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Death Toll Rises To 11 In Istanbul Building Collapse

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Istanbul: Death Toll Rises To 21 In Building Collapse

Turkey’s Interior Minister says the number of dead from the collapse of an eight-storey apartment building in Istanbul has increased to eleven.

Suleyman Soylu made the announcement late on Thursday after emergency teams, assisted by sniffer dogs, found one more body in the wreckage from Wednesday’s collapse in Istanbul’s mostly residential Kartal district.

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Friend and relatives continued to wait near the wreckage on Friday for news about their missing relatives.  So far, thirteen persons have been pulled out of the wreckage alive.

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Officials have not disclosed how many people are unaccounted for, and it is not clear if rescuers hope to find any more survivors.

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Attorney General Barr Preparing For Mueller Report

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Attorney General Prepares For Mueller Report

The U.S. Special Counsel’s investigation into the Trump administration could wrap up as soon as next week with the delivery of a confidential report to the Justice Department.

Reports say Attorney General William Barr is preparing to receive a report from special counsel Robert Mueller, who took over an FBI investigation of the Trump campaign in May 2017.

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Barr, who was confirmed by the senate last week, will determine soon after receiving Mueller’s report what information will be provided to Congress.

The exact end date for the Mueller probe has been a longstanding source of speculation in Washington, D.C. In December.

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American Television Network, NBC, had reported that Mueller planned to deliver his report by mid-February, but a delay in Barr’s confirmation may have contributed to a delay in submitting the report.

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Hundreds Of Women, Children Evacuated From Last IS Holdout In Syria

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Hundreds Of Women, Children Evacuated From Last IS Holdout In Syria

Hundreds of persons, including women and children, have been evacuated from the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant group’s last holdout in Syria, bringing U.S.-backed forces closer to retaking the last sliver of the so-called “caliphate.”

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An official from the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) said on Thursday the civilian evacuation is expected to be completed on the same day.

News correspondents say they saw at least 17 trucks on Wednesday carrying men, women and children out of the last patch of ISIL territory in the eastern Syrian village of Baghouz.

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SDF spokesman Adnan Afrin says most of the hundreds who had left were civilians, but also included ISIL fighters.

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Putin Warns US Against Deploying New Missiles In Europe

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Putin Warns US Against Deploying New Missiles In Europe

Russia’s President Vladimir Putin has warned the United States against deploying new missiles in Europe, threatening to retaliate in kind by targeting western capitals with Russia’s new weaponry.

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Delivering a State of the Nation Address, Putin said the US has abandoned a key arms control pact – the 1987 intermediate-range nuclear forces treaty – to free its hands to build new missiles and tried to shift the blame for the move on Russia.

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The INF deal was signed in 1987 by then US president Ronald Reagan and Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev and resolved a crisis over soviet nuclear-tipped ballistic missiles targeting western capitals.

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