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Iraqi special forces swept through the campus of Mosul University on Sunday to clear it of any remaining Islamic State militants after taking full control of the area, a spokesman said. The west of the city is home to some of Mosul's densest neighborhoods and an estimated 700,000 civilians. IS militants have used the university grounds as a base and Iraqi officials say that they also used the chemistry laboratories to make chemical weapons.
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    Melrose hosts 22d MLK Day potluck dinner and service day

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    He said it has always been a blessing to be apart of these types of community events. Among dozens of cars carrying local civil rights leaders and church leaders were a handful of alumni from Jefferson High School, an all-black school that graduated its last class in 1970.
  • Freezing Rain Expected Overnight Through Monday Morning

    Freezing Rain Expected Overnight Through Monday Morning

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    Sunday| Mostly cloudy, high of 35. There is a chance of some type of precipitation in the area but exactly what form depends on the temperature. Freezing rain will continue across the region today . Northwest wind 8 to 11 miles per hour. Little or no ice accumulation expected. Tuesday Night: Mostly clear, with a low around 26. Southwest wind around 5 miles per hour becoming calm in the evening.
  • Russian Federation has compromising information on Trump , report say

    Russian Federation has compromising information on Trump , report say

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    Various news outlets have emphasized that the claims contained in the dossier have not been substantiated. He added that Moscow needed to "respond with the appropriate humour" to it. "It was a group of opponents that got together, sick people, and they put that crap together", he said. About his alleged perverted sexual behaviour, Trump denied of being involved in it.
  • Mississippi Town Renames Martin Luther King Day As "Great Americans Day"

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    In a keynote address, Rev. Talbert Swan, the Springfield NAACP chapter president, said "astonishing progress" had been made on civil rights since King's assassination in 1968, but still the country was more racially divided than ever. "We used to have tons of people and our numbers are going down". 10 a.m.: "Together in Hope" an interfaith service at the Ridgewood Methodist Church, 100 Dayton St.
  • Ivory Coast v Togo (Monday)

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    Abidjan-born Zaha has been lured to the African champions by the possibilities of Cup of Nations and World Cup glory after two friendly appearances for adopted country England. Burkina Faso, Cameroon and Guinea-Bissau provide the opposition for the home nation, whose strongest finishes at the Nations Cup saw them reach the quarter-finals in 1996 and 2012.
  • Syrian opposition: Shelling in water-rich valley kills 7

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    The latest developments came after the Syrian army announced on Friday that government forces had made new territorial gains in Wadi Barada, capturing the village of Basima after heavy airstrikes and shelling. The United Nations has said it was damaged because "infrastructure was deliberately targeted", without saying who was responsible, leaving four million people in Damascus without safe drinking water supplies.
  • Iraqi Forces Make Huge Gains agaisnt Daesh, Enter Mosul University

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    Iraqi forces continued to push into the university compound from the southeast and thick clouds of black smoke rose over the university grounds on the morning of January 14. IS has constantly moved bases as militants have come under heavy bombardment from US-led coalition airstrikes and often use civilians as cover. The federal police forces were backed by the Iraqi Army's 9th armored division and by US coalition air support, Mohammedawi said.
  • John Lewis: 'I don't see Trump as a legitimate president'

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    Donald Trump criticized civil-rights leader John Lewis a day after the Georgia congressman said he doesn't consider him "a legitimate president ". But President Obama's chief of staff, Denis McDonough, told CNN's "State of the Union" that he hopes Trump not only reaches out to Lewis "but pursue some of the policies that Mr.