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EU chief says trade deal with Canada still possible

EU chief says trade deal with Canada still possible

The negotiation teams of Wallonia and the European Union are discussing the new texts requested by the Belgian region regarding the trade agreement with Canada. " CETA is not TTIP". It took five years of negotiations before the CETA was declared to be concluded on August 5, 2014, although what was described as the final text of the agreement was not released until two months later, on September 26, 2014.



Russian Federation halts Aleppo airstrikes 2 days before expected

The 20 members of the same family were killed in airstrikes on the neighborhood of Marjah in rebel-held east Aleppo Monday morning, according to activists at the Aleppo Media Center (AMC) and the White Helmets group. Russian Federation has introduced a draft statement to the Security Council calling on countries with influence on Syrian opposition groups to intensify efforts to separate moderate opposition forces from terrorist entities in besieged eastern Aleppo .



Paul Beatty first USA author to win Man Booker Prize

His "hard to read" novel, The Sellout , tells the story of a young black man who tries to reinstate slavery and racial segregation in a suburb of Los Angeles. "I tend to bristle when people say it's black, it's angry, it's about race", the 54-year-old writer said after picking up the £50,000 (Dh223,000) prize at a glitzy black-tie ceremony in London's historic Guildhall building on Tuesday.


Clinton plans would start WW3

Clinton plans would start WW3

During an interview with Reuters , Trump said that Clinton's policy regarding Syria could ignite a large-scale military conflict. United States intelligence officials claimed Russian Federation is behind the hacks and leaks that targeted Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.


Baghdad denies Ankara taking part in Mosul operation

Baghdad denies Ankara taking part in Mosul operation

The advance took place as U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter met Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi in Baghdad to evaluate the campaign that began on Monday with air and ground support from the U.S-led coalition. "Given the sheer size of Mosul - and its experience of savage rule at the hands of the "Islamic State" - revenge killing will likely be an issue in the days and months ahead", according to the Soufan Group, a security consulting firm.