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Drones kill ISIS jihadists after plot to assassinate Queen

British forces launched a drone strike in Syria to kill three ISIS terrorists who had plotted to kill the queen and other members of the Royal Family by detonating a huge bomb at the country’s VJ Day celebration, Prime Minister David Cameron revealed Monday. “There was a terrorist directing murder on our streets and no other means to stop them,” Cameron said about the lethal Aug. 21 drone attack ::Read More::


Babies Born Hooked On Heroin: Special Report

The number of babies born addicted to narcotics in the United States has quadrupled in the last decade, new figures have revealed. The rise is being blamed on a growing epidemic of painkiller and heroin use currently gripping America.::Read More::


Islamic State takes Syrian state's last oilfield: monitor

Islamic State fighters have seized the last major oilfield under Syrian government control during battles over a vast central desert zone, a group monitoring the conflict said on Monday. The Jazal field was now shut down and clashes were ongoing east of Homs, with casualties reported on both sides, the Britain-based... ::Read More::


New stone monument near Stonehenge Found

Researchers have discovered evidence of standing stones believed to be the remnants of a major prehistoric stone monument near the Stonehenge ruins. University of Bradford researchers said Monday the monument is thought to have...::Read More::


Poll predicts British exit from EU

A majority of voters are ready to vote for Britain to leave the European Union, according to a new opinion poll. The Survation poll for The Mail on Sunday found that if a referendum was held tomorrow 51 per cent would vote to quit the EU against 49 per cent who would vote to remain. ::Read More::


U.S. asks Greece to deny Russian flights to Syria

The United States has asked Greece to deny Russia the use of its airspace for supply flights to Syria, a Greek official said on Monday, after Washington told Moscow it was deeply concerned by reports of a Russian military build up in Syria. ::Read More::


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