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（1）Trump’s national security adviser, Robert O’Brien, called the alleged poisoning of Navalny “extraordinarily concerning.”
（2）TUI TUIGn.DE, the world's largest tourism company, said it was cancelling all German package holidays to Spain with immediate effect until Aug. 24, appealing to customers already there to return within seven days.
Turkey has been a major source of aid to Somalia following a famine in 2011 as Ankara seeks to increase its influence in the Horn of Africa to counter Gulf rivals like Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.：
（1）Tshisekedi has struggled to assert himself since forming a coalition government in January 2019 with Kabila, who maintains extensive powers through his parliamentary majority, control of most cabinet ministries and the army.
（2）Tsarukyan’s party won 26 out of 132 seats in a parliamentary election in December 2018. Some of its members joined Pashinyan’s cabinet, but they were soon dismissed.
（3）Turkey has backed the Government of National Accord to fend off the Libyan National Army, which is backed by the United Arab Emirates and Egypt.
（4）Trump said Venezuela had been “wealthy 15 years ago and very wealthy 20 years ago, the wealthiest in all of Latin America.”
（2）TUNIS (Reuters) - At least five Tunisian parties plan to launch a vote of no confidence in parliamentary speaker Rached Ghannouchi who has been accused of partisan interests, while members of his moderate Islamist Ennahda party have called for a new government, escalating the country’s political crisis.
（5）Tu Yuanchao, speaking at a daily news briefing in Hubei on Tuesday, said the province will firmly prevent the rebound of the virus.