News Headlines - 27 February 2016

Guns fall silent in Syria | Reuters

Under the U.S.-Russian accord accepted by President Bashar al-Assad's government and many of his foes, fighting should cease so aid can reach civilians and talks can open to end a war that has killed more than 250,000 people and made 11 million homeless.

Sturgeon and Corbyn revive spirit of 1980s at Trident protest | The Guardian

Tens of thousands of demonstrators gathered in central London on Saturday as Jeremy Corbyn and Nicola Sturgeon led a rally that reignited the anti-Trident passions of the 1980s.

Irish PM faces unpalatable alliance as voters oust coalition | Reuters

Ireland's ruling coalition was ousted by voters angry at the country's uneven recovery, results indicated on Saturday, leaving Prime Minister Enda Kenny facing the unpalatable prospect of trying to secure a deal with his biggest rival.

Assassination of Putin Critic Remembered in Moscow - The New York Times

Tens of thousands of people flooded the streets of central Moscow on Saturday, joining a solemn march to commemorate the anniversary of the assassination of Boris Y. Nemtsov, a Russian opposition leader.

Yoko Ono Hospitalized in New York With Symptoms of 'Serious Flu,' Rep Says - ABC News

Yoko Ono was hospitalized in New York Friday evening after falling ill with symptoms of a "serious flu," according to her rep.








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