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Syria says reaches deal with Russia for oil products

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Syria has reached an agreement to send its crude oil to Russia in return for shipments of refined oil products, Syria's deputy prime minister for economic affairs said on Friday.

Turkey ex-army chief voices concern at coup war game

SILIVRI, Turkey (Reuters) - A former Turkish military chief told a court on Friday that a 2003 war game, which prosecutors say was part of a coup plot, had gone too far in using real politicians' names and that he had raised his concerns at the time.

Syrian army moves on rebels in Aleppo, Damascus

ALEPPO, Syria (Reuters) - Syrian forces stormed the last rebel stronghold in the capital Damascus in tanks and armoured vehicles on Friday, and blasted with artillery and helicopters at Aleppo, where the United Nations said the army was preparing a massive assault.

Reuters blogging platform hacked, false Syria blog posted

(Reuters) - Thomson Reuters said the blogging platform of the Reuters News website was compromised on Friday and a false posting purporting to carry an interview with a Syrian rebel leader was illegally posted on a Reuters' journalist's blog.

London mayor hosts Murdoch at the pool

LONDON (Reuters) - London Mayor Boris Johnson hosted Rupert Murdoch at an Olympic swimming event on Friday, fuelling speculation that the head of News Corp might be poised to endorse a bid by the Games cheerleader for the leadership of the Conservative Party.

Syrian army moves on rebels in Aleppo, Damascus

ALEPPO, Syria (Reuters) - Syrian forces stormed the last rebel stronghold in the capital Damascus in tanks and armoured vehicles on Friday and blasted artillery at rebels in Aleppo, where the United Nations said the army was preparing a massive assault.

Syrian army moves on rebels in Aleppo, Damascus

ALEPPO, Syria (Reuters) - Syrian forces stormed the last rebel stronghold in the capital Damascus in tanks and armoured vehicles on Friday and blasted artillery at rebels in Aleppo, where the United Nations said the army was preparing a massive assault.

Syrian army moves on rebels in Aleppo, Damascus

ALEPPO, Syria (Reuters) - Syrian forces stormed the last rebel stronghold in the capital Damascus in tanks and armoured vehicles on Friday and blasted artillery at rebels in Aleppo, where the United Nations said the army was preparing a massive assault.

Crash highlights London cyclists' safety fears

LONDON (Reuters) - London cyclists demanded safer roads on Thursday after a young man on a bike was killed in a crash with an Olympic shuttle bus, just hours after Britain's Tour de France winner Bradley Wiggins grabbed gold in the road time trial.

Putin says Pussy Riot should not be judged too harshly - agencies

MOSCOW (Reuters) - President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday that three women on trial for a protest performance in Russia's main cathedral should not be judged too harshly, signalling he did not favour lengthy prison terms for the Pussy Riot band members, Russian news agencies reported.