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Two Israelis killed in West Bank shooting: army

Two Israelis killed in West Bank shooting: army

Security forces reportedly believe that Thursday's shooting attack was carried out by members of the same Hamas cell that opened fire near Ofra. In a separate event, Israeli police say security forc...

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Mueller says Manafort lied about contacts with Trump officials

Mueller says Manafort lied about contacts with Trump officials

Special counsel Robert Mueller , who is investigating Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election and whether President Donald Trump's campaign colluded with Moscow, has detailed ...

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US, Russia trade barbs over bomber deployment to Venezuela

US, Russia trade barbs over bomber deployment to Venezuela

Mr Pompeo said the show of support for socialist President Nicolás Maduro was "two corrupt governments squandering public resources". "During the worldwide visit of the Aerospace Defense Forces' del...

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Life in prison for neo-Nazi in Charlottesville attack

Life in prison for neo-Nazi in Charlottesville attack

A judge will hold a separate hearing on March 29. James Fields, the avowed neo-Nazi who rammed his vehicle into a group of counterprotesters at a white-supremacists rally, has been sentenced to life...

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Manhunt continues after fatal Strasbourg Christmas market shooting; suspect identified

Manhunt continues after fatal Strasbourg Christmas market shooting; suspect identified

Petermann said, however, that his freedom of movement within the European Union had been removed. Police motorcycles drive in the streets of Strasbourg , eastern France , after a shooting breakout...

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Disturbance at Parliament as man arrested inside security barriers

Disturbance at Parliament as man arrested inside security barriers

Get down", police shouted, the Reuters photographer said. A man has been tasered by police inside the Palace of Westminster . About a dozen officers swarmed around the suspect as he was held agai...

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Central Intelligence Agency briefs House leaders on Khashoggi killing as Senate nears votes

Central Intelligence Agency briefs House leaders on Khashoggi killing as Senate nears votes

Senate Foreign Relations Chairman Bob Corker and the panel's top Democrat, Senator Bob Menendez, said they were unable to resolve some details of a proposal to ban arms sales to Saudi Arabia and pun...

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Google Search Trends show off the emotional rollercoaster that was 2018

Google Search Trends show off the emotional rollercoaster that was 2018

That honour went to the World Cup . The Duchess of Sussex, Khloe Kardashian and GDPR were among the most searched topics in the United Kingdom this year, according to Google's Year In Search ...

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Judge orders Stormy Daniels to pay Trump $293,000 in legal fees

Judge orders Stormy Daniels to pay Trump $293,000 in legal fees

Avenatti argued that Trump's tweet , posted April 18, "attacks the veracity of her account" of the incident and Trump's statement was "false and defamatory, and that the tweet was defamation ... Da...

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What happens if Theresa May loses Brexit deal vote?

What happens if Theresa May loses Brexit deal vote?

If the government succeeds in putting off the vote it might not happen until January, which would add to fears that the United Kingdom could pass the March 29 Brexit deadline without a Brexit deal ...

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Pound dramatically tanks as Theresa May postpones Brexit deal vote

Pound dramatically tanks as Theresa May postpones Brexit deal vote

The decision to reschedule the vote comes immediately after the European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled that the United Kingdom has the right to unilaterally cancel Article 50 of the Treaty on the F...

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Israeli Troops Kill Palestinian Terrorist After Car Ramming Attack

Israeli Troops Kill Palestinian Terrorist After Car Ramming Attack

They seized the security camera footage of a nearby building, according to employees. Following that attack, Israeli forces carried out raids in the West Bank city of Ramallah in search of the gun...

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United Nations source: Hodeida 'most difficult' issue at Yemen talks

United Nations source: Hodeida 'most difficult' issue at Yemen talks

The Hodeida draft stipulated that the Saudi-led military coalition fighting the Huthis would cease an offensive on the rebel-held city in exchange for a Huthi withdrawal. One of the main focuses is ...

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Former first lady Michelle Obama brings her 'intimate' conversation to Houston

Former first lady Michelle Obama brings her 'intimate' conversation to Houston

The final leg of her Becoming: An Intimate Conversation with Michelle Obama tour will kick off in Tacoma, Washington on February 8 and will conclude on May 12 in Nashville, Tennessee. on Saturday,...

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Brexit: May cancels Dublin visit over confidence vote

Brexit: May cancels Dublin visit over confidence vote

Mrs May's mission then moved to Brussels where she held talks with EU Council President Donald Tusk. Similarly, the Taoiseach said the deal that was set to be voted upon in Parliament was "the onl...

