• UNRWA: Our mandate comes from the UN General Assembly
UNRWA: Our mandate comes from the UN General Assembly

With Palestinians seething over US President Donald Trump's recognition last month of Jerusalem as Israel's capital, he threatened on Tuesday to withhold aid money, accusing them of being "no longer willing to talk peace". This is an absurd situation, according to him. This needs to be resolved by the parties to the conflict in the context of pea...

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  • Shafiq backtracks on presidential bid as election timetable to be announced
Shafiq backtracks on presidential bid as election timetable to be announced

In a Twitter statement, Shafiq said, "I earlier decided on my return to Egypt that I had to reassess my position from running for president, a decision I took when I was in UAE". "I said my intention was based on the information and the general idea I had about the current situation", Shafiq told talk-show host Wael El Ebrashy by phone at the time.

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  • Iran says will have United States
Iran says will have United States "regret" any mistake on nuclear deal

Iran's deputy foreign minister Abbas Araqchi has said that the global community must prepare itself for possible withdrawal of the USA from nuclear deal reached between Tehran and the six world powers in 2015. foreign policy during the past year and also at the recent Security Council meeting is another spanking disgrace to its previous failures". ...

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  • Two arrested in connection with former Shiv Sena corporator's murder in Mumbai
Two arrested in connection with former Shiv Sena corporator's murder in Mumbai

When he was just outside his home, they allegedly attacked him and escaped. Even though Sawant was rushed to a nearby hospital in Kandivli, he was declared dead on arrival, said a police official. Sawant's brother Subhash Sawant is an assistant police commissioner at the Mumbai Police's Anti-Terrorism Squad. Two of his children are MBBS doctors.

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  • Trump Works From 11-6, Sort Of
Trump Works From 11-6, Sort Of

The first part of Trump's day is known as "Executive Time". In response to the Axios story, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Trump's morning includes a mix of Oval Office time and time in his residence, though it always includes phone calls to world leaders and Cabinet members, among others, CNN reports.

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  • West Brom boss Pardew confirms Evans replacement identified
West Brom boss Pardew confirms Evans replacement identified

According to the BBC , the pair have come back to the table, with Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger especially keen to sign the Northern Ireland worldwide defender. Sky Sports News reporter Sheth warned Arsenal and Manchester City that Evans will now come at a premium in the January transfer window. Evans is thought to favour a move back to t...

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  • Over $150000 Raised For Roy Moore Accuser After Home Suspiciously Burns Down
Over $150000 Raised For Roy Moore Accuser After Home Suspiciously Burns Down

The Etowah County Sheriff's Office said there doesn't appear to be a connection to the allegations against Moore. While describing her experience, Johnson said how in 1991 when she was 28-years-old, Moore "grabbed me from behind, on my buttocks", during a custody dispute between Johnson and her mother at Moore's law office in Gadsden, Alabama....

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  • India cancels Rs. 32640-crore minesweepers project with South Korea
India cancels Rs. 32640-crore minesweepers project with South Korea

However, the deal had to be canceled amid charges of corruption by the South Korean company to bag the deal. Sources privy to the development told the newspaper the government has directed the Goa Shipyard to start the process afresh. The deal, which was supposed to be finalised past year, would have helped India to start building the warships at...

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  • Cybersecurity Firm Says Olympics Organizations Were Targeted by Hackers
Cybersecurity Firm Says Olympics Organizations Were Targeted by Hackers

In similar past attacks, hackers tried to obtain passwords and financial data. Hackers have attempted to target organizations involved in the 2018 Winter Olympics, which are set to kick off in Pyeongchang, South Korea next month, according to cybersecurity firm McAfee .

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  • Emmanuel Macron starts China visit in Silk Road gateway city of Xian
Emmanuel Macron starts China visit in Silk Road gateway city of Xian

After Xian , Macron travelled to Beijing along with his delegation, which includes some 60 business executives and representatives of institutions. French President Emmanuel Macron urged Europe on Monday to take part in China's massive Silk Road infrastructure project but warned against "hegemony", saying both sides should share the benefi...

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  • Pierce County deputy fatally shot after responding to home invasion; manhunt underway
Pierce County deputy fatally shot after responding to home invasion; manhunt underway

A Washington state deputy was shot and killed while confronting a pair of burglars late Sunday, police said. The Pierce County Sheriff's Office had not released the deputy's name early Monday. "It is with incredible sadness that inform you that our deputy has passed away from his injuries". The suspect in the shooting remained at large, KIRO-T...

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  • CIA's Pompeo: Trump Is an 'Avid Consumer' of Information
CIA's Pompeo: Trump Is an 'Avid Consumer' of Information

Central Intelligence Agency director Mike Pompeo was responding to questions on the recent decision of the Donald Trump administration to suspend approximately $2 billion in security aid to Pakistan. Press Secretary Sarah Sanders has recently termed the book as a work of "complete fantasy". "What would you say about a world leader who refers to...

