ANKARA — The U.S. Embassy in Turkish capital Ankara announced Monday that they limited services on Monday and Tuesday due to “security threat.”

The Embassy informed U.S. citizens about a security message and limited consular services in a message posted to the U.S. Embassy’s official page on Monday. (US-Turkey-Embassy)
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PARIS — A man who said he belonged to the Islamic State (IS) group stabbed a teacher early Monday at a kindergarten in a northern suburb of Paris, a local newspaper reported.

The suspect, wearing a mask and a white shirt, might have stabbed the teacher several times in the throat, Le Figaro said. (France-Teacher-IS)
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DAMASCUS — A total of 14 fighters of the Lebanese Hezbollah group have been killed over the past two days in clashes with jihadi groups in northern Syria, a monitor group reported on Monday.

The Hezbollah fighters were killed while battling alongside Syrian government forces in the southern countryside of Syria’s northern province of Aleppo, said the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. (Syria-Lebanese-Fighters)
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CAIRO — Egypt said on Monday that a preliminary probe has found no evidence that an illegal or terrorist action was behind the Russian plane crash in Sinai in October that killed all 224 people on board.

“A technical investigative committee has completed a preliminary investigation and has not so far found anything indicating any illegal intervention or terrorist action,” the Egyptian Civil Aviation Ministry said in the statement. (Egypt-Russian Plane)
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ANKARA/BAGHDAD — Some Turkish troops deployed in northern Iraq are leaving a camp near Iraq’s second largest city of Mosul on Monday, Turkish and Iraqi media reported.

A convoy of nearly 10 vehicles left the Bashiqa Camp on Monday morning and traveled to another region in northern Iraq, Turkey’s Anatolia news agency said. (Turkey-Iraq-Troops) Enditem

Source: Xinhua

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