• USA Tries to make Raqqa the Syrian capital, denounces Russian Federation

    USA Tries to make Raqqa the Syrian capital, denounces Russian Federation

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    Dresden, a city having no military significance was decimated in Allied bombing raids just before the end of the war, killing anywhere from 18,000 to 25,000 people. However, Russian intelligence sources noted how the DSA allowed the EI forces to pass through territories controlled by the armed group, considered in the West as part of the moderate opposition, to the eastern bank of the Euphrates.
  • Martin Selmayr on Theresa May dinner leak: 'I've been framed'

    Martin Selmayr on Theresa May dinner leak: 'I've been framed'

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    Mr Selmayr denied being the leaker and insisted the account was untrue today as the explosive new diplomatic row unfolded. The latest meeting took place between Mrs May and Mr Juncker at the EU Commission headquarters, the Berlaymont, and was also attended by Brexit negotiators David Davis and Michel Barnier.
  • French President's dog urinates during televized meeting

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    Luckily, Brune Poirson, 35, Benjamin Griveaux, 39, and Julien Denormandie, 37, the junior ministers for ecology, the economy and local government, also see the amusing side. In France, there is a tradition of presidents owning a dog , and Nemo has become a trusted companion of Marcon. The "First Dog " was bought by Macron and his wife Brigitte in August from an animal rescue centre for £225.
  • USA prepares to put B-52 nuclear bombers on high alert

    USA prepares to put B-52 nuclear bombers on high alert

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    General David Goldfein, Air Force Chief of Staff, said U.S. military leaders were being forced to adapt to "the reality of the global situation we find ourselves in". "It's never been more important to make sure that we get this mission right", Goldfein added. "Really it depends on who, what kind of behavior are we talking about, and whether they're paying attention to our readiness status ", he said.
  • Syria's largest oil field captured by US-backed forces

    Syria's largest oil field captured by US-backed forces

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    The U.S. -backed Syrian Democratic Forces claimed Friday to have taken control of Raqqa. Syrian government forces and their allies have been fighting for control of Deir Ezzor from the Islamic State since the beginning of * a href="https://newswire.storyful.com/storylines/*/stories/178726" target="_blank" rel="nofollow noopener" *September.
  • John McCain Seems To Take Shot At Trump Over Vietnam Deferment

    John McCain Seems To Take Shot At Trump Over Vietnam Deferment

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    Bone spurs are a calcium deposit that causes a bony protrusion on the underside of the heel bone. In the C-SPAN interview , McCain said the lessons learned from Vietnam include that the United States needs to have a "strategy and a capability to win" before getting involved in a conflict.
  • 'Good morning' Facebook post leads to arrest of Palestinian

    'Good morning' Facebook post leads to arrest of Palestinian

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    In the picture he is leaning against a bulldozer alongside the caption: "Good morning" in Arabic. It should be noted that the suspect was detained for only a few hours, and that when he kept insisted that he wrote "good morning" rather than "let's slaughter", an Arabic reader was invited to examine the post - following which the Arab worker was released.
  • Oposición venezolana: Gobernadores electos no se

    Oposición venezolana: Gobernadores electos no se "humillarán"

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    Los mandatarios electos tenían previsto evaluar este domingo el ultimátum de la instancia que rige al país con poderes absolutos desde agosto pasado. Caracas . Según Gaceta Oficial número 41259 de fecha 18 de octubre de 2017, los gobernadores que no se subordinaron ante la ANC no podrán juramentarse en los Consejos Legislativos.
  • Esha, Bharat blessed with a baby girl!

    Esha, Bharat blessed with a baby girl!

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    Esha wants some "me time" with our baby. It is a traditional Sindhi ceremony. Bharat, his family and Esha's parents - veteran actors Hema Malini and Dharmendra - were present at the medical center when the Esha gave birth to the baby girl.
  • Kerala girl who jumped from school building due to alleged harassment, dies

    Kerala girl who jumped from school building due to alleged harassment, dies

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    She has been identified as Gauri Neha of Ramankulangara in Kollam. She was rushed to a private hospital in critical condition. Her sister was reportedly made to sit with boys. The Kollam West Police had registered a case and the investigation is on. Gouri had got into an argument with her teacjers following the punishment to her sister.
  • Firefighters rescue person trapped in auto after Virginia Beach crash

