• Nineteen kids killed in Syrian airstrikes

    Nineteen kids killed in Syrian airstrikes

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    Sure enough, Damascus, unimpressed by the U.S. threats, continued to develop and use chemical weapons. Around 60 civilians were killed Tuesday in airstrikes and shelling that overwhelmed rescue workers and prompted calls for an immediate cease-fire in order to deliver critical medical care.
  • 'Protocol headache' for SK Winter Olympics

    'Protocol headache' for SK Winter Olympics

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    Kim Jong Un's sister, Kim Yo Jong , is expected to attend the opening ceremony on Friday as part of the delegation being sent from the North. Vice President Mike Pence said the U.S.is preparing to announce the "toughest and most aggressive" economic sanctions against North Korea .
  • White House applauds Senate's budget deal

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    Sanders stopped short of saying President TrumpDonald John TrumpTillerson: Russia already looking to interfere in 2018 midterms Dems pick up deep-red legislative seat in Missouri Speier on Trump's desire for military parade: "We have a Napoleon in the making" MORE would sign the agreement, saying he would "need to see what's in the final bill".
  • Coast Guard looks for fishing boat after distress call

    Coast Guard looks for fishing boat after distress call

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    The Coast Guard has dispatched boats, a helicopter and an airplane to the scene. A mumbled male voice could be heard issuing the mayday call around 8:30 p.m. The Coast Guard searched 767 square nautical miles, using tons of resources, and found no sign of the boater, calling off their search around 1 this afternoon.
  • Syria regime strikes kill 35 civilians

    Syria regime strikes kill 35 civilians

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    The US State Department said on Monday it had recorded six suspected chemical attacks in Syria in the past 30 days. The military retaliated in kind to the attacks, the statement added. "I came back and found all five dead", he said. A senior Turkish official says the United States must put an end to policies that "poison" ties between the two North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies, including supporting Syrian Kurdish militia.
  • Dow Jones Regains Some Losses, Closes Up More Than 500 Points

    Dow Jones Regains Some Losses, Closes Up More Than 500 Points

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    The yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury Note added about 7.5 basis points to hit 2.845 percent, the same level which may have triggered last Friday's stock market sell-off. "It means that there are more investors with a negative view on the market in the long term", said Oh Hyun-seok, a market analyst at Samsung Securities.
  • Putin, Erdogan discuss Afrin, Syria over phone call

    Putin, Erdogan discuss Afrin, Syria over phone call

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    Rouhani noted that the Islamic Republic of Iran is ready to expand relations with Turkey in the energy sector and welcomes the presence of Turkish investors and economic entities in Iran's oil and gas projects. Iranian state TV on Wednesday aired a fabricated news story claiming that the Turkish army had used chemical weapons against PYD/PKK terrorists in Afrin, northwestern Syria.
  • Pyeongchang Olympics begin with mixed doubles curling

    Pyeongchang Olympics begin with mixed doubles curling

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    Canada opened with three in the first for an early lead. If they are able to advance to all their various medal rounds, the Hamiltons are looking at almost three straight weeks of sweeping, without much opportunity to rest their soon-to-be-weary backs.
  • Missouri woman finds neighbor's Corgi riding pony

    Missouri woman finds neighbor's Corgi riding pony

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    So we pull back in our driveway tonight and this is what we see. "I'm stealing the dog, new circus act!" Callie Schenker was near her driveway last Thursday night when she spotted her neighbor's Corgi sitting on her horse. The neighbors' Corgi, who she thinks is named Roper, is a regular visitor, however. "I'm glad it's something happy this time instead of something sad in the news".
  • NHS crisis: January was the second-worst month for A&E

    NHS crisis: January was the second-worst month for A&E

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    Mr Hunt added that "significantly more" money would need to be spent on the NHS to ensure services could cope with demand. Doctors "knew there was going to be pressurised moments" when they went into medicine, but the current situation is "not sustainable", the health secretary has said.
  • Eric Holder Is Considering A Presidential Run In 2020

    Eric Holder Is Considering A Presidential Run In 2020

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    Pressed again on whether that meant a presidential bid, he again said, "We'll see". Former members of the Obama administration are revealing just how partisan they are in their zest to attack President Donald Trump . Mr. Holder's criminal probe of the IRS found little more than bungling, but no ill intent, on the agency's part. The Justice Department last year reversed that finding, though, in settlements reached with tea party groups over the last year that singled Ms.
  • Chemical Weapons Attack in Saraqib, Syria

    Chemical Weapons Attack in Saraqib, Syria

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    Residents in parts of Syria have been experiencing some of the most terrifying days of their seven-year-long war. Syrian government troops have since Monday waged an intense air campaign on Eastern Ghouta , the only significant opposition pocket near the capital Damascus .
  • Steve Wynn Resigns as Wynn Resort CEO

    Steve Wynn Resigns as Wynn Resort CEO

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    Therefore 52% are positive. To find out the technical position of Wynn Resorts, Limited (NASDAQ: WYNN ), it holds price to book ratio of 50.69 that unearth high-growth companies selling at low-growth prices, but it requires appropriate measurement approach.
  • 'Solo' Star Alden Ehrenreich Got Some Great Advice From Harrison Ford

    'Solo' Star Alden Ehrenreich Got Some Great Advice From Harrison Ford

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    Clarke teased that audiences will see her character's evolution . Qi'ra , who is suggested in the trailer to be someone who's known Han since childhood, is described as a "shadowy" figure that he'll "fall head over heels" for. Apparently, Qi'ra is an "enigma", and is "one of those relationships that has an impact on him as a character". I mean, hopefully [ laughs ] - if I have done my job.
  • Remove Manik government, choose 'Hira': PM Modi to Tripura voters

    Remove Manik government, choose 'Hira': PM Modi to Tripura voters

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    Now the time has come to change the future of the state and the fortune of the people. You all have been hypnotised by the Left. "People should punish it for all its misdeeds, failures, and scams. "Out of every Rs 100 spent in the state, Rs 80 is given by the Centre", added PM Modi. He also recalled former prime minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee's contributions to Northeast India's development.
  • Cavs working on getting 3rd team for DeAndre Jordan deal

    Cavs working on getting 3rd team for DeAndre Jordan deal

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    Clippers big man DeAndre Jordan . Cleveland, however, doesn't want to part with the Brooklyn Nets' first-round pick, which now sits in the top 10 of the 2018 draft. Jordan has a $24 million player option next season that he seems likely to decline to become a free agent. Acquiring Jordan will not be easy because of the Clippers' preference for a trade that can create financial flexibility, but it is worth a try for the Blazers because he is a significant upgrade over Jusuf Nurkić.
  • Senate leaders announce budget agreement, hike in Pentagon spending

    Senate leaders announce budget agreement, hike in Pentagon spending

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    The Senate is expected to vote and pass a budget compromise Thursday but the House is not yet on board. "And it's also a two-year agreement, so the federal government will not have to go through this drawn-out budgetary dance next year". Virgin Islands. However, trouble brewed for the deal on both sides of the aisle on Wednesday. Immigration: Leave divisive immigration issues, including the fate of hundreds of thousands of "dreamers", unaddressed, a potential sticking point for many ...
  • South mulls meeting N. Korean request to fuel artists' ship

    South mulls meeting N. Korean request to fuel artists' ship

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    She will be the first member of the ruling North Korean Kim family to visit the South since the end of the Korean War in 1953. North Korea has no willingness to meet with the United States officials during the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang that are scheduled to start on Friday.