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Erdogan's Istanbul Canal was criticized: ten admirals were detained in Turkey

Erdogan's Istanbul Canal was criticized: ten admirals were detained in Turkey

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Erdogan's Istanbul Canal was criticized: ten admirals were detained in Turkey
In Turkey, ten retired admirals were detained after they criticized the Istanbul canal, the construction of which is promoted by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan

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The USA asked Russia to explain the movement of troops near Ukraine's borders

The USA asked Russia to explain the movement of troops near Ukraine's borders

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The USA asked Russia to explain the movement of troops near Ukraine's borders
Washington has asked Moscow to explain the “provocations” at the Ukrainian border, State Department spokesman Ned Price said at a briefing

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In Israel, the trial of Prime Minister Netanyahu resumed

In Israel, the trial of Prime Minister Netanyahu resumed

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In Israel, the trial of Prime Minister Netanyahu resumed
The trial of Binyamin Netanyahu began a year ago, the first hearing was held on May 24, 2020. He is the first leader in the country's history to be both in power and on trial

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Indonesia suffers massive flooding: half a hundred people dead, many missing

Indonesia suffers massive flooding: half a hundred people dead, many missing

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Indonesia suffers massive flooding: half a hundred people dead, many missing
In Indonesia and East Timor floods and landslides. As a result, at least 41 people died. Another 27 were reported missing and nine were injured

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Former Crown Prince of Jordan placed under house arrest

Former Crown Prince of Jordan placed under house arrest

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Former Crown Prince of Jordan placed under house arrest
The half-brother of the King of Jordan, former Crown Prince Hamzah bin Al-Hussein, was placed under house arrest

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Hackers "leaked" the data of half a billion Facebook users

Hackers "leaked" the data of half a billion Facebook users

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Hackers "leaked" the data of half a billion Facebook users
An unknown hacker has published the personal data of more than half a billion Facebook users from 106 countries in the public domain

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The British ridiculed the US readiness to support Ukraine

The British ridiculed the US readiness to support Ukraine

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The British ridiculed the US readiness to support Ukraine
The British tabloid Daily Mail published an article about the" unwavering " support for Ukraine from Washington, the article caused an active response from readers in the comments