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Strasbourg shooting toll rises to four dead, 11 critically wounded

Strasbourg shooting toll rises to four dead, 11 critically wounded

Seven of those injured are said to be in a serious condition. When a suspect began shooting in the city centre just before 8pm on Tuesday, police quickly identified the suspect as the same man. Eyew...

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Thousands take to London streets in rival protests

Thousands take to London streets in rival protests

That awkward moment when you lead a march but get outnumbered 5 to 1 by people who hate you. Initially organised by Ukip, the march took on a more sinister tone in recent days as the party fragm...

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Britain's May to face no-confidence vote by lawmakers

Britain's May to face no-confidence vote by lawmakers

As she was speaking as Conservative party leader rather than as the prime minister, the lectern she spoke from outside of Number 10 was plain, rather than branded with the prime minister's seal. Briti...

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Philippine Air Force museum holds public viewing of Balangiga Bells

Philippine Air Force museum holds public viewing of Balangiga Bells

Maybe because we human beings live by symbols such as our national flag and in this instance, these bells. The Balangiga Bells - a memento from United States' military victory more than a century ag...

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Gulf Leaders Keen to Spare GCC Entity the Repercussions of Qatar’s Crisis

Gulf Leaders Keen to Spare GCC Entity the Repercussions of Qatar’s Crisis

Saudi King Salman greeted GCC leaders Sunday as they descended down a golden escalator at a Riyadh air base and never mentioned Qatar in his remarks to the summit. Kuwait has also been mediating b...

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5 missing Marines declared dead in warplanes crash off Japan

5 missing Marines declared dead in warplanes crash off Japan

The two F/A-18 Hornet crew members were found in the hours immediately afterward, during the joint search efforts of the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force, the Japan Coast Guard and the US 7th Fleet...

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New Brexit Vote Before January 21, Says UK PM Theresa May's Spokesman

New Brexit Vote Before January 21, Says UK PM Theresa May's Spokesman

Theresa May is facing her toughest time yet as Prime Minister with a opposition leaders uniting against her. The issue of the Irish backstop - the back-up plan to avoid a hard border between Nort...

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Mishawaka High School students walk out in honor of Breana Rouhselang

Mishawaka High School students walk out in honor of Breana Rouhselang

Assistant Commander Lt. Alex Arendt told reporters that Rouhselang's family had contacted the Mishawaka Police Department about 4:30 a.m. Sunday to report her missing after last seeing her at home a...

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Macron tells Trump not to interfere in domestic affairs: FM

Macron tells Trump not to interfere in domestic affairs: FM

Graffiti is seen on a vandalized Starbucks coffee shop with broken storefront windows the day after clashes during a national day of protest by the "yellow vests" movement in Paris. Protests and rio...

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'The Guardians' For Truth Named Time Magazine's 2018 Person Of The Year

'The Guardians' For Truth Named Time Magazine's 2018 Person Of The Year

On Monday, the magazine revealed the top 10 candidates on NBC's "Today" show , which will also name the titleholder on Tuesday's show. This led to many children being held in government facilities, a...

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Lloyd Russell-Moyle kicked out of House of Commons

Lloyd Russell-Moyle kicked out of House of Commons

He said: "The Prime Minister started this process by going to the Supreme Court to stop the House of Commons having a say in starting the Brexit process". Mr Russell-Moyle said he acted "on the spur...

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Armenia elections respected fundamental freedoms: OSCE

Armenia elections respected fundamental freedoms: OSCE

The Prosperous Armenia party is second with 8.37 percent of the vote (103,800). The new authorities soon launched criminal investigations into several prominent Republicans, but the party had re...

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Huawei exec Meng Wanzhou's lawyers fight for her freedom at bail hearing

Huawei exec Meng Wanzhou's lawyers fight for her freedom at bail hearing

Meng to a "kidnapping" and a "hostage-taking", while Canada's former ambassador to China , Guy Saint-Jacques, warned Canadians working in China to be "careful". Her arrest ratcheted up tensions betwe...

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British PM delays crucial Brexit vote

British PM delays crucial Brexit vote

Alluding to the main point of concern about her deal she said the Northern Ireland backstop is causing "widespread and deep concern". The Metro's Joel Taylor added that pulling the vote will be "hum...

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'Yellow Vest' protest erupts again in Paris

'Yellow Vest' protest erupts again in Paris

More than 670 protesters were detained in the capital, many of them stopped as they arrived at train stations or meeting points carrying hammers, petanque balls and other potential missiles. "It's ...

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