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Chris Doyle, the director of the Council for Arab-British Understanding, told Al Jazeera that the agreement is a move forward, "but there are so many spoilers in this ". In essence, the belligerents themselves will be tasked with upholding their commitments to the de-escalation agreement. But one part of the Eastern Ghouta zone, Qaboun, is exempt from the deal, Defence Ministry official Lieutenant-General Sergei Rudskoi said on Friday.
  • Significance & Importance of the Day You

    Significance & Importance of the Day You

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    She doesn't need to ask me to be great, I just know it's my responsibility to not let her down. Mother , this is your special day and now that I'm a teenager, you realize that I have the same needs as I did as an infant. Finally in 1911 saw Mother's Day as an official holiday. "So how about another one?" she said, throwing her hands up. It is God who created the family , and who has ordained it as the first institution for the education and edification of children.
  • Czech PM to submit government resignation in 2nd half of May

    Czech PM to submit government resignation in 2nd half of May

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    The fact that the regular general election is scheduled for October 20-21 would play into Zeman's hands, especially in a situation where he would stage a series of separate meetings with all candidates for ministers. Czech Finance Minister Andrej Babis said on Tuesday that German Chancellor Angela Merkel bore responsibility for the attack on a Berlin Christmas market and that migrants had "no place" in Europe.
  • Ian Brady Moors murderer dies aged 79

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    Hindley died aged 60 in 2002. The serial killer, 79, who had been using the name Ian Stewart-Brady, was a patient at Ashworth Hospital on Merseyside where had been receiving palliative care. In February this year he was refused permission for another court bid to be transferred to prison. He told The Sun: "I would beg him to do the right thing on his deathbed and tell us where Keith is".
  • North Korea claims new missile can carry "large" nuke

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    It was launched from the same site where North Korea fired two mystery missiles that some analysts thought could have been intercontinental ballistic missiles capable of reaching the mainland United States. It was test-fired at a steep angle, reaching an altitude of more than 1,300 miles, according to North Korean state media. In April it put dozens of missiles on show at a giant military parade through the streets of Pyongyang.
  • North Korea claims new missile can carry "large" nuke

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    It was launched from the same site where North Korea fired two mystery missiles that some analysts thought could have been intercontinental ballistic missiles capable of reaching the mainland United States. It was test-fired at a steep angle, reaching an altitude of more than 1,300 miles, according to North Korean state media. In April it put dozens of missiles on show at a giant military parade through the streets of Pyongyang.
  • North Korea challenges new South Korea leader with missile test

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    North Korea boasted on Monday that its new rocket could carry a "large-size heavy nuclear warhead" over long distances, with analysts estimating that it could reach United States military forces on the island of Guam. Japan also lodged protest to North Korea over the missile launch through the Japanese Embassy in Beijing. According to the South Korean military, the launch site used Sunday was the same one used on February 12, the first North Korean ballistic missile test during the Trump ...
  • 14 killed as storms and flooding sweep across US

    14 killed as storms and flooding sweep across US

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    Two deaths were also reported in Missouri , including a woman who drowned after being swept away in a auto. In Arkansas, a 65-year-old woman was killed when a tree was blown into her home in De Witt while the woman was lying on her couch when the tree collapsed into her home, according to reports.
  • Moon, Trump agree to meet very soon

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    The South's 19th president - the son of refugees from North Korea - had during his campaign advocated for a combination of negotiations and economic cooperation alongside military and security measures in dealing with the North. Moon, who had started a law firm with Roh, served as his chief of staff in the presidential Blue House and was involved in North Korea policy during this time.
  • Newspapers Review: Abbas-Trump summit focus of dailies

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    In the first face-to-face meeting between the two leaders Mr Trump's administration called on the PA to do more to tackle violence against Israelis and end payments to the families of those killed or imprisoned by Israel. Speaking through a translator, Abbas echoed Trump's upbeat tone: "We believe that we can be true partners to you to bring about a historic peace under your stewardship".
  • Fidget Spinners Fly Off The Shelves At Toys R Us

    Fidget Spinners Fly Off The Shelves At Toys R Us

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    The major advantage of that study was we could look at how well each kid did on each trial on the attention test, and we were able to correlate that with their natural movements. But most simply categorize them as a craze or fad - the most recent in a long line of toys that children have swarmed to. Soon, anecdotal reports emerged of special-needs kids benefiting from them.