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In a joint statement , the relief organization Syrian American Medical Society and Douma's civil defense service said 49 people died in the attack. After Trump a year ago authorized a strike on Syria, based on reports of a chemical attack in Khan Shaykhun, Macron also announced that France might consider unilateral actions, including a military strike, if chemical weapons are ever used in Syria again.
  • James Paxton: Bald Eagle Whisperer

    James Paxton: Bald Eagle Whisperer

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    Maybe the eagle thought Paxton was a tree. The series finale between the Seattle Mariners and the Minnesota Twins has been postponed because of wintry weather. Give credit to one member of the Seattle Mariners for remaining calm. "I form of ducked it so it would not fly into my face". He struck out seven batters and allowed two runs on four hits.
  • Syrian airbase near Homs hit by air strikes, state TV says

    Syrian airbase near Homs hit by air strikes, state TV says

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    According to Syrian Digital Media, up to twenty cruise missiles may have been fired at the Syrian military's T-4 airbase in eastern Homs province on the night of Sunday to Monday. No Russian military men were injured as a result of the attack. "President Putin, Russia and Iran are responsible for backing Animal Assad. Big price to pay", he said.
  • Jeremy Corbyn ignores Hamas' role in Gaza riots

    Jeremy Corbyn ignores Hamas' role in Gaza riots

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    The Foreign Secretary used a Sunday Times article to accuse the Labour leader of lending "false credibility" to Moscow by not blaming the Russian state unequivocally over the Salisbury nerve agent attack . She told BBC Radio 4's The World This Weekend: "I don't think anybody really now disputes that there are problems within the Labour party - of course I would dispute hotly that they are worse than anywhere else or than other political parties - but that doesn't alter the fact that we have ...
  • U.S. 'not involved' in strike on Syrian airfield near Homs

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    Syria's air defenses fired back and shot down eight missiles, the reports said. State-run news agency SANA said the attack was on the military airfield near the city of Homs in the early hours of April 9. "We call on the supporters of the regime, Russian Federation and Iran, to use their influence to prevent any further attack and ensure a cessation of hostilities", in line with UN Security Council resolution 2401, it said.
  • Grows Holdings in Enbridge (NYSE:ENB)

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    ENB underperformed the S&P500 by 37.68%. Mackenzie Financial Corp now owns 36,258,925 shares of the pipeline company's stock valued at $1,418,087,000 after buying an additional 32,191,347 shares during the last quarter. The stock has "Buy" rating by Cowen & Co on Monday, September 11. The firm has "Outperform" rating by Keefe Bruyette & Woods given on Wednesday, October 14.
  • CWG 2018: Jitu wins gold in shooting, silver for Mehuli

    CWG 2018: Jitu wins gold in shooting, silver for Mehuli

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    Mehuli Ghosh, at just 17 years of age, took silver in the women's 10m air rifle event while Chandela won Bronze. However, Ghosh, a bronze medallist in her maiden ISSF World Cup outing in Mexico last month, produced a better performance to topple her more experienced compatriot.
  • McMurray avoids misfortune to score season-high third at Texas

    McMurray avoids misfortune to score season-high third at Texas

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    With most cars only making one Q lap it's hard to tell exactly if the cars are starting where they should be, with several drivers making that point during interviews on Saturday. The biggest thing to look at is that in all the sessions run so far, the tires did not fall off almost that much no matter the temps and so long run speed will be king for the race especially since there have only been an average of 38 caution laps in each of the last four races at Texas.
  • Israeli fire kills Palestinian at Gaza border, with more protests ahead

    Israeli fire kills Palestinian at Gaza border, with more protests ahead

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    A total of 30 Palestinians have now been shot dead since the start of the protests on March 30, when tens of thousands took to the border area with Israel , demanding the right of return for Palestinian refugees. The Gaza Strip has been under an Israeli blockade since June 2007. "Having just returned from Gaza and witnessed the fast deteriorating situation, I despair at the level of worldwide indifference".
  • Mentally-challenged woman locks self and minor son in home, rescued

