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"Exclusive: U.S. prepares high-seas crackdown on North Korea sanctions evaders – sources"

Die US-Regierung plant, nordkoreanische Schiffe, die im Verdacht stehen, UN-Sanktionen zu unterlaufen, mit Hilfe von Verbündeten in Asien verstärkt auf hoher See zu stoppen und zu durchsuchen. "Washington has been talking to regional partners, including Japan, South Korea, Australia and Singapore, about coordinating a stepped-up crackdown that would go further than ever before in an attempt to squeeze Pyongyang’s use of seagoing trade to feed its nuclear missile program, several officials told Reuters. While suspect ships have been intercepted before, the emerging strategy would expand the scope of such operations but stop short of imposing a naval blockade on North Korea. Pyongyang has warned it would consider a blockade an act of war."

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"More bombs hit Syria's Ghouta, death toll highest since 2013"

Seit Sonntag seien im von Rebellengruppen gehaltenen Ost-Ghouta bei Damaskus über 250 Menschen durch Artilleriebeschuss und Luftangriffe der syrischen Regierungstruppen getötet worden, berichten Ellen Francis und Angus McDowall. "The wave of air strikes, rocket fire and shelling has sparked international condemnation. France, a permanent member of the U.N. Security Council, described the bombardment as a serious violation of international humanitarian law. (...) Panos Moumtzis, the United Nations’ humanitarian coordinator for Syria, on Tuesday condemned the bombing of five hospitals in eastern Ghouta and said intentional attacks on medical facilities 'may amount to war crimes'. (...) Rescuers said the air raids created 'a state of terror' among residents in eastern Ghouta, where the U.N. says nearly 400,000 people live. The pocket of satellite towns and farms has been under government siege since 2013. Factions in Ghouta fired mortars at Damascus on Tuesday, killing six people and injuring 28, Syrian state TV said. The army retaliated and pounded militant targets, according to the state news agency SANA."

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"Exclusive: For now, U.S. wants Europeans just to commit to improve Iran deal"

US-Präsident Trump hat die Europäer am 12. Januar ultimativ aufgefordert, sich bis zum 12. Mai entschieden für eine "Verbesserung" des Atomvertrags mit dem Iran einzusetzen, um einen faktischen amerikanischen Ausstieg zu verhindern. Eine vertrauliche Nachricht des US-Außenministeriums hat diese Forderung Reuters zufolge nun etwas abgeschwächt, um ein Entgegenkommen der Europäer zu ermöglichen. "The cable’s characterization of what the United States wants from the Europeans, which has not been previously reported, sets a lower standard than laid out by Trump in January and so might facilitate a meeting of the minds, five current European and four former U.S. officials said. (...) European officials said in interviews they did not know if the view laid out in the State Department diplomatic cable - sent to U.S. diplomats in London, Paris, Berlin and Brussels to deliver to their counterparts - will prevail in Washington. (...) That confusion is caused, in part, by disagreements among different parts of the U.S. administration and the fundamental unpredictability of what Trump — who has at times rejected the advice of his senior national security officials — may ultimately decide."

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"'Bad guy' Russia emerges as central player in Western diplomacy"

Die in vielen anderen Bereichen nicht immer geeint auftretenden transatlantischen Partner hätten auf der Münchner Sicherheitskonferenz am vergangenen Wochenende ihren gemeinsamen Ärger über das internationale Auftreten Russlands geäußert, berichten Robin Emmott und Andrea Shalal. "But despite the transatlantic show of anger at Russia during the Munich Security Conference, Western officials and diplomats also acknowledged an uncomfortable truth: that Russia is critical to resolving many of the world’s worst conflicts. From eastern Ukraine to North Korea, Russia’s status as a nuclear power, its military intervention in Syria and its veto on the United Nations Security Council mean any diplomacy must ultimately involve Moscow, officials said. 'We can’t find a political solution without Russia,' Norwegian Defence Minister Frank Bakke Jensen told Reuters. 'We need to reach a point where we can work to find a political solution, and they must be central to that.'"

