小男孩大聲喊救命 爸爸找遍四處看不到人 弄清情況後 爸爸笑到肚子痛
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UN approves Syria ceasefire, but who will listen?
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The U.N. Security Council has approved a 30-day humanitarian ceasefire.
The U.N. vote came as airstrikes battered Syria's eastern Ghouta region. 
The U.S. ambassador laid into Russia for delaying the vote for several days.

Russia is an ally of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. 
"Every minute the council waited on Russia the human suffering grew (...) We may not know the faces that we are talking about. We may not know their names, or these people. But they know us and we all failed them this week."
The truce allows for aid deliveries and medical evacuations.
It is not being observed by terrorists groups ISIS or al-Qaeda.  
And Iran, which has backed militia groups supporting Assad, may not be playing along. 
Iran’s military chief said attacks would continue on areas “held by terrorists.”
And there are reports of fighting on several frontlines between the rebels and government forces.
Past attempts at a truce have also failed.
The air strikes in Syria are at one of the heaviest points in the 7-year war. 
At least 500 people, including more than 120 children, have been killed in the last week.

Credit: Reuters

Cream Puffs 4 Ways
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Russian ice swimmers make a splash in sub zero temperatures
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Ice swimmers in Russia's Baltic Sea enclave of Kaliningrad embraced freezing temperatures to compete in minus 10 degree Celsius temperature in an outdoor pool over the weekend (February 24 and 25).

Seventy-three people as young as 11 and as old as 70 participated, whilst dozens of spectators watched and kept warm dancing and cheering in the sidelines.

Mulled wine was also at hand to ward of the chill factor.

Ice swimming is not uncommon in Russia and there are many clubs catering to the winter sport as it is widely regarded as a way to improve one's health.

Credit:Core News Via Reuters


Brad Pitt And Angelina Jolie Attempting To Have Amicable Divorce

Published at: 2018-02-08

Still working things out. Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have requested to extend the temporary judge working on their divorce settlement, a source confirms to Us Weekly.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie: A Timeline of Their Relationship
“This was a request to extend the temporary judge,” the source explains. “They want things to remain private and they want things to be amicable. They both have both have kept the focus on their family. It hasn’t been easy but they are both committed to resolving it privately.”
As previously reported, Pitt, 54, and Jolie, 42, called it quits in September 2016. The former couple tied the knot in 2014 after 12 years together. They share six children together — Maddox, 16, Pax, 14, Zahara, 12, Shiloh, 11 and 9-year-old twins Knox and Vivienne.
The Maleficent actress filed for divorce from the Inglourious Basterds actor following an alleged incident on a plane between Pitt and Maddox. The FBI investigated allegations of child abuse against the actor, but later cleared him.
Jolie recently reflected on working with her then-husband in 2015 on her directorial debut, By the Sea, on The Hollywood Reporter’s podcast, Awards Chatter.
“We had met working together and we worked together well,” Jolie said in December 2017 about 2005’s Mr. and Mrs. Smith. “In some ways it was [good for communication] and in some ways we learned some things … But there was a heaviness probably during that situation that carried on and it wasn’t because of the film.”
“A piece of art can be something that’s healing or something that’s difficult,” she continued. “I don’t know. I’m glad we did that film because we did explore something together. Whatever it was maybe it didn’t solve certain things, but we did communicate something that needed to be communicated to each other.”


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