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Daily Archives: September 11, 2017

US-backed forces on collision course with Syrian Army in ‘race for Deir ez-Zor oilfields’

The race between legitimate Syrian government forces and the US-backed SDF umbrella group to control the oil rich Deir ez-Zor province has intensified...

‘We lived in fear & horror’: Deir ez-Zor residents slowly return to normality after...

Life is slowly resembling some kind of normality for the residents of Deir ez-Zor following years under the yoke of Islamic State terrorists....

Sydney aquarium to release shark after pool-aided rescue

The animal will be returned to sea after it was given sanctuary in a popular swimming pool.

Why a Georgian national holiday is so controversial

The country wants to celebrate a 900-year-old battle it won against a medieval Turko-Persian Sunni Muslim empire

Proton M lifts off with Spanish telecommunication satellite (VIDEO)

The International Launch Services venture has successfully sent the privately owned Spanish Amazonas 5 communications satellite into orbit using the iconic Proton M...

Ancient ‘hell ant’ with metal horns & trap jaw found inside amber (PHOTOS)

Scientists have discovered that while monstrous dinosaurs roamed the earth, the insect world contained its own fearsome creature – a ‘hell ant’ with...

Cassini: Saturn probe turns towards its death plunge

The veteran space probe puts itself on a path to destruction in Saturn's atmosphere on Friday.

Nadine Coyle: Girls Aloud split was ‘silly’

The singer on the end of Girls Aloud, her new music - and why she loves the smell of bleach.

1mn Catalans mark national day with massive pro-independence march in Barcelona (PHOTOS, VIDEOS)

Just weeks ahead of a regional independence referendum, nearly one million Catalans staged a massive rally in Barcelona to support the independence vote...

Finally out

Xiyadie is one of several artists showcased in the first public display of Asian gay art in Taipei.
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