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Dyer: Deadly game continues as Turkey invades Syria

Dyer: Deadly game continues as Turkey invades Syria

Cavusoglu reiterated that a White House readout about a telephone conversation between Turkey's Erdogan and President Donald Trump was not an accurate account of the call. The group said that 28 c...

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Navalny arrested by police at Moscow rally

Navalny arrested by police at Moscow rally

Russian police have forced their way into the Moscow office of opposition leader Alexei Navalny and started questioning people, images broadcast online by Navalny's supporters showed. It was unclear...

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Camels disqualified from beauty contest allegedly for using Botbox

Camels disqualified from beauty contest allegedly for using Botbox

Good-looking camels are big business in that country. On a rocky desert plateau, the government has erected a permanent venue to host the headline events: races and show competitions with the 213 mill...

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Menendez decries 'racism' in Trump campaign ad after government shuts down

Menendez decries 'racism' in Trump campaign ad after government shuts down

Democrats who stand in our way will be complicit in every murder committed by illegal immigrants. Trump has repeatedly sought to paint immigrants as unsafe, talking about transnational gangs, suc...

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Bengaluru man slaps, thrashes, kicks minor son for 'lying'

Bengaluru man slaps, thrashes, kicks minor son for 'lying'

In a video which shames humanity, a man is seen brutally thrashing his son even as he sobs and yells in pain. According to local sources, the video was discovered after the boy's mother had given her ...

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Pakistan to rescue two European climbers stranded on mountain

Pakistan to rescue two European climbers stranded on mountain

Two Pakistani military helicopters began an operation Saturday to rescue the two European mountain climbers after they got stuck while trying to reach the peak of Nanga Parbat in Pakistan. It is...

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Update on Attack at Save the Children in Jalalabad, Afghanistan

Update on Attack at Save the Children in Jalalabad, Afghanistan

Investigations into the nature of the attack are ongoing and the motive can not yet be confirmed. "The security forces are clearing the building now", Khogyani said following the attack. Foreign aid w...

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Patrol plane sights Kiribati ferry survivors

Patrol plane sights Kiribati ferry survivors

The fishing boat was expected to reach the survivors mid-afternoon. Ashby said the dinghy appeared to be one of the two onboard the 17m inter-island ferry. The Rescue Coordination Centre of New Zeal...

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Israeli Opposition Calls for Recalling Poland Ambassador Amid Holocaust Bill Row

Israeli Opposition Calls for Recalling Poland Ambassador Amid Holocaust Bill Row

It is expected to easily pass in the Senate before being signed by the president. The country has long objected to the use of phrases like "Polish death camps", which suggest the Polish state in som...

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Andre Roberson stretched off court following injury

Anthony ended with 21 on the night, and scored his 25,000th on a free throw during the third quarter, which was part of a 15-0 run for the Thunder at the start of the second half. Roberson slipped whi...

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Stevie Nicks pays emotional tribute to Tom Petty

Stevie Nicks pays emotional tribute to Tom Petty

But not Tom . He was gonna go down that river. "Everybody has to keep really fighting because otherwise women, we will be swept under the carpet yet again and it will just start over". The 21-year-ol...

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United States has 'ironclad alliance' with South Korea, Mattis says

United States has 'ironclad alliance' with South Korea, Mattis says

He noted three unanimous United Nations Security Council Resolutions on North Korea. It is unlikely that Russian Federation will stop facilitating Kim Jong-un's nuclear wishes, as Russian Federation d...

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Trump allegedly attempted to fire Mueller in 2017

Trump allegedly attempted to fire Mueller in 2017

According to the Times , President Trump backed down after White House lawyer Don McGahn refused to carry out the president's order and threatened to quit. "I'm looking forward to it", Trump sa...

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Jeremy Corbyn's Holocaust Memorial Day Statement Missing Some Slightly Important Things

Jeremy Corbyn's Holocaust Memorial Day Statement Missing Some Slightly Important Things

Six million Jewish people were murdered during the genocide in Europe in the years leading up to 1945, and the Jews are rightly remembered as the group that Adolf Hitler's Nazi party most savagely p...

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J&K: Two killed in army firing in Shopian

J&K: Two killed in army firing in Shopian

Two youth were killed on Saturday after Army opened fire on protesters in Shopian district. The situation in Ganowpora and adjoining areas was tense when reports last came in. Locals alleged the stone...

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Israel agrees to sell 30 aging F-16 planes to Croatia

Israel agrees to sell 30 aging F-16 planes to Croatia

But Netanyahu's government downplayed New Delhi's vote at the United Nations before his six-day visit, and in India he appeared to salvage the missile deal in direct discussions with Prime Minister Na...

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Modi to visit Palestine, UAE, Oman from Feb 9-12

Modi to visit Palestine, UAE, Oman from Feb 9-12

The Modi government, however, made it clear that while India would continue to support the cause of Palestine, it would also seek to build stronger ties with Israel. India and Cambodia will build up o...

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Schumer kills deal that would protect Dreamers for wall funding

Following the weekend shutdown , Democrats and a few Republicans have stated that they will continue their battle to push a bill that would protect young illegal immigrants from deportation. " Th...

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US Slams North Korean Oil, Shipping with Fresh Sanctions

US Slams North Korean Oil, Shipping with Fresh Sanctions

The claim comes from South Korean foreign minister, Kang Kyung-Wha, who has been speaking to reporters on the fringes of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. But she cautioned that sust...

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Everything is coming up Roger Federer at Australian Open

Everything is coming up Roger Federer at Australian Open

It's by no means a certainty that he'll beat Cilic - competing in his third major final - though any hopes that the extra rest day would work in his favour faded quickly with Federer's quick dismi...

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Box Office Prediction of Padmaavat - It might be a Superhit

Box Office Prediction of Padmaavat - It might be a Superhit

Security personnel guard outside a cinema house after the release of the film Padmaavat in Delhi on Thursday. There is no doubt that this magnum opus film will have a good start as there's already...

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Mayon volcano emergency could last three months

Mayon volcano emergency could last three months

Since Monday, Phivolcs hoisted its Alert Level on the volcano from 3 to 4, meaning that the volcano was on the verge of a major disastrous eruption within days or even within hours. The 25-million cub...

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Four US citizens killed in January 20 attack on Kabul hotel

Four US citizens killed in January 20 attack on Kabul hotel

Afghanistan recorded the second highest number of attacks against aid workers worldwide in 2016, according to UK-based research group Humanitarian Outcomes. A 12-hour siege ended on Sunday. A White...

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NFL Mock Draft: Josh Allen goes to the Jets

NFL Mock Draft: Josh Allen goes to the Jets

For all Mayfield's flaws (both real and perceived), he's one thing that none of those quarterbacks are. "Family first. Always", Mayfield said. The 2017 Heisman Trophy victor is in Mobile, Alabam...

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David Davis attempts to ease Tory nerves over Brexit transition

Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar, whose economy has the most to lose in the European Union from a messy Brexit , agreed in Davos on the need for "a very close partnership". Jacob Rees-Mogg, the ne...

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