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“Most peaceful countries, 2018. 1. Iceland 2. New Zealand 3. Austria 4. Portugal 5. Denmark 6. Canada 7. Czech Republic 8. Singapore 9. Japan 10. Ireland 121. United States 154. Russia 167. Libya 160. Iraq 162. Afghanistan 163. Syria (last) (Global Peace Index)” [ ]
The reason Turkey's economic collapse is so scary is because Iran, Russia, and Syria are waiting in the wings
The reason Turkey's economic collapse is so scary is because Iran, Russia, and Syria are waiting in the wings
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The reason Turkey's economic collapse is so scary is because Iran, Russia, and Syria are waiting in the wings (click to see stats)

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GoogleLots of things are going wrong in Turkey, all at once, driven by the collapse of its currency, the lira.The West needs Turkey to be strong: Turkey is [ ]
Russia exerts growing clout in Middle East as it begins patrols in Golan Heights
Russia exerts growing clout in Middle East as it begins patrols in Golan Heights
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Russia exerts growing clout in Middle East as it begins patrols in Golan Heights (click to see stats)

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Russian military police have begun patrolling the demilitarised zone between Israel and Syria in the Golan Heights, highlighting Moscow's increasing clout as a Middle Eastern power broker following its intervention in the civil... [ ]
30,000 ISIL fighters are still in Iraq and Syria — much higher than previous estimates, new reports say
30,000 ISIL fighters are still in Iraq and Syria — much higher than previous estimates, new reports say
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30,000 ISIL fighters are still in Iraq and Syria — much higher than previous estimates, new reports say (click to see stats)

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The U.S. military has not released any figures since last year, but comments by military officials had indicated there were little more than 10,000 fighters left [ ]