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Insurgent groups in Aleppo said they had seen no such withdrawal from the government side, and would not pull back from their own positions until it did so. The official says the notification was sent through Russian Federation. Air strikes and clashes tested a fragile ceasefire in Syria into Saturday as civilians waited for aid and tensions mounted between the deal's brokers Russian Federation and the United States.
  • Keith Scott May Not Have Been Pointing a Gun, Police Chief Says

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    The family said they couldn't say what was in his hands when he was killed. Protesters say: Community members and analysts say, if it is released, it'll help answer much-needed questions. But Putney said the footage he has reviewed does not provide "definitive visual evidence that would confirm that a person is pointing a gun". Still, Putney told the news conference that he'll only show the footage to the victim's family, not the public.
  • Amid Rising Tensions Between Pakistan And India, Karachi Stocks Tumble

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    Expressing his viewpoint over the usual border skirmishes between India and Pakistan, Shah said such confrontation can anytime turn into a full-fledged war which will destroy the whole subcontinent. "Maintaining strategic restraint, the focus should be on strengthening the security arrangements on the LoC and the global border with Pakistan to ensure that infiltration does not succeed", he said in this context.
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    African-Americans are in their worst shape "ever, ever, ever"

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    His comments came despite the fact that African-Americans in the USA have faced dramatically worse circumstances throughout history - from slavery to Jim Crow laws. I mean, what do you have to lose? "I always said, 'Vote for me for these reasons.' Even today she still needs to develop a message". Trump effectively has no base among African-American voters.
  • Edward Snowden says he'll vote in USA presidential election

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    Civil liberties organisations have underscored the importance of Snowden's disclosures, and have urged United States president Barack Obama to pardon him, while a film by prominent director Oliver Stone released on Friday argues Snowden's actions were meant to "save his country".
  • 2 homeless men found bombs, saved lives, Elizabeth mayor says

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    Bollwage said the men were also fortunate the bombs did not explode when they discovered the backpack and began carrying it around 8:15 p.m. Sunday. Bollwage told CBS News the explosion was unintentional. The remaining four devices will be transferred in protective cases to a local site and then will be taken to the Federal Bureau of Investigation laboratory at Quantico, Virginia, Bollwage said.
  • New York City bombing act of terror: Mayor

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    Elizabeth Mayor Christian Bollwage said the devices were found in a bag in a trash can by two men who reported seeing wires and a pipe coming out of the package. More than two dozen people were hurt in an explosion in the NY neighborhood of Chelsea Saturday night. As the investigation heated up, a bar owner in Linden, New Jersey, reported someone asleep in his doorway.
  • Egypt prosecution detains 4 crew members of capsized migrants boat

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    Egypt's Damanhour prosecution ordered Thursday the detention for four days pending investigations of four of the crew of a boat for illegal migrants that capsized in the Mediterranean Wednesday. Most of the survivors are believed to be Egyptian, but some may be from Sudan and Somalia. Mohammed Sultan, the governor of Beheira province, where Rosetta is located, told the Associated Press news agency that authorities did not have a precise number for those who were on board the vessel, but ...