• France's Macron threatens Syria strikes if chemical attacks proven
France's Macron threatens Syria strikes if chemical attacks proven

While U.N. officials say hundreds of thousands of people have been killed in the conflict, Syrian regime officials say the death toll is closer to 10,000. Critics who accuse Macron of inaction say he has not given a clear definition of whether use of chlorine would for him constitute a chemical attack.

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  • Trump wants to overhaul America's safety net
Trump wants to overhaul America's safety net

The rest of their benefits would be provided on electronic benefit cards as they are now. The package was described in the budget as consisting of "shelf-stable milk, ready to eat cereals, pasta, peanut butter, beans and canned fruit and vegetables".

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  • Dying Woman's Words Lead Deputies To Her Suspected Killers
Dying Woman's Words Lead Deputies To Her Suspected Killers

She said the teen was the oldest of three siblings, and leaves behind a brother and sister, Lopez said. The woman had crawled almost 100 yards - the length of a football field - to get to the road, where she had some chance of being seen by people in passing cars.

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  • Russian FM Accuses US of Seeking Long-Term Stay in Syria
Russian FM Accuses US of Seeking Long-Term Stay in Syria

Russian media said the contractors were part of pro-Assad forces that advanced on oil fields in the eastern Deir el-Zour province and were targeted by the United States. "Coalition officials were in regular communication with Russian counterparts before, during and after the thwarted, unprovoked attack ", Veale said.

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  • Regina snowboarder Mark McMorris takes bronze in men's slopestyle at Pyongchang
Regina snowboarder Mark McMorris takes bronze in men's slopestyle at Pyongchang

McMorris and Parrot were two of four Canadians in Sunday morning's finals, joined by Tyler Nicholson and Sebastien Toutant after impressive qualifying runs on Saturday. Eleven months ago Mark McMorris lay waiting for a rescue helicopter in the backcountry near Whistler, British Columbia, with a fractured jaw, a ruptured spleen, internal bleeding,...

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  • Plane carrying 71 people crashes near Moscow
Plane carrying 71 people crashes near Moscow

A rescue team has been sent to the scene. Instead, Abbas will meet with Putin in Moscow in the latter part of Monday, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told Russian news agencies. the windows shook". A light aircraft crashed in November in Russia's far east, killing six people on board. Some used snowmobiles and drones to assess the area.

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  • Winter storm causes chaos in US Midwest
Winter storm causes chaos in US Midwest

Winter weather across the United States over the last several days has killed several people in accidents in the Midwest since Monday , including six in Iowa, two in Missouri and one in Montana, local media in those states reported. Meteorologist Heather Orow, in Grand Rapids, Michigan, said the storm is "generally going to be an issue for trave...

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  • Newcastle rock Man Utd as Huddersfield win at last
Newcastle rock Man Utd as Huddersfield win at last

January signings Martin Dubravka and Islam Slimani could make their debuts, although Rafa Benitez might prefer more experienced players in this game, especially on the goalkeeper role. Gayle is bundled over by Smalling just inside the box! Little quality chances followed that, except for a foul on Dwight Gayle that should have been a penalt...

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  • NEC will finalise Zuma transition on Monday- Ramaphosa
NEC will finalise Zuma transition on Monday- Ramaphosa

He also saluted "such freedom fighters as Sheik Yusuf, Dr Abdullah Abdurahman, Cissy Gool, Alex La Guma, ZR Mahabane, Oscar Mpetha, Philip Kgosana, Ray Alexander, Dora Tamana, John Mtini, Reg September, Dullah Omar, Ben Turok, Annie Silinga, Essa Moosa, Johnny Issel, Jakes Gerwel, Archie Sibeko, Ashley Kriel and many others who were drawn from Cape...

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  • Hong Kong: 18 killed, 62 injured after bus overturns
Hong Kong: 18 killed, 62 injured after bus overturns

Photos and videos published by local media or posted on social media showed the bus lying on its side while emergency workers treat injured passengers. He also called on the government to address the issue of many drivers working overly long hours. In 2008, 18 people were killed in another bus crash.

