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The United States, France and Britain have accused Assad of attacking the Damascus suburb of Douma with chemical agents on April 7. It remains to be seen whether the strikes will actually stop Assad from using chemical weapons. "We're not cooperating with them in Syria". Nationalist songs were played and people waved flags. Some clapped their hands and danced, other drove in convoys, honking their horns in defiance.
  • US President Trump considers new deal on TPP

    US President Trump considers new deal on TPP

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    Officials in Japan, Australia and New Zealand reacted coolly Friday to Trump's remarks that he would be interested in joining the Trans-Pacific Partnership after rejecting it so publicly just a year ago. The pact, which was conceived as a counterweight to China's rising economic power in the region, had been negotiated under the Obama administration but never approved by Congress.
  • Mahindra Launches New Electric Car Brand - Automobili Pininfarina

    Mahindra Launches New Electric Car Brand - Automobili Pininfarina

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    Automobili Pininfarina is to be positioned as the world's leading luxury sustainable vehicle brand and will be led by CEO Michael Perschke, a veteran of the Volkswagen Group in India. Rimac stunned the world with another hypercar, called Concept_Two, or the C_Two Concept which has a claimed power out of 1,915bhp and goes from standstill to 100kmph in 1.98secs.
  • Ramaphosa: Winnie was left to tend to her own wounds

    Ramaphosa: Winnie was left to tend to her own wounds

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    Since her death April 2 at 81, many South Africans have fiercely stood up for Madikizela-Mandela's memory against critics who have characterized her as a problematic figure who was implicated in political violence after she returned from years of banishment in a rural town.
  • Russian ambassador calls Trump 'Adolf Hitler No. 2 of our time'

    Russian ambassador calls Trump 'Adolf Hitler No. 2 of our time'

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    Trump tweets warning after Russian Federation vowed it would shoot down any U.S. missiles fired at Syria . "Russia has trashed the credibility of the council", she added. Instead, it cited reports that 70 people who were sheltering in basements were killed , with 43 of the deaths "related to symptoms consistent with exposure to highly toxic chemicals".
  • Egypt army says 27 jihadists killed in Sinai operation

    Egypt army says 27 jihadists killed in Sinai operation

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    The statement said that a group of 14 terrorist elements (four of them with suicide belts), and all armed with automatic machine guns, tried to attack an armed forces camp in the middle of Sinai. The emergency decree was subsequently renewed in July and October 2017 and January 2018. More than 100 jihadists and at least 22 soldiers have been killed in the wider-ranging operation launched on February 9, according to army figures.
  • Boko Haram has kidnapped 1000 children so far

    Boko Haram has kidnapped 1000 children so far

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    Over 200 girls were reportedly kidnapped from their school - Government Secondary School, Chibok in Borno state in 2014. All of the girls have now been reunited with their families after they were freed by the terror group last month. He said that there was no reason to believe some of the girls may be dead. Five other Dapchi schoolgirls who remain unaccounted for are believed to have died at the hands of their captors.
  • Eurocontrol warns airlines of 'possible military action' in Syria

    Eurocontrol warns airlines of 'possible military action' in Syria

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    Trump had on April 9 warned of a quick, forceful response once responsibility for the Syria attack was established. "The Western coalition strikes targeted scientific research centres, several military bases, and the bases of the Republican Guard and Fourth Division in the capital Damascus and around it", said the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
  • Air Strikes Launched in Syria by UK, US and France

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    The seemingly limited strikes with no apparent future strategy for how to deal with the wider civil war was a cause for celebration by Assad supporters but criticized by the Syrian opposition. The US Navy's Arleigh Burke-class destroyers and Ticonderoga-class cruisers carry dozens of Tomahawk cruise missiles with a range of up to 2,500 kilometers (1,500 miles).
  • Hoylecohen LLC Buys New Position in Starbucks Co. (SBUX)

    Hoylecohen LLC Buys New Position in Starbucks Co. (SBUX)

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    The stock increased 2.49% or $2.75 during the last trading session, reaching $113.37. The shares were sold at an average price of $54.52, for a total value of $1,363,000.00. The firm has "Outperform" rating by Oppenheimer given on Friday, January 26. The value there would make it reasonable for the investors to decide the dimensions of Starbucks Corporation not at all like the standard sales or statistics of their aggregate resources.
  • US, Britain, France make case at United Nations for Syria strikes

    US, Britain, France make case at United Nations for Syria strikes

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    Guterres had termed the use of chemical weapons as "abhorrent", saying the suffering it causes is "horrendous". But Guterres said Syria today is the most serious, and "there is no military solution to the conflict". Russian U.N. Ambassador Vassily Nebenzia appealed for the United States , France and Britain to reconsider military action . Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says he has urged calm and efforts to restitute peace in Syria during separate calls this week with U.S.
  • Hart family left shortly after child services visited, neighbor told agency

    Hart family left shortly after child services visited, neighbor told agency

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    One of the children missing is 15-year-old Devonte Hart , whose photo hugging a police officer with tears streaming down his face during a protest went viral in 2014. Patricia Newman, 33, and her six children aged one to 13, moved in with her mum Dorothy after they were evicted from their previous home in Firgrove Walk, Cheltenham.
  • J&K to make death penalty must for raping minors

    J&K to make death penalty must for raping minors

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    Earlier, Mufti had expressed her anger over the incident while saying that the state government will bring a new law to make the death penalty mandatory for those who rape minors. A day after BJP forced its two Ministers to resign over supporting the accused in Kathua rape and murder case, J&K CM Mehbooba Mufti has hailed the decision in a cryptic tweet.