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Save Idlib from ‘transforming into a blood bath’, UN chief urges fighters and their allies - Dotemirates
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Save Idlib from ‘transforming into a blood bath’, UN chief urges fighters and their allies

NEW YORK, 12th September, 2018 (WAM) -- A full-scale battle for Idlib must be avoided at all costs, the United Nations Secretary-General has stressed, warning that failure to do so would unleash "a humanitarian nightmare unlike any seen in the blood-soaked Syrian conflict" so far. Speaking to the press at UN Headquarters in New York on Tuesday afternoon, Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said that the situation in Idlib is not sustainable and underscored that the presence of terrorist groups sheltering in the enclave cannot be tolerated. "But fighting terrorism does not absolve warring parties of their core obligations under international law,"...


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Taliban Say No Pact Struck In Meet With US On Deadline To End Afghan War

Kabul: A three-day meeting between the Taliban and the U.S. special envoy for Afghanistan to pave the way for peace talks ended with no agreement, the militant group said a day after the diplomat declared a deadline of April 2019 to end a 17-year-long war.Afghanistan's security situation has worsened since NATO formally ended combat operations in 2014, as Taliban insurgents battle to reimpose strict Islamic law following their overthrow in 2001 at the hands of U.S.-led troops.Leaders of the hardline Islamist group met U.S. special envoy Zalmay Khalilzad at their political headquarters in Qatar last week for the second time...
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Do not want to hear 'suffering', 'terrible' Khashoggi tape: President Trump

Washington: US President Donald Trump says he has been fully briefed on an audio recording of journalist Jamal Khashoggi's murder but does not want to listen to it himself. "Because it's a suffering tape. It's a terrible tape," he said in an interview with "Fox News on Sunday." "It was very violent, very vicious and terrible." Trump refrained from blaming Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman, even though the CIA reportedly concluded that he ordered the October 2 assassination in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. Trump on Saturday told reporters that the US would release "a very full report" on...
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Theresa May stands by Brexit deal

UK Prime Minister Theresa May says she won’t reopen negotiations with Brussels over the Brexit deal she agreed last week. Some of her own cabinet ministers are pressing for changes to the Withdrawal Agreement ahead of an EU summit to sign it off this weekend. May could still face a vote of confidence this week if enough of her MPs submit letters calling for her to be removed as leader. Bernard Jenkin MP says he hasn’t yet written one.

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The Note: Mississippi runoff tests Democrats’ momentum

The TAKE with Rick Klein Interested in The Note? Add The Note as an interest to stay up to date on the latest The Note news, video, and analysis from ABC News. The Note Add Interest Overtime is over in Georgia and Florida now after Democrats ran out of options -- and are short of votes -- in both southern states. That leaves Mississippi looming as a challenge and an opportunity for a party that wants to show it can compete everywhere, and win, even where it's not supposed to. There are a few reasons to think that the Mississippi...
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S. Korea still hopeful Kim Jong-Un visits Seoul this year

The South Korean government says it’s still possible North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un may visit Seoul this year despite a delay in nuclear talks between Washington and Pyongyang. Bruce Harrison reports from Seoul
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Macron calls for stronger union with Germany

French President Emanuel Macron called for closer Franco-German ties during a speech before Germany’s parliament, saying Europe has an obligation to prevent the world slipping into “chaos”. Since his election last year, Macron has pushed for Eurozone reforms, something which requires help from Berlin. Ira Spitzer has more from the German capital