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Donald Trump nominates new navy chief after wrangle over war crimes case

President Donald Trump has nominated a new Navy secretary following the removal of Richard Spencer over the case of a Seal who was facing...

US troops leaving Syria ‘cannot stay in Iraq’

Iraqi military chiefs have said US troops leaving Syria and heading to neighbouring Iraq do not have permission to stay in the country. Officials said...

Subpoenas for pair amid Trump impeachment inquiry

Democrats in the House of Representatives have issued subpoenas to US defence secretary Mark Esper and acting White House budget director Russell Vought as...

US to send troops to Saudi Arabia but hold off on striking Iran

The Pentagon has announced it will deploy additional US troops and missile defence equipment to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. The announcement comes...

US proceeding with plan for coalition to deter Iran threats

The US will move ahead with plans to build a coalition of nations to monitor and deter Iranian threats against commercial shipping in the...

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Two Buffalo police officers charged with assault

Two police officers in Buffalo, New York State, have been charged with assault after a video showed a 75-year-old protester being shoved during recent...

Protesters support Black Lives Matter on three continents

Thousands of people have rallied in Europe and Australia to honour George Floyd and to voice support for what is becoming an international Black...

Coronavirus wrap: Matchday protocols emerge while Djokovic casts US Open doubts

More details have emerged of matchday protocols ahead of a proposed Premier League return, but world number one Novak Djokovic has cast further doubt...

Tottenham goalkeeper Hugo Lloris finds the positives in football’s shutdown

Tottenham captain Hugo Lloris says his unusual season, where he has had to endure two lay-offs, has helped him regenerate. The 33-year-old goalkeeper had just...

FIFA president keen to impose stricter financial regulations

FIFA president Gianni Infantino has called for the prospect of salary and transfer fee caps to be discussed at all levels of the game. The...
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