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Mass evacuation in Syria postponed after blast kills 80 kids

Mass evacuation in Syria postponed after blast kills 80 kids

The recently reached deal between the rebels and the Syrian government under the supervision of Iran, Turkey and Qatar was created to secure the evacuation of people from the pro-government Shiite towns of Kafraya and Foah in Idlib province toward government areas in Aleppo province.



Runoff likely in much-watched United States congressional race in Georgia

The former Georgia Secretary of State is most infamous for being forced to resign from the Susan G. Komen after seeking to cut funding to Planned Parenthood. Democrats need a net gain of 24 seats to reclaim the House majority, and Ossoff's strong showing heightens the attention on every decision made by Republicans in potential swing districts over the next 18 months.



'We Have Closure.' Facebook Murder Suspect Steve Stephens Has Killed Himself

We would have preferred that it not [have] ended this way", Williams added. The Associated Press reports Pennsylvania State Police spotted Stephens' vehicle Tuesday morning. Cleveland Police issued an aggravated murder warrant for Stephens, as well as a $50,000 reward for information leading to his capture. Williams said at a news conference on Tuesday morning that authorities received more than 400 tips across the country after appealing to the public for help in their hunt.



Syria evacuations resume days after bombing - state media, war monitor

Syrian state television on Wednesday reported another bomb blast in Aleppo city that killed six people, but the report could not be immediately confirmed. There was no immediate claim of responsibility for Saturday's bombing. The United Nations says 600,000 Syrians live under siege, mostly by the Syrian army, but also by rebels or the Islamic State (IS) militant group.


US missile attack on Syria may lead to nuclear war: Russian MP

US missile attack on Syria may lead to nuclear war: Russian MP

This is published unedited from the ANI feed . Trump ordered an airstrike on the Syrian airfield believed to be the source of last week's chemical attack. "If Russia wants to be absolved of responsibility for future attacks, (President) Vladimir Putin needs to enforce commitments, dismantle Assad's chemical weapons arsenal for good and get fully engaged" with the United Nations peace process on Syria.