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Joe Biden's Turkey visit: Fethullah Gülen, Syria and the other issues on the table

Aug 23, 2016

Joe Biden's Turkey visit: Fethullah Gülen, Syria and the other issues on the table

US Vice President Joe Biden visits Turkey Wednesday for a brief trip set to last several hours, in between a trip to Latvia and Sweden. #US #Syria #NewsTracker #Russia #Nato #Vladimir Putin #Turkey #Joe Biden #Syrian civil war #islamic-state
Turkey-Syria border witnesses heavy shelling and rocket attacks

Aug 23, 2016

Turkey-Syria border witnesses heavy shelling and rocket attacks

The Turkish-Syrian frontier witnessed Tuesday a second consecutive day of cross-border fire in two separate locations, involving numerous factions, including Islamic State, just ahead of a planned visit by US Vice President Joe Biden. #US #Syria #NewsTracker #Nato #Turkey #Joe Biden #Recep Tayyip Erdogan #Syrian civil war #islamic-state #Fethullah Gulen
Russia at the core of 'puppet' Donald Trump's campaign, alleges Hillary Clinton

Aug 22, 2016

Russia at the core of 'puppet' Donald Trump's campaign, alleges Hillary Clinton

Russia is at the "core" of Donald Trump's campaign and the Republican nominee himself could be a "puppet" for the Kremlin, the rival Clinton Campaign alleged on Monday. #Donald Trump #Russia #Nato #Hillary Clinton #Kremlin #democrat #Republican
US Vice President Joe Biden visits Serbia and Kosovo

Aug 16, 2016

US Vice President Joe Biden visits Serbia and Kosovo

US Vice President Joe Biden kicks off a short visit to Serbia and its former province of Kosovo on Tuesday. #US #NewsTracker #Nato #EU #Joe Biden #Kosovo #Balkan wars
Donald Trump vows to defeat 'radical Islamic terrorism', work closely with Nato

Aug 16, 2016

Donald Trump vows to defeat 'radical Islamic terrorism', work closely with Nato

Donald Trump on Monday laid out a US blueprint for defeating global terrorism in partnership with Nato and Middle East allies, demanding extreme restrictions on immigration and likening the fight to the Cold War. #Donald Trump #Terrorism #Syria #NewsTracker #Russia #Nato #Iraq #US policy #islamic-state
Ukraine crisis: Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov urges calm after flare-up over Crimea

Aug 15, 2016

Ukraine crisis: Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov urges calm after flare-up over Crimea

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Monday appealed for calm after a flare-up with Ukraine over the annexed Crimea peninsula but warned Moscow was ready to stamp out any attempts to destabilise the region. #US #Syria #Russia #Europe #Nato #TheySaidIt #Sergei Lavrov #Moscow #Ukraine #Crimea
Clashes between Afghan troops and Taliban edges closer to Helmand capital

Aug 11, 2016

Clashes between Afghan troops and Taliban edges closer to Helmand capital

On Thursday fighting raged in Helmand after Afghanistan rushed military reinforcements to beat back Taliban insurgents advancing on the besieged capital of the southern poppy-growing province, as officials downplayed fears that the city could fall. #United States #Barack Obama #Taliban #NewsTracker #Nato #Helmand #afghan #Lashkar
Deep Russia-US mistrust due to a renewed armaments race is a cause of global worry

Aug 07, 2016

Deep Russia-US mistrust due to a renewed armaments race is a cause of global worry

An unintentional or unprofessional action by a single pilot in this staring-down contest could significantly escalate tensions between Russia and US. #US #Russia #ConnectTheDots #Nato #Black Sea #Black Sea region #US-Russia relations #US Russia tensions
Donald Trump favours strong relations between US and Russia

Aug 02, 2016

Donald Trump favours strong relations between US and Russia

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has favoured strong relations between the US and Russia in wiping out the Islamic State terror group. #Obama #China #Donald Trump #US #oil #NewsTracker #Russia #Nato #Vladmir Putin #Republican #islamic-state
Turkey coup attempt: Authorities admit some crackdown dismissals may be 'unfair'

Aug 01, 2016

Turkey coup attempt: Authorities admit some crackdown dismissals may be 'unfair'

Turkey admitted today there may have been some "unfair" treatment in its post-coup crackdown as it voiced anger with Germany for barring President Recep Tayyip Erdogan from addressing a rally in Cologne. #US #NewsTracker #Nato #Recep Tayyip Erdogan #Gülen #Turkey coup attempt