Death toll from Guatemala’s ‘Volcano of Fire’ eruption rises to 69, expected to increase

Death toll from Guatemala’s ‘Volcano of Fire’ eruption rises to 69, expected to increase

Rescuers pulled survivors and bodies from the charred aftermath of the powerful eruption of Guatemala’s Volcano of Fire, as the death toll rose to 69 on Monday and was expected to go higher from a disaster that caught residents of...
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Philadelphia Eagles players planned to skip White House visit. Trump cancelled instead

Philadelphia Eagles players planned to skip White House visit. Trump cancelled instead

U.S. President Donald Trump cancelled a visit from the Philadelphia Eagles to the White House to celebrate their Super Bowl LII win after they offered to send “a small delegation.” But Trump isn’t satisfied with just a part of the...
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Pentagon May Cut Commando Forces in Africa in Major Military Review

Pentagon May Cut Commando Forces in Africa in Major Military Review

Soldiers are selectively recruited for those Security Force Assistance Brigades instead of taxing regular Army forces for the advisory missions. While the Army plans to field six of the advisory units, only one is fully staffed. It is currently deployed...
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Safe in Hungary, Viktor Orban Pushes His Message Across Europe

Safe in Hungary, Viktor Orban Pushes His Message Across Europe

Once a low-profile executive at Hungarian state television, Mr. Schatz emerged in 2015 as the co-owner of Ripost, a pro-Orban newspaper that depends heavily on the Orban government. From January to November of 2016, nearly 97 percent of its advertising...
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Turkey: Why did Erdogan call early elections?

Turkey: Why did Erdogan call early elections?

Turkish voters head to the polls on June 24 in early elections held against a backdrop of an ongoing state of emergency and a declining currency, as well as shifting international alliances and increasing involvement in Syria. Turkish President Recep...
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