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Airstrikes hit Syria despite cease-fires 

Airstrikes have targeted rural Aleppo in northern Syria Sunday for the first time in months since a cease-fire took hold in the province, while the aerial bombardment of rebel-held Idlib and Hama province escalated.

Airstrikes hit Syria despite cease-fires 

Airstrikes have targeted rural Aleppo in northern Syria Sunday for the first time in months since a cease-fire took hold in the province, while the aerial bombardment of rebel-held Idlib and Hama province escalated.

Iraq committed to respecting oil quota

Iraq is committed to respecting its reduced oil production quota as agreed with the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and other exporters, oil Minister Jabar al-Luaibi told a news conference Sunday in Baghdad.

U.K. restaurant jobs unfilled as EU workers leave

As EU nationals leave Britain in ever greater numbers ahead of Brexit, restaurants like pizzeria chain Franco Manca are reporting shortages that could spell trouble for a sector that relies on immigrant labor.

Parker sets sights on Joshua unification bout

New Zealand’s Joseph Parker said he had the skills to exploit Anthony Joshua’s “weaknesses” after beating Hughie Fury by a majority points decision to defend his WBO world heavyweight title.

Diversity on display in African contemporary art

Towering over Cape Town’s Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, a clutch of abandoned grain silos has been transformed into Africa’s largest museum dedicated to the continent’s contemporary art.

Diversity on display in African contemporary art

Towering over Cape Town’s Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, a clutch of abandoned grain silos has been transformed into Africa’s largest museum dedicated to the continent’s contemporary art.

Martin puts love in bluegrass form

There’s a lot of excellent music on Steve Martin’s new bluegrass album with the Steep Canyon Rangers, which is good since five of the collection’s 14 tracks are instrumentals.

Discover Jordan, the gem on our doorstep 

Summer may almost be over, but there’s still time for a final quick getaway, and those looking to travel without going through the hassle of getting a visa need look no further than the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.

The godfather of eco-bling: Brando’s paradise

An exotic island paradise in French Polynesia bought by Marlon Brando in the ’60s is using its Hollywood image to tackle environmental issues – with a little help from its jet-set visitors.

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