• IDF: Settlers attacked in northern West Bank, shoot Palestinian dead
IDF: Settlers attacked in northern West Bank, shoot Palestinian dead

Ghassan Daghlas told the Associated Press that Mr Odeh had been at work when a group of settlers trespassed onto his land and then ordered him to move. At one point, the Palestinians stole one of the pistols, according to one of the fathers. The military would not say where the shooter was, saying only that the incident was being investigated.

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  • Sunny and 60 Wednesday, cloudy and 50 Thursday
Sunny and 60 Wednesday, cloudy and 50 Thursday

Even with the cooler temperatures, upper 40s are still warmer than average for this time in late November. Expect a high in the upper 60s in most communities, but a few spots might briefly touch 70ºF or 71ºF before the sun sets. For Auburn fans headed to Atlanta and the SEC Championship game Saturday against Georgia (3p CT kickoff)... no weather ...

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  • Egypt politician eyeing presidency claims UAE blocking his travel
Egypt politician eyeing presidency claims UAE blocking his travel

However, UAE Foreign Minister Anwar Gargash tweeted in response that the "United Arab Emirates confirms there is no obstacle", to Shafiq's leaving. President Abdel-Fattah al-Sisi has yet to formally declare his candidacy, although he won the last election by an overwhelming majority in a vote independent observers said did not meet global stand...

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  • Somalia: US Denies Allegations of Civilian Massacre in Somalia
Somalia: US Denies Allegations of Civilian Massacre in Somalia

AFRICOM's comments coincided with a report by The Daily Beast on Wednesday that said the operation resulted in 10 civilian deaths. However, Africom denied the claim without addressing The Daily Beast story, saying SOCAF conducts detailed planning and coordination to reduce civilian casualties and to ensure compliance with the Law of Armed Conflic...

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  • Study finds prehistoric women had stronger arms than modern-day rowers
Study finds prehistoric women had stronger arms than modern-day rowers

RG: How did you make this comparison? From the living women, we used CT imaging to get images through the bones. The prehistoric women were found to consistently have stronger arms. Now, by analyzing the bones of these women, scientists have shown that their upper body strength surpassed even today's elite female athletes. But women's shinbones di...

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  • 4 killed as suspected U.S. drone hits Haqqani militants in Pakistan
4 killed as suspected U.S. drone hits Haqqani militants in Pakistan

The US President Donald Trump announced the new strategy of Washington regarding South Asia in mid-August this year and criticized Pakistan for remaining reckless to act against certain terror groups still operating in its soil. drone attack in Pakistan territory, stressing that it was in Afghanistan territory. "Pakistan has tried twice, but the ta...

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  • Cyclone Ockhi gains pace off Kerala, wreaks havoc on mainland
Cyclone Ockhi gains pace off Kerala, wreaks havoc on mainland

Cyclone Ockhi , heading towards the islands with a speed of 75 kmph, is now centred between Kanyakumari and Thiruvananthapuram. The rains have wreaked havoc in many areas, especially in low-lying and coastal parts, damaging houses, pulling down trees and electric poles, among other things, as per regional reports.

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  • Republicans Trying to Engineer a Government Shutdown They Can Blame on Democrats
Republicans Trying to Engineer a Government Shutdown They Can Blame on Democrats

The Senate plans to vote this week on a tax bill, but even if that passes, the Republican is only halfway done: The House and Senate would still need to align their respective versions of very different bills, then vote again on a compromise.

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  • Ready to pay 'political price' for strict reformatory steps, says PM Modi
Ready to pay 'political price' for strict reformatory steps, says PM Modi

He also hailed Aadhaar and justified the government's push for it, even as the matter is before the Supreme Court where it is to be decided by a Constitution bench. After so many years of Independence, the system's weaknesses were hindering our development. "Every where in the country, someone had to fight with the system day and night".

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  • Congress calls out Kirron Kher for 'making light of serious matter'
Congress calls out Kirron Kher for 'making light of serious matter'

For this statement, Kirron Kher was trolled on Twitter with people accusing her of victim-shaming. Senior Congress leader Pawan Kumar Bansal accused Kher of not taking the matter seriously and said instead of making irresponsible statements the MP should state how she would make the roads of Chandigarh safer for women.

