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US says airstrike killed members of Afghan security forces - Roanoke Times


US says airstrike killed members of Afghan security forces
Roanoke Times
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) The United States said Friday that an airstrike in Afghanistan's southern Helmand province killed an unspecified number of Afghan security forces. The provincial governor confirmed the deaths, saying at least two commanders ...

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DFA vows progress in counterterrorism after US report - Philippine Star


Philippine Star

DFA vows progress in counterterrorism after US report
Philippine Star
FILE - In this Friday, June 9, 2017 file photo, debris and smoke rises after a Philippine Air Force fighter jets bombed suspected locations of Muslim militants, in Marawi city, southern Philippines. The Islamic State group's mashup of local insurgency ...

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Philippines acquires 2 spy planes from US - Philippine Star


Philippine Star

Philippines acquires 2 spy planes from US
Philippine Star
US Ambassador Sung Kim said that two Cessna 208 planes will be turned over to the Philippine government in a couple of weeks. Kim stressed that the US is deeply concerned about the security situation in Marawi City, where government forces have been ...

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White House: Trump still has confidence in Attorney General Jeff Sessions - USA TODAY


USA TODAY

White House: Trump still has confidence in Attorney General Jeff Sessions
USA TODAY
Trump himself, meanwhile, declined to respond to reporters' questions about Sessions after an event in which a group of CEOs announced plans to expand pharmaceutical glass manufacturing plants in the United States. Sessions said in March he would ...
Trump team seeks to control, block Mueller's Russia investigationWashington Post
One in eight people who voted for Trump having second thoughts - Reuters/Ipsos pollReuters

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News Headlines - Press TV


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News Headlines
Press TV
The leader of Yemen's Ansarullah Movement says the United States is seeking to rob regional nations of their independence and expand its hegemony. Addressing the Yemeni nation, Abdul-Malik Badreddin al-Houthi slammed what he called Washington's ...

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Headlines in History - 1980s - Coffs Coast Advocate


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Headlines in History - 1980s
Coffs Coast Advocate
As well, 50 were sent to 20 different countries, including the United Kingdom, Asia and the United States of America. Shire clerk Mr Rod Firman said he believed not many other shires could boast a similar record. A WOMAN passenger in a blue Ford that ...


Philippine leader says he won't visit US, adds 'it's lousy' - Olean Times Herald


Philippine Star

Philippine leader says he won't visit US, adds 'it's lousy'
Olean Times Herald
MANILA, Philippines (AP) Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte says he will never visit the United States while he is in office, and adds that he has "seen America and it's lousy." Duterte delivered his latest verbal attack on the United States after ...
Duterte flies to besieged Marawi City, warns of other attacksPhilippine Star

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Why the US Ad Industry Will Never Regulate Gender Stereotypes - Adweek


Adweek

Why the US Ad Industry Will Never Regulate Gender Stereotypes
Adweek
Earlier this week, the British regulatory body Advertising Standards Authority made headlines around the world by announcing its plans to take a tougher line on ads that mock people for not conforming to gender stereotypes in order to better serve ...

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Senator Who Made Headlines for Breast-Feeding Resigns. Also: Malcolm Turnbull's Theatrical Security Announcement. - New York Times


New York Times

Senator Who Made Headlines for Breast-Feeding Resigns. Also: Malcolm Turnbull's Theatrical Security Announcement.
New York Times
The day after Mr. Turnbull announced the new measures to keep Australians safe, the federal government unveiled its new super ministry, modeled on Britain's Home Office but quite different from the United States' Department of Homeland Security.


Here's why stocks keep rallying despite the Trump-Russia headlines, DC paralysis - CNBC


CNBC

Here's why stocks keep rallying despite the Trump-Russia headlines, DC paralysis
CNBC
Investment research firm Ned Davis Research found that when the Philadelphia Federal Reserve's Partisan Conflict Index a measure of political disagreement in the United States rises above 100, the S&P 500 has risen at a 11.7 percent annual rate.