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The department said in a statement on Monday that Russian Federation had not lived up to the terms of an agreement last month to restore the ceasefire and ensure sustained deliveries of humanitarian aid to besieged cities. The now-suspended bilateral channel was part of a deal between the United States and Russian Federation to coordinate their military operations in Syria and share intelligence about terrorist positions.
  • No. 1 Alabama pulls away from Kentucky

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    I've always said that the Alabama football team is a bit like a boa constrictor: Regardless of how close the game seems, it's only a matter of time until the Crimson Tide put on the squeeze and the opponent taps out. "I thought he was a little loose with the ball". 72 yards on 36 carries isn't a great number and won't get it done in Alabama (*although it is more than the 67 yards Alabama gives up on the ground per game ).
  • Vols win instant classic over Georgia

    Vols win instant classic over Georgia

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    Actually, check that. It got even worse for the Bulldogs. The pass protection was lackluster and defensive end Derek Barnett set up residence in the Georgia backfield. This was something, according to Butch Jones, the Vols had been practicing but hadn't gotten around to using. It's nearly like that was over their heads in the second half.
  • Hurricane Matthew Moves North

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    A man in Colombia and teen in St. Vincent also were killed last week during the storm. A hurricane warning is in effect for Jamaica, Haiti, and the Cuban provinces of Guantanamo, Santiago de Cuba, Holguin, Granma and Las Tunas - as well as the southeastern Bahamas.
  • Widow Sues Saudi Arabia

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    DeSimone was pregnant when the 9/11 terrorists killed her husband, Navy Commander Patrick Dunn. The court documents also allege that Saudi Arabia provided al-Qaida with financial and logisitcal support via agents purported to be associated with charitable causes, enabling them to carry out the attacks, CNN reports.
  • Sprites dance above Hurricane Matthew

    Sprites dance above Hurricane Matthew

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    Sprites are large-scale electrical discharges that occur high above thunderstorm clouds, or cumulonimbus, giving rise to a quite varied range of visual shapes flickering in the night sky. Beyond just being rare, it's usually hard to see where they are above storm clouds, so few good pictures of them exist. Weather.com reports on the sprites in the video below.
  • Kim Kardashian targeted by masked robbers in Paris jewellery heist

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    Police sources said the USA reality television star, wife of rapper Kanye West, flew out of Le Bourget airport on the outskirts of Paris after being questioned by police about the robbery, reported Agence France-Presse. Kim Kardashian West, a USA reality TV star was robbed at gun point by some persons dressed up in Police uniforms. "Despite the fact that you don't like her, being held up at gun point is not amusing", said one post by Alieuisha.
  • Syrian regime advances in Aleppo after Russia raids: monitor

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    U.S. diplomatic engagement with Russian Federation "is on life support, but it has not flat-lined yet", a U.S. State Department spokesman said . The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights , a British-based monitoring group, said airstrikes also hit a smaller field hospital in the Sakhur neighbourhood on Saturday.
  • Killer Hurricane Matthew hits Haiti

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    Charles Bernimolin, the team leader of a U.N. Disaster Assessment and Coordination (UNDAC) delegation that had flown into Kingston, remained anxious, despite projections that showed the storm sparing Jamaica the worst of its fury. Both towns are near the southwestern coastal city of Les Cayes. "They feel they have to take risks to support their families", Johnny Souffrant said.
  • US Government Cuts Cord on Internet Oversight

    US Government Cuts Cord on Internet Oversight

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    Those that supported the plans, including technology bodies who are campaigning for an open and fair internet, said the move would stop the U.S. government having a monopoly over the web, rather than being even further regulated by the government.