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DAMASCUS, March 12 (MENA) -- Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Moallem said on Saturday that his government rejects talks about the possible federalization of Syria, stressing the unity of the country.

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The minister's remarks came a day after the United Nations envoy to Syria, Staffan de Mistura, said that the possibility of federalism for Syria has not been taken off the table for the upcoming peace talks in Geneva.

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Regarding talks about a possible military intervention in Syria by Saudi Arabia, al-Moallem renewed his government stance that "no one dares to launch a military offensive in Syria."

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Regarding the recently-established cessation of hostilities in Syria, al-Moallem said his government was "committed to the cease-fire and we are still continuing that."

The minister also pointed out to some violations to the truce by the armed militant groups, saying that the Syrian army has responded to some of those breaches.

"The right to respond is legitimate and cannot be regarded as a breach to the cessation of hostilities and that's what our Armed Forces are doing," he noted.

Al-Moallem also speculated that the Syrian crisis is drawing to an end, thanks to the national reconciliations and the ground progress of the Syrian army.

He urged the armed men to lay down their weapon and join the national reconciliation.

LOS ANGELES Ultra Boost Triple Black Sale , Feb. 2 (Xinhua) -- Buddy cop comedy "Ride Along" remained in first place for a third consecutive weekend at North American box office.

The Universal Pictures comedy, starring Kevin Hart and Ice Cube, was on track for 12.3 million U.S. dollars in ticket sales at this Super Bowl weekend, a 42 percent decline from last weekend, industry figures showed Sunday.

The film continues to exceed expectations with a 17-day take of 93 million dollars, leaving it just 7 million dollars away from becoming the first release of 2014 to reach the 100 million milestone in North American film market.

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"Frozen" has sold about 360 million dollars in tickets in North America, just about 8 million dollars away from surpassing the 368. 07 million dollars final gross of "Despicable Me 2" to become the third highest grossing release of 2013 in North America.

The "sing-along" version of the film was screened in 2,057 of the 2,754 theaters showing the animated film this weekend and contributed to an estimated 2.2 million of this weekend's overall gross, about 23.6 percent.

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The audience for the film skewed heavily towards female moviegoers, about 64 percent, and towards moviegoers under 25, about 61 percent. "That Awkward Moment" received a B rating on CinemaScore and only 22 percent "fresh" score on Rotten Tomatoes.

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ISLAMABAD Ultra Boost Sale , Nov. 2 (Xinhua) -- At least 55 people were killed and 118 others injured in a suicide blast that took place near Wagah crossing point at Pak-India border in Pakistan's eastern city of Lahore on Sunday evening, police officials said.

Inspector General of Police (IGP) of eastern Punjab province Mushtaq Ahmad Sukhera said death toll of the attack rose to 55 in three different hospitals of Lahore.

Director General of Punjab Rangers, Tahir Javed Khan, said that the incident took place when a suicide bomber exploded his explosive jacket amid a crowd .