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Author: 0 Mattis Warns Syria To not Use Chemical Weapons

The U.S. and its allies are "desperately" searching for a pretext to target Syria, following the success of the Syrian army in its war against terror-designated militant groups across Syria, it pointed out. "The OPCW (Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons and Resolution) Fact-Finding Mission has confirmed multiple incidents of chemical weapons use in Syria, including the use of the toxic industrial chemical chlorine as a weapon", reads the.

Global Media Matsuyama withdraws from Phoenix Open with left wrist injury
Author: 0 Matsuyama withdraws from Phoenix Open with left wrist injury

The Phoenix Open Pro is a professional golf tournament held every year in Scottsdale, Ariz., between January and February. Hideki Matsuyama withdrew before the second round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open . "We're in a good spot going into the weekend", he added. With the long odds, I like Mickelson as a dark horse option. Other Australians in this week's field are Cameron Smith, Geoff Ogilvy, 2007 Phoenix Open victor Aaron Baddeley and Greg Chalmers.

Global Media Girl, 12, arrested after five injured in school shooting
Author: 0 Girl, 12, arrested after five injured in school shooting

She said he told her he was in a classroom next to the classroom where the shooting happened, heard a gunshot and knew the suspect. The campus remained on lockdown officers cleared a second-story classroom at the middle school. Los Angeles police spokeswoman Wendy Reyes confirmed that one person was taken into custody, but could not immediately provide details on the suspect.

Global Media Groundhogs predict 6 more weeks of winter
Author: 0 Groundhogs predict 6 more weeks of winter

Men from the Punxsutawney Groundhog Club inner circle, a prestigious group made up of the who's who in Punxsutawney, take care of Phil all year and plan the big event. Eastern Time. Spectators, seemingly unfazed by the bitter cold, watched and danced to music as the handlers announced Phil's prediction. 5 freakish things you don't know about this quirky tradition.

Global Media Yakuza 6: The Song Of Life Release Date Postponed To April 2018
Author: 0 Yakuza 6: The Song Of Life Release Date Postponed To April 2018

The Song of Life is the seventh game in the series - the most recent installment to hit the USA was Yakuza 0 , a prequel that came to PS4 in January 2017 and was received warmly by fans and newcomers. On the plus side, said Sega, pushing back the game "gives us more time to line things up for launch". What happened? Did Sega notify Yakuza's social media manager of the delay while the person was on the toilet, forcing them to hastily tap out the announcement to get the news up as soon as ...

Global Media Ignored in budget speech… NE pins hope on investor summit
Author: 0 Ignored in budget speech… NE pins hope on investor summit

He said India has become the most preferred investment destination in the world and the highest United States dollars 60 billion FDI came to India in 2016-17. "In the last three years, the government has spent more than Rs 5,000 crore on development of railways in the Northeast". Indian Oil Corporation will invest Rs 3,400 crore in Assam over the next five years to expand its operations by setting up new units as well as upgrading the existing ones, a senior International Olympic Committee ...

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Author: 0 "I Love NY" to make way for "NY has it all"

The letter marked the latest development in a long-running dispute between the Cuomo administration and the federal government over the signs. FHA officials said the funding will be reinstated if the state complies with sign regulations by September 30.

Global Media Super Bowl volunteers tough the cold to provide assistance in Minneapolis
Author: 0 Super Bowl volunteers tough the cold to provide assistance in Minneapolis

According to Wilder Research's 2015 study on homelessness in Minnesota , an estimated 6,000 youth in the state experience homelessness every night. "The city is full of energy right now and it is fun to see all these people coming to our part of the country and hopefully they are going to go home with great stories tell", said Dayton.

Global Media Multiple casualties as gunman opens fire 'targeting black people'
Author: 0 Multiple casualties as gunman opens fire 'targeting black people'

Police photos showed the shooting suspect with a neo-Nazi tattoo prominently on his forehead as he sat in custody and an Italian flag tied around his neck as he was arrested in the central Italian city of Macerata, . The drive-by shooting comes during a tense time in Macerata after a Nigerian asylum seeker was accused in the murder of an 18-year-old woman whose dismembered body was found on Wednesday.

Global Media USA imposes sanctions on Hezbollah affiliates
Author: 0 USA imposes sanctions on Hezbollah affiliates

They are said to be the first in a "wave" of sanctions targeting Hezbollah after a policy review by President Donald Trump's administration, according to AFP . It is also a member of the Mediterranean nation's coalition government. What has had a clear impact on Hezbollah's finances, the officials said, is the group's militant activities in Syria, where it has been deployed in support of Syrian President Bashar Assad.

