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The de-escalation zones will be in rebel-held territory in the northwestern province of Idlib, in parts of Homs province in the center, in the south, and in the opposition enclave of Eastern Ghouta near Damascus. The new deal was penned by Turkey, which backs the opposition, as well as Russian Federation and Iran, both supporters of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
  • Vinod Khanna's last rites carried out in Mumbai; Bollywood bids final adieu

    Vinod Khanna's last rites carried out in Mumbai; Bollywood bids final adieu

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    He passed away at 11.20 AM. In his last film Dilwale , he played the father of Shah Rukh Khan and Varun Dhawan's characters. Rishi wrote, "Shameful. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Finance minister Arun Jaitley, Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, cultural minister Vinod Tawde, former Congress MP from Mumbai Milind Deora, MPCC chief Ashok Chavan were amongst the politicians who paid respects to the actor over twitter .
  • After calls, Trump not to ditch NAFTA, yet

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    Trump puts great stock in the relationships he's building with his foreign counterparts, and has spoken extensively in recent weeks about the "chemistry" he says he built with Chinese President Xi Jinping after their talks earlier this month at Trump's private estate in Florida.
  • Titans reportedly looking to trade out of top five

    Titans reportedly looking to trade out of top five

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    It feels a lot like the Browns' approach, acknowledging that you can't be ideal in the draft and that accumulating picks is the best way to improve the odds of finding a gem. 18. So any move by Robinson likely will help net a pick to get back into that round. He also was first-team All-Pro as a rookie. The last time it happened the teams was still known as the Houston Oilers.
  • Elon Poll: 42 percent think Trump's doing a good job

    Elon Poll: 42 percent think Trump's doing a good job

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    None of those things have happened, but to be fair, he still has a bit of time, as the 100th day isn't until Saturday. On the economic front, Trump directed the United States' withdrawal from the Trans-Pacific Partnership and successfully intervened to keep a Carrier furnace-manufacturing plant in IN rather than it relocating to Mexico (though the jobs saved were fewer than what Trump claimed).
  • US Senator Tim Kaine Attends White House Briefing on North Korea

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    The Pentagon also previous year quietly realigned its efforts to counter weapons of mass destruction under U.S. Special Operations Command, rather than U.S. His spokesman, Mark Toner, said Wednesday that another tactic is getting nations around the world to close down North Korean embassies and consulates, or suspending them from global organizations.
  • Le Pen and Macron clash over fishing industry following 'battle of Whirlpool'

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    Some held banners reading "No Fatherland, No Boss, No Le Pen, No Macron ", referring to Le Pen's nationalist campaign and Macron's pro-business campaign. Students are holding demonstrations in front of some schools. The two politicians will face each other in a run-off on May 7. "In the coming years, we can manage only by making large savings thanks to the European Parliament and if we obtain additional transfers", FN treasurer Wallerand de Saint Just wrote in a note to Le Pen, according to ...
  • US wants to bring N.Korea back to 'path of dialogue'

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    An unidentified North Korean Foreign Ministry spokesman said the USA administration's policy to maximize pressure on North Korea was "little short of lighting the fuse of total war", the state news agency reported Tuesday. The US and South Korea are deploying the missile system in response to the ongoing development of North Korea's ballistic missile program. The message? The United States prefers diplomacy for addressing the growing threats posed by North Korea.
  • Venezuelan unrest continues as Maduro decides to quit OAS

    Venezuelan unrest continues as Maduro decides to quit OAS

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    In numerous big protests in Caracas in recent days, marchers aimed to converge on his office, but security forces firing tear gas and water cannons blocked the crowds. That includes 14 arrested journalists, their union said Tuesday. More than 100 journalists have been assaulted while covering the protests, it added, accusing the national guard of "harassing, beating and intimidating" reporters.
  • Imran Khan to hold protest rally to demand Nawaz Sharif's resignation

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    It would be including representatives from Intra Services Intelligence, Military Intelligence, Federal Investigation Agency, Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan and National Accountability Bureau. "Two senior SC judges [of the five-member bench] said the PM should be disqualified because he was no longer 'sadiq' and 'ameen' ", the PTI chief said, adding that any other ruler in another country would have stepped down after these "historic" remarks.
  • When will the taper talk begin — European Central Bank preview

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    New home sales were up 15.6 percent compared to March 2016. The pair has so far failed to maintain much momentum since the French election result produced a wave of relief across markets that helped to send Euro higher against its peers. The single currency had rallied against the dollar this week after Emmanuel Macron won the first round of the French election at the weekend, but retreated on Thursday.
  • Bomb attack hits USA base in eastern Afghanistan

    Bomb attack hits USA base in eastern Afghanistan

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    Defense Secretary James Mattis arrived in Afghanistan on Monday as President Donald Trump's administration looks to construct its strategy for the war-torn country. The attack happened on Friday at an army base near Mazar-e Sharif. General John Nicholson, the commander of USA forces in Afghanistan, said during a joint press conference in Kabul with Mattis on April 24 that he wouldn't dispute that Russia's involvement in the Afghan war includes Moscow providing weapons to the Tailban.