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"Turkey denies use of chemicals in Syria's Afrin, says accusations baseless"

Hat das türkische Militär bei seinem Einsatz in Syrien Chemiewaffen eingesetzt? Reuters berichtet, dass dieser Vorwurf kurdischer Milizen und des Syrian Observatory for Human Rights durch Ankara zurückgewiesen worden sei. "'These are baseless accusations. Turkey never used chemical weapons. We take utmost care about civilians in Operation Olive Branch,' the source said. (...) The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights told Reuters that Turkish forces and their Syrian insurgent allies hit the village on Friday with shells. The Britain-based war monitoring group said medical sources in Afrin reported that six people in the attack suffered breathing difficulties and dilated pupils, indicating a suspected gas attack. Syrian state news agency SANA, citing a doctor in a Afrin hospital, said Turkish shelling of the village caused choking in six people."

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"Erdogan says U.S. funding of Syrian YPG militia to impact Turkey's decisions"

Der türkische Präsident Erdogan hat in einer Rede erneut bekräftigt, die von Kurden kontrollierte nordsyrische Stadt Manbij trotz der Präsenz von US-Truppen angreifen zu wollen. Mögliche Opfer unter den US-Soldaten will er dabei offenbar in Kauf nehmen. "Washington says it has no plans to withdraw its soldiers from Manbij and two U.S. commanders visited the town last week to reinforce that message. 'It is very clear that those who say 'we will respond aggressively if you hit us' have never experienced an Ottoman slap,' Erdogan said in parliament. That was an apparent reference to comments made by U.S. Lieutenant General Paul Funk during a visit to Manbij."

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"Assad quietly aids Syrian Kurds against Turkey"

Die Kurdenmiliz YPG werde bei ihrem Kampf gegen die türkischen Truppen vor Afrin indirekt von der syrischen Regierung unterstützt, berichtet Reuters. Assad werde zwar keine eigenen Truppen an die Grenze schicken, habe aber die Verstärkung der Kurden über das von Regierungstruppen kontrollierte Gebiet erlaubt. "Assad stands to gain while doing little. The arrival of reinforcements is likely to sustain Kurdish resistance, bog down the Turkish forces and prolong a conflict that is sapping the resources of military powers that rival him for control of Syrian territory. For the United States, it is yet another complication in Syria’s seven-year-old war, and a reminder of how its Syrian Kurdish ally must at times make deals with Assad even as it builds military ties with the United States."

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"Massacre in Myanmar"

In diesem Spezialreport berichtet Reuters detailliert über ein Massaker an zehn Angehörigen der Rohingya in Myanmar, an dem sich neben Regierungstruppen auch buddhistische Dorfbewohner beteiligt hätten. "On Sept. 2, Buddhist villagers and Myanmar troops killed 10 Rohingya men in Myanmar's restive Rakhine state. Reuters uncovered the massacre and has pieced together how it unfolded. During the reporting of this article, two Reuters journalists were arrested by Myanmar police. (...) Until now, accounts of the violence against the Rohingya in Rakhine state have been provided only by its victims. The Reuters reconstruction draws for the first time on interviews with Buddhist villagers who confessed to torching Rohingya homes, burying bodies and killing Muslims. This account also marks the first time soldiers and paramilitary police have been implicated by testimony from security personnel themselves. Members of the paramilitary police gave Reuters insider descriptions of the operation to drive out the Rohingya from Inn Din, confirming that the military played the lead role in the campaign."

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"Geschenke für Olympioniken - Nordkoreaner gehen leer aus"

Hyunjoo Jin und Christine Kim berichtet mit Blick über die bestehenden Sanktionsregelungen gegenüber Nordkorea über Komplikationen beim Ausrichten der Olympischen Spiele unter Beteiligung nordkoreanischer Sportler und Sportlerinnen. "Der kommunistische Norden, der wegen seiner Atom- und Raketentests isoliert ist und den USA mit Zerstörung droht, darf zwar Athleten in den Süden entsenden. Manche Experten hoffen sogar auf eine Entspannung des Konflikts. Doch die harten Sanktionen gegen den Norden bereiten den Organisatoren Kopfschmerzen, weil sie viele praktische Probleme aufwerfen. So kommen alle Sportler in den Genuss von Vergünstigungen - werden etwa von Nike mit dem neuesten Outfit eingekleidet und bekommen ein rund 750 Euro teures Samsung-Smartphone geschenkt. Wirklich alle der knapp 3000 Athleten? Nicht ganz: Denn US-Firmen wie Nike dürfen keinen Handel mit Nordkorea betreiben und Luxusgüter wie kostspielige Smartphones sind auch tabu. Davon betroffen sind auch die 22 Sportler aus Nordkorea."

