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The Russians also ordered the closing of the British Council, a cultural and educational organization, in Russia, and revoked permission for the British consulate general in St. Petersburg.
The Russian consulate general, whose position typically rotates every three years, has also ventured out into the community.
Samuel Amaoko, the consulate general of Ghana in New York City, said relatives expressed confusion about what to do at a meeting last week.
Organizers led protesters across the Madison Street Bridge and in front of the 500 W. Madison building, which houses the consulate general of Israel.
Iraq’s civil aviation authority said flights to and from Erbil and Sulaymaniyah airports will be suspended from 6 p.m. local time on Friday, according to a statement from Turkey’s consulate general in Erbil.
On Thursday, the Trump administration retaliated to that retaliation: The State Department ordered Russia to close by September 2 its consulate general in San Francisco, a chancery annex in Washington, D.C., and a consular annex in New York City.
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