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Israeli Missile Shoots Down Syrian Aircraft That Crossed Border

Rami Abdurrahman, head of the UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights , said the blasts were heard across the capital, jolting residents awake. A fuel tank and warehouses were damaged, the Sana news agency said. "We consider that all countr...

Modi alone can pull Kashmir out of quagmire: Mehbooba Mufti

CM Mufti said she could be criticised by the people for what she is saying but she has a firm belief that PM Modi can only help in improving the deteriorating situation in the state. The party spokesman Junaid Azim Mattu said in a signed statement th...

Trump meets with Abbas, vows to 'get it done' on peace deal

Trump made the comments after welcoming Abbas to the White House for talks aimed at relaunching the moribund peace process. "I've always heard that perhaps the toughest deal to make is between the Israelis and the Palestinian", Trump said on Wednes...

Where Trump Is Headed on First Foreign Trip

The senior Administration officials cast the trip as a shift in Trump's foreign policy, away from the calculating isolationism Trump called for in his campaign toward a more internationalist view. "People are very psyched to work with the president",...

Nigeria president attends Friday prayers amid health woes

Members of the cabal controlling events around the President include the Director General of the Directorate of State Security (DSS), Lawal Daura, Mr. The Nobel laureate had asked, "Why is the President hiding his state of health?" The NMA Presiden...

US Test-Fires Ballistic Missile From California Coast

The force said the test was similar to the one conducted a week ago, where another Minuteman delivered a single re-entry vehicle to a target near the Marshall Islands atoll. The deputy director said the test has "been planned for a while". The Nucl...

Florida House passes medical marijuana implementing bill

Lawmakers are attempting to reach consensus on a plan to implement a constitutional amendment legalizing marijuana for patients with a broad swath of debilitating conditions. "That's not our business, members". "I think we made it better", Caprig...

Afghan security forces' death toll 'shockingly high' this year

At least 6,700 of the more than 300,000 Afghan security forces were reportedly killed a year ago as the Taliban gained territory across the country. An astonishing $32.3 billion has been given away by the U.S. to date to run infrastructure fix and ...

US sought names of 1934 Americans in intelligence reports

That said, this is still a massive number considering the NSA is supposed to now be limited in its authority to collect bulk data. The document, published late on Tuesday, specified that the NSA collected through telecommunications services provi...

Supremely Superfluous "The Frork" With Sandwiches — McDonald's New Sandwiches

McDonald's has hit upon an ingenious solution to the problem - the Frork . Anyway, it's all paid off splendidly as everyone's covering the news of the frork , and loads of people are desperately searching for ways to get hold of one. On May 5, a...

NDP tries to 'one-up' Greens on environmental policy

Clark says the province is in perilous times and that what people care most about are jobs, which she says the Liberals are best able to provide. She's signed backroom deals to allow companies to utilize temporary foreign workers instead of British C...

Lawmakers settle on $1T plan to avoid US gov't shutdown

President Donald Trump's latest solution to making policy in government: changing the Senate and shutting the government down, according to two tweets he posted Tuesday morning. Although bipartisan support is predicted, some House conservatives a...

Palestinians strike in support of prisoners' protest

The Israeli forces fired teargas at protesters in the city of al-Khalil as well as in the town of al-Eizariya in occupied Jerusalem al-Quds. Prisoners from all Palestinian political factions are participating in the mass open-ended hunger strik...

Trade War with Canada? Not So Fast

Steelworkers global president Leo Gerard stood with U.S. President Donald Trump recently to endorse an investigation of steel trade into the U.S., but he issued a statement Tuesday decrying the lumber action. However, when Canada' s supply manageme...

Whitehall terror alert suspect named as Khalid Mohamed Omar Ali

Police said all four had been "arrested on suspicion of the commission, preparation and instigation of terrorist acts". Two further arrests were made in Willesden after a man and woman, both aged 28, returned to the raided property. As armed police...

European Union leaders adopt Brexit guidelines at Brussels summit

Tusk said however that "before discussing the future, we have sort out our past and we handle it with genuine care - but firmly". The president of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker, has claimed Britain "underestimates" the complexity of ...

Prominent firm to defend 'Bachelor' star in Iowa crash case

Soules said the man had a pulse and had blood coming from his mouth. "That was my RP", the dispatcher answers. Later in the call, the operator asks Soules to perform CPR and he replies he doesn't know how. Regardless, we're sure the victim ( Kenn...

