British pound lower after UK lawmakers vote on key Brexit amendments – CNBC

  1. British pound lower after UK lawmakers vote on key Brexit amendments  CNBC
  2. Jeremy Corbyn to throw Labour’s weight behind delaying Brexit in crunch Commons vote  The Sun
  3. Had Enough of Brexit? How About 10 More Years of it?  Bloomberg
  4. Brexit vote: Lawmakers try to force clarity over Theresa May’s EU exit deal  USA TODAY
  5. May says she will renegotiate with EU for changes to withdrawal agreement  Guardian News
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General Mills recalls some 5-pound bags of flour over salmonella fears – CNN

  1. General Mills recalls some 5-pound bags of flour over salmonella fears  CNN
  2. Bags of Gold Medal flour recalled because they might have salmonella  NJ.com
  3. Five-Pound Bags Of Gold Medal Unbleached Flour Over Possible Salmonella  CBS Philly
  4. RECALL: Gold Medal Unbleached Flour due to possible Salmonella  WRAL.com
  5. 5-pound bags of Gold Medal unbleached flour recalled  WTOP
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Asia trades mixed; pound struggles following fresh Brexit uncertainties

  1. Asia trades mixed; pound struggles following fresh Brexit uncertainties  CNBC
  2. Asia shares absorb Nvidia blow, sterling licks its wounds  Nasdaq
  3. The Latest: UK’s May vows ‘to see this through’ on Brexit  Washington Post
  4. ‘The Panic Attacks Are Setting In’  New York Times
  5. The Brutal Reality Of Brexit  Forbes
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Russian and Syrian jets pound Idlib province after summit

Russian and Syrian jets pound Idlib province after summitRussian and Syrian warplanes pounded towns in Syria’s opposition-held Idlib province on Saturday, a day after a summit of the presidents of Turkey, Iran and Russia failed to agree on a ceasefire that would forestall a Russian-backed offensive. Witnesses and rescuers said at least a dozen air strikes hit a string of villages and towns in southern Idlib and the town of Latamneh in northern Hama, where rebels are still in control. Syrian helicopters dropped so-called barrel bombs — containers filled with explosive material — on civilian homes on the outskirts of the city of Khan Sheikhoun, two residents of the area in southern Idlib said.


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Russian air strikes pound Syria's Idlib before key summit

Russian air strikes pound Syria's Idlib before key summitRussian air strikes killed two people in Syria’s Idlib Friday, a monitor said, as President Vladimir Putin was in Tehran for a summit on the fate of the last major rebel bastion. Government forces have been massing around Idlib for weeks ahead of an expected offensive on the province, which is held by jihadists led by Al-Qaeda’s former Syrian affiliate and rival Turkish-backed rebels. On Friday morning, Russian air raids targeted rebel positions in the southwest of the province, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.


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Syrian and Russian warplanes pound Idlib before talks: monitor

Syrian and Russian warplanes pound Idlib before talks: monitorThe warplanes bombarded countryside around Jisr al-Shughour on the western edge of the rebel enclave of Idlib after weeks of lull, killing 13 civilians but no fighters, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights and a rebel source. For President Bashar al-Assad, the defeat of rebels in the northwestern province would mean breaking the last major stronghold of active military opposition to his rule, though other large areas also remain beyond his control. Since Russia’s entry into the war on his side in 2015, Assad and his other allies, Iran and a group of regional Shi’ite militias, have forced the rebels from a succession of bastions including Aleppo, Eastern Ghouta and Deraa.


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