• Teen Who Slapped Israeli Soldier to Remain in Jail
Teen Who Slapped Israeli Soldier to Remain in Jail

There are frequent tensions between Israeli settlers in the Nablus area and Palestinians. The Palestinian health ministry identified the slain young man as 22-year-old Ahmed Jarrar . 18, 2018. Ahed is being charged on 12 counts, including assaulting an Israeli soldier, interfering with a soldier's duties, and two past instances of stone thro...

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  • Roger Federer safely through to round three of Australian Open
Roger Federer safely through to round three of Australian Open

The only time Federer looked remotely stumped came during a postmatch interview conducted by U.S. comedian Will Ferrell who told him that he had played like a " silky gazelle". The Anchorman star asked Roger Federer some freaky questions at the Australian Open . "All ended up way better than I thought it would, as you know".

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  • Marco Rubio thinks the GOP tax plan helps corporations too much
Marco Rubio thinks the GOP tax plan helps corporations too much

As both House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) and Vice President Mike Pence expressed, the party, and the president, are more focused on welfare reform. 26 editorial correctly noted, the harm to Marylanders from the federal tax bill will go far beyond any tax increase some will experience (" What Maryland needs to do to cope with the GOP tax bill ")...

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  • Sisi: Completing GERD studies 'only way' to guarantee Egypt's interests
Sisi: Completing GERD studies 'only way' to guarantee Egypt's interests

During the conference, President Sisi reiterated Egypt's previous suggestion to tap in the World Bank as a mediator in the tripartite technical negotiations of the Renaissance Dam impacts. On trade and economic relations, El-Sisi said that Egyptian investments in Ethiopia have reached $750 million, highlighting an Egyptian plan to build an industri...

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  • Minnesota not included on list for Amazon's HQ2
Minnesota not included on list for Amazon's HQ2

Tim Bajarin, president of tech consultancy Creative Strategies, said that in spite of what many in the Bay Area see as its benefits - access to strong educational facilities and investment shops in addition to its tech-industry bloodline - geography probably played a big role in Amazon's finalists decision.

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  • Trump's cognitive ability is normal, says White House doctor
Trump's cognitive ability is normal, says White House doctor

The examination at the Walter Reed National Military Medical Centre lasted several hours and was likely to measure things like Trump's blood pressure, cholesterol, blood sugar, heart rate and weight. "It's called genetics. I don't know". He then went on to say , "I think he will remain fit for duty for the remainder of this term and even for the r...

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  • Martin O'Neill has
Martin O'Neill has "agreed terms" on a new deal with Ireland

Delaney said he always believed that O'Neill would stay even as he was approached by Stoke City . "So he took some time and he confirmed to me on Sunday after he spoke to Stoke that he wanted to stay with the Republic of Ireland. "If any approaches are made, he'll inform us". It's like if a footballer wants to leave Liverpool and go to Barcelona...

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  • President denies changing view on Mexico border plan
President denies changing view on Mexico border plan

On Wednesday, White House chief of staff Kelly told lawmakers that Trump's campaign promises on immigration were not fully informed and his thinking on building a wall along the entire border with Mexico wall had "evolved". The context was what would really comprise a border wall for which Trump has requested billions of dollars to build....

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  • United States to dismiss charges against 129 people in Trump inaugural protests
United States to dismiss charges against 129 people in Trump inaugural protests

There are 188 defendants with charges pending, and Bill Miller, spokesperson for the US attorney's office, said it would focus instead on a "smaller, core group" of the remaining 59. Thursday's decision to surrender on 129 of the cases likely spares the government hundreds of thousands if not millions of dollars in additional expenses.

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  • Trump Admin Asks SCOTUS to Hear DACA
Trump Admin Asks SCOTUS to Hear DACA

One of the most weird aspects of this whole fight over DACA and shitholes and Trump's racism is that Trump seems to think that if the failure to reach an immigration deal results in a government shutdown, he can credibly blame the Democrats for it and the people will go along with that.

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  • Railroads warn Trump against derailing NAFTA
Railroads warn Trump against derailing NAFTA

But Trump told the Wall Street Journal last week that he would be "a little bit flexible" on the withdrawal threat. U.S. President Donald Trump has always been threatening to pull out from the agreement, and reiterated his stance earlier today when he called Nafta a "bad joke" in a tweet.

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  • Syria 'ready to down Turkish jets attacking Kurds Afrin'
Syria 'ready to down Turkish jets attacking Kurds Afrin'

Turkey's Presidential Spokesperson İbrahim Kalın, meanwhile, said on June 18 that steps by Turkey "for protecting its own national security in Afrin, Manbij, Jarabulus or in other places [in Syria] are definitely not a move against Syrian Kurds ".

