• More than 150000 flee Syria's Afrin
More than 150000 flee Syria's Afrin

Syria's regime has retaken two more towns in eastern Ghouta , a war monitor has said, pressing an offensive to capture the rebel enclave on the doorstep of Damascus. According to Syrian Civil Defence, also known as White Helmets, the organisation's first responders were unable to reach the wounded in several other towns in eastern Ghouta becau...

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  • Jersey Shore: Family Vacation gets wild and messy in first look trailer
Jersey Shore: Family Vacation gets wild and messy in first look trailer

The cast of Jersey Shore takes on the sun and sand of Miami in an official trailer for their reunion series, Jersey Shore: Family Vacation . Jersey Shore was a cultural phenomenon that introduced the world to some pretty iconic blowouts, constant fist-pumping, as well as the ubiquitous term GTL.

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  • When and where 'Beast from the East' will unleash heavy snow tomorrow
When and where 'Beast from the East' will unleash heavy snow tomorrow

Temperatures dipped to a low of -3.2C in Loftus, North Yorkshire, during the afternoon and strong winds made temperatures feel as cold as -7C or -8C for some. These warnings will begin at 4pm on Saturday and are due to extend to 9am on Sunday. FREEZING weather, snow and icy conditions have returned across the county in the last 24 hours, and fore...

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  • Russian Federation expels 23 British diplomats
Russian Federation expels 23 British diplomats

Johnson told the BBC that "we actually have evidence within the last 10 years that Russian Federation has not only been investigating the delivery of nerve agents for the purposes of assassination but has also been creating and stockpiling Novichok" - the type of nerve agent Britain says was used in the attack .

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  • Sen. Corker: Trump Likely to Quit Iran Nuclear Deal
Sen. Corker: Trump Likely to Quit Iran Nuclear Deal

President Trump once again used the social media platform, Twitter, to announce the major decision which, in spite of an expected outcome, still surprised many after Tillerson's statements that he had no plan to leave his job. "So I'm not sure that [ending the Iran deal] is gonna end up having a detrimental effect". While his predecessor, outgoing...

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  • Syria's war: Offensives on Afrin and Ghouta continue
Syria's war: Offensives on Afrin and Ghouta continue

According to the ICRC president, the official added that the situation in Eastern Ghouta has significantly degraded. The UN envoy said that Russian Federation and Jaish al-Islam held more meetings in the last few days, on the outskirts of Douma - the northernmost of the three opposition-controlled enclaves in Eastern Ghouta.

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  • Russian Federation compliments 'the wise position of West Jerusalem' in spy affair
Russian Federation compliments 'the wise position of West Jerusalem' in spy affair

In the absence of doubt over the outcome, the main focus of the election has become voter turnout - with the Kremlin seeking a strong mandate for Putin and Navalny calling for a boycott of polls he denounces as a sham. The British Council has also fallen victim to the escalating tensions, with Moscow on Saturday withdrawing its permission f...

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  • Haley slams Russian Federation over spy poisoning in Britain
Haley slams Russian Federation over spy poisoning in Britain

He and his daughter were found unconscious on a bench at a shopping center and remain in a critical condition following the attack. Johnson said the evidence of Russian guilt was "overwhelming" because only Moscow had access to the poison used and a motive for harming Skripal.

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  • Israeli military says carried out Gaza operation against attack tunnel
Israeli military says carried out Gaza operation against attack tunnel

It was the second attack on Israelis in Jerusalem and the occupied West Bank in three days and a sign of rising tensions. The embassy is due to be moved in May and will temporarily be hosted in the Jerusalem Al-Quds' Arnona neighborhood, recognized as occupied territory under global law, until another building is constructed.

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  • Yamuna Expressway Accident: 3 doctors from AIIMS killed
Yamuna Expressway Accident: 3 doctors from AIIMS killed

The deceased have been identified as Harshad Wankhede (34) who hailed from Maharashtra, Hem Bala (24) from Haryana and Yashpreet Singh (25) whose family is from Punjab, police said. Jitender Mourya from Hamirpur. The driver was also injured and admitted to AIIMS. A birthday celebration of one of the resident doctors of All India Institute of Med...