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  • Author of tell-all book insists he 'absolutely spoke' to Donald Trump
Author of tell-all book insists he 'absolutely spoke' to Donald Trump

So let me say very forthrightly, this book is not about Steve Bannon. That makes me very happy. Wolff, who claims to have had unparalleled access to the White House over much of the previous year, ultimately concluded that none of Trump's staff believe he is capable of functioning in his job as president, and his reporting in Fire and Fu...

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  • Federal tax overhaul could lead to changes in some states
Federal tax overhaul could lead to changes in some states

A few governors have even called for tax cuts. The idea is that the donations would still be deductible. Lawmakers and governors in some states are grappling with how to protect their constituents. Community solar subscriptions for low-income customers will develop through state purchasing power by securing and providing zero-cost savings. New York...

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  • IS supports Iranian anti-government protests
IS supports Iranian anti-government protests

France's Francois Delattre said that although he was "alarmed" by the acts of violence on the streets of Iran, they did not pose an global threat to peace and security and so were not really a matter for the Security Council. The United States had called the meeting, portraying Iranian protests as a human rights issue that could spill over into a...

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  • Rotor abnormality led to emergency landing of United States military copter in Okinawa
Rotor abnormality led to emergency landing of United States military copter in Okinawa

There were no immediate reports of injuries from the landing in Uruma, a local fire department official said. The U.S. Marine Corps said at the time of the emergency landing that none of the four crew members aboard the chopper were injured in the incident and a Marine Corps officer was quoted as saying that they were "grateful that no one was hu...

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  • Trump Tower on fire in Midtown Manhattan
Trump Tower on fire in Midtown Manhattan

The spokesperson said the fire started around 7 a.m. The US media said that no deaths or injuries have been reported by far. Melania Trump and son Barron lived at the property so Barron, 11, could finish the school year uninterrupted but moved into the White House in June.

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  • UK's secretary of state for Northern Ireland resigns
UK's secretary of state for Northern Ireland resigns

Mr Brokenshire was appointed as Northern Secretary when Mrs May became British Prime Minister in July 2016, replacing Theresa Villiers. The news was reported by several United Kingdom media outlets as Theresa May begins a cabinet reshuffle after losing several ministers in recent months.

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  • Amicus curiae Sharan refutes claim of unknown person killing Mahatma Gandhi
Amicus curiae Sharan refutes claim of unknown person killing Mahatma Gandhi

The petition, filed by Pankaj Phadnis, founder of "Abhinav Bharat" claimed to have documentary evidence to prove that Gandhi's real killer was never caught. He was assisted by advocates Sanchit Guru and Samarth Khanna in examining almost 4,000 pages of trial court records, besides the Jeevan Lal Kapur Inquiry Commission report, in this regard.

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  • Malaysian party puts up former PM aged 92
Malaysian party puts up former PM aged 92

Dr Mahathir, who during his 22-year tenure as prime minister earned a reputation of being a no-nonsense authoritarian with little time for dissenters promoting liberal values, stands to become the world's oldest leader if the opposition wins, pushing Queen Elizabeth II into second place.

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  • Explosion Said to Target Anti-Government Rebels in Idlib Kills 18
Explosion Said to Target Anti-Government Rebels in Idlib Kills 18

There were no official comments from the Syrian government. No party claimed responsibility for the bombing, but it's apparently a rebel-on-rebel operation, especially now that the LLC is accusing the Agnad group of backing down on supporting the LLC in their battles in Idlib against the government forces and other rival groups.

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  • SC to review Constitutional validity of section 377, seeks reply from Centre
SC to review Constitutional validity of section 377, seeks reply from Centre

A three-judge Bench led by Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra made a decision to revisit its December 2013 verdict in Suresh Kumar Kaushal vs. Naz Foundation which dismissed the LGBT community as a negligible part of the population while virtually denying them the right of choice and sexual orientation.

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  • PM attends conference of DGs, IGs
PM attends conference of DGs, IGs

After this, now the BSF Academy, Technpur has got an opportunity to organize this conference with Gwalior. The PM also reviewed the status of decisions taken in the last three years on security related matters at the meet. The discussions shall continue tomorrow. Top police officers share and discuss security-related issues at the conference of...

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  • Powerball Winner Declared in Saturday's $559 Million Jackpot Lottery
Powerball Winner Declared in Saturday's $559 Million Jackpot Lottery

The victor, in Florida, took home the fourth-biggest windfall in the lotto's 15 year history. To win the jackpot, one of the Wedges' tickets would need to match the six balls drawn. Six tickets sold across the state won between $50,000 and $150,000 in prizes. The store will receive $75,000 for selling the lucky ticket. Wedge, who lives is Eas...

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  • Texas A&M football reporter vanishes after covering football camp
Texas A&M football reporter vanishes after covering football camp

Saturday. When she was last seen, Roland was wearing a Remington hat and camouflage, according to ABC 13. While the Team Texas Elite account originally reported she was last heard from in an Uber, she had apparently gone out later Saturday night in her own vehicle.

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