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  • Heavy Rain For Part Of Weekend. Minor Flooding Possible
Heavy Rain For Part Of Weekend. Minor Flooding Possible

Larger rivers will rise Sunday-Tuesday causing localized flooding in low areas along the river banks. Two to 3 inches of rain will be possible in north Alabama over the weekend, according to the weather service. But we're still mostly in the "getting-out-dryness" stage rather than the "saturated-for-flooding" stage. Essentially, it's going to be ...

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  • Israel downs Iranian drone, strikes Syria; F-16 crashes
Israel downs Iranian drone, strikes Syria; F-16 crashes

Both were being treated at Rambam Hospital in Haifa. Iran also issued a joint statement alongside the Syrian regime's allies - Russian Federation and Lebanese militant group Hezbollah - denying the allegations regarding the drone . Israel has sought to avoid direct involvement in the Syrian war, but acknowledges carrying out dozens of air s...

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  • At least 18 dead after double-decker bus topples over in Hong Kong
At least 18 dead after double-decker bus topples over in Hong Kong

The latest crash is likely to revive concerns about the long working hours of bus drivers in Hong Kong. It was really chaotic in the bus. Photos and videos published by local media or posted by users on social media showed the gold-colored bus lying on its side while emergency workers treat injured passengers nearby.

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  • First gold goes to Sweden at #WinterOlympics
First gold goes to Sweden at #WinterOlympics

Champion Sweden's Charlotte Kalla (C), second placed Norway's Marit Bjoergen (L) and third placed Finland's Krista Parmakoski celebrate after the Ladies' 7.5km + 7.5km Skiathlon of Cross-Country Skiing at the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympic Games at the Alpensia Cross-Country Skiing Centre in PyeongChang , South Korea, on February 10, 2018...

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  • Renuka to move privilege notice to Prime Minister
Renuka to move privilege notice to Prime Minister

The Congress MP said, " I have chose to move privilege notice against prime minister. After Union Minister Kiren Rijiju mocked Renuka Chowdhury in a post shared on Facebook, the senior Congress leader today put up a motion for breach of privilege in the house against the incident.

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  • Modi heads to Palestinian territories to balance warming ties with Israel
Modi heads to Palestinian territories to balance warming ties with Israel

Describing India as a "very respected country in the worldwide arena", the 82-year-old Palestinian President said that India can have a possible role in creating a multilateral forum of negotiations between the Palestinians and Israelis to reach a final agreement.

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  • Turkey resumes Afrin operation in northern Syria
Turkey resumes Afrin operation in northern Syria

USA officials said on Thursday that the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), a US -backed militia force, had captured Alexanda Kotey and El Shafee Elsheikh, two of four militants known as the "Beatles" for their English accents. "We got the majority of the missiles we have from the black market in Idlib, Azaz, Al Bab and Jarablus", Mr Mahmoud said, nami...

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  • 2 deputies, 1 police officer shot in Georgia
2 deputies, 1 police officer shot in Georgia

Locust Grove Mayor Robert Price told Channel 2 Action News that 26-year-old Chase Maddox starting working at the department when he was 22 years old. The sheriff said the Locust Grove police officer had just arrived on the scene as backup when the shooting took place. The Georgia Bureau of Investigation has been notified and is en route to the ...

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  • Men in Blue eye history on Pink Day
Men in Blue eye history on Pink Day

Kohli wants his team to maintain their intensity having ensured that they can not lose the series by taking a 3-0 lead. Ganguly also mentioned the fact that none of the other Indian batsman has got a hundred on the tour, and that speaks volumes about Kohli's skills.

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  • Omarosa She Actually Was Fired from WH
Omarosa She Actually Was Fired from WH

In response, the White House reminded reporters at the daily briefing that Manigault Newman was sacked three times on "The Apprentice " - and once by the White House. "She had limited contact with the president while here, she has no contact now". "She has no contact now". "It was always about the country". "Like, what is he going to tweet next?...

