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Conditions Worsen in Rebel-Held Damascus Suburb Under Siege

Dozens of people have been killed in airstrikes on the besieged, rebel-held Damascus suburb of Eastern Ghouta since the Syrian regime launched a new offensive a week ago, and others are dying from malnutrition and lack of medicine, according to doctors and emergency responders.
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Missouri governor Eric Greitens has been charged after allegedly taking a compromising photo of a woman with whom he had an affair in 2015.
Against the backdrop of massive student protests, President Donald Trump supported stricter control, but asked teachers to be armed. The protest in Washington was part of the national anti-weapons mov
Canadian foreign minister says targeting civilians is violation of international humanitarian law  
A former Russian diplomatic worker and an Argentine police officer were among six people arrested on Thursday, February 22.
A California couple charged with torturing their children by starving, beating and shackling them are due in court today.
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Mexican buyers imported ten times more corn from Brazil last year amid concern that NAFTA renegotiations could disrupt their U.S. supplies, according to government data and top
BEIRUT (Reuters) - A new wave of bombs struck Syria's eastern Ghouta on Friday, which a witness in one town described as the worst yet, ahead of a U.N. Security Council vote to demand a 30-day ceasefi
YANGON (Reuters) - Myanmar has bulldozed at least 55 villages that were emptied of their Rohingya Muslim inhabitants during violence that began last year, Human Rights Watch said on Friday citing a re
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LA LOCHE, Sask. - A provincial court judge is expected to decide today whether a young man who shot and killed four people at a school and a home in ...
LA LOCHE, Sask. - A student, who was 17 at the time, is to find out today whether he will be sentenced as an adult or a youth for killing ...
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For a split second last weekend it seemed Donald Trump might be coming around on the FBI's probe into Russia's election meddling and that he was almo
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