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29 Turkish soldiers confirmed killed in Idlib airstrike as Erdogan chairs emergency meeting on Syria

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At least 29 Turkish servicemen have been killed in an airstrike in Syria’s Idlib province, while an unspecified number of soldiers were injured. Turkish officials attributed the strike to the Syrian military. “In Idlib, Turkey’s armed forces were targeted by the regime elements in an airstrike,” Hatay province Governor Rahmi Dogan told the media late Read More

‘War of nerves’: Turkey goes ‘all-in’ to stop Syrian advance in Idlib but will it end up in all-out war?

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Tensions in Syria’s Idlib province show no signs of abating, with the Syrian Army pressing the offensive against militants while Turkey still seems to be hell-bent on stopping it. Will the situation boil over into open war? Recent days have seen another spiral of tensions between Ankara and Damascus over the troubled north-western Syrian province Read More

Couple separated by coronavirus quarantine speaks out: ‘Don’t panic with this’

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A couple separated by acoronavirus quarantine joined “Bill Hemmer Reports” Thursday to update the public on their condition as they mark their tenth day in isolation. Carl Goldman, one of 11 American evacuees from the quarantined Diamond Princesscruise ship who tested positive for thecoronavirus, told Hemmer that he was recently transferred from the biocontainment facility to the quarantine unit at the University of Read More

Shawcor Ltd. Announces Fourth Quarter 2019 Results

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Fourth quarter 2019 revenue was $334 million, 6% lower than the $354 million reported in the fourth quarter of 2018. Adjusted EBITDA1 in the fourth quarter of 2019 was $30 million, 22% higher than the $24 million reported in the fourth quarter of 2018. Net loss2 in the fourth quarter of 2019 was $81.8 million Read More

‘Princess Diana would’ve been alive in America’: Conservative speaker manages to offend both Brits & French in anti-medicare rant

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A speaker at CPAC claimed the late Princess Diana died not because of her tragic car accident, but because France’s socialized medicine prevented her from getting proper medical care. Conservative fears of socialized medicine — a policy that presidential hopefuls like Bernie Sanders have floated — hit a fever pitch at the Conservative Political Action Read More

Investment advisors worry U.S. response to coronavirus is too little too late

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NEW YORK (Reuters) – Investment-advisors are increasingly worried that U.S. authorities are not be doing enough to prevent a widespread outbreak of coronavirus in the country, potentially adding further downside to already-battered markets. FILE PHOTO: A woman wearing a mask to prevent the coronavirus is reflected in the mirrors, in Seoul, South Korea, February 24, Read More

Barr sounds call to push back against anti-cop attitudes, adopt ‘zero tolerance’ to resisting police

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Attorney General William Barr on Thursday gave a strong message of support to the country’s police officers, calling for Americans to respect cops and push back against an anti-cop attitude that sees resisting police as acceptable. “Being a police officer is more difficult than it’s ever been before,” Barr said at an International Association of Chiefs Read More

How US can prepare for coronavirus: ‘It takes all of us working together’

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Amid warnings from federal health officials that “it’s not a question of if, but when” the novel coronavirus will begin to spread at the community level in the U.S, President Trump cited a report from John’ Hopkins University that said America is the most prepared country to handle an outbreak of COVID-19. But how exactly should our health care facilities Read More

1st coronavirus case of unknown origin in US was hospitalized for days before being tested: officials

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A Northern California woman who is the nation’s firstcoronavirus case of unknown origin was hospitalized for days before she was tested for the novel virus, according to the hospital where she initially sought treatment before being transferred to UC Davis Medical Center. The woman was first treated at NorthBay VacaValley Hospital, which is under the NorthBay Read More

‘OAS misled public’: MIT study finds ‘NO evidence of fraud’ in Bolivia election that saw Evo Morales ousted in military coup

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A new MIT study has found no evidence of fraud in Bolivia’s 2019 election, despite allegations of serious irregularities by the Organization of American States (OAS), which led to the ousting of Evo Morales in a military coup. John Curiel and Jack R Williams examined the OAS’s report and published their findings in the Washington Read More