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    The SUV crossed lanes and then headed for the Starboard Bar and Restaurant. The vehicle then continued into the Starboard parking lot where it struck an unoccupied Jeep Wrangler, before coming to rest. The person was cut out of the auto and taken to the hospital. N. DeMalto of the Collision Reconstruction Unit, Troop 7 at 302-703-3267. The crash is under investigation by the Virginia Beach Police Department.
  • The New York Mets have found their new manager

    The New York Mets have found their new manager

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    Callaway, 42, has spent the past five seasons as the pitching coach for the Cleveland Indians . Callaway would replace Terry Collins, who resigned after the Mets slumped to a 70-92 record this season, due to a rash of injuries to their pitching staff and outfielder Yoenis Cespedes.
  • Father of Newborn Sells Heroin in Maternity Ward

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    Police took Hulse into custody, and while searching him found 34 bags of suspected heroin, hypodermic needles and other drug paraphernalia in a black, zip bag in his trousers pocket. "I really didn't want to bring it in". Swank said he seized 34 stamp bags of heroin marked "Final Call" out of a plastic zip bag Hulse was carrying, four empty stamp bags from his wallet and hypodermic needles.
  • The Trumpification of John Kelly

    The Trumpification of John Kelly

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    I have staff, people who write the speeches. "He knew what the possibilities were because we're at war". You sign up to serve your country. During today's briefing, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders was confronted over the release of a video of Wilson's Federal Bureau of Investigation speech that contradicts Kelly's comments.
  • Woman left with broken jaw after man pushes her onto railway tracks

    Woman left with broken jaw after man pushes her onto railway tracks

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    Thankfully, no trains were approaching and the woman was able to escape with her life with only an injured jaw. The cleaner was rescued from the tracks and taken to Pok Oi Hospital. The culprit is seen walking along the platform behind the victim, who is waving to someone on the other side of the tracks. The man is believed to be holding a Hong Kong identity card.
  • Lombardy and Veneto seek greater autonomy

    Lombardy and Veneto seek greater autonomy

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    Another side, the Veneto region, home of the touristic city of Venice, held an online independence vote in 2014, which resulted in almost 90 percent in favor but was declared unlawful by Italy's Constitutional Court. Both regions are run by the anti-migrant, anti-Europe Northern League, which has long given up its founding goal of secession as it seeks a national profile.
  • United Nations envoy chides Hamas leaders for urging Israel's destruction

    United Nations envoy chides Hamas leaders for urging Israel's destruction

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    Jordan's king has endorsed a fledgling Palestinian reconciliation agreement that is meant to end a decade-old political and ideological split between rivals Hamas and Fatah. "The United States reiterates the importance of adherence to the Quartet principles: any Palestinian government must unambiguously and explicitly commit to nonviolence, recognise the State of Israel, accept previous agreements and obligations between the parties - including to disarm terrorists - and commit to peaceful ...
  • Starvation deaths haunt Jharkhand, now, rickshaw puller dies of hunger

    Starvation deaths haunt Jharkhand, now, rickshaw puller dies of hunger

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    The family is from Mangarha village in Dhanbad's Jharia block.Reports in sections of local media quoted Parvati saying that her husband was bedridden for the last month or so, and that she and her son did odd jobs. While the girl's family insists that she died because of lack of food many including local residents district officials insisted that she died due to malaria.
  • Indonesia wants answers after military chief denied United States entry

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    Tribunnews.com reported Sunday that Gatot and his wife were about to fly to the US to attend a conference under the invitation of chairman of US Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. "The Indonesian Embassy in Washington has sent a diplomatic note to the US Department of State requesting clarification of yesterday's incident", Mr Arrmanatha said in a written message yesterday.
  • Bowe Bergdahl: Taliban Treated Me Better than US

    Bowe Bergdahl: Taliban Treated Me Better than US

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    Bergdahl, 31, entered a guilty plea October 16 to charges of desertion and misbehavior before the enemy in an Army courtroom at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, and his fate will now be decided by a military judge. Legal experts say the risky move may be a sign that the evidence against Bergdahl was strong. Bergdahl, now 31, walked off his remote post in Afghanistan in 2009 with the intention of reaching other commanders and drawing attention to what he saw as problems in his unit.