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'Syrian rebels, Russians to negotiate end to Ghouta suffering'

'Syrian rebels, Russians to negotiate end to Ghouta suffering'

Syrian forces, backed by Russian Federation, launched air and rocket attacks and regained control of most of eastern Ghouta last month. Munzer Fares, a spokesman for the Ahrar al-Sham rebel grou...

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Trump signs budget bill after threatening veto

Trump signs budget bill after threatening veto

The House passed the legislation earlier on Thursday, voting 256-167 with Democrats and Republicans coming together to pass it less than 24 hours after the 2,300-page bill was made public. David Per...

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Classrooms equipped with buckets of rocks to stone shooters

Classrooms equipped with buckets of rocks to stone shooters

Every classroom in the district about 90 miles northwest of Philadelphia has a 5-gallon bucket of river stones, said Blue Mountain School District Superintendent David Helsel. Helsel told lawmakers th...

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Labour 'missing an electoral trick by refusing to oppose Brexit'

Labour 'missing an electoral trick by refusing to oppose Brexit'

Mike Gapes, another Labour MP, said that "apparently (in) Corbyn world free speech is allowed for anti-Semites but not for Labour MPs supporting the views of our members and our 2016 Conference Poli...

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On Pak National Day, Islamabad seeks 'peaceful' ties with India

On Pak National Day, Islamabad seeks 'peaceful' ties with India

A grand military parade was held in Islamabad on Friday to mark the Pakistan Day as the nation celebrated the occasion with zeal and fervour. Pakistan Day commemorates the passing of the La...

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New President Takes Oath of Office in Peru After Kuczynski Resigns

New President Takes Oath of Office in Peru After Kuczynski Resigns

Supporters welcomed him at the airport with a large cake in the red and white colours of Peru's flag celebrating his 55th birthday on Thursday. His 15-minute inaugural speech was short on specifics....

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Police shooting of Stephon Clark sparks 2nd day of protests in Sacramento

Police shooting of Stephon Clark sparks 2nd day of protests in Sacramento

Moreover, there is no evidence from the audio recordings that the officers identified themselves as police, said civil rights and personal injury attorney Ben Crump, who was retained by the Clark fami...

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French hero officer who swapped himself for hostage dies

French hero officer who swapped himself for hostage dies

Ladkim was shot and killed by police. Sixteen people were injured, two seriously, in what the President called an act of "Islamist terrorism", the BBC reported. Police raided the store after hearing...

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Canadian retailers could be helped by a USA trade battle with China

Russian Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Viktor Yevtukhov has said Russia will challenge stiff new tariffs that the United States imposed this week on aluminum and steel imports before ...

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Trump threatens USA spending bill veto

Trump threatens USA spending bill veto

The deal is rejected, and government shuts down at midnight. Sent just before 9 a.m., Trump's tweet lamented the lack of funding in the bill for a wall on the Mexican border and criticized Democr...

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China vows to respond to tariffs with necessary measures

Treasury data. Thursday's tariffs , under Section 301 of the 1974 Trade Act, would be even more hard to defend, Zhang said , because in a previous ruling Washington promised to deploy them only ...

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Lawmakers advance bill expanding medical marijuana program in NJ

Lawmakers advance bill expanding medical marijuana program in NJ

Green the Vote President Isaac Caviness said making the marijuana laws part of the state's constitution will ensure it is what the people want, not simply what our legislators want. The statewide ...

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Family Struggling Following Death Of 15-Year-Old Son In Fire

Family Struggling Following Death Of 15-Year-Old Son In Fire

A worn-out mother is not as good a mom as one who has energy for fun things on top of housework and child-tending. Her family alleges that this mounting pressure forced their daughter to kill hers...

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Bucks' Giannis Antetokounmpo out for Friday game with Bulls

Bucks' Giannis Antetokounmpo out for Friday game with Bulls

The Bucks are fighting for playoff seeding and we expect them to not take their foot off the gas pedal this entire game. The Chicago Bulls don't have much going for them. Now most of that offe...

