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According to Syria's United Nations ambassador, Bashar Ja'afari, more than 40,000 civilians left eastern Ghouta in a single day through a new security corridor opened by the government in the city of Hamouria. Soldiers were seen in the footage, but there were no signs of local or global aid groups. They have accused the factions of preventing residents from leaving, which the fighters deny.
  • Little Caesars to Offer Free Pizza After UMBC Upset of Virginia

    Little Caesars to Offer Free Pizza After UMBC Upset of Virginia

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    Their victory wasn't just historic - but it earned you a free pizza lunch. Long live free pizza and glorious March Madness upsets. The company also says that if the order comes after 1 p.m., even if you're in line at 1, you're out of luck, not unlike Virginia, the top-seeded team that fell Friday night.
  • Russian Federation summons British ambassador to foreign ministry

    Russian Federation summons British ambassador to foreign ministry

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    Former double agent Sergei Skripal, 66, and his daughter Yulia, 33, were found unconscious on a bench in the genteel city of Salisbury on March 4 and remain in hospital in a critical condition. Russian Federation has complained that Britain has failed to provide any evidence of its involvement in the Salisbury attack and has said it is shocked and bemused by the allegations.
  • Conte says Chelsea loss to Barca was 'unfair'

    Conte says Chelsea loss to Barca was 'unfair'

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    The Chelsea manager - usually stern and no-nonsense - hugged the Barcelona genius with a smile indeed on his face after Messi single-handedly sent the Premier League side out of the competition. "Last season we were very good to reach the final at Wembley". Marcos Alonso nearly scored for Chelsea in one minute of first half added time only to see his well taken free-kick come off the post .
  • Russian Federation summons British ambassador over spy poisoning dispute

    Russian Federation summons British ambassador over spy poisoning dispute

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    The ministry also declared it was closing the British Consulate General in St Petersburg and the British Council in Russian Federation, in a step beyond the measures taken by Britain. The announcement came after the British ambassador to Russia, Laurie Bristow , was summoned to the foreign ministry in Moscow . Meanwhile, U.K.
  • The UK Is Forcefully Responding to Russia's Chemical Attack On Their Soil

    The UK Is Forcefully Responding to Russia's Chemical Attack On Their Soil

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    The foreign ministry there said on Thursday morning it was still working on its response to the British measures, labelling London's accusations against the Russian state "insane". "Not a single British media outlet will work in our country if they shut down Russia Today (RT)", the state-run RIA news agency cited Maria Zakharova as saying on state television.
  • Trump prefers 'see-through' wall, views prototypes in California

    Trump prefers 'see-through' wall, views prototypes in California

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    Laura Molina, who was there to protest Trump's visit , said she was scared because there were about 50 sheriff's deputies in the area. "Maybe more than that". "I think Governor Brown has done a very poor job running California", Trump said. "We call on ALL organizations who stand against fascism, imperialism, capitalism, racism and all forms of hatred to join this action!" A Government Accountability Office report previous year said U.S.
  • US, Germany, France United in Rebuke of Russia Over UK Attack

    US, Germany, France United in Rebuke of Russia Over UK Attack

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    London says the Russian state is responsible for trying to kill Sergei Skripal a former Russian intelligence officer who betrayed dozens of agents to Britain's MI6 with Novichok, a lethal nerve agent developed by the Soviet military. Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn called the attack "an appalling act of violence" but said, "Russian authorities must be held to account on the basis of the evidence".
  • Officials identify 4 victims killed in Miami bridge collapse

    Officials identify 4 victims killed in Miami bridge collapse

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    State officials revealed on Thursday night that the university's bridge-build team, which included MCM and the Tallahassee-based Figg Bridge Group, had hired a third-party company to conduct an independent, secondary design review of the project, and that that contractor was not pre-qualified by the Florida transport department to do the work.
  • Bansky's latest NYC mural protests artist's imprisonment

    Bansky's latest NYC mural protests artist's imprisonment

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    It seems somebody has added a signature tag to his artful protest of the imprisonment of a Turkish artist and journalist. Dogan was sentenced to almost three years in jail for painting a the town of Nasybin laid waste by the Turkish after a battle with Kurdish forces.
  • Korean para Nordic skier thanks his mother for Paralympic gold

    Korean para Nordic skier thanks his mother for Paralympic gold

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    The Belarusian biathlon team took fourth place in the medla table for biathlon in Pyeongchang (one gold, two silver, three bronze medals), trailing only Ukraine (14 medals), Russian Federation (11), and the U.S. Ukraine stands a solid chance of surpassing 20-plus medals at these Games. The operation left her with no time to get into training for the Paralympics .