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  • George W. Bush: Russians 'Meddled' in 2016 Election; Unclear They Changed Outcome
George W. Bush: Russians 'Meddled' in 2016 Election; Unclear They Changed Outcome

He added: "It's problematic that a foreign nation is involved in our election system". "The Russian government has made a project of turning Americans against each other, " Bush said during a forum in NY in October . Bush suggested that Putin is trying to restore the Soviet empire. Bush acknowledged the US immigration system is "broken" and ex...

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  • ANC Postpones Meeting With Zuma
ANC Postpones Meeting With Zuma

The ANC recently elected a new party President, Cyril Ramaphosa , who is tipped to take over as Zuma's successor. Reacting to media reports‚ the DA said it would not "hesitate to approach the courts to stop Ramaphosa" from granting Zuma immunity from prosecution.

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  • Trump's parade isn't about military respect; it's a ruse | Letters
Trump's parade isn't about military respect; it's a ruse | Letters

For instance, US Federal Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly wrote that the US military was to ignore Trump's ban . Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham told CNN that such a parade risks being "kind of cheesy and a sign of weakness" if it's all about showing off military hardware.

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  • Florida boy gets stuck inside claw machine
Florida boy gets stuck inside claw machine

The fire department said the event was "unexpected", but that the opportunity to "help people in their time of need [is] what draws people to public safety". Mason sat patiently with all the stuffed toys while firefighters took just five minutes to get him out. "We love a happy ending and are glad everything worked out", the Facebook post said.

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  • Cornell University Fraternity on Probation for 'Pig Roast' Sex Competition
Cornell University Fraternity on Probation for 'Pig Roast' Sex Competition

IFC Executive Vice President Luke Bianco told Metro, "The members of this institution, both those who participated in this practice and those who simply stood by and did nothing, are widely recognized as problematic", stating that the IFC recognizes "the advantage in maintaining their [ZBT] chapter in order to efficiently manage the distribution of...

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  • Breaking down Quay Walker to Georgia
Breaking down Quay Walker to Georgia

Walker stunned the crowd in attendance by reaching for and putting on a Tennessee hat, even some of his family members were in shock. With Walker committing Wednesday - along with 5-star cornerback Tyson Campbell , 4-star wide receiver Tommy Bush and 4-star outside linebacker Otis Reese - the Bulldogs have the No.

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  • Obama 'Needs to Know The whole lot We're Doing — FBI Texts
Obama 'Needs to Know The whole lot We're Doing — FBI Texts

President Donald Trump has claimed that recently released texts between two Federal Bureau of Investigation employees are a " bombshell ". Now, even more damage is being done. " Potus wants to know everything we're doing ", Page told Strzok in a text message dated Sept 2, 2016. Recent news reports have revealed that Peter Strzok a...

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  • Arsène Wenger: English players are the masters of diving now
Arsène Wenger: English players are the masters of diving now

But here, talkSPORT.com is more concerned with the present and tells you what you need to know about the north London derby. Welbeck hasn't played since picking up a hip injury at Bournemouth midway through last month but his return would provide Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette with further competition up top.

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  • There's another conservative memo going after the Trump dossier author
There's another conservative memo going after the Trump dossier author

Lindsey Graham, of SC, late Tuesday released a criminal referral they had sent to the Justice Department earlier this year asking for an investigation into the former spy, Christopher Steele. Steele's alleged lying "is relevant to his credibility as a source", Grassley and Graham said. "It did so based on Mr. Steele's personal credibility and pre...

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  • U.S. airstrike repels attack by Syrian regime-backed troops
U.S. airstrike repels attack by Syrian regime-backed troops

Syrian state television today said the US-led coalition against Daesh had bombed pro-Syrian government forces east of the Euphrates river in Deir ez-Zor province in eastern Syria, causing casualties, Reuters reported. Officials believe the attack was an attempt by pro-regime forces to take back land the SDF had liberated from IS fighters in Septe...

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