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Europe
22.09.2017
New York (dpa) - US President Donald Trump offered strong praise for Turkish President Recep Tayipp Erdogan in a meeting between the leaders Thursday, despite complicated relations between the two nations."He‘s running a very difficult part of the world. He‘s involved very, very strongly and, frankly, he‘s getting very high marks," Trump said ahead of talks on the sidelines of
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Europe
21.09.2017
New York (dpa) - Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Thursday he was pleased to hear US President Donald Trump state the importance of international sovereignty in foreign affairs.It is important to "lead by example rather than to dictate
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Europe
21.09.2017
Los Angeles (dpa) - German carmaker Diamler has announced plans to invest 1 billion dollars in an existing manufacturing plant in Alabama, where the assembly of electric sport utility vehicles is planned to begin after 2020.The luxury carmaker also
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Europe
21.09.2017
Berlin (dpa) - Germany‘s Social Democratic Party (SPD), the main challenger to Chancellor Angela Merkel‘s Christian Democrats (CDU), slipped further in the polls on Thursday, just three days ahead of national elections.The latest survey,
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Europe
21.09.2017
London (dpa) - British police have released without charge a suspect in last week‘s terrorist attack on the London underground railway, after arresting a sixth person in the case earlier on Thursday.A 21-year-old man who had been detained in
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Europe
21.09.2017
Vienna (dpa) - Austria‘s Interior Ministry laid out rules against all forms of face coverings in public on Thursday, as it prepares to enforce a new law that critics say is aimed at policing Muslim women.Anyone who covers his or her face in
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Europe
21.09.2017
New York (dpa) - Cyprus peace talks failed because of Turkey‘s refusal to relinquish control, Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades told the UN General Assembly on Thursday. Talks brokered by UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres came to an end
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Europe
21.09.2017
Rome (dpa) - More than 100 people are presumed missing at sea after the sinking of a dinghy off the coast of Libya, according to the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR).Carlotta Sami, UNHCR spokeswoman in Rome, reported the incident on Twitter on Thursday but
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