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After the United States shot down a Syrian regime plane accused of bombing SDF near Tabqa on Sunday, the SDF threatened to retaliate against Syrian regime forces if attacks on them continue and Russian Federation has announced it will track and target any airborne vehicles that pass west of the Euphrates.
  • Gamescom 2017 Will Be Opened by German Chancellor Angela Merkel

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    Gerald Böse, president and CEO of Gamescom organiser, Koelnmesse GmbH, said, "The participation of the Chancellor is a sign of great appreciation for us". Organizers at the Federal Association of Interactive Entertainment Software claim the move is a sign of recognition, and one that "underlines the importance of the games industry for the cultural, digital and business location of Germany".
  • Muslim girl assaulted, murdered after leaving United States mosque

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    Police in the USA state of Virginia have found the remains believed to be of a 17-year-old Muslim girl who was assaulted near a mosque before disappearing. We don't hate anybody because of religion or color. Abas Sherif, a spokesman for the victim's family, said Nabra and all the other girls in her group were wearing Muslim head coverings and loose Islamic robes when the driver approached.
  • Fidget spinners named among possible summer hazards for kids

    Fidget spinners named among possible summer hazards for kids

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    Unfortunately the Frankenstein fidget-car-spinner struggles to pick up enough momentum to rival its palm-sized inspiration, but that's probably a good thing considering how unsafe the whole ordeal looks. As fun and frugal as buying toys and kids' items on Craigslist or your local "mama swap" Facebook group might be, do not forget to check items for outstanding recalls before you buy or sell them.
  • MI airport evacuated after police officer seen bleeding from neck

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    Authorities also gave more details about Ftouhi's movements before he tried to murder Lt. Jeff Neville by stabbing him in the neck. It's unclear why Ftouhi made his way to Flint, but around 9 a.m. "We want to send a message that this is important", Neville said at the time. "I would see him at least once a month, when he paid his rent", said Luciano Piazza.
  • Wounded Rep. Steve Scalise out of intensive care

    Wounded Rep. Steve Scalise out of intensive care

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    Rep. Steve Scalise, the lawmaker injured last week in a shooting, is out of the intensive care unit at the hospital he's being treated at, according to multiple media outlets. " Congressman Steve Scalise continues to make good progress". With many players on both teams wearing hats to honour Scalise, the game was won by the Democrats , 11-2, but they loaned the trophy to the Republicans until Scalise is better.
  • Islamic militants occupy Philippine school, take hostages

    Islamic militants occupy Philippine school, take hostages

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    Members of the Bangsamoro Islamic Freedom Fighters (BIFF) on Wednesday attacked Pigcawayan town in North Cotabato and took five civilians as hostages. Two government militiamen were wounded in the fighting, which forced almost 1,000 residents to flee their homes in Malagakit and two other villages in the town of Pigcawayan in North Cotabato province, 896 kilometres south of Manila , he added.
  • Indiana Democrats, Republicans React To Senate Health Bill

    Indiana Democrats, Republicans React To Senate Health Bill

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    It's a massive transfer of wealth from middle-class and poor families to the richest people in America. Can the Senate pass its version of the health care bill before July 4? "It's simply not the answer", the Nevada Republican said at a news conference alongside Nevada Gov.
  • Sinn Fein: UK government 'going through the motions' in powersharing talks

    Sinn Fein: UK government 'going through the motions' in powersharing talks

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    Sir Jeffrey said more money for schools and hospitals in Northern Ireland was in play, but claims the DUP was insisting on £1bn for the health service with a further £1bn for infrastructure projects were "wide of the mark". "The talks became so strained in the past few days that the DUP negotiators in Belfast refused to pick up the phone to the prime minister's team for 36 hours", reports the Daily Telegraph .
  • Five dead 'after being electrocuted at water park'

    Five dead 'after being electrocuted at water park'

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    In the panic bystanders and park staff flushed the pool's water away whilst others turned off the electricity supply to the facility. The five, believed to be all Turkish, were taken to hospital but could not be saved. Anadolu said a sixth person was also hospitalized with injuries but did not provide further details. An investigation is reportedly under way. Sky News reported that Turkish officials said there was no residual current device (RCD) at park after inspecting the scene.
  • On 3rd International Yoga Day PM Modi joined 51000 Yoga enthusiasts

    On 3rd International Yoga Day PM Modi joined 51000 Yoga enthusiasts

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    Apart from the Prime Minister Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, Union Minister Venkaiah Naidu, and NDA's Presidential candidate also participated in the celebrations. Yoga, he stressed, has the power of health insurance at zero cost. "There was a time when Yoga was only practiced by sages in the Himalyas but now it has become a part of everyday life of people", he added.