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But the suspension, and the linkage to disagreements on other issues, carries powerful symbolism. "This may take months, but the balance is certainly in the Syrian government's favour". President Barack Obama had overruled Pentagon objections to such cooperation, and Kerry made the offer . USA officials who were sent to Geneva, Switzerland, to work with Russian officials on a Joint Implementation Center - one of the key elements of the now-void agreement - will be sent home.
  • Afghanistan to sign draft peace agreement with Gulbuddin Hekmatyar

    Afghanistan to sign draft peace agreement with Gulbuddin Hekmatyar

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    Born in 1947, Mr. Hekmatyar, an ethnic Pashtun from Kunduz province, studied engineering at Kabul University, becoming known to his followers as "Engineer Hekmatyar", though he never graduated. And Hezb-e-Islami has supporters across the country, meaning the peace agreement could encourage some Taliban leaders to consider joining the process.
  • Russia says its embassy in Damascus was shelled

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    The UN rights chief called for action to halt the "ghastly avalanche of violence " unfolding in Syria's second city, which is reeling from some of the most brutal fighting in the conflict. Kirby said Russian Federation had failed to live up to its commitments under a cease-fire agreement. The US-Russia truce plan had envisioned an end to hostilities, increased aid deliveries, and eventual coordination in the fight against jihadists.
  • Mike Pence Tells Tim Kaine "You Whipped Out That Mexican Thing Again"

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    But for most of the debate, Pence simply turned the attacks back on Clinton, leaving hanging questions about Trump's criticisms of a federal judge, women and immigrants. But his debate opponent, Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine, responded to those claims. Kaine, a devout Catholic, first discussed his personal stance against the death penalty, before Pence, an evangelical Christian, steered the conversation toward abortion.
  • Outer Banks now in Hurricane Matthew's path

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    Schools in Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina were already reacting, with some soccer, volleyball and other collegiate contests scheduled for the next few days either canceled or postponed. A direct hit to New Jersey isn't out of the question, but it's still too early to try to predict what will happen, Robinson said. This same weather system is forecast to grow stronger and expand to the west, forcing Matthew to slow down and make another turn by Wednesday.
  • How to tackle iOS 10 Bluetooth issues

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    Over time, the touchscreen loses functionality. Some models such as the Jet Black iPhone 7 Plus are still in short supply, with some Apple customers still waiting to get their phones. Just head down to Settings then Bluetooth. But I think that Apple certainly will remove it, unless there's an overwhelming negative response to the survey it sent out to users.
  • Battle for Islamic State stronghold could trigger a new crisis

    Battle for Islamic State stronghold could trigger a new crisis

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    According to reports , Baghdadi and three other ISIS leaders are suffering from "severe poisoning". This is a developing story . In November of that year, it was reported that Baghdadi had been killed in a U.S. A report in March that Baghdadi had been seriously injured by an airstrike claimed he was in the same Iraqi village, which is located in a sparsely-populated area convenient to the Islamic State's Syrian capital of Raqqa.
  • WikiLeaks' Assange signals release of documents before U.S. election

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    Assange said WikiLeaks plans to start publishing new material starting this week, but wouldn't specify the timing and subject. "There have been a lot of misquotes", he said during his appearance, which lasted just under an hour. Assange hasn't disclosed if any of the leaks would involve Trump. Asked how he felt after four years in the embassy, he said "pale" and joked he would be a good candidate for medical study since he was otherwise healthy but had not seen the sun in over four years.
  • Accused face-biting frat boy charged with first-degree murder

    Accused face-biting frat boy charged with first-degree murder

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    Austin Harrouff, the suspect involved in the August 14 double murder of a Tequesta married couple, has officially been charged with two counts of first-degree murder and one count of attempted murder. Harrouff has not made a statement to officials yet, Snyder said. Harrouff was making animal sounds, Sheriff William Snyder said, adding that neither a stun gun nor a police dog were able to remove him from the victims.
  • Pope: Gender Identity Teaching in Schools Is 'Against Nature'

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    The Pope had spoken in Georgia about the danger of "gender theory". Trying to "change attitudes" like this is "ideological colonization", the pope said , building on comments he made Saturday in Tbilisi, when he argued that gender theory was part of a "global war" on traditional family values and marriage.