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Iraqi government forces have halted their push to recapture western Mosul after reports of mass civilian casualties. It is feared scores, perhaps as many as 200 people, may have died as a result of American led airstrikes against ISIL last week. The US military has launched an investigation while a review of tactics has also been ordered. One man burying several members of his family said: "How could they have used this much artillery on civilian locations. Before the battle for the westREAD MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2017/03/26/battle-for-mosul-us-investigates-coalition-airstrikes-said-to-have-caused-mass What are the top stories today? Click to watch: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLSyY1udCyYqBeDOz400FlseNGNqReKkFd euronews: the most watched news channel in Europe Subscribe! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=euronews euronews is available in 13 languages: https://www.
The Washington Times - NCAA
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - Tyler Dorsey had just led Oregon to its first Final Four in nearly eight decades when he looked into a TV camera and passed along a very simple message to all those East Coast fans. The ones who are often asleep before the Ducks have ...
The Economic Times
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In the West, top You-Tube stars like PewDie-Pie, Roman Atwood and Lily Singh rake in the moolah — they earned $15 million, $8 million and $7.5 million, respectively, in 2016. India’s up-and coming YouTubers can take heart.
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KyivPost
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Bulgarians are going to the polls on March 26, with the pro-Russia Socialists pitted against the pro-Western center-right party of former Prime Minister Boyko Borisov. Opinion polls show a tight race, with Borisov's GERB party and the Socialist Party (BSP) both getting around 30 percent of the vote. Read more here The post RFE/RL: Bulgarians go to polls in battle of pro-Russia, pro-west parties appeared first on KyivPost .
Al Jazeera
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There has been a dramatic rise in the number of civilians killed in the fight against ISIL in Syria and Iraq. Rights groups who monitor deaths of civilians in both countries have said dozens of people have been killed this week in three separate air strikes. Most of those who died were in the Iraqi city of Mosul. The US-led coalition on Saturday admitted to carrying out air raids at a location in west Mosul where scores of civilians were reportedly killed last week. Several more were killed in northern Syria, when bombs were dropped on a school sheltering people and on a mosque. The US is investigating the incident. So, what is behind what appears to be an increase in the number of air raids against ISIL? And why has there been a sharp increase in the number of civilian deaths? Presenter : Martine Dennis Guests: Mark Kimmitt - retired US brigadier general who served as the deputy director of pperations and chief military spokesman in Iraq Ahmed Rushdi - director of the House of Iraqi Expertise Foundation Chris Woods - director of airwars.
The Bolton News - North West
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BBC News 24
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When the offensive from Mosul began in October, the eastern half was relatively easy because the neighbourhoods were apart, the security forces had urged people to stay at home and not take the risk of fleeing however the West is different. We estimate around 600,000 people may still be there.
BBC News 24
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the camps? What we have seen in the last week has been an enormous spike in the numbers of people coming out. Most of the families leaving West Mosul whether current offence are under way, have to transit through a place called how Mum Lille where visited.
BBC News 24
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working into the north and west. Before we get that, we have some dry, sunny weather to look forward to. Anywhere in the eastern counties, taking a few to break apart the clouds. In the warmest spots, temperatures pushing into the upper teens. Western areas favoured,.
BBC News 24
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potential in Shetland. 19 point something I think is quite likely this afternoon. Northern Ireland, 18 degrees in a few spots and 18 as well for Western Wales, parts of north-west England but come to the south-east. Chilly winds blowing and it.
BBC News 24
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the last couple of days! So that feature is the warmest place in the UK? Yes, Aboyne in Aberdeenshire. The warmest day we have had so far this year. It was also pretty warm for the north-west of.
The Economic Times
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While the Enlightenment swept its way across Europe and the US in the 18th century, its influence was felt in India only in the 19th. Liberalism, however one tries to spin it, was an import from the West, and it is ironic that many of our finest freedom fighters were influenced by British thinkers. The great early figures of our resistanceheroes of mine such as Naoroji, Ranade, Agarkar and Gokhale — were essentially British liberals. Until Mahatma Gandhi, the freedom struggle was a battle between the British empire on one hand, and Indian elites inspired by Western ideas on the other. Gandhi did catalyse it into a mass movement, but his intellectual influences weren't Indian either. He was more influenced by John Ruskin and Tolstoy than any Indian thinker, and V S Naipaul once called him "the least Indian of Indian leaders." By the time the British finally quit India, the liberalism of the Gokhale years had been replaced by the soft socialism that was then in vogue.
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SABC Digital News
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The Province of North West will yet again be abuzz with entertainment and loads of activities in and around Sun City, as it prepares to host the 23rd installment of the South Africa Music Awards. They will return to the region to for its annual show. This will be its 14th of the 22 previous ceremonies since it's launched in 1994. The CEO of recording industry of South Africa (RISA) Nhlanhla Sibisi joins us this morning to discuss awards going back to Sun City. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
BBC News 24
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bit more in the way of clout. Coming in from the North Sea. The week ahead and starts off on a decent note. -- cloud. The same area of high pressure dominating initially but we will see changes midweek as rain moves into the north and west by Wednesday. Before we get back, Monday looks like another decent day. Cloudy to start with.
ESPN Cricinfo - West Indies
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Carlos Brathwaite has said he has learnt to deal with the expectations that have arisen since the World T20 triumph
Western Daily Press
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Tailgating, driving without insurance or MoT, driving the wrong way down a one-way street South West drivers are quite relaxed about breaking the law, revealed research carried out on behalf of car insurance Admiral. Even though the fine for using your mobile phone whilst driving has recently been increased to £200 and six points on your licence, nearly a quarter of drivers still think it is better to drive with a mobile phone than speeding. And even towards speeding they seem to...
BBC News 24
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and west of the UK, outbreaks of rain towards the middle part of the week. Some changes in the forecast by Wednesday. Here is Wednesday. A bit of clout to start the day. Maybe a bit misty. Most of that should burn away. Tomorrow, some decent spells of sunshine with light winds coming in from.
SABC Digital News
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Newly established guitarists from Kagiso in the West Rand consists of 16 learners in and around the community. The group focuses on developing the children's musical skills and talent. They age from as young as 7-15 years old. The aim of this collection is to uncover the youngsters gift to its full potential. For more on musical group of the Bokamoso community, we're joined by the founding member Phiwe Mlambo. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
Herald Courier
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The final prep basketball experience for Luke Phillips began on a painful note when he injured his ankle in warmups, but the Richlands senior gained redemption in a big way.
BBC News 24
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parts of England and Wales. Lighter winds further north. Lots of sunshine across the bulk of Scotland, away from the Northern Isles. This time the highest temperatures in Scotland more likely to be further west in western Scotland. Across Counties Fermanagh and Tyrone we could get up to 18. 18 possible in the north and west of Wales
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making it the warmest day of the year so far, closely followed by west Wales, Northern Ireland and into Cumbria. We'll see similar temperatures again on Sunday. But it's pretty cold out there at the moment, especially underneath that high pressure where we've got no wind to speak of