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Southgate delighted as dominant England pass Netherlands 'test'

Southgate delighted as dominant England pass Netherlands 'test'

England comfortably retained their slender lead through to the final whistle to secure a first win over their opponents since a 4-1 triumph at Euro 96. Shortly after England were denied what seemed...

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European Union seeks permanent exemption from U.S. tariffs

German Chancellor Angela Merkel told reporters that Europe had shown itself united in its support of free trade and rejection of protectionism. Reporting from the summit, Euronews' Efi Koutsokosta...

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Toyota Corolla Hatchback Arrives in North America at NYIAS

Toyota Corolla Hatchback Arrives in North America at NYIAS

The larger footprint is housing an all-new interior that Toyota is calling "a meticulously mixed cocktail of emotive lines, creases and surfaces". Overall width is up 30mm to 1790mm, while height ha...

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Weather Authority: Dry weather continues into the weekend

Weather Authority: Dry weather continues into the weekend

The high for Saturday will only be 37 degrees, according to the National Weather Service , and rain, sleet and snow are expected throughout the day and night. A PEEK INTO NEXT WEEK: Finally a ...

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NSC to recommend Trump expel Russian diplomats over spy attack

NSC to recommend Trump expel Russian diplomats over spy attack

The Russian government responded angrily. On Friday, the Russian foreign ministry described the European Union allegation as "baseless" and accused the bloc of spurning cooperation with Moscow and j...

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Sacramento police release body cam and helicopter footage of Stephon Clark shooting

Sacramento police release body cam and helicopter footage of Stephon Clark shooting

They found only his cellphone. "We recognize that it's not just business as usual, and we are going to work really hard to bring everybody together to make the world a better place starting with our...

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Suspect arrested and charged for assault on autistic man

Suspect arrested and charged for assault on autistic man

Police also announced that two others have been charged with accessory after the fact. The Vancouver Sun is also reporting while he was living at a Abbotsford home, Chahil was the target of a 2015...

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The Best Stroller Deals at Toys 'R' Us

The Best Stroller Deals at Toys 'R' Us

What happens to my Babies "R" Us gift registry? "We used to shop here for our kids and recently we shopped here for their kids". Today marks the launch of what will be the biggest, if saddest , ...

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Charlotte Pence buys John Oliver's Marlon Bundo book mocking her father

Charlotte Pence buys John Oliver's Marlon Bundo book mocking her father

A portion of both books' proceeds go to different charities, which Charlotte Pence applauds. "It's getting ridiculous", Oliver told Meyers. The parody trolls the vice president's history opposing ...

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Auto bomb kills 13, wounds 40 near stadium in Afghanistan

Auto bomb kills 13, wounds 40 near stadium in Afghanistan

The auto was reportedly driven into a crowd outside the stadium. "The suicide bomber detonated his auto bomb as spectators were leaving the stadium", Zwak said. Taliban and IS militants have ramped ...

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Putin will 'use World Cup like Hitler did the 1936 Olympics'

Putin will 'use World Cup like Hitler did the 1936 Olympics'

However, he said today that it would be wrong to punish British fans or the English football team by banning them from attending the World Cup, but that it would need to have an "urgent conversation...

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Iowa family vacationing in Mexico found dead

Iowa family vacationing in Mexico found dead

State Department to determine what happened, according to KCCI . According to the Minneapolis Star-Tribune, the Quintana Roo state prosecutor's office said in a tweet that "no signs of violence w...

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Dowling & Yahnke LLC Reduces Position in McDonald's Co. (MCD)

Dowling & Yahnke LLC Reduces Position in McDonald's Co. (MCD)

About 1.31M shares traded. McDonald's Corporation ( MCD ) finalized the Thursday at price of $157.04 after traded 3657109 shares. It has outperformed by 1.55% the S&P500. MCD has been the subject o...

