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Footage emerged on Thursday, showing the aftermath of heavy shelling in Donetsk, which left scores of houses and a local school extensively damaged or completely destroyed. A local citizen Konstantin described the overnight shelling, saying that "a shell fell in my mother's bedroom and another one directly hit our apartment. My mother was transported to the hospital in Kalinino, she received head injuries." SOT, Konstantin, local resident (Russian): "I woke up from shelling and went to kitchen. I saw shells landing next to me and as soon as I told my wife we need to go to the basement, a shell fell in my mother's bedroom and another one directly hit our apartment. My mother was transported to the hospital in Kalinino, she received head injuries. I don't know for sure whether she has undergone an operation. Then emergency service teams began to arrive." Video ID: 20170330 021 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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21stCenturyWire
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They are originally nomads that moved into countries such as Syria, Iraq, Turkey but their origins are in Iran. It was brought up from time to time but recently it has been discussed more openly and adamantly. It has now become a demand and one they will stop at nothing to achieve. This is quite problematic and many people in the region are waiting to see how this will unfold. It is surely a battle, the end results are unknown. The Kurds were treated well and did not have any issues with the Syrian Government. They had equal rights, free education, free healthcare like the rest of the Syrians. Many do not have a passport which makes traveling legally an issue but it doesnt seem to be a big concern for them. Question: How have the illegal Western sanctions on Syria impacted the Al-Hasaka area? Answer: The illegal sanctions have had a detrimental affect on the entire country.
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KUALA LUMPUR: The ringgit closed slightly lower against the US dollar today, in line with the bearish performances of most regional currencies, as the weakness in the euro bolstered demand for the greenback. At 6pm, the local unit stood at 4.4190/4220 against the greenback compared with 4.4170/4210 yesterday. A dealer said the market remained clouded with uncertainty over the outlook of US fiscal policies such as President Donald Trump's tax reforms and expectations of further interest rate increases by the Federal Reserve. Against other major currencies, the local note was traded mixed. It fell against the Singapore dollar to 3.1677/1703 from 3.1665/1705 yesterday and declined against the British pound to 5.4959/5014 from 5.4908/4966 on Wednesday. The ringgit rose against the euro to 4.7442/7488 from 4.7659/7716 yesterday and edged higher against the yen to 3.9732/9763 from 3.9778/9822 on Wednesday. — Bernama
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A lot of these plants are not getting enough supply or sale because "installed capacity base is increasing faster than the demand". Asked whether the government is going to amend the policy related to mega power plants, Goyal said it is looking at revising the documents related to ultra mega power projects. "We are looking at revising the UMPP documents but we are not doing it in a hurry," he added.
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to preserve these rights should vote for this bill. For ignoring some of the more over excitable parts of the demand from the Brexit press and backbenchers, confirming that he has included.
Daily Express
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BRUSSELS offered Theresa May a glimmer of hope over the thorny issue of Britain’s financial obligations to the European Union today as MEPs said the UK should not simply be presented with a demand to pay up or else.
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The European position at the moment is that they don't want to talk about our future relationship with the EU until the matter of the divorce Bill, the divorce settlement, has been agreed. Should the Government agree to that, or should it demand that negotiations take place in.
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parallel? I think making demands of that sort, which would stall the process, would not be helpful. Which demand - ours or theirs? The one that we would make that we would only talk about the future in parallel with talking about the settlement
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So it's OK for Mr Barnier to demand that we had to settle the divorce Bill before the future relationship, but it would be wrong for us to demand that we do both at once? I mean, whose side are you one? I am not saying that, Andrew. It is a matter.
Daily Express
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BRUSSELS offered Theresa May a glimmer of hope over the thorny issue of Britain’s financial obligations to the European Union today as MEPs said the UK should not simply be presented with a demand to pay up or else.
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New young investors are paying record prices for paintings by Devon contemporary and naïve artists, including Beryl Cook and Robert Lenciewicz.Auctioneer Paul Keen says there has been an uplift in demand with younger collectors bidding for affordable art at auction. There was intensive bidding for artists such as Beryl Cook, Brian Pollard, Simeon Stafford and Lee Woods and Beryl Cook.A study of Karen by Robert Lenkiewicz sold for £3,000 and another of Anna for £2,200. Also a...
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Gordon: “The United States launched more airstrikes in Yemen this month than during all of last year. In Syria, it has airlifted local forces to front-line positions and has been accused of killing civilians in airstrikes. ... Two months after the inauguration of President Trump, indications are mounting that the United States military is deepening its involvement in a string of complex wars in the Middle East that lack clear endgames. Rather than representing any formal new Trump doctrine on military action, however, American officials say that what is happening is a shift in military decision-making that began under President Barack Obama. On display are some of the first indications of how complicated military operations are continuing under a president who has vowed to make the militaryfight to win.’” http://nyti.ms/2ojN6OH -- @jimsciutto : “Just in: CENTCOM Commander says #Russia is likely ‘providing some kind of support’ to the Taliban in AfghanistanHMM -- “Trump Drops Human Rights Demand in Bid to Sell Bahrain F-16 Jets,” by Bloomberg’s Anthony Capaccio: “The U.
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kind of ingredients are you working with? Sausage and p t , some vegetables, we're going to make stew and we're going to use traditional recipes for the cakes. Pallister demand will there be for this?.
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-- how much demand. We are expecting 120 people but there will be a series of events over the next.
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Their delivery team are already a common site on Plymouth roads - and now popular fast food service Deliveroo is expanding to even more parts of the city.Following a hugely successful launch in the city centre, the on-demand delivery service - which delivers meals from restaurants and takeaways to people's doors on pushbikes - will cater for Janners in Mannamead, Lipson, Efford and Milehouse.Deliveroo claims the expansion will create more work opportunities for people in the city.Read more:...