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Erdogan Says Turkey to Reveal 'Naked Truth' of Khashoggi Death

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Sunday vowed to reveal the "naked truth" over the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, saying that he would make a new statement on the case next week.

"We are looking for justice here and this will be revealed in all its naked truth, not through some ordinary steps but in all its naked truth," Erdogan told a rally in Istanbul.

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Jordan Wants Israel to Return Lands Leased under 1994 Peace Deal

King Abdullah II announced Sunday that Jordan has notified Israel that it wants to reclaim two small plots of territory leased under their 1994 peace deal.

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France Investigates Spike in Babies Born with Arm Defects

France's health minister on Sunday announced a new investigation into the births of several babies with upper limb defects in various parts of the country in recent years, saying it was "unacceptable" no cause had been found.

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Henry Suffers Defeat on Monaco Return, PSG Seal Perfect 10

A "positive" Thierry Henry suffered defeat in his first match as a head coach when his 10-man Monaco side slumped to a 2-1 loss at Strasbourg on Saturday to drop into the Ligue 1 relegation zone, while Paris Saint-Germain eased to a 10th straight victory to start their title defense.

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Mercedes Mull Team Orders to Help Title-Chasing Hamilton

Mercedes team chief Toto Wolff is prepared to use team orders, if necessary, to help Lewis Hamilton secure his fifth drivers’ championship in Sunday’s United States Grand Prix.

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Lopetegui the Fall-Guy for Wider Malaise at Madrid

Amid the sprawl of headlines calling for Julen Lopetegui to be sacked by Real Madrid on Sunday, Diario AS ran an online poll: who is more guilty, the coach or the club president? 

Just over 80,000 replies were credited - almost 17,000 more than had attended the Santiago Bernabeu the day before - and 86 per cent of them answered Florentino Perez. 

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Italy's Salvini Dismisses Ratings Downgrade, Says Outlook 'Stable'

Interior Minister Matteo Salvini has dismissed ratings agency Moody's decision to downgrade Italy's credit standing because of the government's controversial budget plans and said the country's outlook was "stable."

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Germany Urges Global Minimum Tax for Digital Giants

German Finance Minister Olaf Scholz said in an interview for publication Sunday he backed a global minimum fiscal regime for multinationals as Europe looks to levy tax notably on U.S. tech giants.

"We need a minimum tax rate valid globally which no state can get out of (applying)," Scholz,  a social democrat in conservative Chancellor Angela Merkel's coalition government, told the "Welt am Sonntag" weekly. 

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Older Americans Delay, or Defy, Retirement

They tidy the baggage carts in airports, they sell clothes or work as cashiers in supermarkets at an age when their peers have long ago retired. 

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France Awaits Results from Macron's Pro-Business Push

Emmanuel Macron has watched his approval ratings plunge as voters wait for his pro-business reforms to pay off -- but for company leaders like Pierre Loustric, that's not a problem.

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