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ALEPPO, Syria - President Bashar al-Assad's forces used artillery, planes and a helicopter gunship to pound rebel positions in Syria's biggest city, witnesses said, in a battle that could determine the outcome of the 17-month uprising. | Video
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ADEN - A suicide bomber struck at a funeral in a village in Yemen's southern province of Abyan overnight, killing at least 25 tribal fighters and wounding dozens more, officials and medics said on Sunday.
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Manchester United to get $559 million in GM shirt sponsor deal
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CHICAGO - Manchester United Ltd.'s deal with General Motors Co. to sponsor the hugely popular football club's shirts will bring in 357 million pounds ($559 million) over the agreement's seven-year term, the club said in a regulatory filing Friday.
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