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The Pound Sterling fell in early Asian trading on Monday as markets look to see how quickly Brexit will be carried out.
The renewed drone strikes under new rules mark a more offensive shift in US strategy in Afghanistan.
World markets had been jittery in the weeks leading up to the EU referendum vote.
European Union chief Donald Tusk said on Friday the bloc will meet without Britain at a summit next week to assess its future.
Some are now expecting the PM to resign and for snap elections to be held in the fall.
A study conducted by a London-based think tank estimated that Brexit could decrease British global imports by 25 per cent worldwide over the next two years.
The highest number of displaced persons was in Somalia, the report revealed; more than 1.1 million people had fled the fighting there.
Baghdad is overwhelmed by the exodus of peoples fleeing the fighting as the world marks Refugee Day.
Sergeant Andrey Timoshenkov prevented a suicide car bomber from reaching his target in Homs.
No weapons were found during the security raids.