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Mosul victims treated for chemical agents as displacement accelerates

Mosul victims treated for chemical agents as displacement accelerates
Written by Louis Downey on 2017-03-03


BAGHDAD/ERBIL, Iraq The number of civilians escaping the fighting in Mosul has increased significantly as battles intensify between U.S.-backed Iraqi forces and Islamic State militants, and some have been exposed to chemical agents, the Red Cross said on Friday. Iraqi armed forces meanwhile said they had captured another district as they push towards the densely packed old city center where the...(Read More)

North Korea warns of

North Korea warns of 'merciless' strikes as U.S. carrier joins South Korea drills
Written by Louis Downey on 2017-03-14


SEOUL North Korea warned the United States on Tuesday of "merciless" attacks if an aircraft carrier strike group led by the USS Carl Vinson, which is joining South Korean forces for exercises, infringes on its sovereignty or dignity.North Korea, which has alarmed its neighbors with two nuclear tests and a string of missile launches since last year, said the arrival of the U.S. strike group was part...(Read More)

North Korea fires four ballistic missiles into sea near Japan

North Korea fires four ballistic missiles into sea near Japan
Written by Louis Downey on 2017-03-05


SEOUL/TOKYO North Korea fired four ballistic missiles into the sea off Japan's northwest coast early on Monday, South Korean and Japanese officials said, days after the reclusive state promised retaliation over U.S.-South Korea military drills it sees as a preparation for war.South Korea's military said the missiles were unlikely to have been intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBM) which could...(Read More)

South Korean court throws President Park out of office over scandal

South Korean court throws President Park out of office over scandal
Written by Louis Downey on 2017-03-09


SEOUL South Korea's Constitutional Court removed President Park Geun-hye from office on Friday over a graft scandal involving South Korea's conglomerates at a time of rising tensions with North Korea and China.Park becomes South Korea's first democratically elected leader to be forced from office, capping months of paralysis and turmoil as hundreds of thousands crammed the streets to protest a corruption...(Read More)

Netherlands bars Turkish ministers as rally dispute escalates

Netherlands bars Turkish ministers as rally dispute escalates
Written by Louis Downey on 2017-03-11


ANKARA/ROTTERDAM The Netherlands barred Turkish ministers from speaking in Rotterdam on Saturday in a row over Ankara's political campaigning among Turkish emigres, leading President Tayyip Erdogan to brand its fellow NATO member a "Nazi remnant".The dispute escalated into a major diplomatic incident in the evening, as Turkey's family minister was prevented by police from entering the Turkish consulate...(Read More)

Dutch PM Rutte on course for big victory over far-right Wilders

Dutch PM Rutte on course for big victory over far-right Wilders
Written by Louis Downey on 2017-03-16


AMSTERDAM The Netherlands' center-right Prime Minister Mark Rutte was on course for a resounding victory over anti-Islam and anti-EU Geert Wilders in an election on Wednesday, offering huge relief to other EU governments facing a wave of nationalism."It appears that the VVD will be the biggest party in the Netherlands for the third time in a row," a beaming Rutte told cheering supporters at a post-election...(Read More)

Facing test of resolve, Trump pushes ahead with North Korea review

Facing test of resolve, Trump pushes ahead with North Korea review
Written by Louis Downey on 2017-03-07


WASHINGTON Faced with a growing test of resolve for a new U.S. president who vowed while campaigning to get tough on North Korea, Donald Trump's aides are pressing to complete a strategy review on how to counter Pyongyang's missile and nuclear threats.Pyongyang's latest missile launches and the assassination in Malaysia of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's estranged half-brother have added urgency,...(Read More)

Need to avoid civilian deaths weighs on minds of U.S. forces in Mosul battle

Need to avoid civilian deaths weighs on minds of U.S. forces in Mosul battle
Written by Louis Downey on 2017-03-18


QAYYARA WEST AIRFIELD, Iraq As the battle for Mosul moves to the narrow streets and densely packed houses of the Old City, U.S. artillery gunners and helicopter pilots supporting Iraqi forces face an age-old problem – how to avoid killing civilians.They place their faith in precision missiles which can hit their target with great accuracy. But human instinct also comes into play against an Islamic...(Read More)

New travel ban brings little relief, Chicago activists say

New travel ban brings little relief, Chicago activists say
Written by Brad Walters on 2017-03-06


While President Donald Trump's revised executive order banning travel from six majority-Muslim countries and barring refugees from entering the U.S. is a small improvement over his earlier order, it remains an unacceptable ban on Muslims, Chicago immigration activists said Monday.About a month after federal judges blocked Trump's temporary ban on citizens of seven Middle Eastern and African countries,...(Read More)


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