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The Globe and Mail
Munich, Nice, Turkey, Brexit, Trump: It’s all connectedof taking part in the coup plot. Tens of thousands of others – judges, prosecu
Munich, Nice, Turkey, Brexit, Trump: It’s all connected
The Globe and Mail / Posted 17 hours ago
of taking part in the coup plot. Tens of thousands of others – judges, prosecutors, provincial governors, teachers, university deans, journalists, religious instructors, ordinary civil servants – were out of their jobs because of suspected... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Munich, Nice, Turkey, Brexit, Trump: It’s all connectedof taking part in the coup plot. Tens of thousands of others – judges, prosecu
Munich, Nice, Turkey, Brexit, Trump: It’s all connected
The Globe and Mail / Posted 18 hours ago
of taking part in the coup plot. Tens of thousands of others – judges, prosecutors, provincial governors, teachers, university deans, journalists, religious instructors, ordinary civil servants – were out of their jobs because of suspected... Read more
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Al-Ahram Weekly
Gertrude of Arabia?background and context. Born in 1868 into a wealthy industrial family, Bell wa
Gertrude of Arabia?
Al-Ahram Weekly / Posted yesterday
background and context. Born in 1868 into a wealthy industrial family, Bell was one of the first women to study at Oxford University, where she gained a first-class degree in history. Oxford turned out to be a springboard for a round of visits... Read more
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TribLIVE
Recovering WR Bailey returns to WVU as student assistant coachWest Virginia wide receiver Stedman Bailey, recovering from two gunshot wounds
Recovering WR Bailey returns to WVU as student assistant coach
TribLIVE / Posted 5 days ago
West Virginia wide receiver Stedman Bailey, recovering from two gunshot wounds to the head in November, will return to the university and join the football coaching staff as a student assistant coach for the 2016 season. Coach Dana Holgorsen made... Read more
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The Clarion-Ledger
Doctor chooses UMMC to serve Syrian refugeestries to solve the problem that has stymied Sandy’s father. He contacts a neur
Doctor chooses UMMC to serve Syrian refugees
The Clarion-Ledger / Posted 6 days ago
tries to solve the problem that has stymied Sandy’s father. He contacts a neurosurgeon that he met during his visit to the University of Jordan. Bakdash explains the girl’s condition and asks: Can you help her? The surgeon is willing to try. The... Read more
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DW
Syrian refugees express mixed feelings over Turkish citizenship offer |a middle school graduate, the others had only an elementary school education. A
Syrian refugees express mixed feelings over Turkish citizenship offer |
DW / Posted 9 days ago
a middle school graduate, the others had only an elementary school education. According to a study from Ankara's Hacettepe University, just 5 percent of Syrian refugees in Turkey are skilled workers while nearly half are illiterate. Alus hopes... Read more
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Perth Now
ISIS hostage appears in new videodamaged building sites for the video, the gaunt journalist is shown criticising
ISIS hostage appears in new video
Perth Now / Posted 9 days ago
damaged building sites for the video, the gaunt journalist is shown criticising the US-led coalition for bombing Mosul University. In the video, he said: “Hello, I’m John Cantlie. Today we are at Mosul University — or at least what’s left of... Read more
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News.com.au
ISIS hostage appears in new videodamaged building sites for the video, the gaunt journalist is shown criticising
