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Jordan pounds ISIS positions as air war begins to bite – The Daily Star


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Jordan pounds ISIS positions as air war begins to bite
The Daily Star
A wounded girl lies in a field hospital after what activists said was regime shelling in the Douma neighborhood of Damascus. REUTERS/Mohammed Badra. Connect; Tweet; RSS; Follow; Email; Print; Share. The Daily Star. AMMAN: Jordan has launched 56 ...
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Jordan: ISIS lost 20% of its military capabilitiesAl-Arabiya
Source: ISIS wants more hostagesCNN International

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15 pictures to celebrate Bafta Fellowship winner Mike Leigh – Irish Examiner


Irish Examiner

15 pictures to celebrate Bafta Fellowship winner Mike Leigh
Irish Examiner
Director Mike Leigh has been awarded with the Bafta Fellowship at tonight's annual celebration of moving making in the UK. Each year, Bafta awards one person its highest accolade – awarded in recognition of outstanding and exceptional contribution to film, ...

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15 pictures to celebrate Bafta Fellowship winner Mike Leigh – Irish Examiner


Irish Examiner

15 pictures to celebrate Bafta Fellowship winner Mike Leigh
Irish Examiner
Director Mike Leigh has been awarded with the Bafta Fellowship at tonight's annual celebration of moving making in the UK. Each year, Bafta awards one person its highest accolade – awarded in recognition of outstanding and exceptional contribution to film, ...

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UPDATE 2-Greek PM Tsipras sets up another EU clash, refuses bailout extension – Reuters


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UPDATE 2-Greek PM Tsipras sets up another EU clash, refuses bailout extension
Reuters
(Updates with details from speech). By Deepa Babington and Renee Maltezou. ATHENS Feb 8 (Reuters) - Greece's new leftist prime minister, Alexis Tsipras, said on Sunday he would not accept an extension to Greece's current bailout, setting up a clash with ...
Greek premier proclaims end to austerity in policy statementChron.com
The world should listen to Greece's big idea about debtQuartz
Greek PM Tsipras sets up another EU clash, refuses bailout extensionReuters UK
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Greece and eurozone take modest steps to bridge differences – Chron.com


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Greece and eurozone take modest steps to bridge differences
Chron.com
BRUSSELS (AP) — Greece and its creditors in the 19-country eurozone took visible, if modest, steps Thursday to bridge their differences over Athens' demands to lighten the load of its bailout, but an imminent deal still appears to be still some way off.
Greece, EU Strike Friendlier Tone After Hopes of Quick Deal Are DashedWall Street Journal
No negotiations on Greece at EU summit, officials to meet FridayReuters
Greek PM edges towards bailout dealTimes of India
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Egypt to compensate families of dead fans – Reuters


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Egypt to compensate families of dead fans
Reuters
CAIRO (Reuters) - Families of fans who died outside an Egyptian soccer stadium on Sunday when security forces barred fans from entering will be offered 25,000 Egyptian pounds ($3280) in compensation. A Health Ministry spokesman said the final toll was ...
Egypt Orders Investigation of Deadly Football StampedeVoice of America
Soccer deaths shed light on Egypt's political strugglesDaily Mail
Egyptian Fans Blame Police for the Death of 22 in StampedeTIME
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Victims of Sydney siege remembered at Parliament House – Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Morning HeraldVictims of Sydney siege remembered at Parliament HouseSydney Morning HeraldThe families of the victims of the Sydney siege have been personally addressed by Prime Minister Tony Abbott and Opposition Leader Bill Shorten in Canberra....

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