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  • Yemen’s Houthi Militant Leader Vows No Surrender

    Yemen’s Houthi Militant Leader Vows No Surrender

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    Yemen’s Houthi Militant Leader Vows No Surrender

    The leader of Yemen’s Houthi militants vowed on Sunday not to surrender in the face of Saudi-led airstrikes, speaking for the first time since the Arab coalition's campaign against the group began on March 26. Photo: AP. …

  • SEA Games 50 day countdown day 41

    SEA Games 50 day countdown day 41

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    SEA Games 50 day countdown day 41

    Day 41 of the SEA Games countdown is brought to you by the 41st Battalion, Singapore Armoured Regiment. The formation took less than an hour and involved over 500 soldiers. …

  • Frankston Park Holds Dawn Service for Anzac Day

    Frankston Park Holds Dawn Service for Anzac Day

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    Frankston Park Holds Dawn Service for Anzac Day

    The 100th anniversary of the beginning of the Allied Forces’ Gallipoli campaign in World War I will be marked on April 25 with commemorative events in Australia, New Zealand, Turkey and around the world. On April 25, 1915, Allied soldiers landed at Gallipoli in an attempt to take the peninsula from Ottoman Turkish defenders allied with Germany. The campaign turned into an eight-month-long stalemate during which 44,000 allied soldiers died. This video features footage from the dawn service at …

  • Armenians burn Turkish flag in rally commemorating 1915 killings

    Armenians burn Turkish flag in rally commemorating 1915 killings

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    Armenians burn Turkish flag in rally commemorating 1915 killings

    Demonstrators raise torches in remembrance of Armenian massacre victims at the hands of Ottoman Turks, with some burning a large Turkish flag. Rough Cut (no narration). …

  • Baltimore Police Update on the Freddie Gray Investigation

    Baltimore Police Update on the Freddie Gray Investigation

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    Baltimore Police Update on the Freddie Gray Investigation

    Baltimore Police Commissioner Anthony Batts confirmed that a Baltimore man, who died after sustaining a spinal injury while in police custody, was not wearing a seat belt in the prisoner transport van. Batts, speaking at a press conference on April 24, said the investigation into the death of Freddie Gray would continue. Batts also offered support to peaceful protests over the death of Gray, but voiced concern over people traveling to Baltimore with the intention of creating “chaos” in the …