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"Spurned by Trump, Europeans ponder how to meet Iran ultimatum"

US-Präsident Trump hat die Europäer mit seinem Ultimatum vom 12. Januar gezwungen, über eine härtere Gangart gegenüber dem Iran nachzudenken. Reuters berichtet, dass Großbritannien, Frankreich und Deutschland nun beraten, wie das internationale Atomabkommen durch Zugeständnisse an Trump gerettet werden könnte. "Initial contacts between the three European powers in Washington, European capitals and at the EU’s headquarters in Brussels suggest that Paris, London and Berlin will present a package of measures to the United States to allay Trump’s concerns about Iran but that do not reopen the nuclear accord. The strategy could include threatening Iran with targeted economic sanctions if it does not agree to curtail its ballistic weapons arsenal, which the West believes contains longer-range missiles potentially capable of carrying nuclear warheads."

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"U.S. blames North Korea for 'WannaCry' cyber attack"

Die US-Regierung hat Nordkorea offen vorgeworfen, für die globale "WannaCry"-Cyberattacke Anfang des Jahres verantwortlich gewesen zu sein. "The U.S. government has assessed with a 'very high level of confidence' that a hacking entity known as Lazarus Group, which works on behalf of the North Korean government, carried out the WannaCry attack, said the official, who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss details of the government’s investigation. Lazarus Group is widely believed by security researchers and U.S. officials to have been responsible for the 2014 hack of Sony Pictures Entertainment that destroyed files, leaked corporate communications online and led to the departure of several top studio executives."

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"Iraq declares final victory over Islamic State"

Der irakische Premierminister Haider al-Abadi hat nach dreijährigen Kämpfen offiziell den Sieg über den Islamischen Staat verkündet. "Iraqi forces recaptured the last areas still under Islamic State control along the border with Syria, the military said. 'Honorable Iraqis: your land has been completely liberated. The dream of liberation is now a reality,' Abadi said in a televised address. (...) The government said the declaration meant Iraqi forces had secured the western desert and the entire Iraq-Syria border, and marked the end of the war against Islamic State. Abadi declared Dec. 10 a national holiday to be celebrated every year. State television aired celebratory songs praising government forces and militias, and showed scenes of celebration on the streets of Baghdad and other provinces."

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"Supreme Court lets Trump's latest travel ban go into full effect"

Das von US-Präsident Trump angestrebte Einreiseverbot für Bürger ausgewählter, überwiegend muslimischer Staaten ist vom Obersten Gerichtshof bestätigt worden. Damit werden die einstweiligen Verfügungen niederer Instanzen aufgehoben, die das Dekret zuvor nur eingeschränkt zugelassen hatten. "The nine-member court, with two liberal justices dissenting, granted his administration’s request to lift two injunctions imposed by lower courts that had partially blocked the ban, which is the third version of a contentious policy that Trump first sought to implement a week after taking office in January. The high court’s action means that the ban will now go fully into effect for people from Chad, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Syria and Yemen seeking to enter the United States. The Republican president has said the travel ban is needed to protect the United States from terrorism by Islamic militants."

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"The thinking behind Kim Jong Un's 'madness'"

Hyonhee Shin und James Pearson zufolge deutet einiges darauf hin, dass Nordkoreas Machthaber Kim Jong Un seit seinem Amtsantritt vor sechs Jahren eine langfristige Strategie verfolgt, um den eigenen Machterhalt zu sichern. "In 2013, Kim outlined a new policy: The 'byungjin line,' or parallel development, to combine the nuclear buildup and economic growth. A nuclear deterrent is essential to that, says Thae Yong-ho, North Korea’s former deputy ambassador to London, who staged a high-profile defection to South Korea in 2016. The threat of absolute destruction makes a nuclear bomb a 'poor man’s weapon' with which to tighten control of the country and ensure long-term rule, Thae said. 'Once he has assumed control of usable nuclear weapons, he has more room to allocate resources more flexibly, and allocate the military forces for civilian construction,' said Thae."

