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  • Syrian rebels demand U.S. action ahead of peace talks

    By John Irish and Louis Charbonneau PARIS/UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - Rebel groups urged U.S. President Barack Obama to do more to stop Russian bombing raids in Syria as pressure mounted on Washington for greater commitment towards resolving the five-year-old war ahead of a new round of peace talks this week. World powers are meeting in…

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  • IWU admin contracts Zika, first case in Indiana

    An Indiana Wesleyan University administrator has tested positive for the Zika virus, making it the first human case of Zika in the state. Dr. Barbara Ihrke, vice president of academic affairs at the IWU School of Nursing, contracted the virus while traveling in Haiti last month, according to a statement to The News Herald. Zika…

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  • Billionaire Trump, Senator Sanders win New Hampshire primary: networks

    By James Oliphant and Amanda Becker MANCHESTER, N.H. (Reuters) - Billionaire businessman Donald Trump won New Hampshire's Republican presidential nominating contest on Tuesday, while U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont won the Democratic primary over Hillary Clinton, U.S. television networks said after early results. Trump's win solidifies his front-runner status in the race to be…

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  • Coach Babinski “excited” for upcoming softball season

    Spring sports on campus have officially begun, meaning softball season is underway. The Indiana Wesleyan University softball team have their first games of the season on Feb. 26 and 27, in a tournament with Indiana University Southeast and Cardinal Stritch University, but they’ve been practicing in IWU’s Troyer Fieldhouse since Jan.11. Head Coach Steve Babinski…

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