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Turkish Military Helicopter Shot Down In Syria

The Turkish News Agency has admitted that so far 19 soldiers have been killed and now an Augusta Westland T129 advanced attack helicopter has been shot down. In Idlib, the largest area controlled by the opposition, at least two million people reside. Idlib is one of the last main strongholds of rebels opposed to President Bashar al-Assad, who have been driven from most of their bastions in Syria since Russian Federation joined the war on the side of Assad's government in 2015. Read More »

Scope captures images of Tesla in space


SpaceX has not released the orbital parameters of the Tesla , but it is now being tracked along with thousands of other space objects by the U.S. Air Force Space Command. And SpaceX does have one more thing to check off its to-do list before it can focus on BFR. Kirobo was jointly developed by several companies in Japan and went to the International Space Station in 2013. Read More »

Biden Blasts Trump for Wishing Disgraced Ex-Aide Properly


He told the Post that "this incident is an opportunity to highlight the grossly underreported and unacknowledged issue of female-on-male domestic violence ". A White House official told NPR's Tamara Keith that Sorensen's position did not require a security clearance, but that his background check was ongoing. Read More »

Red Gerard Latest News, Photos, and Videos


So Red Gerard , and the other snowboard medalists will still get their medals, just later on in the day. "Oh. My. God." Gerard mouthed when he saw his score. As the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea start you'll see names that you're not entirely aware of yet. "I spent a lot of time in the gym, not a lot of time on my snowboard", said McMorris. Read More »

Zidane: Madrid mustn't think about PSG


I am happy at Chelsea and fully focused with them", Hazard said in the interview published on Friday; sticking to tried and true industry standard platitudes. But the Portuguese forward has gotten 2018 off to a flying start, adding three more goals to his tally in Saturday's win over Real Sociedad . PSG travel to Madrid to face Real next midweek before a visit from Strasbourg in Ligue 1 and then a Marseille doubleheader in Le Championnat and the Coupe de France. Read More »

Your Guide to South Korea (And the Olympics!): Travelogue Podcast


But the North was welcomed with open arms to what South Korean President Moon Jae-in called " Olympic games of peace". Thursday night, the two Koreas closed out the opening parade of nations by marching under one flag . Later, he skipped a formal dinner at which he was due to share a table with North Korea's ceremonial head of state Kim Yong Nam . She said there are "party members", i.e athletes, "administrative members", who are the officials, and then, more troubling, ... Read More »

African nations make history with Winter Olympic competitors


Jelena Vujicic of Montenegro carries the national flag during the opening ceremony . They were seated beside the Moons and next to Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his wife. The way I see it, we can all learn something from that. In a bid to avoid controversy over the culinary customs of eating dog meat, local authorities have tried to curb the serving of canine delicacies by offering nearby restaurants subsidies to temporarily alter their menus. Read More »

Sonam Kapoor gets her second highest opening with Pad Man


He alleged that he had sent a script to Dharma Productions and scenes in the film have been lifted from his story. The film is based on a short story from Twinkle Khanna's book " The Legend Of Lakshmi Prasad " which is inspired from the life of Muruganantham, a Tamil Nadu-based social activist who revolutionised the concept of menstrual hygiene in rural India by creating a low-priced sanitary napkins machine. Read More »

"Very intense" flu season on track to break records, CDC says


And the total to date of 3,839 hospitalizations is the second-highest in the last six flu seasons . The CDC has released new numbers on the flu this year and it could be on track to break seasonal records. "Flu is incredibly hard to predict", she said in a conference call with reporters Friday morning. This year, influenza has been sickening people at a rate the Centers for Disease Control hasn't seen since the deadly swine flu pandemic of 2009. Read More »

Trump's White House stands firm against winds of change


He resigned after being confronted by officials about the allegations. And what was the President's response to all this? Trump calls the charges "lies" and says the women are "liars", claiming they are controlled by political opponents or seeking money or their own shots at "fame". Read More »

Backed forces in Syria strike pro-regime militants, killing at least 100


The SDF is an alliance of Arab and Kurdish forces, based in northern and eastern Syria, that together with the USA -led coalition are fighting against the government of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and ISIS. "The Coalition remains committed to focusing on the defeat-Daesh mission in the Middle Euphrates River Valley and asserts its non-negotiable right to act in self-defense", the statement said. Read More »

Putin, Erdogan Discuss Military Coordination In Syria


Sweden and Kuwait presented the measure that would also demand an immediate end to sieges, including in Eastern Ghouta where a bombing campaign by government forces has killed more than 240 civilians in five days. "The reason is that the air raids target only the markets and the residential neighborhoods", said a SAMS medical worker. "It was hit by the planes". Read More »

From day one: A timeline of Gerald Stanley's trial


Mr. Boushie, a 22-year-old Cree man from Red Pheasant First Nation, was killed on August 9, 2016, when the vehicle in which he was a passenger drove on to Gerald Stanley's farm. "Hopefully we can have some kind of a co-ordinated response to this issue". "I invite you to connect with one another so that we can organize more events in solidarity", she said. Read More »

[Breaking] NK leader Kim Jong-un invites Moon to Pyongyang


In frosty five degree below zero temperatures, South Korea's leader Moon Jae-in is pictured wearing a white puffer jacket, smiling as he offers his hand to Kim Jong-un's sister, Kim Yo-jong, standing in a tiered seating area. But the agreement made little headway after the North carried out a series of nuclear and missile tests, and after conservative presidents took office in the South, adopting a harder line on Pyongyang. Read More »

