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Syria conflict: Opposition sets terms for Geneva peace talks

The main Syrian opposition group has arrived in Geneva, a day after backing down from their threat to boycott the UN-sponsored peace talks. But a spokesman said they stood by…

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Forty-Three Dead Across 7 States Due to Tornadoes, Flooding and Storms

Across 7 states, almost forty-two people are dead because of this weather and included storms in Texas and floods in Illinois. In some of the United States, the heavy storm…

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Chicago Police Shoot Two, Including 55-Year-Old Woman ‘Accidentally’

Chicago Police said that 2 people killed by a police officer during a clash with a quarrelsome subject. The two people included a fifty-five year old woman whom they declared…

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Eight Injured in San Francisco Tour Bus Accident

Eight Injured in San Francisco Tour Bus Accident

There is an accident occurred in San Francisco. That was a tour bus that crashed in an accident. The accident injured 8 people. The bus was a double-decker bus and…

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Chinese mine owner kills himself as 17 miners remain trapped

Chinese mine owner kills himself as 17 miners remain trapped

With the sudden fall of the mine, 1 person died and 4 miners came off. The left workers managed to bring many other miners to safe place. As we know,…

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Flooding ‘worst in 50 years’, as 150,000 flee in Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay

The areas of Argentina, Paraguay, Brazil and Uruguay had hit by a flood that is the worst in fifty years. The flood caused the death of more than 150,000 people….

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Syria war: Yarmouk camp evacuation ‘on hold’

The expected evacuation of thousands of rebels from in and around Yarmouk refugee camp in southern Damascus has been put on hold, reports say. Safety issues and the killing of…

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China ‘expels’ French journalist over Uighur article

China has effectively expelled a French journalist over an article she wrote that was critical of Beijing’s policy towards Muslim Uighers in Xinjiang. Beijing confirmed it would not renew press…

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Christmas Day blaze guts Australia homes

A Christmas Day bushfire has destroyed more than 100 homes in Australia’s Victoria state, officials say. Officials said 98 homes had been razed in Wye River and 18 at Separation…

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Serbia corruption probe sees dozens arrested

Police in Serbia have arrested about 80 people in what has been described as the country’s biggest anti-corruption investigation in decades. One of those held is a former minister, Slobodan…

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