• Russia's patience with Ghouta militants not indefinite: Putin
Russia's patience with Ghouta militants not indefinite: Putin

Russian Federation had intended the truce window to allow civilians to evacuate the area, and for aid to flow in. TASS cited Zolotukhin as saying that rebels were continuing to shell the evacuation corridor from eastern Ghouta . State-run Anadolu news agency quoted Turkish presidential spokesman Ibrahim Kalin as saying Erdogan had asked for t...

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  • Slovakia journalist murder: Thousands attend protest vigils
Slovakia journalist murder: Thousands attend protest vigils

The murder of Jan Kuciak, whose reporting focused primarily links between businessmen and top Slovak politicians, was the first of a journalist in the country. The junior Most-Hid party said global investigators should be invited to join local police to aid transparency, and also called on Interior Minister Robert Kalinak, a close ally of Fico, who...

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  • North Korea will 'counter' any USA military exercises with South Korea
North Korea will 'counter' any USA military exercises with South Korea

North Koreans were reportedly spotted at chemical weapons facilities in the country. They are also expected to affirm the resumption of joint U.S. The U.N. "Hopefully, something positive can happen". The US State Department says the North may be working with Syria to help fund Pyongyang's nuclear and missile programs.

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  • National Security Adviser HR McMaster's job is in jeopardy
National Security Adviser HR McMaster's job is in jeopardy

U.S. President Donald Trump speaks on steel and aluminum tariffs during a meeting with industry leaders in the Cabinet Room of the White House on March 1, 2018 in Washington , DC. While chatter of McMaster's departure has persisted for months, there now appears to be a scaled-up effort to locate a replacement. Raj Shah, the principal deputy pre...

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  • 36 pro-Syrian government troops killed by Turkish air strike
36 pro-Syrian government troops killed by Turkish air strike

In strongly worded statements to two North Atlantic Treaty Organisation allies, Turkey's foreign ministry spokesman said a U.S. State Department appeal that Turkey "go back and read" the ceasefire resolution was unfounded, and he also denied that Paris had told Ankara that the truce also applied to its Afrin campaign.

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  • In the USA the shooting occurred at the University, has died
In the USA the shooting occurred at the University, has died

Police would not confirm a Detroit Free Press report that, according to sources, the officer and his wife were the suspect's parents, who were at the residence hall to pick up their son for spring break. Klaus said video at the dorm suggested that Davis had fled on foot after the shooting . Yet Yeagley said that when officers determined that t...

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  • Disruption across Europe as 'Beast from East' meets Storm Emma
Disruption across Europe as 'Beast from East' meets Storm Emma

Gatwick Airport: About 50 of the 350 flights due to depart from the terminal have been cancelled and there are also significant delays to other flights. Meanwhile, a Level 3 cold weather alert is in force for all of England for the coming days. Cloudy with further snow for most of the British isles.

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  • Trump trying to push Ivanka, Kushner out of White House?
Trump trying to push Ivanka, Kushner out of White House?

Federal investigators have reached out to Turkish nationals for information on Kushner through the Federal Bureau of Investigation's legal attache office in Ankara, NBC News said. Indeed, Kushner's foreign policy legacy was captured Friday by The Intercept, which examined his pursuit of an investment from Qatar officials in his Manhattan white el...

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  • Flights cancelled or delayed due to heavy snow
Flights cancelled or delayed due to heavy snow

Passengers whose flights have been cancelled have been warned not to travel to the airport. Aer Lingus has confirmed that all flights in and out of Ireland after 3pm today are cancelled until Saturday. Any passengers whose flights have been cancelled should not come to the airport. "However, due to weather disruption at other European airpo...

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  • Delta Might End All 'Politically Divisive' Group Discounts
Delta Might End All 'Politically Divisive' Group Discounts

The swift retribution for Delta came after it made a decision to stop offering travel discounts to NRA members, and asked the NRA to remove its name and company logo from its website. Some other companies have also ended discounts for NRA members since the February 14 shooting at a Florida high school that killed 17 students and teachers.

