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Baghdad piles pressure on Iraqi Kurds to reverse independence vote

Baghdad piles pressure on Iraqi Kurds to reverse independence vote

So far, Iraq's central government has mandated that all global flights to and from Erbil in the Kurdistan Region be suspended and has warned that land borders might also be closed. The move is due to tensions over an independence referendum held this week in Iraq's Kurdish region and disputed territories. The deputy chief of staff of the Iranian Armed Forces, Brig.


Local leader in India's Mumbai warns he won't allow bullet train project

Local leader in India's Mumbai warns he won't allow bullet train project

He asked hawkers not to do business near stations, while announcing a march on October 5 to protest the poor rail infrastructure in the city. He also said that all those who are visiting the site is only to show off and gather attention, nobody is actually going to take any action regarding this.


Air Guard Sending Cargo Aircraft, Airmen to Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico

Air Guard Sending Cargo Aircraft, Airmen to Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico

Warren's campaign said in a statement released Saturday: "Is that a joke?" Governor Roy Cooper has okayed sending 200 North Carolina Army National Guard engineers to help with recovery efforts. The South Carolina soldiers who'll be going are assigned to the 122nd Engineer Battalion headquartered in Edgefield and the 178th Engineer Battalion headquartered in Rock Hill.


Roy Moore: A Victory For The Hard Right

Roy Moore: A Victory For The Hard Right

I congratulate Roy Moore on the result this evening. Even though President Donald Trump endorsed his establishment opponent, Roy Moore's victory in the Alabama GOP primary for the U.S. In one now-deleted Tweet , the president said Mr Strange "will never let you down!" according to news website ProPublica , which documents Mr Trump's posts .


U.S. calls mysterious health ailments in Cuba 'attacks'

U.S. calls mysterious health ailments in Cuba 'attacks'

On September 29, the Department ordered the departure of non-emergency personnel assigned to the U.S. Embassy in Havana, as well as all family members. The latest attack was in late August, but officials said they can not rule out future attacks either. Exactly who is behind the mysterious attacks remains unclear, however the involvement of a third party has not been ruled out.