The U.S. decision to exclude Turkey from NATO's F-35 fighter jet program is a "unilateral" step and might bring "irreparable damage" to bilateral relations, the Turkish Foreign Ministry said Thursday.
Years back, Ghassan Deaibes, a Palestinian refugee born in Lebanon, worked as a senior architect for a Belgian contracting company in charge of constructing Dubai's Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest building.
More than half of South Korean consumers joined a boycott campaign against Japanese products amid the Seoul-Tokyo trade row, caused by Japan's export restriction on materials to South Korea, a survey showed Thursday.
British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt on Wednesday outlined his priorities after Brexit has been resolved if he could replace Theresa May as prime minister.
The flood situation continued to be grim in several parts of India, particularly eastern state of Bihar, north-eastern state of Assam and parts of northern state of Uttar Pradesh.
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