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There are approximately 180,000 civilians in this zone and its network of rebel groups includes al-Qaeda-linked fighters. Ahmad al-Masalmeh, who is based in the southern province of Daraa that borders Jordan, said there were six breaches in the province when government forces shelled opposition-held areas.
  • Pablo Zabaleta proud of City's road to success

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    Manchester City's top transfer targets include a goalkeeper, at least four defenders comprising one at each position as well some reinforcing in the central midfield where he has failed to find the ideal combination suited for his style. The convincing nature of City's performance gave City the latitude to bid Zabaleta a fitting goodbye. City and United are local rivals and have enjoyed a healthy hostility in the nine years Zabaleta has been at the club.
  • France's Macron appoints conservative Edouard Philippe as PM

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    The announcement was made on Monday by Alexis Kohler, Macron's new general secretary at the presidential Elysee Palace. PARIS (AP ) - On his first full day in office, France's freshly inaugurated President Emmanuel Macron was moving quickly Monday on fronts foreign and domestic, with a scheduled first presidential trip to Berlin for talks with Chancellor Angela Merkel and the expected unveiling of his choice for prime minister.
  • Wannacry Attack: North Korea Links Alleged by Google Researcher

    Wannacry Attack: North Korea Links Alleged by Google Researcher

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    The United States has been discussing possible new U.N. sanctions with Pyongyang's ally and neighbor China since a failed missile test about two weeks ago. Despite the push for a tougher stance, Haley held out the prospect of direct talks with North Korea, saying "we are willing to talk but not until we see a total stop of the nuclear process and of any test there".
  • Kim gleeful as North Korea fires longest-range missile

    Kim gleeful as North Korea fires longest-range missile

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    North Korea's official Korean Central News Agency called the missile a "new ground-to-ground medium long-range strategic ballistic rocket", and said the "Hwasong-12" was "capable of carrying a large, heavy nuclear warhead". "There's a lot of sanctions left that we can start to do, whether it's with oil, whether it's with energy, whether it's with their maritime ships, exports", US Ambassador Nikki Haley told ABC television's "This Week".
  • UK Labour's main union backer can't see party winning election

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    Deploying the language of class warfare, Mr Corbyn promised to soak almost £50billion from the better off and business, while re-nationalising key industries such as rail, mail, water and energy. Party leader Jeremy Corbyn gave seemingly conflicting answers today when asked if Labour would reverse the Tories' benefit freeze, introduced past year.
  • Pvt. Chelsea Manning set for release after 7 years in prison

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    She started her gender transition in prison. Her supporters anxious she would not be able to survive the long sentence. 'Freedom used to be something that I dreamed of but never allowed myself to fully imagine'. Manning moved to Haverfordwest in Wales in 2001 when she was 14 to live with her mother, but returned to the USA where she was born and brought up after school ended.
  • Missile Defense 101: N. Korea could hit with little warning

    Missile Defense 101: N. Korea could hit with little warning

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    New sanctions were expected to be discussed at a closed council meeting Tuesday, the diplomats said, speaking on condition of anonymity because talks have been private. The features matched assessment of the new missile by worldwide experts. Trump was briefed about the North Korean launch on the telephone by National Security Advisor H.R.
  • Tehran mayor Qalibaf quits presidential race, backs Raisi: ISNA

    Tehran mayor Qalibaf quits presidential race, backs Raisi: ISNA

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    Qalibaf's allies had argued that he had more recognition in the capital Tehran and among young voters, and offered a more coherent economic plan than some other conservative candidates. "It's the Tehran vote that Rouhani has got to get out and Raisi running will help him do that". "Qalibaf's votes will be divided between Rouhani and Raisi.
  • Rohit, Shami return in India's 15-member squad for Champions Trophy

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    Pace spearhead Shami and Sharma, who has recovered from a thigh injury, are the only two changes from the team that played England in a three-match one-day series in India this year. "Not just IPL but one needs to take into account the performance of last one year also in such a big tournament", Prasad said. "We only talk about his batting form, he's an invaluable asset to this team", Prasad said.
  • Would Trump request to end Flynn probe have broken law?

    Would Trump request to end Flynn probe have broken law?

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    But they came to despise Comey for his leading man role in a later drama, the probe into Hillary Clinton's email server. The FBI is investigating Flynn's dealings, as well as possible coordination between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin to influence the 2016 presidential election.