ISIS hostage appears in new video
News.com.au / Posted 9 days ago
damaged building sites for the video, the gaunt journalist is shown criticising the US-led coalition for bombing Mosul University. In the video, he said: “Hello, I’m John Cantlie. Today we are at Mosul University — or at least what’s left of... Read more
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The Courier Mail
ISIS hostage appears in new videodamaged building sites for the video, the gaunt journalist is shown criticising
ISIS hostage appears in new video
The Courier Mail / Posted 9 days ago
damaged building sites for the video, the gaunt journalist is shown criticising the US-led coalition for bombing Mosul University. In the video, he said: “Hello, I’m John Cantlie. Today we are at Mosul University — or at least what’s left of... Read more
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FOX News
New ISIS video surfaces suggesting hostage John Cantlie may still be aliveas a news report by ISIS’ Amaq news agency—Cantlie, 45, is seen looking frail a
New ISIS video surfaces suggesting hostage John Cantlie may still be alive
FOX News / Posted 10 days ago
as a news report by ISIS’ Amaq news agency—Cantlie, 45, is seen looking frail and gaunt as he stands in front of Mosul University as he “reports” on the bombing of the school about three months ago. Although the video was undated, it appeared... Read more
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Daily Mail
ISIS hostage John Cantlie appears in chilling new propaganda videolooks shockingly thin in chilling new ISIS propaganda video in which he 'attack
ISIS hostage John Cantlie appears in chilling new propaganda video
Daily Mail / Posted 10 days ago
looks shockingly thin in chilling new ISIS propaganda video in which he 'attacks' the US for bombing Mosul's 'finest university' British journalist and ISIS hostage John Cantlie has appeared in new video He looks worryingly thin as he... Read more
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express
ISIS show footage of British hostage journalist John Cantlie slamming US airstrikeswho was kidnapped by the twisted terrorist death cult in November 2012, critici
ISIS show footage of British hostage journalist John Cantlie slamming US airstrikes
express / Posted 10 days ago
who was kidnapped by the twisted terrorist death cult in November 2012, criticising the US-led forces for destroying Mosul University, which lies deep inside ISIS held territory. Related articles ‘Jihadi Jack’ asked parents to convert so they can... Read more
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The News & Observer
The Day's Best Photos |LEONG/AFP/Getty Images FRANCISCO LEONGAFP/Getty Images This undated handout ph
The Day's Best Photos |
The News & Observer / Posted 11 days ago
LEONG/AFP/Getty Images FRANCISCO LEONGAFP/Getty Images This undated handout photo released on July 11, 2016 by the Otago University and NZ Whale and Dolphin Trust shows a critically endangered Maui's dolphin swimming off the west coast of New... Read more
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walesonline
Syrian refugees speak for the first time about their resettlement in Walesjournalist Marcus Edwards has spoken to those that have made Aberystwyth home.
Syrian refugees speak for the first time about their resettlement in Wales
walesonline / Posted 12 days ago
journalist Marcus Edwards has spoken to those that have made Aberystwyth home. Mohamad escaped the now-devastated city of Aleppo in northern Syria and reached Lebanon, where he was selected by the UN and Home Office to come to the UK. Read... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Children's cold and flu medicines: What works?colds are largely caused by viruses and antibiotics are not necessary, says Che
Children's cold and flu medicines: What works?
