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Israel has sporadically carried out air strikes on sites in Syria in recent years. It made no mention of the research center, describing the strikes instead as an attempt to hamper Syria's fight against the Islamic State and warning of "serious repercussions of such acts of aggression on the security and stability of the region".
  • Vols Don't Quit, Rally Past Georgia Tech In 2 OTs

    Vols Don't Quit, Rally Past Georgia Tech In 2 OTs

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    While Marshall came up just shy, he had the country in awe as he carried the ball 44 times for 249 yards and five touchdowns, while he threw for 120 yards. Granted, two Georgia Tech turnovers did set up a pair of Tennessee touchdowns, but the Volunteers scored on a 50-yard touchdown pass and drove 93 yards for the tying touchdown in the fourth quarter.
  • Chris Froome says he is 'really happy' with Vuelta a Espana lead

    Chris Froome says he is 'really happy' with Vuelta a Espana lead

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    Froome was again well protected by his Sky teammates to finish fifth on the stage, six seconds ahead of Vincenzo Nibali , to open up a 1min 01sec lead over the Italian in the general classification. The 34-year-old Dutch individual time trial champion won both ITT stages en route to her 34th career victory on a day that fellow countrywoman Janneke Ensing (Alé Cipollini) took the final stage win.
  • 'Perfect success' in testing hydrogen bomb

    'Perfect success' in testing hydrogen bomb

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    The fuse for Sunday's detonation was lit with the test in July of two intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBM) that appeared to bring much of the United States within range. -South Korea military exercises, when it fired a potentially nuclear-capable mid-range missile over northern Japan. Pyongyang could launch another ICBM in the next few months, Cha said.
  • Japan military seeks record budget after NK missile

    Japan military seeks record budget after NK missile

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    China, though, is most likely intrigued by the idea that North Korea has a strategy to force the United States away from the Korean Peninsula . " Talking is not the answer! ". South Korea has refuted a news report that there was a second natural disaster near North Korea's nuclear test site. It is clear, however, that each new missile and nuclear test gives the North invaluable information that allows big jumps in capability.
  • Rohingya refugees have fled Burma violence

    Rohingya refugees have fled Burma violence

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    In Jakarta , Indonesia, protesters burned photos of Suu Kyi and lobbed a gasoline bomb at the Myanmar Embassy. At Widodo's behest, Indonesia's foreign minister, Retno Marsudi, met with Aung San Suu Kyi in Yangon on Monday to discuss the delivery of humanitarian aid to the Myanmar's Rohingya population, who activists say have received no assistance from the Suu Kyi's administration.
  • It can't go on like this… | Kenyatta blasts Judges

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    In his reaction to the ruling, Mr. Kenyatta said he respects the ruling as much as he disagrees with it. After the Supreme Court declared that a new poll must be held, many in Kenya wondered if Uhuru Kenyatta could win again or if Raila Odinga could rally enough support to knock off the incumbent.
  • North Korea threats will be met by 'massive military response', United States warns

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    But speaking to reporters outside the White House, Defence Secretary Mattis said the United States had the ability to defend itself and its allies South Korea and Japan, adding that its commitments were "ironclad". The latest test appeared to mark a significant step forward in North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's quest for a nuclear missile capable of striking anywhere in the United States.
  • Mattis: NKorea threat would bring massive military response

    Mattis: NKorea threat would bring massive military response

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    Defense Secretary Jim Mattis spoke out on Sunday after North Korea carried out an unexpectedly strong nuclear test, said to exceed in power the 1945 atomic bombing of Hiroshima. Then North Korean state media confirmed this was no quake. The UN Security Council plans to hold an emergency meeting on Monday to discuss the worldwide response to the test.