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Assad has denied the allegations. The pair said United Nations convoys should be delivering aid to hard-hit populations in the region. Neither the daily pause ordered by the Russians - Syria's main backers - nor the ordering of a nationwide ceasefire by the UN Security Council have led to any humanitarian relief for the enclave.
  • Bollywood horror film Pari banned in Pakistan

    Bollywood horror film Pari banned in Pakistan

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    Bollywood actress Anushka Sharma's 3 film production " Pari " has always been awaited in India with the release of its teasers, "screamers" and trailer, and is also the first horror movie starring Anushka. Nueplex Cinemas announced on Facebook that they will refund the tickets already sold for the film. Reacting to the bans, Pakistani filmmaker Syed Noor said that Padman should have been released in the country.
  • United Nations official: Pauses in Syria suburb 'not enough'

    United Nations official: Pauses in Syria suburb 'not enough'

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    An unreleased UN report assessing North Korea's compliance with UN resolutions says an unnamed UN member state has spotted North Korean technicians at Syrian chemical-weapons and missile facilities. ambassador for economic and social affairs, accused the Syrian regime of violating the ceasefire, while Russian ambassador Vassily Nebenzia said it was the rebels who were in violation of it.
  • Israel blames F-16 downing in Syria operation on 'pilot error'

    Israel blames F-16 downing in Syria operation on 'pilot error'

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    Two hangars are visible in the images, and are likely used to store short and medium range missiles. The Iranian-made missiles "could reach most parts of Israel ", the broadcaster said . Maps published by the Institute for the Study of War, a US-based think tank, show Iran has dozens of long-term military facilities across Syria, ranging from headquarters to training facilities to drone bases.
  • Syria ceasefire vote: UN Security Council adopts resolution

    Syria ceasefire vote: UN Security Council adopts resolution

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    The enclave is completely surrounded by government-controlled territory and its 400,000 residents are unwilling or unable to flee the siege . Ghouta-based opposition activist Anas al-Dimashqi says the night was calm but warplanes and drones are still flying over rebel-held areas.
  • Crowds turn out to bid farewell to Rev Billy Graham

    Crowds turn out to bid farewell to Rev Billy Graham

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    The public will be able to pay respects from 8 am to 10 pm. On Friday, back at the Billy Graham Library , an invitation-only funeral service will be held at noon under a massive tent in the library parking lot. His relationship with Graham inspired Hanks to pursue his own career in evangelism. During his more than 60-year career, he became one of the country's best known evangelists, taking his message to multiple presidents.
  • Will Trump remove ICE from California?

    Will Trump remove ICE from California?

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    Complaining that California was not complying with his hardline position on migrants, Trump warned he could cut vital help from Washington and prompt a crime wave. Trump did not elaborate on his remarks, but his comments made the rounds on social media. "I'm enforcing the laws they enacted", Homan said Wednesday, responding to claims that ICE is carrying out indiscriminate "raids" on illegal immigrants.
  • Indictment of Missouri governor could have political ripples

    Indictment of Missouri governor could have political ripples

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    St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner launched a criminal investigation of the allegations last month shortly after they become public. The indictment stated that on or about March 21, 2015, the defendant "knowingly photographed" the woman, identified as "K.S.", "in a state of full or partial nudity" without her knowledge or consent.
  • 'Perceived corruption' list ranks India at 81 among 180

    'Perceived corruption' list ranks India at 81 among 180

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    India's score in the latest ranking is 40, which was the same in past year. Published annually by TI, an worldwide non-government organisation (NGO) working to combat global corruption, the Corruption Perceptions Index ranks countries and territories based on how corrupt their public sector is perceived to be.