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  • 'Chains and padlocks': California police say parents shackled their children to beds
'Chains and padlocks': California police say parents shackled their children to beds

Sheriff's Capt. Greg Fellows, who serves as chief of Perris police, said conditions in the home were "horrific". Dr. Donald Kirby, director of the Center for Human Nutrition at the Cleveland Clinic, said Tuesday that deprivation can lock kids into their smaller bodies, with further growth impossible.

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  • Graham blames Trump's staff for scuttling deal
Graham blames Trump's staff for scuttling deal

The secretary of the Homeland Security Department is testifying under oath that she "did not hear" President Donald Trump use a certain vulgarity to describe African countries. And further complicating the issue, unless a deal is reached on DACA, there's a real possibility the government could shut down on Friday . Asked about Trump's comments...

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  • President Trump tweets he wants 'merit based' immigration system
President Trump tweets he wants 'merit based' immigration system

The main concern in many African and Latin American capitals is that those who voted for Trump and adhere to his racist ideology may constitute a majority in the contemporary US. No matter how polite the language he might have used, it's still racist and it's still wrong. "I haven't heard any of those six sources other than Senator Durbin talk ...

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  • Parents of 13 children held captive in California plead 'not guilty'
Parents of 13 children held captive in California plead 'not guilty'

The Turpins were arrested after their 17-year-old daughter was able to escape through a window and call police . The parents of the siblings , David and Louise Turpin , were set to make their first court appearance on Thursday, reported Reuters .

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  • Lawmakers Work To Avoid Government Shutdown
Lawmakers Work To Avoid Government Shutdown

The government faces a partial shutdown after Friday unless Trump and Congress agree to continue funding. "I'm not going to try to predict the future but we definitely want to get a deal done on the budget and we want a clean budget bill".

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  • Nikki Haley voices regret to African UN envoys after Trump slur
Nikki Haley voices regret to African UN envoys after Trump slur

African U.N. envoys suggested on Thursday that U.S. President Donald Trump meet with African leaders in Ethiopia this month after he was reported to have described some immigrants from Africa and Haiti as coming from "shithole" countries. headquarters. "We discussed our long relationship and history of combating HIV, fighting terrorism, and committ...

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  • Trump Visits Pentagon to Show Support for Military
Trump Visits Pentagon to Show Support for Military

In the case of a government shutdown, troops will be required to report for duty and accrue pay. Trump said Thursday he was at the Pentagon to support the military, which would "lose big" without proper funding. The National Defense Strategy is the administration's blueprint for defense strategy, and follows the release of the National Security S...

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  • 'State Of Emergency' Declared In NC Ahead Of Winter Storm
'State Of Emergency' Declared In NC Ahead Of Winter Storm

The weather service said from 3 inches (8 centimeters) to 5 inches (13 centimeters) of snow was possible in western North Carolina on Wednesday. More than 1,500 USA flights have been canceled and even more delayed, with airports in Atlanta, Houston, New Orleans and Boston tallying the most cancellations, flight tracking site Flightaware.com says....

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  • As scandal escalates, USA Gymnastics cuts ties with Karolyi Ranch
As scandal escalates, USA Gymnastics cuts ties with Karolyi Ranch

Many of them are speaking at his sentencing hearing in Lansing, which started on Tuesday. "I testified to let the world know that you are a repulsive liar and those "treatments" were pathetically veiled sexual abuse", victim Kyle Stephens said Tuesday to Nassar, who often bowed his head and closed his eyes or looked away as she and others spok...

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  • 30 madrassa students in Bhiwandi land in hospital after lunch event
30 madrassa students in Bhiwandi land in hospital after lunch event

The 26 children, all boy students used to study Urdu and Arabic in the Madrasa and were in the age of 12 to 15 years. The children were served biryani at a feast organised at the madrassa on Tuesday afternoon, Bhiwandi's tehsildar Shashikant Gaikwad said.

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  • MLK Day of Service brings out volunteers on South Side
MLK Day of Service brings out volunteers on South Side

The poster was created by Ruby Rowe, a sixth grader at New Center Elementary School. Monday's celebration ended with everyone marking from the Armory down and down to the Plaza to hear Dr. The Knoxville resident drives to Sevier County for committee meetings and to take part in each year's event held in Sevierville. "So I'm not even going to go...

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  • 48% of Americans think Trump's 'shithole' remarks were racist
48% of Americans think Trump's 'shithole' remarks were racist

Defenders of Donald Trump say his "shithole countries" remark regarding people from Africa, Haiti and other nations was just Trump being Trump - the president may have used salty language, but it's really just his way of saying the United States should have a merit-based immigration system like Canada's.

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  • SHAME: Just FOUR Labour MPs Supported the Brexit Withdrawal Bill
SHAME: Just FOUR Labour MPs Supported the Brexit Withdrawal Bill

During Wednesday's debate, Theresa May was handed a warning over Brexit by former Cabinet minister Justine Greening , who quit the Government in this month's reshuffle. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn instructed his lawmakers to vote against passage of the bill because the government had not met conditions set out by the party, demanding safegua...

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