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SC's fate was different. Migrants from West Africa are being openly traded in "public slave markets " across Libya. The International Organization for Migration ( IOM ) is sounding the alarm today after its staff in Niger and Libya documented over the past weekend shocking testimonies of trafficking victims from several African nations, including Nigeria, Ghana and the Gambia.
  • White House Sees No Way for Syria's Assad to Stay in Power

    White House Sees No Way for Syria's Assad to Stay in Power

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    But Syria has denied using any chemical agents and Russian Federation says the USA has failed to provide evidence Syria has chemical weapons. It remains unclear, however, whether the United Kingdom would go any further than offering verbal and diplomatic support if the US takes further military action against Syria.
  • 'Blue Alert' issued by Newcomberstown Police, police officer mis

    'Blue Alert' issued by Newcomberstown Police, police officer mis

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    The Times-Reporter of Dover-New Philadelphia reports the officer was shot in the chest and arm and was wearing a ballistic vest. The officer is in good condition. The Tuscarawas County Sheriff's Office told FOX 8 Gillilan was a suspect in the shooting. They are armed with a shotgun and handguns, the attorney general's office said.
  • United Kingdom urges Putin to end support for 'toxic' Assad

    United Kingdom urges Putin to end support for 'toxic' Assad

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    Assad "has changed very much" and Mr. Tillerson said "steps are underway" to organise a coalition to remove him from power. "Now is the right moment to talk about how we can push for a peace process in Syria within the worldwide community - with Russian Federation, with Iran, with Saudi Arabia, with Europe, with the United States", he said as he arrived.
  • Uber Smartphone Apps Provisionally Banned in Italy

    Uber Smartphone Apps Provisionally Banned in Italy

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    In Italy , the cab companies got a much better outcome when a court banned Uber from having a presence in the country, Reuters reports. Don't count on taking an Uber from Prati to Trastevere anytime soon - or anywhere else in the entire country of Italy , for that matter.
  • Student, teacher killed in US classroom shooting

    Student, teacher killed in US classroom shooting

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    Police suspect 53-year-old Cedric Anderson of carrying out the shooting at North Park Elementary, which left his estranged wife, Karen Smith , 53, and an 8-year-old student in her special-needs class dead. The woman said she could see her daughter on the other side of the fence and said she was "crying" as she held hands with her classmates. Arianna Mejia's mom said her daughter was told she was going on a field trip by her teacher to shield her from the horror at school.
  • Obama to join Merkel at Protestant gathering in Berlin

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    Former US Barack Obama (left) formed a close working relationship with German Chancellor Angela Merkel during his tenure. It is unclear if Merkel, who the media has called the new leader of the free world since Trump assumed office, will attend the summit.
  • India warns Pakistan against executing retired naval officer

    India warns Pakistan against executing retired naval officer

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    A Pakistani statement described Jadhav, who allegedly used the alias Hussein Mubarak Patel, as an Indian Naval officer attached to the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW). "I would caution the Pakistan government to consider the consequences for our bilateral relationship if they proceed on this matter", she said, pointing out that there was no evidence of any wrongdoing by the alleged spy.
  • US open to further action on Syria: White House

    US open to further action on Syria: White House

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    He also noted that the future of Syria looks bleak if Assad is not removed from power. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson addresses the chemical attack in Syria. had concluded that Russian Federation knew about the chemical-weapons attack in advance. "It's one to make sure that we destabilise Syria". Spicer described Syria's subsequent use of the field for takeoffs as "a PR stunt", adding that the base's radar, refueling facilities and more than 20 percent of Syria's overall fleet of ...