new tariffs on US imports

Egypt intelligence chief secretly visited Israel for talks on Gaza truce: report

The head of Egyptian intelligence is said to have made a secret visit to Tel Aviv on Wednesday to iron out details of a long-term truce between Israel and Hamas currently under negotiation, according to a report by the London-based Arabic-language Al-Hayat newspaper on Thursday.

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Second night of rescue efforts after deadly Italy bridge collapse

Rescue workers toiled through a second night Thursday in a desperate bid to find survivors in the rubble of a Genoa bridge which caved in during a heavy rainstorm, killing at least 39 people and injuring 16 more.

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US: Pompeo meets UN envoy for Syria

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo met Wednesday with UN Special Envoy for Syria Staffan de Mistura in Washington.

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US: Pompeo meets UN envoy for Syria

Judge Says Kim Jong-nam’s Murder Could Be Political, No Evidence to Prove It

Kim Jong-Nam, the half-brother of the Korean leader Kim-Jong-un, was allegedly killed in Malaysia in February 2017 with a nerve agent by two women. They have later pleaded not guilty, stressing they thought it was a part of a reality TV show.

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Judge Says Kim Jong-nam’s Murder Could Be Political, No Evidence to Prove It

More than 70 fall ill in suspected mass overdose near Yale University as drug deaths hit record high in US

ore than 70 people have fallen ill in a suspected mass overdose near Yale University, an incident that underscored America’s drug problem which has caused a record number of fatalities.

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EU Suspects UK Intel of Bugging Brexit Talks – Reports

EU negotiators fear British secret service may have bugged talks on the United Kingdom’s pullout from the union as prospects of a no-deal appear to grow, UK media said.

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EU Suspects UK Intel of Bugging Brexit Talks – Reports