    Mentally-challenged woman locks self and minor son in home, rescued

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    Audio obtained from the incident shows Monroe County deputies responding around 8:15 p.m. "She went into depression after her husband passed away and was locked for a year with her son". He went to Barclay Elementary, where support specialists will be available to students on Saturday and Monday. We're told Mouhib worked for Rochester Regional Health from January 2016 to January 2017.
  • France to host reformist Saudi crown prince on global tour

    France to host reformist Saudi crown prince on global tour

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    On Tuesday, the crown prince will meet with Macron at the Élysée Palace, when the two men are expected to discuss a range of issues, including Syria, the war in Yemen and Iranian influence in the region. The crown prince arrived from his three-week tour of the USA, which finished in Houston where he met former Presidents George H.W. Bush and George W.
  • Train runs without engine for 10 km in Odisha, passengers safe

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    The incident took place late Saturday night after the engine of Ahmedabad-Puri Express was detached at Titlagarh station in Odisha for attachment at the other end of the train. Authorities believe that brakes normally applied when carriages are detached or attached to an engine were either incorrectly used or overlooked altogether.
  • Syria attack: Trump blames Russia, Iran for 'backing Animal Assad'

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    The prisoners were released early on Monday as part of an evacuation deal reached between the Syrian government and Jaish al-Islam terrorists. Government forces launched a crushing offensive in February and March on eastern Ghouta capturing dozens of towns and villages forcing thousands of opposition fighters to surrender and evacuate the area toward Syria's north.
  • Facebook reveals NZers data accessed by Cambridge Analytica

    Facebook reveals NZers data accessed by Cambridge Analytica

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    The firm is also set to put out a notice on privacy protection to all its 2.2 billion users, which will show individuals what apps are linked to their account and what information has been shared with those apps. "I know that Facebook is now starting to take steps to rectify that and start to find out who had access to it and where it could have gone, but ultimately it's not watertight to say that, you know, we can ensure that all the data is gone forever", he said.
  • No toxic agents found by Red Crescent specialists in Syria's Douma

    No toxic agents found by Red Crescent specialists in Syria's Douma

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    In response to the reports from Douma, Trump on Sunday blamed Syrian government forces for what he called a "mindless CHEMICAL attack ". Trump, who blamed Russia , Iran and former President Obama for not stopping "Animal Assad" in a tweet Sunday, suddenly announced last week that he intends to pull United States troops out of Syria "very soon".
  • Liberated Paul Pogba is the solution for Jose Mourinho

    Liberated Paul Pogba is the solution for Jose Mourinho

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    Yet Jose Mourinho's men rallied remarkably. Despite going down twice in the first half to Vincent Kompany and Ilkay Guendogan's efforts, United picked bounced back after the restart with Paul Pogba netting a brace before Chris Smalling weighed in with the match-winning goal.
  • Kansas lawmakers break off school funding talks

    Kansas lawmakers break off school funding talks

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    GOP leaders in the home said they have been expecting to get their own room go a brand new plan that's close to a the room passed sooner to phase in a approximately £ 520 million increase in education funding over five years. Supporters believe the annual growth in tax revenues will cover the new spending. The Senate did not take up the tax invoice till late Saturday night time, and a few lawmakers grew more and more nervous.
  • Syria says suspected United States missiles fired at air base; Washington denies strike

    Syria says suspected United States missiles fired at air base; Washington denies strike

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    Israel has struck Syrian army locations many times in the course of the conflict, hitting convoys and bases of Iranian-backed militias that fight alongside Syrian President Bashar al Assad's forces. "They agreed to exchange information on the nature of the attacks and coordinate a strong, joint response". In April 2017, the USA fired 59 Tomahawk cruise missiles at Syria's Shayrat military airfield in response to a chemical weapons attack on a different rebel-held town, Khan Sheikhoun.