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An Israeli F-16 fighter jet, shot down by Syrian air defenses during Israeli raids on Iranian targets earlier this month, apparently crashed only because its pilot made a mistake, an Israeli Air Force investigation has claimed. [Read More]
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Militants in East Ghouta, who continue to hold civilians hostage and to shell Damascus in breach of a humanitarian pause, may stage a provocative chemical attack, the Russian Center for Reconciliation in Syria has warned. [Read More]
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What time in the UAE will the ceremony start? Which channels will be airing the Academy Awards? Where can you watch it if you don't have OSN? Find out here... [Read More]
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Michael Wolff has labelled former UK prime minister Tony Blair a "complete liar," after the ex-politician claimed the author made up a passage in his controversial book about US President Donald Trump, 'Fire and Fury'. [Read More]
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Gennaro Gattuso has sparked a fire in AC Milan.Unbeaten in 12 games with five wins in a row, the Italian coach has transformed the demoralised squad he took over three months ago from Vincenzo Montella.Sunday's 2-0 win against AS Roma in the Stadio Olympico was an important one, against a direct European rival which allows AC Milan to dream even of Champions League qualification.Gattuso's side are just seven points adrift of the last spot for the elite European competition. When he took over fourth place was 11 points away."At the end of the match I congratulated the group, but... [Read More]
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A Russo-Polish climber is believed to have struck out on his own to reach the peak of K2. [Read More]
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Scientific breakthroughs take time to catch on, says the inventor of miniature hearts. [Read More]
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How one former beauty queen made it her mission to reduce the rate of female suicide in her country. [Read More]
The custody case of Mitsutoki Shigeta is one of the strangest to emerge from Asia's thriving industry. [Read More]
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Extra troops and planes are searching for 110 schoolgirls believed to have been seized by jihadists. [Read More]
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Unlike his scandal-hit predecessor, Michael McCormack is relatively unknown despite one controversy. [Read More]
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امریکہ کا کہنا ہے کہ شمالی کوریا کے ساتھ کسی بھی قسم کے مذاکرات کا حتمی مقصد جوہری پروگرام کی بندش ہونا چاہیے۔... [Read More]
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U.S. lawmakers return to Washington this week facing heightened pressure to address gun violence in America after yet another mass shooting that claimed 17 lives at a Florida high school. VOA's Michael Bowman has this report... [Read More]
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There's a strong resemblance between sanctions Russia faces since 2014 in trade and commerce – and "sanctions" applied against Russia before and during the Winter Olympics in PyeongChang. [Read More]
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A charity wants a "national conversation" about death, saying the topic is now taboo for many. [Read More]
In a bizarre act of propaganda, while urging the nation to be ready for mobilization, the Turkish leader invited a small girl in military uniform onstage and assured the sobbing child she would receive state honors if killed. [Read More]
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A Palestinian man has been shot dead by the Israeli Defense Forces after his boat breached the boundaries of a designated fishing zone. The IDF described the vessel as "suspicious" in their comments on the incident. [Read More]
Nigerian authorities have announced that 110 young girls are missing after a raid by Boko Haram Islamist terrorist group, in what may become the most serious school attack and kidnapping since the notorious 2014 Chibok incident. [Read More]
Condoleezza Rice doesn't "understand why civilians need to have access to military weapons." The former Secretary of State's comments are seemingly at odds with her support for the 2nd Amendment. [Read More]
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For the past two weeks they have been feted as Olympians, but many of the men and women at the Pyeongchang Winter Games will this week return to their jobs and the humdrum of daily life.For every Lindsey Vonn, the American ski star, there are dozens like Dominik Maerki, the Swiss curler and bronze medallist who will go back to his day job where there are bills to be paid, customers to keep happy and livelihoods to be sustained.As you would expect when there are nearly 3,000 athletes from across the planet, almost every profession is covered.But the 27-year-old... [Read More]
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