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About 10 people were injured Sunday morning in Dayton, Ohio.

Media sources said one person opened fire on a group of citizens before being arrested by the police.

Adar Press - Interfax

The US State Department welcomed the truce in the area of ​​stopping the escalation in Idlib northern Syria and announced its support for a ceasefire there, pointing out the need to stop all that leads to the deaths of civilians.

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The United States on Saturday imposed a new set of sanctions against Russia over the poisoning of former Russian spy Sergey Scrippel in British Salisbury in 2018.

US State Department spokeswoman Morgan Ortagos said in a statement Washington would oppose any "loan or technical assistance to Russia" from international financial institutions and would impose restrictions that would bar US banks from financing sovereign debt.

The United States will also impose restrictions on exports of goods and technology to Russia, Ortagos said.

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The delegations of all parties participating in the Astana talks to resolve the Syrian crisis arrived in the capital city of Kazakhstan, where the 13th round of talks will begin on Thursday.

The participants are expected to hold a series of bilateral and trilateral consultations on Friday, followed by a plenary meeting on Friday, which will issue a joint statement by the three countries that are sponsoring the Astana process - Russia, Turkey and Iran.

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Ten UN Security Council members, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterich, called for the formation of an international commission to investigate the Syrian regime's targeting of civilian infrastructure in the northern Syrian province of Idlib, according to Al Arabiya.net.

UN diplomatic sources said Gutierrez had already asked his legal bureau for legal advice on the proposed commission of inquiry.

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The Israeli newspaper "Yediot Ahronot" on Tuesday that the fighter "F-35" Israeli bombed sites in Iraq 10 days ago.

"The bombed base is the military base closest to Syria and used by Iran to bring weapons through Iraq to Syria and Lebanon to work against Israel," military analyst Ron Ben Yishai was quoted as saying by Yediot Ahronot.

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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has claimed that the collapse of his country's lira is due to an "external conspiracy", a speech he has been making in recent years whenever he is subjected to a political or economic setback.

"The foreign plot seeks to increase interest rates and cripple the growth of the Turkish economy," Erdogan told a meeting with AKP members in Ankara. According to "Sky News".

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The Turkish journalist, Ahmed Nusin, who is famous for his articles about the hideouts of the "coup d'état", decided to protest against the absence of press freedom in an exciting way, according to the opposition newspaper "Azaman".

In a move that may be the first of its kind in Turkey, journalist Ahmed Nusin announced that he would apply to the Turkish authorities to abandon Turkish nationality, in protest at the crackdown on journalists in the country.

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