White House: Trump says U.S. will not withdraw from NAFTA

Scott Walker announced Tuesday. "On the issue of softwood lumber, the prime minister refuted the baseless allegations by the US Department of Commerce and the decision to impose unfair duties". "So when we're the country with the deficits, we have ...

Chris Soules breaks silence after arrest, fatal accident

Bischoff and Soules' romance seemingly fell apart while the Arlington farmer competed on Dancing with the Stars' 20th season - a reality TV stint known to be time consuming and physically exhausting. Soules was arrested on Tuesday, 1:16 a.m., but he ...

Poland supports India's bid for NSG membership, UNSC seat: VP Ansari

A vibrant democracy of 1.3 billion people with a young, skilled workforce, India offers an aspirational middle class market of over 400 million people. The two countries signed an agreement in the agriculture sector and agreed that there was much sco...

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Saudi Arabia Pledges $1.5 Billion to Help Rebuild Iraq

It was also unclear how much of the $30 billion represented loans. "Iraq is required today to start a comprehensive reconstruction of the infrastructure and facilities that were ...

Donald Trump Wants To Replace Food Stamps With Meal Kits

Current USDA requirements say that able-bodied adults without children can only get three months of food stamps in three years unless they work or participate in a job training...

West Ham move further from EPL drop zone with Watford win

The win moved the Hornets up to 11th in the table with 30 points. West Ham United manager David Moyes praises striker Marko Arnautovic for his performance against Watford ...

Rights icon Asma Jahangir passes away

Her daughters were kidnapped and assaulted in 2008. "Despite our differences I always respected her for her fight for human rights and for standing up for her convictions", forme...

Westerville, Ohio officers killed in shooting

Joering was pronounced dead at the scene, while Morelli was transported by ambulance to a nearby hospital. Westerville Police Chief Joe Morbitzer said Joering died on the scene, ...

Venezuelan Electoral Body Sets Presidential Election Date

The 2018 elections were originally scheduled to take place in December, but the ruling socialist party is eager to hold the elections as soon as possible, sensing its current advan...

Justice official quits amid Trump attacks

Sessions applauded Brand for her service to the DOJ, calling her "a lawyer's lawyer". Brand was confirmed by the Senate on May 22 following a Judiciary Committee hearing alongs...

Kim Jong Un boasts of North Korea's 'world class military power'

North Korean military parades typically feature thousands of goose-stepping troops and hundreds of armoured vehicles, culminating with missiles rolling through Kim Il Sung Square -...

One officer dead, two others shot while serving warrant near Atlanta

The GBI said it has identified the suspect, but is withholding his name pending notification of his family. "They notified radio and a Locust Grove city police officer came to be...

Suspect In NFL Player's Death Has Bay Area DUI, Was Deported Twice

Jackson and the driver of his ride-share auto Jeffrey Monroe were killed Sunday morning after a black Ford F-150 pickup driven by a 37-year-old undocumented immigrant man struck...

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Israeli police recommend indicting Netanyahu for corruption

Israeli police recommend indicting Netanyahu for corruption

Netanyahu faces two corruption charges. Ynet reported that police are split on whether they have evidence to bring charges against Netanyahu on that that case. The law says t...

Crude palm oil futures fall 0.30% on profit-booking

Crude palm oil futures fall 0.30% on profit-booking

Prices felt the blow of these revised projections and will likely continue to feel it for a few more days. US West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude declined 66 cents to $64.79, after...

Jarvis Landry says he was not taking shot at Patrick Surtain Jr

Jarvis Landry says he was not taking shot at Patrick Surtain Jr

Alabama also lost two commits to flips, as Quay Walker ended up choosing Georgia and Bobby Brown chose Texas A&M. Alabama's 19-player class finished the year ranked No. Enterin...

Winter Olympics: Australian moguls team confident of Pyeongchang medal success

Winter Olympics: Australian moguls team confident of Pyeongchang medal success

Pence is bringing Otto Warmbier's father Fred - the United States student who died in 2017 shortly after he was released from North Korean detention - to the opening ceremony late...

Ex-Sports Doctor Gets Up to 125 More Years Behind Bars

Ex-Sports Doctor Gets Up to 125 More Years Behind Bars

Nassar was sentenced last month in Michigan's Ingham County to sexually abusing female athletes under the guise of medical treatment, and will receive a further sentence on Mon...