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Syrian activists say government forces have retaken control of all of Aleppo's old city.
Frank Thompson used to oversee executions in the USA, but he now campaigns against them.
Syrian rebels withdraw from old city and call for truce
Rebels withdraw from Old City of Aleppo to the outer districts.
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Frank Thompson used to oversee executions in the USA, but he now campaigns against them. (R)
Syrian government says its troops have recaptured historic Old City from rebels
The Reserve Bank of India left interest rates unchanged causing worries about growth.
Syrian government says its forces have retaken historic old city
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Black sporting talent is still struggling to break through into South Africa's top teams. (R)