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Syrian Rescuers Pay a Tragic Price

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The Syrian regime’s relentless assault on the rebel-held area of Eastern Ghouta outside Damascus has spared little, targeting not only hospitals and markets, but also medical rescuers and their families.Residents and medical workers describe the offensive, backed by Russian airstrikes, as a war of extermination meant to bring the suburb to its knees and force its unconditional surrender.

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Xcerra Calls Off $580 Million Deal Amid Scrutiny

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has agreed to terminate its sale to a Chinese group, citing difficulty in securing federal approval for the $580 million deal.-based Xcerra, which provides testing technology for semiconductors and electronics, said that “despite our best efforts to secure approval, it has become evident that” the Committee on Foreign Investment in the U.

MGM Resorts Struggles on the Las Vegas Strip

MGM Resorts Struggles on the Las Vegas Strip

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The Las Vegas Strip appears to have had a pretty weak fourth quarter and that more than offset gains in Macau.The Las Vegas Strip struggled to end 2017Digging into the numbers, you get a picture of why MGM Resorts had an underwhelming quarter in what seemed to be a favorable operating environment.

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Why Ivanka Trump Is Going to the Olympics

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While high-level members of the North Korean delegation will also be present at the event, White House officials have asserted that Trump’s trip is not intended to facilitate a meeting with the North Koreans.Instead, Trump reportedly plans to focus on reaffirming U.

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Neanderthals Had a Creative Side, New Cave Art Studies Suggest

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Neanderthals, once considered the low-brows of human evolution, may have been among the world’s first artists, creating cave paintings long before modern humanity arrived on the scene, scientists reported in two new studies Thursday.Although these primitive cousins of humankind mastered fire and made tools, most archaeologists have assumed until now that they lacked the cognitive capacity for artistic expression, unlike early humans who painted vivid images of lions, rhinos and other animals on cave walls.

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How Brexit Has Put Citizen Safety in Play

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Prime Minister Theresa May’s bid for a special deal risks a strategic loss for U.K.

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‘Angry Birds’ Maker Rovio’s Shares Drop 45% After Revenue Warning

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fell 50% on Thursday after the company behind the “Angry Birds” mobile-gaming franchise showed its revenue growth is losing steam as it struggles to attract and retain new players.On Thursday, the Finland-based company said its fourth-quarter revenue grew 17% from a year earlier but came in well below analysts’ expectations.

Ethiopia's Next Leader Could Come From Protest-Hit Region

Ethiopia's Next Leader Could Come From Protest-Hit Region

02/22 19:17 Anonymous 0

Photographer: Michael Nagle/BloombergEthiopia’s ruling party could choose the leader of the protest-hit Oromia region as its next chairman, a step toward succeeding Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn, a party official said.“There is nothing institutional, moral or legal that stands in the way of Lemma becoming chairman,” Getachew said in the capital, Addis Ababa.