Global Media Pence denounces Kabul terror attacks, reassures support to Afghanistan
Author: 0 Pence denounces Kabul terror attacks, reassures support to Afghanistan

Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on Saturday also held a meeting with the High Peace Council (HPC), a top government body tasked with reaching a peace deal with the Taliban. Looking beyond the immediate aftermath of what happened, a glimmer of hope has appeared on the horizon in the form of the Tashkent Conference that's prospectively slated to take place in March to revive the Afghan peace process.

Global Media US Missile Intercept Test Failed: What Went Wrong?
Author: 0 US Missile Intercept Test Failed: What Went Wrong?

A USA military missile intercept test failed in Hawaii on Wednesday, potentially having implications for Japan as it moves forward with plans to introduce the costly Aegis Ashore system on its soil, The Japan Times . "But we learn something all the time with these tests". Of course, with rumors of a North Korean military parade meant to highlight their growing suite of Hwasong-15 intercontinental ballistic missiles expected to occur before the start of the Olympic Games in South ...

Global Media Trump won't say whether he's planning to fire Rosenstein
Author: 0 Trump won't say whether he's planning to fire Rosenstein

And, she singled out House Intelligence Committee Chair Devin Munes, R-Calif., for green-lighting the information's release, calling him a "stooge for the president". Trump would, at a minimum, likely move swiftly to the Supreme Court. But when asked during his December testimony whether he had been asked to take a loyalty pledge, Rosenstein said no.

Global Media Father of Three Victims Tries to Attack Larry Nassar in Courtroom
Author: 0 Father of Three Victims Tries to Attack Larry Nassar in Courtroom

When the judge said that this wasn't allowed, he lunged across the courtroom and attacked Nassar before being restrained by three court security officers. In Eaton County Circuit Court, 65 women will testify before Nassar faces sentencing on three counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct. Off camera, the assistant attorney general told families to use words not violence to which Margraves responded , "You haven't lived through it, lady".

Global Media Hawaii false missile alert sender says he thought drill was real
Author: 0 Hawaii false missile alert sender says he thought drill was real

I felt awful. We all did our best to try to remedy the situation. "Death threats, they've been coming into the agency". The alert was sent to people in Hawaii on January 13 and caused mass panic and fear. "Reading the newspapers and seeing the false information out there, it's very hurtful and I feel a lot of guilt from what has happened", the former HI-EMA employee said.

Global Media Jammu and Kashmir: Avalanche kills three Indian Army jawan in Kupwara
Author: 0 Jammu and Kashmir: Avalanche kills three Indian Army jawan in Kupwara

Avalanches and landslides are common in Himalayan Kashmir. "The people living in higher reaches of these districts should avoid movement in the avalanche-prone areas/slopes for the next 24 hours", he had added. Another soldier, identified as Sepoy Bipin is said to be stable and has been hospitalized, the officer said. However, one died on the spot and two others succumbed while being shifted to 92 Base Hospital Badamibagh, he said.

Global Media Russian Fighter Jet Shot Down in Syria
Author: 0 Russian Fighter Jet Shot Down in Syria

Rahman said he was unable to confirm which rebel faction shot down the plane, with several opposition forces and the jihadi Hayat Tahrir al-Sham group still active in Idlib. There was no immediate comment from the Russian or Syrian armies. Syria's state news agency, SANA, said Syrian troops captured the village of Maasaran as well as the Tel Tokan hill, cutting links between Saraqeb and the rebel-stronghold of Maarest al-Numan to the south.

Global Media Donor nations offer US$2.3b for third world education
Author: 0 Donor nations offer US$2.3b for third world education

President Akufo-Addo left the country in the early hours of yesterday for a return trip to Senegal . "We've made tremendous progress today, but of course, our work is never done", she said. She's spent much of her time with the organization rallying world leaders to donate funds and encourage research; this year's funds have almost doubled.

Global Media Who Is Stormy Daniels' Husband, Glendon Crain?
Author: 0 Who Is Stormy Daniels' Husband, Glendon Crain?

He also pointed out it didn't quite match past signatures on her headshots. Daniels was coy during her segment , which went long and ended up bumping the musical guest. Despite Kimmel's best efforts, Daniels didn't answer any specific questions about the alleged affair and now " The View " won't have a chance to grill her.

Global Media Turkey sends Amnesty chief back to jail
Author: 0 Turkey sends Amnesty chief back to jail

A second court in Istanbul accepted the prosecutor's appeal and instead of being released, Taner was taken from Izmir prison where he had been held since June, and into Gendarmerie custody. "We hope to be acquitted in the end because we are not guilty", said Idil Eser, one of eight activists released in a hearing last October in the same case.