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In a televised address, President Gjorge Ivanov said he would not give a mandate to a "person or a party supporting or including in its programme a platform undermining Macedonia's sovereignty, territorial integrity and independence". Zaev formed the coalition, which holds a parliamentary majority, after agreeing to support a bill to enable wider use of the Albanian language. It reached the brink of civil war during an ethnic Albanian insurgency in 2001, before European Union and other ...
  • Putin: 'Inappropriate' to sanction Syria

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    The investigation also concluded that the Islamic State had used mustard gas on at least one occasion. British UN Ambassador Matthew Rycroft told the council before the vote: "This is about taking a stand when children are poisoned". Vladimir Safronkov, deputy permanent representative of Russian Federation to the United Nations , cast Russia's seventh Security Council veto on Syria since the conflict began almost six years ago.
  • 100-year-old woman 'arrested,' 'booked' to cross item off bucket list

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    Annie was then locked up in a cell and handcuffed. The Nijmegen took to Facebook to share the story of Annie, a almost 100 -year-old grandma who wanted to get arrested so she could tick it off her bucket list. People have praised the police for helping Annie to realise her dream and the force - Politie Nijmegen-Zuid - called the experience 'a day to remember'.
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    DNC election in Atlanta was "rigged"

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    That tweet was in response to a backhanded compliment from Trump, who wrote, "Congratulations to Thomas Perez, who has just been named Chairman of the DNC". Dershowitz felt that Ellison's presence in the DNC suggests that the " Bernie Sanders wing" of the party still has major clout against the more moderate establishment.
  • Iraq conducts first airstrikes against ISIS in Syria

    Iraq conducts first airstrikes against ISIS in Syria

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    About 1,000 civilians also walked across the front line, the largest movement since the new offensive launched last week to deal the ultra-hardline Sunni Muslim group a decisive blow. Iraq's military does not release official casualty information. The CTS special forces entered in the adjacent neighborhood of Wadi Hajar and are fighting fierce clashes with the IS militants inside the neighborhood, the JOC said earlier in a statement.
  • Zuma condemns xenophobic attacks

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    Whether South African or foreign, criminals should be properly dealt with, Zuma said. "This is the latest manifestation of a phenomenon which has been troubling our democracy for a long time". Orji said Nigerians accused of prostitution and drug abuse were being killed without trial while the Police look away. Meanwhile, the Nigerian High Commission and consulate in Pretoria and Johannesburg have been instructed by the federal government to investigate the xenophobic attacks on Nigerians in ...
  • White House Asked FBI to Refute Stories on Trump-Russia Ties

    White House Asked FBI to Refute Stories on Trump-Russia Ties

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    According to The Washington Post , "officials broadly dismissed Trump associates' contacts with Russian Federation as infrequent and inconsequential". A White House official initially claimed that McCabe reached out to them noting that the New York Times story was false, but later backtracked that statement claiming that Priebus did initiate the conversation.
  • Sponsored Syria talks resume in Geneva after 10 months

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    The Syrian civil war - between President Bashar al-Assad and rebel groups demanding his ouster - broke out nearly six years ago, ravaging the Middle East nation, leaving tens of thousands of people dead and several others, homeless. Contet meanwhile said the discussions would centre on the "establishment of a credible, inclusive and non-sectarian governance", as well as "a schedule and process for drafting a new constitution, and...
  • Weather Authority: Winter storm possible Thursday Night and Friday

    Weather Authority: Winter storm possible Thursday Night and Friday

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    Thursday. Further to the northwest, very little snowfall is expected with a sharp cut off from several inches in the southern part of the Twin Cities, to only an inch in the northern suburbs. Winter Storm Watches are in effect west of Wausau (see map). Winds will increase from the north around 25 to 35 miles per hour Thursday night, with gusts to near 45 miles per hour at times late Thursday night into Friday.
  • Mexico 'Will Not Accept' New US Immigration Policies

    Mexico 'Will Not Accept' New US Immigration Policies

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    The day in Mexico City will represent the first known high-level meetings between the USA and Mexican officials since Peña Nieto canceled a visit to Washington on January 27 after Trump declared that there was no point in his coming if Mexico wouldn't agree to pay for a border wall.
  • BRIT Awards 2017 Winners: David Bowie, The 1975, More

    BRIT Awards 2017 Winners: David Bowie, The 1975, More

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    However, Skepta stole the show with a blazing performance of Shut Down. Rockers Biffy Clyro narrowly missed out on bagging British Group , which went to The 1975 . The British group statuette went to The 1975 , a quartet from the northern English town of Manchester who first got together as teenagers. The X Factor graduates thanked each other on stage, hinting their success hadn't been without its downsides.
  • Standing Rock protest camp being leveled, emptied by force

    Standing Rock protest camp being leveled, emptied by force

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    Bachmeier says officials will do everything they can to help protesters clear out by the 2 p.m. deadline. Law enforcement say they expect to make some arrests , but Silva says he doesn't expect any trouble. But the protests do not appear to be over, and new camps have been seen on private land near the Oceti Sakowin site. Camp leader Phyllis Young said rain Monday hampered that effort, and that Native Americans also took time out for traditional ceremonies related to the weather.