27 January 2020

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Plane crashes in Taliban-held area of Afghanistan (134)
Conflicting accounts have emerged after a commercial plane reportedly crashed in Afghanistan, however the airline denied it had happened. 27, 202011:40pm VideoImage Taliban denies agreeing to a ceasefire in Afghanistan Mawlavi Mansoor, a Taliban commander, has told Sky News there can be no ceasefire or talks with the US-backed Afghan government until all US forces leave Afghanistan.
Turkish leader pays tribute to basketball's Bryant (307)
Recep Tayyip Erdogan says Kobe Bryant 'inspired countless athletes,' offers condolences to late basketball legend's family Muhammed Enes гalli | 27.01.2020 ANKARA Turkey's president Monday evening paid tribute to late basketball legend Kobe Bryant. In a tweet, Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Kobe Bryant "inspired countless athletes" and offered his condolences to the superstar player's family and loved ones.
Before their deaths, Kobe Bryant reflected on his relationship with daughter Gianna (237)
By Christopher Brito January 27, 2020 / 10:43 AM / CBS News Kobe Bryant cherished time with family Not long before NBA legend Kobe Bryant and his 13-year-old daughter Gianna died in a tragic helicopter crash Sunday in Calabasas, California, Bryant reflected on their relationship and their mutual love for the game of basketball in several interviews.
Ukraine's Zelenskiy Commemorates Auschwitz Anniversary With Survivors (43)
Updated By RFE/RL Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy speaks at a dinner honoring Holocaust survivors in Krakow, Poland on January 26, 2020. Share Ukraine's Zelenskiy Commemorates Auschwitz Anniversary With Survivors share Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said it was an honor for him to meet with Holocaust survivors, telling them on the eve of the 75th anniversary of the Auschwitz-Berkenau concentration camp's liberation that
John Bolton's Account Upends Trump's Denials, but Will It Upend Trump? (51)
A president who has survived one revelation after another the last three years now faces perhaps the most serious disclosure of his political career at the very moment he is on trial in the Senate. John R. Bolton spent 17 months as President Trump's national security adviser.Credit...Doug Mills/The New York Times By Peter Baker Jan.
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