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"'Treacherous shenanigans' - The inside story of Mugabe's downfall"

MacDonald Dzirutwe, Joe Brock und Ed Cropley haben neue Informationen über interessante Einzelheiten des Sturzes von Präsident Mugabe in Simbabwe zusammengetragen. "Reuters has pieced together the events leading up to Mugabe’s removal, showing that the army’s action was the culmination of months of planning that stretched from Harare to Johannesburg to Beijing."

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"South Korea, Japan welcome U.S. relisting North Korea as sponsor of terrorism"

Die US-Regierung hat Nordkorea erneut auf die Liste der Staaten gesetzt, die als Unterstützer des Terrorismus eingestuft werden. Unter Präsident George W. Bush war das Land 2008 von der Liste gestrichen worden, um die Atomverhandlungen neu anzustoßen. "Experts say the designation will be largely symbolic as North Korea is already heavily sanctioned by the United States. On Monday, South Korean President Moon Jae-in’s special security adviser, Moon Chung-in, told reporters any such designation would be 'more symbolic than substance'. The United States has designated only three other countries - Iran, Sudan and Syria - as state sponsors of terrorism."

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"Zimbabwe's Mugabe resigns, ending four decades of rule"

Nach längerem Zögern hat sich Simbabwes langjähriger Präsident Robert Mugabe Reuters zufolge nun doch zum Rücktritt entschlossen. "The 93-year old clung on for a week after an army takeover and expulsion from his own ruling ZANU-PF party, which also told him to leave power. Wild celebrations broke out at a joint sitting of parliament when Speaker Jacob Mudenda announced Mugabe’s resignation and suspended the impeachment procedure."

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"South Korean says U.S. must not strike North Korea without Seoul's consent"

Choo Mi-ae, Vorsitzende der südkoreanischen Regierungspartei, hat bei einem Auftritt in Washington bekräftigt, dass die USA einen Militärschlag gegen Nordkorea unter keinen Umständen ohne südkoreanische Zustimmung durchführen sollten. "'President Trump often emphasizes that he put all options on the table,' Choo told a Washington think-tank. 'We want to make sure that this option of another war is not placed on the table. Under no circumstances should the U.S. go ahead and use a military option without the consent of South Korea.' 'We must seek a peaceful resolution of the matter in any manner that is available to us.' The remarks by Choo, who is expected to meet Trump administration officials in Washington, underscored South Korean concerns that any U.S. strikes against North Korea’s nuclear and missile programs could provoke devastating North Korean retaliation against South Korea."

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"Fears for Lebanese economy if Saudis impose Qatar-style blockade"

In Beirut gibt es Reuters zufolge die ernste Sorge, dass Saudi-Arabien gegenüber dem Libanon eine ähnliche Blockadepolitik wie gegenüber Katar verfolgen könnte. "Unlike Qatar, the world’s biggest supplier of liquefied natural gas with a population of just 300,000, Lebanon has neither the natural nor financial resources to ride it out, and people there are worried. Up to 400,000 Lebanese work in the Gulf region, and remittances flowing back into the country, estimated at between $7-8 billion a year, are a vital source of cash to keep the economy afloat and the heavily-indebted government functioning. 'These are serious threats to the Lebanese economy which is already dire. If they cut the transfer of remittances, that will be a disaster,' a senior Lebanese official told Reuters."