Games organisers confirm cyber attack, won't reveal source — Olympics


The invitation was verbally delivered by Kim's sister, Kim Yo-jong, during a meeting at Moon's presidential compound in Seoul a day after the opening ceremony for the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics in South Korea . Earlier, US Vice-President Mike Pence briefly encountered Kim Yong-nam at the Games but the two tried to avoid directly facing each other, Yonhap news agency reports . Read More »

Congress Working To Avoid Government Shutdown


This time , Senator Brown said Democrats may have to separate the immigration issue from the budget battle. It will help us serve the veterans who have bravely served us. Schumer and other Democrats are wanting to see more assurances when it comes to DACA and immigration negotiations [VIDEO ] before proceeding. Read More »

Second White House Staffer Steps Down After Domestic Abuse Allegations

Speechwriter David Sorensen resigned after Jessica Corbett alleged she was the victim of domestic violence during their two-and-a-half-year marriage. Kelly has said he is willing to resign multiple times in the past over disagreements with the President, sources said, calling it a tactic. Vice President Mike Pence, traveling in South Korea to attend the opening ceremonies of the Winter Olympics, said he was "appalled" by the allegations against Porter. Read More »

Snowstorm in upper Midwest delays air travellers


The Weather Service predicts mostly quiet weather to follow the storm, with no chances for snow until 20 percent on Wednesday . The Chicago area is bracing for the biggest snow storm of the season starting Thursday night . Numerous law enforcement agencies have warned those traveling on the roadways this week to use extra caution, especially during Friday morning's commute. Read More »

Pence pushes tough N. Korea stance


North Korea has sent 22 athletes in all, including 12 on a united women's ice hockey team, to Pyeongchang , which lies just 80km south of the border. Moon's office says the North Korean delegates were served traditional food from the Gangwon province, a mountainous coastal area that's home to the Olympic towns of Pyeongchang and Gangneung. Read More »

John Kelly Expects White House to Approve Release of Democratic Memo


They've had it in hand since Monday evening. Witness the slow-motion jiujitsu between President Trump and his Democratic antagonists this week over a secret countermemo that rebuts the once-secret GOP memo unveiled last week. If Trump declines to declassify and release the Democrats' memo, it could set up a dispute that would pit the White House and many of Trump's fellow Republicans in Congress against Democrats, law enforcement and intelligence agencies. Read More »

House Passes Budget Deal to Raise Spending and Reopen Government


The White House was forced to order the government shutdown shortly after midnight, but leaders quickly hustled to move before federal employees were due back at work, hoping to minimize the disruption. February 8, 2018. Members of the House have been warned about the possibility of having to vote on what the Senate passes between 3 a.m. and 6 a.m. "There aren't a whole lot of history books about great points in the U.S. Read More »

North Korea's Kim invites Moon to Pyongyang for summit


US Vice President Mike Pence also attended the Games opening ceremony but had no contact with the North Korean delegation . A senior administration official aboard Pence's airplane also told reporters that South Korea and Japan "are solidly with our alliance and the need to continue and intensify economic sanctions". Read More »

Donald Trump defends aide accused of beating ex-wives

Porter, who was close to Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner and former chief of staff Reince Priebus, joined the office after volunteering for the Trump campaign and taking on a bigger role during the transition. This moment, though, should be a time of reckoning for a White House in which so many women have lost hope. In all instances, they claimed the purported misconduct occurred years before he entered politics. Read More »

Rory McIlroy five putts after near eagle at Pebble Beach


Phil Mickelson fired a 65 that puts him three shots back. Sharing sixth alongside world No.1 Dustin Johnson , who shot a 67 at Spyglass Hill, Percy admits he was rusty. "It was a nice way to finish after not getting off to a great start", Mickelson told Golf Channel after signing for a 3-under 69. "So all in all pretty pleased". Read More »

North and South Korea enter Winter Olympics as one


The Pences, seated next to Moon and just a row ahead of Kim and the North's 90-year-old nominal head of state, remained in their seats, unsmiling. The New York Times reported Friday that during the opening ceremony , North and South Korean athletes marched together under the unified flag, a moment that was "moving" to many spectators. Read More »

Named biggest threat for vehicle Elon musk in space


The payload is a vehicle manufactured by Musk's other company, Tesla. Not only is it headed toward Mars, but nearly to the dwarf planet Ceres in the asteroid belt. Mars is driving all of Musk's space efforts. "It's just for fun", Musk said Monday in an interview with CBS. The rocket is created to lift the equivalent weight of five double-decker London buses - 64 tons - into space. Read More »

Pence avoids Olympics encounter with North Korean official

Kim played an active role in Pyeongchang's bid to host the Olympics. He did not mention the United States , which North Korea considers its main enemy and regularly threatens to destroy in a sea of flames. The officials, who spoke on condition because they were not authorized to discuss the USA approach publicly, also denied that Pence had been blindsided by the seating arrangement - with the North Koreans in the row behind him, allowing Kim Yo Jong to be easily pictured in profile next to ... Read More »

After brief government shutdown, parties agree to spending bill


Just three weeks ago, a similar failure to agree on a new budget in January resulted in a U.S. government shutdown for three days, with scores of federal agencies across America unable to continue operating. But he also points out that congressional committees are moving forward with cuts to the agency ($528 million in the House; $150 million in the Senate) that might look reasonable compared to Trump's proposal but are significant nonetheless to an agency that has gradually shrunk over ... Read More »

No Prospect Of Talks Between US And North Korea At Olympic Games


The dictator's sister, Kim Yo Jong , and the country's 90-year-old nominal head of state, Kim Yong Nam, were seated a row behind. Kim Yo Jong and the rest of the North Korean delegation sat next to Vice President Pence at the Olympic's opening ceremony Friday, but they did not speak or acknowledge each other . Read More »