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USA says it shot down Iranian-made drone in Syria

USA says it shot down Iranian-made drone in Syria

Iranian drones have been flying fairly regularly over southern Syria and Syrian aircraft have begun to venture there as well. The attack marks the third time this month that coalition warplanes have shot down a pro-Syrian government aircraft.



Iranian Official On Syrian Attack: Israel Should 'Worry'

Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) has warned "terrorists" that any future attacks against Iran could result in more retaliatory actions. " The Saudis and Americans are especially receivers of this message ". The missiles were launched from Kermanshah in western Iran near the border with Iraq .



Cristiano Ronaldo nets as Portugal reach Confederations Cup semi-finals

Needing a victory to advance from their hard group, Russian Federation took the lead with a goal by Alexander Samedov in the first half, but the experienced Mexicans equalised through Nestor Araujo before half-time and secured the victory early in the second with a goal by Hirving Lozano after a blunder by Russian Federation goalkeeper Igor Akinfeev.



Schwarzenegger talks climate change with French president

Schwarzenegger responded by taking a shot at Trump's approval ratings. Schwarzenegger is a noted proponent of implementing policies to combat climate change and pollution. The surprise selfie video follows Trump's announcement on June 1 that he intends to withdraw the USA from the Paris Climate Accord , a non-binding deal that set emissions-reduction targets for 145 countries in order to combat climate change.



Queen's Speech: Brexit bills dominate government agenda

May is under increasing pressure to do a deal with the DUP (Democratic Unionist Party) to support her government after almost two weeks of talks. The speech announced no fewer than eight Bills to implement Brexit - including a Bill that sets out how the government will transpose huge swathes of European Union law into British law, and separate Bills on related topics such as immigration, Customs and fisheries.



Mystery Looms as US, Japanese Officials Investigate USS Fitzgerald Crash

Retired test electrician Dan Dowling watched news coverage of the collision of a Philippine container ship with the USS Fitzgerald on Saturday with particular interest. meaning the container ship waited 55 minutes before contacting the coast guard, according to the Japan Coast Guard. Reports indicate when the ships collided , it impacted sleeping berths at a time when most aboard the ship were asleep.