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European Union sets out stall with position on Brexit trade talks

European Union sets out stall with position on Brexit trade talks

The 27 leaders meeting in Brussels adopted negotiating guidelines for talks on the future relationship with Britain and approved a deal for a 21-month transition period. "I believe we are approaching ...

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Archbishop of Canterbury remembers Westminster terror attack victims at vigil

Archbishop of Canterbury remembers Westminster terror attack victims at vigil

A minute's silence was held in the British Parliament and across London on Thursday in remembrance of the five people killed in the Westminster Bridge terror attack on March 22 previous year. The ra...

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Melania travels solo again amid new Trump affair allegations

Melania travels solo again amid new Trump affair allegations

The First Lady pines for her days as a private citizen when she could do whatever the hell she wanted and there was nobody around to bother her. In the interview, Karen McDougal apologized to the ...

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South Korea To Fight Overtime Epidemic With Computer Shutdown

South Korea To Fight Overtime Epidemic With Computer Shutdown

South Korea wants its government workers to stop working so hard. The shutdown initiative by the Seoul Metropolitan Government will reportedly work in three phases. Lawmakers have been trying ...

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PKK reportedly exits from Sinjar in Iraq

PKK reportedly exits from Sinjar in Iraq

Turkish jets "neutralised" 38 PKK terrorists in northern Iraq, security sources said on Wednesday. Turkish authorities use the word "neutralized" when militants are either killed or captured or when...

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Price Target Overview of Cliffs Natural Resources Inc. (NYSE:CLF)

Price Target Overview of Cliffs Natural Resources Inc. (NYSE:CLF)

The performance for month is -11.55% and the performance for half year is -7.76%. We have $6.70 PT which if reached, will make NYSE: CLF worth $61.62 million less. Investors sentiment increased to 1 ...

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Bermuda Authorities State No Evidence of Foul Play in Pennsylvania Student's Death

Bermuda Authorities State No Evidence of Foul Play in Pennsylvania Student's Death

What happened in the moments leading up to Dombroski's death remained unclear. "I found no evidence of foul play in my postmortem examination", he said during a Thursday news conference. Monday by a...

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Japan regulator warns cryptocurrency exchange over unregistered operations

Japan regulator warns cryptocurrency exchange over unregistered operations

Binance also plans to launch a decentralized exchange in the coming months, Zhao said, adding that about 10 teams are working on its development, but that the technology is now too slow to replace ...

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Peru, Corruption, and What to Do about the Summit of the Americas

Peru, Corruption, and What to Do about the Summit of the Americas

In his resignation announcement, Kuczynski said the videos where his allies are trying to secure the support of a congressman were edited in a "malicious" manner to give the impression that they wer...

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Explosion outside sports stadium reportedly kills up to 20 in southern Afghanistan

Explosion outside sports stadium reportedly kills up to 20 in southern Afghanistan

The suicide attack happened in Lashkar Gah, the capital of opium poppy-rich Helmand province, as spectators were leaving a wrestling match at the stadium, provincial governor spokesman Omar Zwak told...

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Elgar carries bat before South Africa strike twice

Elgar carries bat before South Africa strike twice

When Keshav Maharaj drove Starc to cover, South Africa had lost six wickets for 37 runs - and lost control of the match on the best batting pitch of any of the Tests South Africa have hosted again...

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Trump's Lawyer John Dowd Resigns Amidst Russian Probe

Trump's Lawyer John Dowd Resigns Amidst Russian Probe

CNN said that Trump proclaimed publicly to be happy with Dowd but internally he complained about him constantly. "( Trump ) thought it was a good statement. "It was based on fraudulent activiti...

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US drops charges against Turkish president's bodyguards in DC brawl

US drops charges against Turkish president's bodyguards in DC brawl

Turkish and American delegations met in Washington on March 8 and 9 to find a way to resolve the Manbij problem but the dismissal of U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has caused uncertainty abo...

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