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Truss least popular UK PM in history – poll

Britain’s new leader even managed to ‘surpass’ her predecessor’s worst records, a poll has found UK Prime Minister Liz Truss’ approval rating sank to a new low of -47 in an Observer poll published on Sunday. Her popularity is lower than Boris Johnson’s was at the nadir of his political …

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Turkish intelligence kills a senior PKK official in northern Iraq

Turkish intelligence targeted the PKK member who was in charge of the group’s so-called “health committee” since last year. Turkish intelligence has “neutralised” a senior PKK in northern Iraq, security sources said. Okkes Develi was targeted in an operation by Türkiye’s National Intelligence Organisation in the Gara region, said the …

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Israeli forces violently attack Palestinian women on Prophet’s birthday anniversary

In yet another act of aggression against Palestinians, the Israeli regime’s forces have violently attacked Palestinian citizens, including women, commemorating the birthday anniversary of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) near the al-Aqsa Mosque compound in the occupied Old City of al-Quds. The violence broke out late on Saturday after the Israeli soldiers …

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Iraq’s CTS arrested a prominent terrorist in an ambush in Nineveh

The Iraqi Counter-Terrorism Service arrested a prominent ISIS leader in Nineveh Governorate on Tuesday. “Based on Intelligence information, the Counter-Terrorism Service apprehended the terrorist Ayman Latif Al-Marawi, nicknamed Abu Jandal.” The Spokesperson of the Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces, Yahya Rasool, revealed. Abu Jandal held a military position …

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Russia’s constitutional court approves Ukraine accession treaties as lawful

Russia’s Constitutional Court has approved the accession treaties signed by President Vladimir Putin allowing four former Ukrainian regions to become part of the Russian Federation after referendums. The court on Sunday ruled to “recognize…as corresponding to the constitution of the Russian Federation” the accords that would admit formerly breakaway People’s …

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