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  1. Preview If Turkey can't get F-35 fighter jets from the US, it will be looking for a substitute elsewhere, the Turkish Foreign Minister said. The US threatened to boot Ankara from the program over its S-400 deal with Russia.
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  2. Preview The US intelligence community is pushing for American dominance of 5G technology, citing “national security” implications if China gets there first. President Donald Trump has said US “cannot allow” such a thing to happen.
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  3. Preview Reuters has corrected its piece alleging a shady scheme involving Russian oil giant Rosneft helping Venezuela evade US sanctions. The news agency said it did not determine that any payments actually took place.
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  4. Preview Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s scheme to name a settlement in the Golan Heights after US President Donald Trump has been lambasted on social media.
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  5. Preview China's naval forces are celebrating their 70th anniversary. And they definitely have something to celebrate, as the nation's naval capabilities have grown exponentially over the past decade – and are set to expand even more.
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  6. Preview The first ever seismic tremor was registered on Mars, proving that the so-far hypothetical “marsquakes” are a real deal, and the Red Planet is far from being dead – in a geological sense at least.
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  7. Preview Sri Lankan intelligence has reportedly named local extremist cleric Moulvi Zahran Hashim as the driving force behind the deadly Easter Sunday attacks. The radical cleric used social media to call for violence against non-Muslims.
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  8. Preview Indonesia has ordered a batch of amphibious armored vehicles from Russia to enhance the capabilities of its marines and replace ageing Soviet-era machines, operated by the military.
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  9. Preview Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte has threatened to declare war with Canada amid a long-standing diplomatic dispute between the two nations over Canadian waste that was illegally dumped in his country five years ago.
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  10. Preview Opposition MPs in Pakistan’s National Assembly were in an uproar Tuesday over PM Imran Khan’s “unprecedented” act of admitting that terrorist attacks against Iran had been carried out by groups based in Pakistan.
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