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"Exclusive: How Saudi Arabia turned on Lebanon's Hariri"

Reuters präsentiert neue Hinweise, die vermuten lassen, dass der Rücktritt des libanesischen Premierministers Hariri während seines Besuchs in Saudi-Arabien nicht ganz freiwillig erfolgt ist. "Sources close to Hariri say Saudi Arabia has concluded that the prime minister - a long-time Saudi ally and son of late prime minister Rafik al-Hariri, who was assassinated in 2005 - had to go because he was unwilling to confront Hezbollah. Multiple Lebanese sources say Riyadh hopes to replace Saad Hariri with his older brother Bahaa as Lebanon’s top Sunni politician. (...) Saudi Arabia has dismissed suggestions it forced Hariri to resign and says he is a free man. Saudi officials could not immediately be reached for comment on the circumstances of his arrival, whether his phone had been taken, or whether the Kingdom was planning to replace him with his brother. Hariri has given no public remarks since he resigned and no indication of when he might return to Lebanon."

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"U.N. warns if no Yemen aid access, world will see largest famine in decades"

Die am Montag verschärfte saudi-arabische Blockade Jemens könnte die schwerste Hungerkatastrophe seit Jahrzehnten auslösen, so die deutliche Warnung des UN-Nothilfekoordinators Mark Lowcock. "The Saudi-led military coalition fighting the Houthi movement in neighboring Yemen said on Monday it had closed all air, land and sea ports to the Arabian Peninsula country to stem the flow of arms to the Houthis from Iran. The move, which follows the interception of a missile fired toward the Saudi capital Riyadh on Saturday, is likely to worsen a humanitarian crisis in Yemen that according to the United Nations has pushed some seven million people to the brink of famine and left nearly 900,000 infected with cholera. (...) Lowcock called for an immediate resumption of U.N. and other aid flights to Sanaa and Aden, assurances from the coalition that there would be no further disruptions to those flights, and immediate resumption of humanitarian and commercial port access."

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"U.S. pursues direct diplomacy with North Korea despite Trump rejection"

Trotz ablehnender Äußerungen von US-Präsident Trump führt das US-Außenministerium Reuters zufolge weiterhin geheime Verhandlungen mit Vertretern Nordkoreas. "Using the so-called 'New York channel,' Joseph Yun, U.S. negotiator with North Korea, has been in contact with diplomats at Pyongyang’s United Nations mission, the official said, at a time when an exchange of bellicose insults between Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has fueled fears of military conflict. (...) Word of quiet engagement with Pyongyang comes despite Trump’s comments, North Korea’s weapons advances and suggestions by some U.S. and South Korean officials that Yun’s interactions with North Koreans had been reined in. 'It has not been limited at all, both (in) frequency and substance,' said the senior State Department official."

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"U.S. widens surveillance to include 'homegrown violent extremists' – documents"

Reuters hat Einsicht in Regierungsdokumente erhalten, denen zufolge US-Behörden nun auch US-Bürger physisch und digital überwachen können, die von ihnen als "gewalttätige Extremisten" eingestuft werden. "The new manual, released in August 2016, now permits the collection of information about Americans for counterintelligence purposes 'when no specific connection to foreign terrorist(s) has been established,' according to training slides created last year by the Air Force Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI). (...) some former U.S. national security officials, who generally support giving agents more counterterrorism tools but declined to be quoted, said the change appeared to be a minor adjustment that was unlikely to significantly impact intelligence gathering. Some privacy and civil liberties advocates who have seen the training slides disagreed, saying they were alarmed by the change because it could increase the number of U.S. citizens who can be monitored under an executive order that lacks sufficient oversight."

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"Draft Senate Iran legislation sets tough new U.S. terms for deal"

Reuters vorliegender neuer Gesetzentwurf des US-Senats zum Atomabkommen mit dem Iran sieht neue Sanktionen vor, sollte der Iran u.a. Inspektionen seiner Atomanlagen verweigern oder Tests atomwaffenfähiger Raketen durchführen. "Critics of the legislation drafted by Republican Senators Bob Corker and Tom Cotton, with support from the Trump administration, said it could put the United States in violation of the international agreement if it were enacted. (...) The draft legislation, a proposed amendment to the Iran Nuclear Agreement Review Act passed in 2015, broadens a required administration assessment on whether Iran is complying with the pact to add factors related to issues from trade to whether Iran is using commercial aircraft licensed by the United States for non-civil aviation purposes. As previously reported, it would instantly reimpose, or 'snap back' sanctions lifted under the agreement if Iran were deemed capable of developing a nuclear weapon within a year."

