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    These Are The People Who Lost Their Lives In Istanbul’s Airport Attack
    Jul01

    These Are The People Who Lost Their Lives In Istanbul’s Airport Attack

    Turkey observed a day of national mourning this week to grieve the deaths of 44 people in the triple-suicide bombing at the nation’s largest airport. Turkish officials blamed Tuesday’s attack at Istanbul Ataturk airport on the Islamic State militant group, and detained 22 suspects in police raids. No group has claimed...

    Canada to send 1,000 soldiers to boost Nato presence on Russia border
    Jul01

    Canada to send 1,000 soldiers to boost Nato presence on Russia border

    With US, UK and Germany, Canada will lead a high-readiness brigade of Nato’s enhanced presence in EuropeCanada will deploy 1,000 soldiers in Latvia to one of four battalions Nato is assembling in eastern Europe in response to Russia’s annexation of Crimea, Canadian media reported Thursday.Along with the US, Britain and Germany, Canada...

    Chechen Suspected in Istanbul Attack, but Questions Remain
    Jul01

    Chechen Suspected in Istanbul Attack, but Questions Remain

    Responsibility for Tuesday’s Istanbul airport attack is centering on one key suspect: Akhmad Chataev, a man with a long history of involvement in jihadist activities, beginning in Chechnya and ending in Syria. At least 44 people were killed and more than 230 others wounded Tuesday when three men attacked Ataturk airport, Turkey’s...

    Germany: America’s real special relationship
    Jul01

    Germany: America’s real special relationship

    When it became clear that Britain had voted to leave the European Union, President Barack Obama called David Cameron to offer his sympathy. Then he dialed Angela Merkel, the leader he actually leans on in times of crisis. It’s no secret why. For years now, Germany, not the U.K., has been Obama’s main line into European politics. And...

    Our Ridiculous Foreign Policy Debates
    Jul01

    Our Ridiculous Foreign Policy Debates

    Michael Cohen offers some advice to foreign policy policymakers and pundits: To put it bluntly, not everything fits neatly into our preconceived framing devices, and certainly not everything is about the United States. Other countries have agency, too, and can make decisions that affect their national destiny, independently of the United States....

    UN General Assembly elects Italy for 2017 in deal with Netherlands
    Jul01

    UN General Assembly elects Italy for 2017 in deal with Netherlands

    The United Nations General Assembly elected Italy to fill the final UN Security Council seat for 2017 on Wednesday after voting between Italy and The Netherlands was deadlocked and the pair agreed to split the two-year term on the council. Italy has pledged to step down after one year to allow The Netherlands to be elected to the council by the...

    Who and What will Do in Warsaw from Armenia?
    Jul01

    Who and What will Do in Warsaw from Armenia?

    NATO summit will be held in Warsaw in the period of July 8-9. Head of the North-Atlantic Treaty Organization called this period “rather decisive,” when NATO faces serious challenges in the field of security. Supposedly Warsaw summit will become decisive from the perspective of a range of changes. The Treaty should resolve on its restriction and...

    Cepelova stuns Muguruza
    Jul01

    Cepelova stuns Muguruza

    LONDON — Garbine Muguruza, the world No. 2 and French Open champion, was knocked out of Wimbledon Thursday as Japanese fifth seed Kei Nishikori struggled and Andy Murray stormed into the third round. 
A below-par Muguruza, who was runner-up to Serena Williams last year, lost 6-3, 6-2 to Slovak qualifier Jana Cepelova, the world No. 124, in just...

    Spanish Emigration Hits Highest Level Since at Least 2008
    Jul01

    Spanish Emigration Hits Highest Level Since at Least 2008

    The number of Spanish nationals moving abroad rose last year to its highest level since comparable figures were first compiled in 2008, the National Statistics Institute said Thursday. Many traveled to Britain, where they now face an uncertain future following last week’s decision by British voters to leave the European Union. Almost...

    Italy, Netherlands to share terms on UN Security Council 2017
    Jul01

    Italy, Netherlands to share terms on UN Security Council 2017

    Countries need more than two-thirds of the vote to win a seat at UN council. (File) The United Nations General Assembly elected Italy to fill the final UN Security Council seat for 2017 on Wednesday after voting between Italy and the Netherlands was deadlocked and the pair agreed to split the two-year term on the council. Italy has pledged to...