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Turkey has intelligence communication with Syria: AnkaraMiddle East

Turkey has intelligence communication with Syria: Ankara

Turkish Presidency Spokesperson says there are intelligence channels between Ankara and Damascus that are used periodically. There are periodic direct
Oil price can rise to $135 a barrel in 2H 2022 — IHS MarkitEconomy

Oil price can rise to $135 a barrel in 2H 2022 — IHS Markit

High prices are caused by the lack of oil supply, the agency noted Brent oil prices may rise to $135
South Korean Official Urges China, Russia to Prevent North Korean Nuke TestPolitics

South Korean Official Urges China, Russia to Prevent North Korean Nuke Test

A top South Korean official said Monday that North Korea is increasingly targeting the South with its nuclear arms program,
NATO to boost rapid reaction force, Ukraine military supportPolitics

NATO to boost rapid reaction force, Ukraine military support

NATO will increase the strength of its rapid reaction force nearly eightfold to 300,000 troops as part of its response
North Korea Says US Is Setting Up Asian NATO; Vows Stronger DefensePolitics

North Korea Says US Is Setting Up Asian NATO; Vows Stronger Defense

North Korea has accused the United States of setting up a military alliance like NATO in Asia, saying the unwavering
Wall St Week Ahead Bruised U.S. stock investors brace for more pain in second half of 2022Economy

Wall St Week Ahead Bruised U.S. stock investors brace for more pain in second half of 2022

By David Randall With U.S stocks on track to mark their worst first half of the year in more than 50
West unwilling to answer questions about its mercenaries in Ukraine – Russian diplomatPolitics

West unwilling to answer questions about its mercenaries in Ukraine – Russian diplomat

According to Maria Zakharova, the West is doing its utmost to continue the conflict in Ukraine as long as possible
Thousands protest in Madrid against NATO summitPolitics

Thousands protest in Madrid against NATO summit

Thousands are protesting against the NATO summit that is set to decide Finland and Sweden’s memberships. Thousands of people protested