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"The Trump Effect"

Reuters hat ein Dossier eingerichtet, in dem die Auswirkungen der Präsidentschaft Donald Trumps auf verschiedene Politikbereiche verfolgt werden. Chefredakteur Stephen J. Adler schreibt in seiner Einleitung: "This dedicated section features text stories, video, photos, interactive graphics and data that identify and measure the impact of policies in the areas of energy and environment, health care, immigration and business and the economy. Other areas will follow. Beyond finding stories that will focus on how the administration’s actions affect people, communities, institutions and companies, readers will be able to delve into key themes in each of those areas, via interactive graphics that explain how policies have translated into real-world changes on the ground. A separate database will track policy decisions and their impact on a regular basis."

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"In blocking arms to Yemen, Saudi Arabia squeezes a starving population"

Von der seit 30 Monaten andauernden Blockade der Häfen in Jemen durch saudi-arabische Kriegsschiffe sind auch lebensnotwendige Hilfslieferungen für die hungernde Bevölkerung betroffen, berichten Selam Gebrekidan und Jonathan Saul. "The Saudi-led coalition’s ships are preventing essential supplies from entering Yemen, even in cases where vessels are carrying no weapons, according to previously unreported port records, a confidential United Nations report and interviews with humanitarian agencies and shipping lines. A U.N. system set up in May 2016 to ease delivery of commercial goods through the blockade has failed to ensure the Yemeni people get the supplies they need. The result is the effective isolation of Yemen, a nation of 28 million people where a quarter of the population is starving, according to the United Nations. The war has claimed 10,000 lives. Half a million children under the age of five are severely malnourished, and at least 2,135 people, most of them children, have died of cholera in the past six months."

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"Islamic State driven out of last stronghold in northern Iraq"

Sollten sich die Berichte über die Vertreibung des "Islamischen Staates" aus der Stadt Hawija bestätigen, wäre die Terrormiliz im Irak Reuters zufolge nur noch in einem schmalen Grenzstreifen im Westen präsent. "The town of Hawija and the surrounding areas fell in an offensive by U.S.-backed Iraqi government troops and Iranian-trained and armed Shi‘ite paramilitary groups known as Popular Mobilisation. (...) With the fall of Hawija, which lies near the Kurdish-held oil city of Kirkuk, the only area that remains under control of Islamic State in Iraq is a stretch alongside the western border with Syria, where the militant group is also in retreat. (...) The capture of Hawija brings Iraqi forces into direct contact with Kurdish Peshmerga fighters who control Kirkuk, a multi-ethnic region claimed by both Baghdad and the Kurdistan Regional Government (KRG)."

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"France backs tough anti-terrorism bill after wave of attacks"

Das französische Parlament hat das neue Antiterrorgesetz verabschiedet, das von der Regierung anstelle einer weiteren Verlängerung des Ausnahmezustandes auf den Weg gebracht worden war. "Emergency powers in place since November 2015, when Islamist suicide bombers and gunmen carried out attacks in Paris that killed 130 people, have played a significant role in enabling intelligence agencies to disrupt plots, the government says. The new legislation would see many of those emergency powers enshrined in law, with limited oversight from the judiciary. (...) The anti-terrorism bill has met little resistance from the public, with people still on edge after the series of Islamist-related attacks and smaller incidents that have followed. But rights campaigners say it will curb civil liberties."

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"Iraqi Kurdish leader says 'yes' vote won independence referendum"

Ersten Berichten zufolge könnten über 90% der irakischen Kurden im Referendum für ihre Unabhängigkeit gestimmt haben. "Iraq considers the vote unconstitutional, especially as it was held not only within the Kurdish region itself but also on disputed territory held by Kurds elsewhere in northern Iraq. The United States, major European countries and neighbors Turkey and Iran strongly opposed the decision to hold the referendum, which they described as destabilizing at a time when all sides are still fighting against Islamic State militants. In a televised address, Barzani said the 'yes' vote had won and he called on Iraq’s central government in Baghdad to engage in 'serious dialogue' instead of threatening the Kurdish Regional Government with sanctions."

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