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 15 days ago
colds are largely caused by viruses and antibiotics are not necessary, says Cheryl Jones, a professor of paediatrics at the University of Sydney. "They are very rarely caused by bacteria, which is what antibiotics work against. In the majority of... Read more
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Mashable
These are the apps refugees are using to find their way in Europeapp he launched has been downloaded over 40,000 times on Android alone. He’s al
These are the apps refugees are using to find their way in Europe
Mashable / Posted 16 days ago
app he launched has been downloaded over 40,000 times on Android alone. He’s also a Syrian refugee. Back in his native Aleppo, Akil ran a small company which developed mobile applications. But as the Arab Spring came to Syria, he became... Read more
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Namibia Economist
Aleppo’s battle rages on, but the resistance is very far from brokenFROM above, the lines dividing regime forces from rebel ones in Aleppo look lik
Aleppo’s battle rages on, but the resistance is very far from broken
Namibia Economist / Posted 18 days ago
FROM above, the lines dividing regime forces from rebel ones in Aleppo look like a yin and yang icon. Locked in a hostile embrace since fighting erupted in July 2012 in what was once Syria’s largest and most economically vibrant city, the warring... Read more
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The Jewish Press
American Weapons Handed to Al Qaeda in Syriaforce. However, what appears to be a simple kidnapping is not that simple at a
American Weapons Handed to Al Qaeda in Syria
The Jewish Press / Posted 19 days ago
force. However, what appears to be a simple kidnapping is not that simple at all. Jaish al-Tahrir operates in the Hama and Aleppo areas and has only 4,000 trained fighters. The group is composed of five units, some of which received BGM-71 TOW... Read more
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News 24 South Africa
Iran anti-Israel protests reflect regional tensionswho had gone to fight in Syria. "[He] was my buddy and lived in our neighbourh
Iran anti-Israel protests reflect regional tensions
News 24 South Africa / Posted 21 days ago
who had gone to fight in Syria. "[He] was my buddy and lived in our neighbourhood. He was killed by Daesh recently in Aleppo," said Saber, using the Arabic name for ISIS. Iran is fighting ISIS and other jihadist groups in Syria as part of its... Read more
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Eye Witness News
US says kills up to 116 civilians in strikes outside war zonesfollowing a reported airstrike on 28 April 2016 in the Bustan al-Qasr rebel-hel
US says kills up to 116 civilians in strikes outside war zones
Eye Witness News / Posted 21 days ago
following a reported airstrike on 28 April 2016 in the Bustan al-Qasr rebel-held district of the northern Syrian city of Aleppo. Picture: AFP. Syria,United States,conflict in Syria,Syria opposition,disarmament of Syria,Syrian rebel support,Syria... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Finding a home, away from home: Refugees, sponsors and what it means to be Canadianand an equally long drive from Mardin, the city in southeast Turkey where they
Finding a home, away from home: Refugees, sponsors and what it means to be Canadian
The Globe and Mail / Posted 22 days ago
and an equally long drive from Mardin, the city in southeast Turkey where they had lived since fleeing the catastrophe of Aleppo. They were carrying everything they owned, in five 20-kilogram bags: 1,500 Syrian lira (under $10, all the money they... Read more
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DW
IS terror in Istanbul: a new phase of attacks | TOP STORIES |logistic support to these groups, but it's also shelling IS positions, allowing
IS terror in Istanbul: a new phase of attacks | TOP STORIES |
DW / Posted 24 days ago
logistic support to these groups, but it's also shelling IS positions, allowing opposition forces to advance in northern Aleppo. Over the past year and a half, Turkey has become the stage for the most frequent and fatal foreign operations that... Read more
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FOX News
Trauma hospitals in Syria remain open despite warstudy were able to function to provide operative trauma care inside Syria," sai
Trauma hospitals in Syria remain open despite war
FOX News / Posted 25 days ago
study were able to function to provide operative trauma care inside Syria," said lead author Dr. Hani Mowafi, of the Yale University School of Medicine in New Haven, Connecticut. Conflicts in Syria began in 2011 and have resulted in hundreds of... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Islamic State may not need the ‘state’ in order to existIslamic State’s demise, as was news from Syria where U.S.-led efforts to defeat
Islamic State may not need the ‘state’ in order to exist
The Globe and Mail / Posted 25 days ago
Islamic State’s demise, as was news from Syria where U.S.-led efforts to defeat IS forces have made gains in the area of Aleppo, no one should think Islamic State is on the run. The battle for Mosul, like the battle for Raqqa, where IS... Read more
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DW
New Brazilian government suspends plans to welcome Syrian refugees | Americas |steadily intensifying, 19-year-old Adel Bakkour was about to begin studying for
New Brazilian government suspends plans to welcome Syrian refugees | Americas |
DW / Posted 27 days ago
steadily intensifying, 19-year-old Adel Bakkour was about to begin studying for a chemistry degree in the northern city of Aleppo. Faced with the likelihood of conscription, Bakkour decided to leave. He crossed the border into Turkey, travelled to... Read more

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