• Syrian troops retake Jordan border crossing

    Syrian troops retake Jordan border crossing

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    The Syrian regime on Friday reached a deal with rebels for the surrender of the remaining opposition-held cities and towns in the southern province of Daraa, the cradle of the uprising against Bashar al-Assad. Assad's Iran-backed allies are also fighting in the campaign, defying Israeli demands they keep out of the border area. The negotiating parties also agreed on regulating the status of militants, resumption of work of the Syrian authorities in the settlements, ensuring the return of ...
  • Thailand Cave Rescue on Pause After 4 Kids Are Saved

    Thailand Cave Rescue on Pause After 4 Kids Are Saved

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    The Thai Navy has finished the operation for today. The cave is a karstic cave complex under the Doi Nang Non mountain range that lies on the border between Thailand and Myanmar. The ambulances drove to a nearby helipad and a helicopter was seen taking off. They gave a deadline of 9:00 am to clear out, setting off a frenzy of moving and packing.
  • Mar-a-Lago Is Still Trying To Higher Foreign Workers

    Mar-a-Lago Is Still Trying To Higher Foreign Workers

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    The posting further revealed the commander-in-chief's club plans to pay a minimum of $12.68 an hour to the workers, who will be reportedly employed from October to the end of May. The Washington Post reported that Mar-a-Lago only placed two hard-to-find classified ads in tiny type for waiters with no phone number or email information.
  • The White House Has a New Senior Advisor - Katie Pavlich

    The White House Has a New Senior Advisor - Katie Pavlich

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    And conservative activist Larry Klayman, founder of Judicial Watch, told The Daily Beast , "I don't want so see the ghost of Roger Ailes running the White House communications operation". He also promised that after the election he would sue each and every one of his accusers for making false allegations. During the 2016 campaign, Trump denied all of the allegations and insisted they were attacks driven by his political opponents.
  • Japan doomsday cult leader behind deadly gas attack executed

    Japan doomsday cult leader behind deadly gas attack executed

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    Born Chizuo Matsumoto in 1955, Asahara founded Aum Shinrikyo , or Supreme Truth, in the mid-1980s. There have been several other deaths associated with the cult . He was visually impaired and attended a school for the blind, where he was known as a manipulative leader of other students, a role he continued with Aum Shinrikyo .
  • Trump Zeros in on Supreme Court Pick

    Trump Zeros in on Supreme Court Pick

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    But in recent days the White House has seen the pressure ebb, as Kavanaugh's defenders - most recently Alberto Gonzales, who served as attorney general under President George W. The judge had to meet with the Senate Judiciary Committee twice but was appointed to the court in 2016. Viewed warily by his party's conservative base, Trump has been keen to note that all of his picks have been vetted by conservative groups like the Heritage Foundation and the Federalist Society.
  • Search for source of second United Kingdom poisonings may take months

    Search for source of second United Kingdom poisonings may take months

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    Dawn Sturgess , 44, and Charlie Rowley , 45, fell ill on June 30 after being exposed to a military-grade nerve agent , Novichok, the same nerve agent that almost killed ex-Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter, Yulia. They returned later in the day when the man, Charlie Rowley , also fell ill. The man and woman poisoned on Wednesday are reportedly being treated at the same hospital where the Skripals were in intensive care months ago.
  • Ibrahimovic believes Sweden can beat England

    Ibrahimovic believes Sweden can beat England

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    Sweden supporters celebrate after their team won the round of 16 match between Switzerland and Sweden at the 2018 soccer World Cup in the St. Petersburg Stadium, in St. "Something about 99 times out of 100 they would beat us". Born in Boston, Lincolnshire, Barsley qualified to play for Scotland through her mother, Rosemary, but her father, Roger, is English.