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by | February 26, 2017 | 00:57

The chief Syrian regime negotiator, Bashar al-Ja'afari, said he had received a paper from United Nations mediator Staffan de Mistura and would study it, but a first meeting had covered only the format of talks. The Geneva peace talks, the first under United Nations auspices in about 10 months, were convened after a shaky ceasefire was brokered in the Kazak capital Astana between Assad allies Russian Federation and Iran and rebel backers Turkey.

by | February 26, 2017 | 00:55

The side are current champions of French rugby. Two dealers are also in custody. They were taken into police custody. LCI .fr reported that Williams allegedly tried to throw away several packets containing cocaine after being approached by plain clothes police officers.

by | February 25, 2017 | 00:38

Letter signed by Israeli NGOs protesting the government's decision to prohibit Human Rights Watch's country director from working in Israel. "The opinion received from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs noted that, for some time now, this organization's public activities and reports have engaged in politics in the service of Palestinian propaganda, while falsely raising the banner of 'human rights, ' and therefore recommended denying the application", the letter stated.

by | February 24, 2017 | 00:48

Prosecutors said in a motion that the similarities between the two churches, and that Roof was still armed, "supports the inference that Defendant meant to continue his racially-motivated violence at Branch AME Church that night and, more specifically, that his intended targets were African-American congregants at a church".

by | February 23, 2017 | 01:02

Another nurse at the facility assisted Fultz in making the lap dance video but later turned the video over to her superiors. Brittany Fultz , 26, was filmed pulling down her knickers and "mooning" the elderly resident before straddling his leg at the OH care home, police said.

by | February 23, 2017 | 00:55

British Parliament will debate on Monday whether the government should rescind its invitation to President Donald Trump for an official state visit. Bush, and Barack Obama - have been given the honour, and all had to wait several years after election before being invited. But for this man, after seven days, we say 'Please come and we will lay on everything because we are so desperate for your company?' ...

by | February 23, 2017 | 00:56

The bodies of 14-year-old Liberty German and 13-year-Old Abigail Williams were found on Valentine's Day, a day after they failed to return from a hike near the Delphi Historic Trail in Carroll County. On Sunday, however, Indiana State Police Sgt. Kim Riley said in a news release that the man was suspected of "participating in the murders" of the teenagers.

by | February 23, 2017 | 00:56

Moulton also reacted to reports there was a three-week delay between Flynn's resignation and when the Trump administration was warned by the Justice Department about what was said on the calls, and what was said publicly about them. White House spokesman Sean Spicer strongly denied that Trump had instructed Flynn to discuss possibly rolling back sanctions that Obama imposed on Russian Federation.

by | February 20, 2017 | 00:59

Malaysian police are also looking at several other potential suspects, including North Korean citizen Ri Ji U. Noor Rashid said the victim complained to the customer service desk that two women had "wiped his face with a liquid". "Considering North Korea has so far committed crimes against humanity and terror acts, we, together with the worldwide community, are closely watching this brutal, reckless incident with serious concerns ", Joon-hee said, according to AP.

by | February 19, 2017 | 00:40

The list of charges against Lee includes embezzlement, bribery, perjury, concealment of criminal proceeds, and illicit transfer of assets overseas. Lee, who is an heir of the country's richest family and third-generation leader of Samsung, was taken to jail early Friday.

by | February 19, 2017 | 00:37

However, Jammeh conceded defeat but later took a U-turn on his decision, claiming that the electoral process was tainted with "unacceptable irregularities". Sall arrived in the country on Friday. Barrow has pledged to reverse numerous actions that Jammeh took during his more than two decades of power.

by | February 16, 2017 | 01:21

Kim Jong-nam had lived overseas for years after apparently falling out of favor with his father for attempting to enter Japan on a fake passport in 2001. South Korean media reported that Kim Jong Nam was assassinated by two women. A taxi driver, who declined to be named, said he was aware of the news but did not know of the taxi driver who was arrested .

by | February 16, 2017 | 01:12

EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker called the vote "an important milestone" and said "EU companies and citizens will start to reap the benefits the agreement offers as soon as possible". European Union governments and Canada's House of Commons have already given their approval. It bypassed parliamentary scrutiny to sign us up to CETA and has presented, at best, questionable claims on CETA's impacts on the United Kingdom which no one has ever seen.

