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    Sanders Scores Commanding Victory in Nevada’s Presidential Caucuses

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    Sanders’ Surge Energizes His Legion of Liberal Supporters

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    Buhari: Nigerians Believe Lawmakers ‘Stuff Wads of Currency Notes into Their Pockets For Little Work Done’

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Bernie Sanders - USA Politics Today

Sanders’ Surge Energizes His Legion of Liberal Supporters

“Moderates need to either consolidate or see Sanders Bernie run away with it,” said Maria Cardona, a Democratic strategist. “It’s time for some decisions or live with the outcome.”

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Buhari: Nigerians Believe Lawmakers ‘Stuff Wads of Currency Notes into Their Pockets For Little Work Done’

The president, who was represented by Lai Mohammed, minister of information, said such “wrong perception” of the legislative chamber is caused by the lack of understanding of their works.

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Russia Already Dragged Into 2020 U.S. Presidential Campaign

“I don’t care, frankly, who Putin wants to be president,” Bernie Sanders said. “My message to Putin is clear: Stay out of American elections, and as president I will make sure that you do.”

Bashar al-Assad - Syria Politics News Headlines

Syrian Commercial Flight Begins At Aleppo Airport

A Syrian commercial flight landed at Aleppo airport on Wednesday from Damascus, marking the resumption of internal flights between Syria’s two largest cities for the first time since 2012. The flight carrying Syrian officials and journalists was a symbolic message from President Bashar Assad’s government, days after its forces consolidated control over the northwestern province of Aleppo and seized the last segments of the strategic M5 highway linking Aleppo to Damascus. The motorway between Syria’s two biggest cities was being repaired and was scheduled to reopen in coming days, for the first time in eight years. Backed by heavy Russian air strikes, government forces have been on the offensive for weeks to recapture the Aleppo countryside and parts of neighboring Idlib province in northwestern Syria, the last rebel-held areas in the country. The advances have sent hundreds of thousands of Syrian civilians fleeing towards the border with Turkey in one of the biggest single displacements of the war, now in its eighth year. Escaping the bombs, many of them left with their belongings piled up on vehicles and are now staying in tents, in open fields and under trees in freezing temperatures near the Turkish border. The U.N. has put the number of those displaced since Dec. 1 at more than 900,000 civilians — more than half of them women and children. The military campaign has also killed hundreds of civilians and disrupted aid distribution, with the bitter winter compounding the suffering. The Syrian Air flight landed at Aleppo airport

Cameroon Defense Ministry Opens Investigation Into Burning of Homes

Cameroon Massacre: Who’s Responsible?

“It was quite simply an unfortunate accident, the collateral result of security operations in the region,” army spokesman Colonel Cyrille Atonfack Guemo said in a statement.

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CNN’s Zakaria Cautions Trump: Nigerians Are The Most Educated Immigrants

Fareed Zakaria added that Nigerians are the most educated immigrants from sub-Saharan Africa in the US of which 59% aged 25 and older have at least a bachelor’s degree, according to migration policy institute.

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Rouhani: ‘Our Enemy the United States is Very Well Aware Their Pressure is Inefficient’

“Iran will never negotiate under pressure … We will never yield to America’s pressure and we will not negotiate from a position of weakness,” Rouhani said in a televised news conference.

Boris Johnson in Parliament - UK Politics News Headlines

UK Post-Brexit Rules: No Room For Low-Skilled Labour, All Skilled Workers Must Meet Salary and Language Requirements

“From next year, all skilled workers will need to earn enough points to work in the UK. They will need to speak English, have a firm job offer, and meet the salary requirements.”

South Sudan's Salva Kiir Mayardit (R) shake hands with Riek Machar

Machar Rejects Kiir’s Peace Compromise

“We therefore call upon President Kiir to reconsider this idea of creating administrative areas,” Riek Machar said in a statement. Kiir and Machar are old rivals who have fought and made up multiple times.

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