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It was captured by I.S. Militants in 2014 and is their last Iraqi forces seized the airport on Friday - a strategically significant prize. They now plan to use it as a base for their assault on the IS-controlled western part of the city. Sky's Alex Rossi sent this report from Dan-dan, a neighbourhood north east of Mosul Airport.
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Mosul is the second largest city in Iraq. It was captured by IS militants in 2014 and is their last remaining stronghold in the country. Iraqi forces seized the airport on Friday - a strategically significant prize. They now plan to use it as a base for their assault on the IS-controlled western part of the city.
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Iraqi forces seized the airport on Friday - a strategically significant prize. They now plan to use it as a base for their assault on the IS-controlled western part of the city. Sky's Alex Rossi sent this report from Dan-dan, a neighbourhood north-east of Mosul Airport. Windows rattle to the violent percussion of mortars and rockets. This is the sound of an advancing army.
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Luckily you did not listen to missing. -- me sing. It has been fun, and we have seen the politics come into play. We are here on the Sunset strip, on the Friday night before the Oscars. Parties will be taking place. One important one is organised by the United talent agency.
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In the meantime, if you'd like to keep up with what we're up to out on the road, you can sign up to our social media feeds. But for now, from me, Christa Larwood, and the rest of the Travel Show team here in south-east England, it's goodbye. Well, Friday was a much quieter and calmer day than what Thursday brought, thanks to Storm Doris, but as we head into the weekend things turn more unsettled again.
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Finally this week, we're back on the road in Sudan. It's a country scarred by conflict and largely inaccessible for tourists, but with a bit of resolve and some careful planning it is possible to get there. Last time, Benjamin Zand explored some of the country's impressive Archaeological sites, this week he's in the capital Khartoum trying something a little more hands on. Every Friday at 4.
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More headlines coming up next. Well, Friday was a much quieter and calmer day than what Thursday brought, thanks to Storm Doris, but as we head into the weekend things turn more unsettled again. We have loads of weather systems, weather fronts, I should say, ganging up on us, bringing bouts of rain, and isobars tighten up as we head into Saturday.
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The cub still doesn't have a name - there'll be an online poll to choose it next month. And you can get in touch with me and most of the team on Twitter. Thanks for watching BBC News. Well, Friday was much quieter and calmer day than what Thursday brought, thanks to Storm Doris, but as we head into the weekend things turn more unsettled again.
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The world-famous party in Rio de Janeiro kicked off on Friday afternoon. Julia Carneiro met some of the crowds. Hundreds of people are taking to the streets of Rio for Carnival, kicking off with hundreds of street parades like this one to happen in the coming days.
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Isabelle Huppert and her revenge thriller "Elle" are favourites at Friday night's César awards, known as the French Oscars. But they could see some stiff competition from François Ozon's romantic drama "Frantz".
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WOLFSBURG, Germany (AP) - Midfielder Serge Gnabry scored twice as Werder Bremen moved away from the Bundesliga's relegation zone with a 2-1 win at fellow struggler Wolfsburg on Friday. Bremen and Wolfsburg are level on points and two above Hamburger SV, which is in 18th place and in the relegation ...
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SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) - The San Francisco 49ers signed wide receiver DeAndre Carter to a two-year contract on Friday. Carter has not played in the NFL but spent part of the 2015 season on the practice squads in Oakland and New England. Carter was cut by the Patriots last ...
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Former Florida governor and current Democratic U.S. Rep. Charlie Crist, 60, is getting divorced from his socialite second wife Carole Crist, 47, after eight years of marriage, it was announced on Friday.
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Politico
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ATLANTADemocratic National Committee staffers faced death and bomb threats after the leaks of internal emails last year as a result of Russian hacking, interim party chair Donna Brazile told DNC members Friday in an impassioned plea to prevent disagreements from dividing the party. “When it comes to the staff of the Democratic Party, I will stand by them. They are the best and the brightest, the hardest working, the most dedicated, and — let me say this — the most courageous people I know,” she said in the morning session, as party members gathered in Atlanta to elect new leaders. “I know people who had to march and then came home in the South to see blood on the hands of those who tried to get people to register. And yet I watched for the last seven months people who came to work after their lives were threatened. After they had to deal with bomb threats, after they had to deal with people who wanted to murder them,” she continued.
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Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy, an outspoken critic of the Trump administration, said Friday it felt “really good” to be targeted by the White House over his immigration policy. “You should probably be known by your enemies,” Malloy said at POLITICO’s annual State Solutions Conference. White House press secretary Sean Spicer blasted Malloy on Thursday, saying the Connecticut governorchooses not to follow the duly passed laws of this nation” after Malloy told the state police they should not take actionsolely to enforce federal immigration law.” “Whether you’re a governor or mayor or the president, laws are passed in this country and we expect people and our lawmakers and our law enforcement agencies to follow and adhere to the laws as passed by the appropriate level of government,” Spicer said. Malloy fired back, criticizing the Trump administration, even making a joke about the size of Trump’s hands.
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