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Syrian White Helmets cinematographer barred from US

A Syrian cinematographer who worked on an Oscar-nominated documentary has been barred from entering the United States to attend Sunday's Academy Awards ceremony.

Despite being granted a US visa, Khaled Khatib, 21 - who documented Syria's civil war in the film The White Helmets - was scheduled to depart from the Turkish …

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Srinivas Kuchibhotla: Wife questioned safety in US

The wife of an Indian man shot dead in a US bar said she expressed concern about the targeting of immigrants in the United States before the attack, but her husband told her not to worry.

Speaking at a news conference on Friday in Kansas, the victim's wife, Sunayana Dumala …

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White House briefing bar: Media groups condemn exclusion

Media groups have reacted angrily after several, including the BBC, were barred from an informal briefing with White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer.

BBC bureau chief in Washington, Paul Danahar, said: "We understand that there may be occasions when, due to space or circumstances, the White House restricts press events …

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Syria's war: Suicide attacks hit military in Homs

Twin suicide attacks on military installations in Syria's government-held city of Homs have killed at least 10 people.

The UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said on Saturday that loud explosions and gunfire were heard following the assault in the western city.

"The attacks hit the headquarters of state security …

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'Good vibration' hand pumps boost Africa's water security

The simple up-and-down motion of hand pumps could help scientists secure a key water source for 200 million people in Africa.

While fresh water from Africa's rivers and lakes is hugely important for people, it is dwarfed by the amount of groundwater available, estimated to be 100 times greater than …

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Yes we can... elect Obama president of France?

"It's totally crazy, but the cool thing is that once you get past that, you start thinking that maybe it's possible. Who cares that he's not French? He's Barack Obama," one of the campaign organizers told CNN. They've launched a website and they put up 500 posters of Obama around …

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Ten killed, 14 injured in China hotel fire

Unknown number of people were trapped as a fire broke out in a hotel in China's Jiangxi province on Saturday, firefighters said.

The fire was spotted on the second floor of the HNA Platinum Mix Hotel in Nanchang, Xinhua news agency quoted firefighters as saying.

More than 10 construction workers …

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Egypt's Coptic Christians flee Sinai after deadly attacks

Dozens of Coptic Christian families in Egypt have fled North Sinai province after a number of killings in recent weeks by suspected Islamist militants.

Most of the Islamist militant attacks of recent years have , where an IS-linked jihadist group is active, but the capital Cairo has also suffered a string …

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MNJFT: Over 1,300 Boko Haram Members Surrendered In January

The Multinational Joint Task Force (MNJTF) says at least 1,300 members of the Boko Haram terrorist group voluntarily surrendered in January.

The Head of Missions of the task force, Mr Sanusi Abdullahi, announced this at a meeting of Defense Chiefs from the Lake Chad Basin Authority.

In spite of …

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Yaya Toure wants to play with Neymar and Coutinho

Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure joked he would change his passport to become Brazilian and play alongside Neymar and Philippe Coutinho.

Led by Barcelona star Neymar and to a lesser extent Liverpool's Coutinho, Brazil are flying under Tite - topping CONMEBOL World Cup qualifying by four points.

Toure said the Brazil …

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