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Turkey irked by Washington Post article

Washington, Sep 19(UNI) Turkey's Ambassador to the United States Serdar Kilic on Friday disputed an article in Washington Post by columnist David Ignatius in which the author had called Turkey a supporter of terrorists.
In an article 'Why is the Trump administration enabling Erdogan’s Turkey?' Ignatius had questioned why the Trump led US Government administration, which on the one hand opposes Iran vehemently, is facilitating the rise of Turkey "another expansionist Islamic state seeking regional hegemony — namely, Turkey."
Writing in the same paper two weeks later Kilic maintained that the piece contained "groundless and irrational allegations and ignored Turkey’s "contributions to the fight against terrorism, to the NATO alliance and to regional security."
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Trump to accept election result: US national security advisor

Trump to accept election result: US national security advisor

22 Oct 2020 | 1:03 PM

Washington, Oct 22 (UNI) US National Security Advisor Robert O’Brien said he is confident that President Donald Trump will accept the results of the upcoming election.

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France reviews expulsion of foreigners posing national security threat

France reviews expulsion of foreigners posing national security threat

22 Oct 2020 | 12:55 PM

Paris, Oct 22 (UNI) French Foreign office says Paris is holding talks on the expulsion of foreigners included in threat to national security list with their countries of origin to make sure deportations are carried out effectively.

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Trump may fire FBI Director Wray after November polls: Reports

Trump may fire FBI Director Wray after November polls: Reports

22 Oct 2020 | 12:43 PM

Washington, Oct 22 (UNI) Discussions have taken place between US President Donald Trump and his advisers on the possibility of firing the director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Christopher Wray, in the aftermath of the upcoming presidential election, the Washington Post newspaper reports, citing sources familiar with the matter.

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Boeing unmanned combat aircraft passes ground-based tests in Australia

Boeing unmanned combat aircraft passes ground-based tests in Australia

22 Oct 2020 | 12:37 PM

Canberra, Oct 22 (UNI) An unmanned combat aircraft produced by Boeing Australia that has been delivered to the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) has passed a set of ground-based tests on Thursday, the aircraft manufacturer said in a press release.

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Archaeologists find over 800 ancient tombs in north China

22 Oct 2020 | 12:27 PM

Tianjin, Oct 22 (UNI) Archaeologists have found more than 800 tombs that span nearly a millennium in the history of the Chinese nation in north China's Tianjin Municipality, local authorities said Thursday.

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