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  • Cops nab Revere bank robbery suspect near TD Garden
Cops nab Revere bank robbery suspect near TD Garden

Police in Revere started pursuing Spolidoro and said he abandoned his vehicle near the Suffolk County Jail on Nashua Street in Boston, according to state police. State police tweeted, "Another great team effort". The Woburn resident is accused of robbing the East Boston Savings Bank on Squire Road in Revere Wednesday afternoon.

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  • Mirabai Chanu wins gold medal in Weightlifting World Championship
Mirabai Chanu wins gold medal in Weightlifting World Championship

And congratulations Manipur for giving the country such a wonderful series of champion sportswomen!" the president wrote in his Twitter post. Mirabai's gold medal - India's first at the prestigious World Championships since Karnam Malleswari's medal in 1995 - also presented the 23-year-old lifter with redemption of sorts as she had failed to ge...

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  • Olive Garden rolls out new look in Capitol Heights
Olive Garden rolls out new look in Capitol Heights

So what else would they name their first born daughter than Olivia Garton? InsideEdition.com's Mara Montalbano (https://twitter.com/MaraMontalbano) has more. The chain has reached out to the couple, promising to give Olivia an early birthday present. "She'll definitely be wearing this onesie", Jordan Garton said.

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  • The only victor from the ongoing Tennessee debacle is Lane Kiffin
The only victor from the ongoing Tennessee debacle is Lane Kiffin

While it's unlikely Kiffin is named as Tennessee's next coach, there's at least a good chance he'll troll the hire. After that, Duke head coach David Cutcliffe stated he was staying at Duke, Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy turned down the Vols, and then there were conflicting reports about whether or not Tennessee offered Purdue head coa...

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  • Behind the Drive for Tax Reform is Real Harm for Higher Education
Behind the Drive for Tax Reform is Real Harm for Higher Education

The Senate bill does not touch graduate student waivers. Many grad-students pay for higher education with tuition waivers. The University of Michigan's Go Blue Guarantee offers free tuition for four years of undergraduate study on the Ann Arbor campus for in-state students from families making up to $65,000 per year.

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  • RK Nagar Bypoll: AIADMK Announces E Madhusudhanan as its Candidate
RK Nagar Bypoll: AIADMK Announces E Madhusudhanan as its Candidate

The report added that in 1991, Madhusudhanan had won the RK Nagar by-election and served as handloom minister during the chief ministership of J Jayalalithaa. The seat was held by held by former Chief Minister Jayalalithaa . However, the polls were rescinded by the Election Commission following complaints of money distribution.

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  • Bosnia war crime suspect who drank poison in court pronounced dead
Bosnia war crime suspect who drank poison in court pronounced dead

Prosecutors said their investigation would focus on what killed Praljak and whether he had received any outside help in obtaining the suspected poison . The ICTY said in an official report that Milosevic died of natural causes and that it had found no evidence of poisoning or suicide. Before the war, Praljak directed productions in theaters acro...

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  • Three terrorists killed in Jammu & Kashmir gunfight
Three terrorists killed in Jammu & Kashmir gunfight

He said the militants opened fire on security forces, who retaliated, triggering a fierce gunbattle. Around 200 militants have been killed so far this year in Jammu and Kashmir. Sinar Ahmad, 15, was injured when the army resorted to aerial firing after the mob attack. However, the operation is still underway. Internet services have been snapped...

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  • Centre may withdraw ban on sale of cattle for slaughter
Centre may withdraw ban on sale of cattle for slaughter

Cow vigilantes emboldened by the ban have lynched at least two people in Alwar, Rajasthan, for transporting cattle, and have attacked several others in the name of the cow. "The minister said cattle slaughter or the sale of cattle for slaughter was not a prestige issue for his government that the government would be reviewing suggestions it had the...

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  • Officer Accidentally Hits Partner With Stun Gun
Officer Accidentally Hits Partner With Stun Gun

FOX 45 reported that the officer who was tasered was taken to the hospital to be treated for a head injury. One officer tried to use his stun gun on McClinton when one of the prongs accidentally hit his partner. The 22-year-old suspect has been charged with obstructing official business, failure to disclose personal information and resisting arre...

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  • Syrian opposition, United Nations open talks in Geneva, await government
Syrian opposition, United Nations open talks in Geneva, await government

The meeting marks the latest and perhaps most-promising attempt by U.N. Syria envoy Staffan de Mistura to jolt new life into the so-far largely ineffective U.N. Hariri said detainees number more than 200,000. He has also warned the opposition that intransigence on the Assad issue might no longer be tenable.

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