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and we'll continue what we're doing or whatever it is that will continue but something will happen cuba's new president has vowed to continue the socialist revolution as the nation turns the page on nearly six decades of castro rule again and then has been sworn in by m.p.'s in havana as role castro stepped down after ten years as president yes commends the first cuban leader born after fidel castro's nine hundred fifty nine revolution and also the first not to fulton it. in syria rebels in a town near damascus have agreed to hand in their weapons under a deal negotiated by russia the fighters in demand are being evacuated to rebel held areas in northern syria hundreds of rebels are leaving along with their families. iraq has launched airstrikes against eisel targets in syria on mr hyder and about his office says iraqi fattah jets carried out a deadly raid against arsenal fighters in a border area syrian and iraqi forces have driven arsal nearly all of its previous
territory iraq has stepped up its campaign to clear remaining are still held areas this week france's president is facing another day of nationwide protests it's the latest in weeks of demonstrations by railway employees public sector workers and students it gives in money and because planned reforms for public services and universities earlier this week rail workers resumed their rolling strike adding two weeks of train delays across the country there's headlines rebel education is next more news for you after that thanks for watching xena but by fire. education matters the universal rights to expand arise and offer better prospects
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