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Joanna Demafelis: Employers of Filipina lassie found passed in freezer arrested

Image copyright EPA Image caption Ms Demafelis’s sister cried over her box on its attainment in Manila last week The employers of a Filipina lassie found passed in a freezer in Kuwait have been arrested in the Syrian collateral Damascus after a manhunt durability several weeks. Joanna Demafelis, 29, was found solidified in her employers’ unit some-more than a year …

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Syria war: Air strikes in Eastern Ghouta ‘kill 500’

Image copyright Reuters Image caption The Eastern Ghouta has seen one of fiercest assaults of the Syrian fight over the past week Syrian supervision forces have killed some-more than 500 civilians during a week of heated barrage of a insurgent enclave nearby Damascus, activists say. The victims in the Eastern Ghouta embody 121 children, says the Syrian Observatory for Human …

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Trump administration escalates vigour on N. Korea with new sanctions

WASHINGTON — The Trump administration escalated vigour on North Korea Friday by slapping sanctions on scores of companies and ships accused of unlawful trade with the renegade nation. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin pronounced the U.S. has now blacklisted probably all ships being used by the North. The administration billed it as the largest installment of North Korean mercantile restrictions to …

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"Technology is like a bomb": Social media weaponized in Rohingya crisis

Watch the new CBSN Originals documentary, “Weaponizing Social Media: The Rohingya Crisis,” on CBSN Monday, Feb 26, at 8 p.m., 11 p.m. and 2 a.m. ET. The ideal dream of internet and social media pioneers — the thought that joining millions of people in cyberspace would make the universe a better place — has run into a darker reality as …

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Stolen Edgar Degas portrayal found in luggage on bus

PARIS — French etiquette officers have found an impressionist portrayal by Edgar Degas stowed on a train some-more than eight years after it was reported stolen. According to the BBC, the pastel painting, which was found during a pointless search, is pronounced to be worth 800,000 euros, or scarcely $984,000. The French Culture Ministry pronounced Friday that etiquette agents in Marne-la-Vallee …

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Winter Olympics 2018: Ester Ledecka adds another gold

Ester Ledecka adds another bullion in snowboarding Ester Ledecka of the Czech Republic celebrates winning bullion in the Ladies’ Snowboard Parallel Giant Slalom Big Final on day fifteen of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games at Phoenix Snow Park on Feb 24, 2018 in Pyeongchang-gun, South Korea. Cameron Spencer / Getty Images 1:05 a.m.: Ester Ledecka, who repelled the universe …

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Ivanka Trump to pull North Korea to hindrance nuclear program

SEOUL, South Korea— Ivanka Trump told South Korea’s boss on Friday that she will use her revisit to the Winter Olympics to disciple limit vigour on North Korea to hindrance its nuclear program. The daughter of President Trump is heading the U.S. commission at this weekend’s shutting rite for the Pyeongchang Games. South Korean President Moon Jae-in, however, highlighted how …

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Devious Ways the Predatory US Food Industry Has Us Paying More for Less

When selling at the supermarket, do you trust that your dollars don’t go as distant as they used to? Guess what?-You are positively right! As we journey by the supermarket here are some of the ways you may compensate some-more for less. You’re at the ice cream territory looking for your favorite ice cream enclosure –there it is and it’s …

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Arming Educators: Trump, Gun Violence And Schools

It had been in the works.  Instead of enchanting in the normal denial compared with a mass shooting, or even digesting the grief of angry students and lamentation parents, US President Donald Trump’s solution to guns assault was elementary.  To aim the perpetrator, it was required to arm instructors, mountain the barricades, and lift the stakes. His residence of Feb …

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Indonesian boss pays $800 for Metallica gift

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Danish Prime Minister Lars Rasmussen gave President Joko Widodo the manuscript in November Indonesia’s President Joko Widodo has paid 11m rupiah ($800; £600) to keep a singular Metallica manuscript he perceived as a gift, to equivocate any dispute of interest, internal media report. The signed, limited-edition vinyl box set of Metallica’s Master of Puppets …

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