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Greece fears revival of far-left violence

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After attacks targeting political figures in Greece and abroad, there is concern the violence could escalate.
 
ByWILL HORNER, politico.eu
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No calm waters in the Middle East

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By SELİN NASİ, Hurriyet Daily News

While we’ve been desperately trying to keep up with the breaking news as it rolls in almost every hour, we woke up on June 21 to see that Saudi King Salman bin Abdel Aziz had deposed his nephew, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Nayef, in favor of his son Mohammed bin Salman.

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Is the Middle East on the brink of another war?

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By Charis Chang, news.com.au

AS THE defeat of Islamic State looms, experts are worried that a far more destructive Middle East war could flare up in its place.

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Turkey needs to stay out of Qatar’s mess

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By Asli Aydintasbas, WashingtonPost

In my part of the world, people used to believe that their fate was determined by dark conspiracies cooked up by Western powers, or Israel, and that local politics was simply window-dressing for Western imperial interests. 
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Gulf diplomatic crisis: After Qatar, Turkey could be next target of Arab countries

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By Firstpost.com

In the middle of the diplomatic crisis, Qatar has found an ally in Turkey. The country has strongly criticised the measures against Qatar after Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt and Bahrain cut diplomatic ties with Qatar over allegations that the Gulf nation backs terror groups and that its policies, including its support for Islamist groups, threatens the region. The Yemen government, Libya's eastern-based government and Maldives too followed suit.

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Why the White House Is Reading Greek History

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The Trump team is obsessing over Thucydides, the ancient historian who wrote a seminal tract on war.
 
By MICHAEL CROWLEY, Politico
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State Dept. must help make Turkey pay for assault on protesters

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By NY Post Editorial Board

Local Washington, DC, law enforcement last week filed charges against a dozen members of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s security detail in last month’s violent attack on lawful protesters on US soil. It’s past time for the feds to play their part.
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After Syriza pushes through more austerity, EU approves loan to Greece

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By John Vassilopoulos , World Socialist Web Site

An 8.5 billion euro loan to Greece was approved following a meeting of the Eurogroup council of the EU’s finance ministers on June 15. The payment forms part of the 86 billion euro bailout programme signed by Greece’s Syriza (“Coalition of the Radical Left”) government in the summer of 2015 and will be used to pay debt liabilities due in July.

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Felony charges for 2 men in D.C. attack on Turkey protesters

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By Alex Lubben, Vice news

Nearly a month after a group of protesters outside the Turkish ambassador’s residence in Washington, D.C. were attacked and injured, two men were charged Wednesday with assault.

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