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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump said on Friday he did not know what was happening with the Justice Department probe into the origins of its 2016 investigation into Russian interference in the U.S. presidential election.
Growing up in a world that worships technology and knowledge, we have now entered a phase when we no longer are able to trust what information we receive is fake news or not. Worse, we don’t know whether the provider of the information is trustworthy or not.
REVIEW: The rebound on the domestic market struggled to pick up steam after hopes that the rally in the previous week would be sustained on the improving geopolitical situation.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The United States will strengthen its military presence in Syria to prevent Islamic State fighters from accessing oil fields and revenue, U.S. Secretary of Defense Mark Esper said on Friday, the latest twist in President Donald Trump's policy on Syria.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The U.S.-led NATO alliance has resolved to maintain military support for its ally Turkey despite anger over its operation in Syria and its ensuing border deal with Russia, five senior diplomats said.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - When Terry Brien, 64, reads about American troops pulling out of northern Syria, the Republican data manager from Colorado seethes at “one of the biggest mistakes that we’ve made in a very long time” in the Middle East.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Convicted Russian agent Maria Butina is set to be released from a Florida prison on Friday after serving most of her 18-month sentence for conspiring to influence U.S. conservative activists and infiltrate the National Rifle Association, and is expected to be quickly deported to her native country.
BEIJING/SINGAPORE (Reuters) - China's Communist Party leaders will on Monday start their most important meeting this year, with President Xi Jinping expected to champion the Chinese model of governance while fighting protracted economic and political crises at home and abroad.
BEIJING (Reuters) - The United States would do better to look at its own domestic problems like gun violence rather than turning its ire on China, the Foreign Ministry said on Friday, lambasting U.S. Vice President Mike Pence for a critical speech on China.
MOSCOW/ANKARA (Reuters) - Russia sent about 300 more military police and more than 20 armoured vehicles to Syria on Friday under an accord between Ankara and Moscow that has halted Turkey's military incursion into northeast Syria.