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US President Trump announces troop withdrawal from Syria
US President Trump announces troop withdrawal from Syria

Late on Sunday, the United States President Donald Trump, in a statement delivered via the press secretary, announced US troops would be leaving Syria. The announcement was made after Trump had a phone conversation with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. The statement also said US troops had defeated ISIS and Turkey would be moving into Northern Syria.

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Indonesian security minister Wiranto stabbed
Indonesian security minister Wiranto stabbed

Yesterday, Indonesia's security minister Wiranto was stabbed, according to government authorities. Wiranto suffered two deep wounds in the attack. Two suspects were arrested.

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Swedish academy announces 2019 Nobel Prize winners in physics
Swedish academy announces 2019 Nobel Prize winners in physics

On Tuesday, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences announced the winners of the 2019 Nobel Prize in Physics in Stockholm, Sweden. The prize was shared between James Peebles and the duo of Didier Queloz and Michel Mayor.

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U.S. judge orders release of President Trump's tax records, appeals court issues delay
U.S. judge orders release of President Trump's tax records, appeals court issues delay

On Monday, United States District Court Judge Victor Marrero issued a ruling against President Donald Trump finding that New York City prosecutors could view his tax records after a subpoena issued by a grand jury, however, a temporary stay was issued by the Appeals Court.

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Scientists describe how 'upside-down rivers' of warm water break Antarctica's ice shelf
Scientists describe how 'upside-down rivers' of warm water break Antarctica's ice shelf

In findings published Wednesday in Science Advances, researchers from the University of Colorado at Boulder and the College of Wooster reported a new mechanism by which warm ocean currents erode the ice shelves along the coast of Antarctica, contributing to the planet's rising oceans.

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