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Syria-Turkey normalisation not possible until Ankara pulls forces

Ankara, Oct 2 (UNI) Turkey has to withdraw its military forces from the Syrian Arab Republic or else it will decimate any efforts towards any kind of relations, Syrian Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs Bassam Sabbagh told Sputnik.
"Turkey has to withdraw its military forces. Any other aspects, yes, of course, we will be open to discuss with them, but not to do so and to insist on staying - that's illegal occupation and then this will block all the efforts toward any kind of contacts and relations with Turkey," Sabbagh said.
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Sudan welcomes UNSC decision to terminate assistance mission

03 Dec 2023 | 12:20 AM

Khartoum, Dec 2 (UNI) Sudan on Saturday welcomed decision by the UN Security Council (UNSC) to terminate the mandate of the UN Integrated Transition Assistance Mission in Sudan (UNITAMS).

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4 IS militants killed in N Iraq

03 Dec 2023 | 12:14 AM

Baghdad, Dec 2 (UNI) The Iraqi military said that it killed four Islamic State (IS) militants on Saturday in the country's northern province of Nineveh.

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6 9-magnitude quake rocks southern Philippines, tsunami warning issued

03 Dec 2023 | 12:12 AM

Manila, Dec 2 (UNI) An offshore earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.9 rocked Surigao del Sur province in the southern Philippines late Saturday night, the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology said.

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Hamas releases all women, children held hostage in Gaza Strip

03 Dec 2023 | 12:08 AM

Cairo, Dec 2 (UNI) Hamas has released all women and children held hostage in the Gaza Strip, Saleh al-Arouri, the deputy head of the movement's political bureau, said on Saturday.

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US not preparing any nuclear tests in Nevada

US not preparing any nuclear tests in Nevada

02 Dec 2023 | 11:54 PM

Washington, Dec 2 (UNI) The United States is not preparing any nuclear tests at the Nevada National Security Site despite Russia's claims to the contrary, US National Nuclear Security Administration chief Jill Hruby said, adding that Washington had "nothing to hide" with regard to its experiments at the location.

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