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For the militant rebel fighters, do they believe their struggle and continued resistance is still worth the price they and the civilians are being forced to pay by the Syrian government? The Russian Foreign Ministry went on to insinuate that the USA military is shielding terrorist as a means to attack the Assad government in Syria directly.
  • Hockey bus crash survivors hold hands in hospital

    Hockey bus crash survivors hold hands in hospital

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    The Broncos were about 20 minutes away from their destination at the time of the crash. The bus was carrying the Humboldt Broncos of the Saskatchewan junior hockey league to the town of Nipawin for a playoff game. I can't even imagine being a parent or the wife or the kids at home and going through something like this. Brent Stark, owner and president of the Wolverines, said this is a tragedy in the hockey community.
  • Lamb Weston expands leadership role of Mike Smith

    Lamb Weston expands leadership role of Mike Smith

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    Tower Research Capital LLC TRC increased its position in Lamb Weston by 844.0% during the fourth quarter. Garde Capital Inc. now owns 7,000 shares of the specialty retailer's stock valued at $395,000 after buying an additional 1,300 shares during the last quarter.
  • Trump says China will take down trade barriers, deal on IP -Tweet

    Trump says China will take down trade barriers, deal on IP -Tweet

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    President Donald Trump is suggesting China will ease trade barriers "because it is the right thing to do" and Washington and Beijing can settle disputes that have rattled financial markets, consumers and businesses. Patrick Delaney, a spokesman for the American Soybean Association, told The New York Times his group was working to stop the tariffs from taking effect.
  • Russian envoy in London asks for meet with UK Foreign Secretary

    Russian envoy in London asks for meet with UK Foreign Secretary

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    The Russian Embassy in London on Saturday requested a meeting with Britain's Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson regarding the investigation regarding the poisoning death of a former Russian double agent, embassy's press service said . Whitehall sources said Russian foreign minister Sergey Lavrov had turned down the chance for discussions and dismissed the embassy's move as the "latest in a series of Russian disinformation attempts".
  • Dozens killed in 'poison gas attack' near Syrian capital

    Dozens killed in 'poison gas attack' near Syrian capital

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    The alleged attack in the town of Douma occurred Saturday night amid a resumed offensive by Syrian government forces after the collapse of a truce. A new, confirmed chemical attack in Syria would pose a dilemma for President Trump, who ordered military strikes on a Syrian air base after the chemical attack past year but has more recently said he wants to get the United States out of Syria .
  • Dozens killed in chemical attack near Syrian capital

    Dozens killed in chemical attack near Syrian capital

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    Volunteer rescue force the White Helmets tweeted graphic images showing several bodies in basements. It reported a death toll from suffocation of more than 40. The strikes of the regime of President Bassar al-Assad killed 70 civilians in twenty-four hours in eastern Ghouta , the ultimate rebel pocket at the gates of Damascus, according to the OSDH.
  • UK Refusal to Issue Visa for Viktoria Skripal Politically Motivated

    UK Refusal to Issue Visa for Viktoria Skripal Politically Motivated

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    The Foreign Office confirmed it had received the request for ambassador Alexander Yakovenko to meet Johnson, but called the request a diversionary tactic. The broadcaster says it can't verify the recording's authenticity. Britain blamed Russian Federation for the March 4 nerve agent attack on Skripal and his daughter.
  • 'Horrifying' reports of Syria chemical weapons attack

    'Horrifying' reports of Syria chemical weapons attack

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    It said the death toll is likely to rise. Elsewhere in Syria, a bomb exploded in the Aleppo town of al-Bab, which is controlled by Turkey-backed opposition fighters, killing nine people and wounding 15, according to the activist media collective Aleppo Media Center.
  • Palestinian journalist shot dead in Gaza

    Palestinian journalist shot dead in Gaza

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    The goal of the " March of Return " protests , Palestinians say, is to cross the border fence and return to their lands, which became part of Israel seven decades ago. Israel has blamed Gaza's Hamas government for the violence. In one camp near the border community of Khuzaa, smaller groups of activists moved closer to the fence after Muslim noon prayers.
  • Easter Sanctions: US Sanctions Of Russian Oligarchs

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    As a result of the punishment, all assets of the designated persons and entities that are subject to USA jurisdiction are frozen, and U.S. persons are generally prohibited from dealing with them. The move targets Russia's elite and people in President Vladimir Putin's inner circle. He is also said to be involved in intimidation of business rivals, illegal wiretapping, money laundering, extortion, and racketeering.
  • Journalist shot by Israeli Army succumbs to his injuries

    Journalist shot by Israeli Army succumbs to his injuries

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    Numbers were down from the previous Friday, when tens of thousands approached the border in demonstrations that saw Israeli forces kill 19 Palestinians, making it the bloodiest day in Gaza since a 2014 war. "The IDF wishes to emphasize that approaching the security fence is a unsafe act", said the IDF in a press release on Wednesday . Gaza's shadowy Hamas strongman, Yehiyeh Sinwar, told a cheering crowd in one of the protest camps Friday that a border breach is coming.
  • New Facebook feature coming up - Unsend messages you sent earlier

    New Facebook feature coming up - Unsend messages you sent earlier

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    And earlier this week, Zuckerberg said the number of users impacted by the data scandal may be as high as 87 million, well above the previous estimate of 50 million . The brand claims that they are not responsible for any use of leaked data as they have never had access to the data gathered or stored by Cambridge Analytica.
  • Rusty's Forecast - Record cold on the way tonight!

    Rusty's Forecast - Record cold on the way tonight!

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    Louis. Light snow will develop well south of us late Friday night through Saturday morning. More rain chances move into the forecast, though low, for Tuesday morning and Thursday afternoon. "We are looking for at least a mix of precipitation", Gilstead said, though it probably won't include freezing rain. Wind gusts up to 40-50 miles per hour possible in the Outer Banks.