by | February 16, 2017 | 01:09

Disputes over the agenda have helped to torpedo previous rounds of Syria peace talks. Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has previously said he has "high hopes" for increased engagement between the United States and Russian Federation to fight ISIS.

by | February 16, 2017 | 01:11

Thousands of people are preferring to travel by train daily which is not only cheap and fastest mode of transport but safe in the Kashmir valley, where traffic jam has become daily problem on roads. Security forces struck the hideout and three managed to escape. He said they had outstanding criminal charges, including murder and stealing arms from security forces.

by | February 16, 2017 | 01:08

Turkey's military forcers and allied rebels in Syria continued their offensive against the town of Tel Rifaat in northern Aleppo, targeting positions of the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), local sources reported on Wednesday.

by | February 15, 2017 | 00:54

In a post of the cover from the magazine's official Instagram account, the caption reads, "This month we are proud to celebrate transgender beauty and how models like Valentina Sampaio , who is posing for her first ever Vogue cover, are changing the face of fashion and deconstructing prejudice".

by | February 15, 2017 | 00:50

The man, who was arrested yesterday in nearby Ried im Innkreis, faces up to six months in jail if found guilty of breaking laws about the display of Nazi symbols and glorifying the Hitler regime. He was spotted in a local bookstore browsing through magazines about World War Two. The house itself is the object of a legal squabble between its owner and the Government, which wants to take possession and remodel it to erase all associations with Hitler.

by | February 14, 2017 | 00:45

He was elected by the vast majority of the assembly, receiving 931 out of 1,253 votes. The vote is widely seen as a test for the unity of Merkel's political coalition, as well as a prelude for Merkel's campaign seeking her fourth term in the federal election in September.

by | February 14, 2017 | 00:45

A prolonged investigation into the latest political scandal surrounding Ms Park and the country's large business groups could potentially derail succession plans at Samsung, which has already delayed some major management plans. The prosecution also believes there was a meeting involving Lee and Samsung Electronics chief executive Park Sang-jin on July 27, 2016. And Mr Lee also confirmed the firm gave a horse and money to help the equestrian career of Ms Choi's daughter, Chung Yoo-ra, ...

by | February 11, 2017 | 00:50

Data from the 2016 census shows Canada is the fastest growing country in the G7. Specific data on immigration for this census period won't be made public this fall when the government releases census data on worldwide migration and ethnocultural diversity.

by | February 11, 2017 | 00:47

Mariya Savinova has been banned from athletics until 2019 after she was found guilty of doping for over three years. The 31-year-old's results from July 2010 and August 2013 have been annulled, meaning she also loses her 2011 world title, 2013 world silver medal and 2010 European gold.

by | February 10, 2017 | 02:13

She is a great person - always pushing me to do the right thing. Nordstrom stock, after initially taking a dip in the wake of Trump's tweet, climbed 4% today. The company said last Thursday it won't sell this season's Ivanka Trump merchandise. Do you want to buy anything from Ivanka Trump? In addition to taking on Trump's Nordstrom tweet, Colbert also mocked the president's continued attacks on the judicial system as the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals decides whether to reinstate ...

by | February 10, 2017 | 02:10

Prime Minister Trudeau will meet U.S. President Donald Trump in Washington on Monday. Tillerson met with Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland on Wednesday morning. Trudeau, a fervent supporter of free trade, meanwhile has emphasized the importance of the tripartite pact for his country's economy. On trade issue, Trump has dismissed a free trade deal with Canada and Mexico in 1994 as one of the worst trade deals the USA ever signed and announced to renegotiate it.

by | February 09, 2017 | 00:40

White House confirmed the phone conversation and said that the two Presidents "shared commitment to combating terrorism in all its forms" as the President welcomed Turkey's efforts in fighting against Islamic State. "We can deploy special forces there", he said. However, the battle for Al Bab has proved the toughest yet of the Turkish incursion, with the army suffering increasing casualties and Mr Erdogan complaining Ankara has been left alone.