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Ukraine rebels getting tanks and reinforcements, says separatist leader

Ukraine rebels getting tanks and reinforcements, says separatist leader

Aug 17, – Ukrainian rebels are receiving new armoured vehicles and fighters trained in Russia, with which they plan to launch a major counter-offensive against government forces, a separatist leader said in a video released on Saturday. The four-month conflict in eastern Ukraine has reached a critical phase, with Kiev and Western governments watching nervously […]

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At least three killed at shooting in Columbia, Maryland mall

At least three killed at shooting in Columbia, Maryland mall

Jan 25, – Police confirm three dead including the believed suspect in a shooting at a suburban Baltimore mall.  Authorities responding to an active shooting at the Mall in Columbia found three people dead, including one who was found near a shotgun and ammunition. A Howard County Police Department news release said there were no […]

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Fire on express train in southern India kills at least 26

Fire on express train in southern India kills at least 26

Dec 28, – A fire on an overnight train killed at least 23 people Saturday in southern India as it ripped through a carriage packed with sleeping passengers, local television networks reported. The express train was travelling from the southern city of Bangalore to Nanded when the fire broke out in an air-conditioned carriage around […]

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South Sudan starts crisis talks without rebels

South Sudan starts crisis talks without rebels

Dec 26, – Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta and Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn were in the South Sudanese capital Juba on Thursday to attempt to mediate in the conflict. Hundreds of people have been killed since last week, when a growing power struggle between President Kiir and his former vice president, Riek Machar, turned violent. […]

December 26, 2013 | By | Reply More
How to mix cardio, weight training to burn body fat

How to mix cardio, weight training to burn body fat

Dec 19, – A few basic exercises involving cardio and weight training work best for long term benefits. According to trainer David Caldwell, the first step towards getting in shape is to start exercising, moving and, most importantly, burning fat, reports femalefirst.co.uk. Here are a few basic tips to get started: – Cardio: If you […]

December 19, 2013 | By | Reply More
India launches reprisals against US over diplomat arrest

India launches reprisals against US over diplomat arrest

Dec 17, New Delhi: India on Tuesday launched a series of reprisals against the US over a diplomat’s arrest in New York, including pulling identity cards for American consular officials in the country, foreign ministry sources said. “We have ordered the withdrawal of all ID cards that are issued by the Ministry of External Affairs […]

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Al-Qaeda claims murders of French journalists in Mali

Al-Qaeda claims murders of French journalists in Mali

Nov 07, – Al Qaeda’s North African branch has claimed responsibility for the murder of two French journalists who were abducted in northern Mali. The cell said the killings were to avenge France’s “new crusade” in its old colony. In a statement published online by Mauritanian news agency Sahara Media on Wednesday, the terrorist cell […]

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Starved civilians flee besieged Damascus suburb

Starved civilians flee besieged Damascus suburb

Oct 29, – At least three of Damascus’s suburbs – Yarmouk, Eastern Ghouta and Muadhamiya – have been besieged by government forces for several months. Thousands of Syrian civilians have finally been allowed to leave the besieged Damascus suburb of Muadhamiya. The HRO-media correspondent, who was at the scene, describes a tide of desperate people […]

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Democrats face divide over a strike on Syria

Democrats face divide over a strike on Syria

Sep 07, WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama’s pursuit of a military strike in Syria has put congressional Democrats and party leaders around the country in a tough spot. They face loud opposition from war-weary constituents at home and are wary of being pulled into another foreign conflict. But they also are confronted with grim images […]

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