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  • Russian Federation expels British 'spies' after Salisbury poisoning attack
Russian Federation expels British 'spies' after Salisbury poisoning attack

The ministry also revoked its approval of the opening and operation of the British Consulate General in the Russian city of St. Petersburg, saying that "the British Council's activities are being ceased due to its unregulated status in the Russian Federation".

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  • Powerball jackpot-winning ticket sold in Pennsylvania
Powerball jackpot-winning ticket sold in Pennsylvania

With odds set at one in 292 million, the winning numbers were 22, 57, 59, 60, 66 and Powerball 7. In Michigan, eight tickets sold won $200 in the drawing. One of those players also played the Power Play option which increased their winnings to $2 million. That jackpot now stands at an estimated $377 million.

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  • After major NCAA upset, lunch is on Little Caesars on Monday
After major NCAA upset, lunch is on Little Caesars on Monday

Little Caesars promised to give out a free lunch combo before the game if "crazy happens", and now they plan to make good on that promise. It was something that had never been done before in the history of the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament , but there has to be a first time for everything, right? But the Cavs' loss is all of our gain, bec...

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  • Russian Federation expels 23 British diplomats in spy poisoning row
Russian Federation expels 23 British diplomats in spy poisoning row

The British National Security Council will meet early next week to consider the next steps after Saturday's expulsion announcement. Britain accuses Russian Federation of being responsible for the attack on Sergei Skripal and his daughter in Salisbury, southern England, but Russian Federation denies involvement and says Britain is to blame for...

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  • North Korean Minister to Visit Sweden Amid Summit Speculation
North Korean Minister to Visit Sweden Amid Summit Speculation

Ri is set to meet Swedish Foreign Minister Margot Wallstrom later Thursday or on Friday. "We can't rule out the possibility of a contact between the North and the US" during Ri's trip to Sweden , Yonhap quotes a Beijing source as saying.

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  • Ireland seal third Six Nations grand slam
Ireland seal third Six Nations grand slam

Eddie Jones' insisted England's decision to extend the dead-ball area at Twickenham had not backfired - despite Jacob Stockdale profiting from the extra space to score in Ireland's Six Nations victory on Saturday. Scotland's slim title hopes had been extinguished with defeat to Ireland last week but they propelled themselves up the table fr...

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  • Stormy Daniels' lawyer tweets a photo of her '60 Minutes' interview
Stormy Daniels' lawyer tweets a photo of her '60 Minutes' interview

Speaking on MSNBC's "AM Joy", Michael Avenatti said that Daniels' upcoming " 60 Minutes " interview will lend credibility to allegations that have been brushed aside by the White House. As seen in the below CNN video from The Lead with Jake Tapper , Avenatti spoke about additional women who have reportedly contacted the attorney with stories s...

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  • Evidence points towards Russian Federation on Salisbury attack, says Corbyn
Evidence points towards Russian Federation on Salisbury attack, says Corbyn

The latest criticism comes after Mr Corbyn accused the Prime Minister of "rushing way ahead of the evidence" for pointing the finger at Russian Federation over the Salisbury nerve agent attack. While not opposing those specific actions, Mr Corbyn's tone and reaction to those moves have cracked open Labour's political truce. The Labour lead...

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  • West asks Russian Federation to explain Skripal attack
West asks Russian Federation to explain Skripal attack

The UK has expelled Russian diplomats. "Something that should never, ever happen, and we're taking it very seriously, as I think are many others". Britain said the assistance in that case was not enough, and in 2016, a judge-led inquiry concluded that Putin had probably approved Litvinenko's murder, something Moscow denies.

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  • Alun Wyn Jones: Wales captain to stay at Ospreys on dual deal
Alun Wyn Jones: Wales captain to stay at Ospreys on dual deal

England , the Six Nations kings in both 2016 and 2017, could have regained second spot with a victory but instead suffered a third succesive defeat following away losses to Scotland and France as they were beaten at Twickenham for the first time under Australian coach Jones.

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