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  • Armenia Annuls Peace Accord With Turkey
Armenia Annuls Peace Accord With Turkey

His candidacy was suggested by Armenia's ruling Republican Party led by country's outgoing President Serzh Sargsyan . By launching the normalization process of relations with Turkey , Armenia was fully aware of the possible further developments, foreign minister Edward Nalbandian told a Security Council session after president Serzh ...

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  • Why the Irish border is a bugbear in Brexit negotiations
Why the Irish border is a bugbear in Brexit negotiations

The EU commission set out in minute detail how it wanted to arrange Britain's withdrawal, but key passages on avoiding new customs checks at the U.K.'s land border with Ireland made the 118-page draft impossible for May to support. The European Union's chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier insisted that the plan was not created to "provoke", a...

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  • Stoneman Douglas hockey team wins state championship
Stoneman Douglas hockey team wins state championship

The House Appropriations Committee's 23-6 vote in favor of the bill Tuesday followed more than four hours of emotional discussion with the parents of some of the 17 killed, and almost two weeks of activism by students on social media and in televised debates.

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  • Hack on German govt ongoing until Wednesday
Hack on German govt ongoing until Wednesday

The hacking appeared to have originated from the APT28 group, also known as Fancy Bear , which many experts think has ties with the Russian government, DPA reported. APT28, commonly known as FancyBear, has been blamed by both private cybersecurity companies and US intelligence agencies for carrying out attacks that target governments and politic...

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  • Girl killed as large explosion rocks Kabul
Girl killed as large explosion rocks Kabul

The area has a police station, customs offices and some guest houses, AP reported . Onlookers claimed that a person was also killed in the attack. "The attack again highlights the threat posed by terrorist and insurgent groups to the people of Afghanistan ".

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  • Eight Turkish soldiers killed, 13 wounded in Afrin operation in Syria: Army
Eight Turkish soldiers killed, 13 wounded in Afrin operation in Syria: Army

The dead included three members of the Syrian Kurdish YPG force, while the rest came from militias that support President Bashar al-Assad and entered Afrin last week to help repel a Turkish offensive, the Observatory said. A Syrian convoy of humanitarian aid has reached the northern district of Afrin, which has been the target of a Turkish offensiv...

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  • National Assembly adopts motion on land expropriation without compensation
National Assembly adopts motion on land expropriation without compensation

The ANC Women's League said it was excited, "irrespective of which political party tabled the motion, for the benefit of the landless masses who were displaced by the unjust laws of colonialism and apartheid ". DA lawmaker Thandeka Mbabama said expropriation without compensation "cannot be part of the solution", adding that it was a "lie peddle...

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  • Israeli police grill Netanyahu for the 8th time
Israeli police grill Netanyahu for the 8th time

Police issued no official confirmation that questioning was under way. The reports said Netanyahu tried to get favourable coverage on the Walla! news site owned by Shaul Elovitch, the controlling shareholder of Israeli telecommunications giant Bezeq, in exchange for policies benefitting Bezeq.

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  • Beijing lodges complaint with USA over bill promoting ties with Taiwan
Beijing lodges complaint with USA over bill promoting ties with Taiwan

China has reacted sharply to a bill passed by the US Senate on Wednesday aimed at promoting reciprocal visits by US and Taiwanese government officials at all levels. China has never renounced the use of force to bring the island under its control. "Since the U.S. is bound by domestic law to act on behalf of the island in that instance, it woul...

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  • Modi meets Jordan King
Modi meets Jordan King

Stressing that the core of a religion can not be inhumane, PM Modi also stated that terrorism had nothing to do with an individual's religion. "People who attack humanity in the name of religion don't understand that the biggest casualty of their attacks is the very religion that they claim to stand for", Modi said.

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