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The Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces says it has pulled out all of its fighters from the border town of Ras al Ain as part of the U.S. brokered truce with Turkey


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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says he told the U.S. Delegation and EU countries that the country’s Syria offensive will continue if Kurdish militia does not withdraw from the buffer zones by the end of the 120-hour truce and that he expects the U.S. to keep its promises


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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says he told the U.S. Delegation and EU countries that the country’s Syria offensive will continue if Kurdish militia does not withdraw from the buffer zones by the end of the 120-hour truce and that he expects the U.S. to keep its promises


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Thames Valley Police says the two 17-year-old boys who were murdered in a double stabbing at a house party in Milton Keynes were likely to be known to each other


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South Africa will face Wales in the Rugby World Cup semi-finals after they beat hosts Japan 26-3 in Tokyo


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Thames Valley Police says two 17-year-old boys have died after a stabbing in Milton Keynes


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Wales have beaten France 20-19 in Oita to reach the World Cup semi-finals


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Michael Gove who is in charge of the Government’s Brexit preparations says ‘no deal’ measures in ‘Operation Yellowhammer’ have been triggered following the Letwin amendment because the Government cannot guarantee that the EU will grant an extension to Brexit


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Former Home Secretary Amber Rudd who voted for the Oliver Letwin amendment has told Sky News she has personally told Boris Johnson that she will support his Brexit deal even though it is “not as good as Theresa May’s deal”


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Former Home Secretary Amber Rudd who voted for the Oliver Letwin amendment has told Sky News she has personally told Boris Johnson that she will support his Brexit deal even though it is “not as good as Theresa May’s deal”