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Swissinfo
Air strikes hit aid convoy as Syria says ceasefire overstarted with an hour of extremely fierce bombing," said Besher Hawi, the former
Air strikes hit aid convoy as Syria says ceasefire over
Swissinfo / Posted 5 days ago
started with an hour of extremely fierce bombing," said Besher Hawi, the former spokesman for the opposition's Aleppo city council. "Now I can hear the sound of helicopters overhead. The last two were barrel bombs," he said, the sound of an... Read more
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Swissinfo
Aid trucks hit by air strikes as Syria says ceasefire overBy Tom Perry and John Davison BEIRUT (Reuters) - Air raids hit aid trucks near
Aid trucks hit by air strikes as Syria says ceasefire over
Swissinfo / Posted 5 days ago
By Tom Perry and John Davison BEIRUT (Reuters) - Air raids hit aid trucks near the city of Aleppo on Monday, a monitoring group reported, as the Syrian military declared that a week-long ceasefire was over. The attacks were carried out by either... Read more
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The Dalles Chronicle
Looking Back on September 18recovery of the fish. Richard N. Williams, chairman of an independent scientifi
Looking Back on September 18
The Dalles Chronicle / Posted 7 days ago
recovery of the fish. Richard N. Williams, chairman of an independent scientific group, told the Northwest Power Planning Council that it needs to take a more natural and less technological approach to saving salmon. Thousands of youngsters all... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Trump that: Belfast Council spends £40k on luxury hotels around worldBelfast City Council has spent more than £40,000 of ratepayers' money putting i
Trump that: Belfast Council spends £40k on luxury hotels around world
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 12 days ago
Belfast City Council has spent more than £40,000 of ratepayers' money putting its staff and councillors up in luxurious hotels around the world - including Donald Trump's five-star hotel in Las Vegas. More than £30,000 alone has been spent on... Read more
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Daily News
[Parliament–Ranil Wickremesinghe in Parliament yesterday. He said the government had alrea
[Parliament–
Daily News / Posted 15 days ago
Ranil Wickremesinghe in Parliament yesterday. He said the government had already approved a Sustainable Development Council Bill and the same has been referred to Provincial Councils for their observations. He added that following their... Read more
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The Local
'We can't go out without our dads and mums now'me it was a catastrophe (...) I came directly and asked about my children," his
'We can't go out without our dads and mums now'
The Local / Posted 23 days ago
me it was a catastrophe (...) I came directly and asked about my children," his mum adds in broken Swedish. "It's a good city (...) but now I also have stress. What can I tell you? I can't forget it, it's very hard." Elledin, 8, says he has... Read more
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The Courier
Letters to the EditorI call on current and future councillors to display this leadership,avoid const
Letters to the Editor
The Courier / Posted 26 days ago
I call on current and future councillors to display this leadership,avoid constructing needless follies and build things to have tangible benefits for our city. Bike lanes not waterslides I moved away from Ballarat in 2000 and returned to live here... Read more
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The Irish Times
In the Dublin high-rise debate, size matters less than qualityeconomy, and despite the potential fallout from Brexit, Dublin could be at a hi
In the Dublin high-rise debate, size matters less than quality
The Irish Times / Posted 28 days ago
economy, and despite the potential fallout from Brexit, Dublin could be at a historic tipping point in its development. The city’s new development plan – to be debated by councillors next month – sets out a vision for the capital to be “one of... Read more

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