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Israel's Netanyahu says Palestinians don't educate to peace

The hunger strike started on April 17, a fight, the prisoners said , to improve deteriorating living conditions imposed by the Israeli Prison Service on thousands of Palestinians held in Israeli ja...

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Pavlich: 'Dishonest' Flynn Should Never Have Been Picked for Trump Cabinet

However, neither Cummings nor Chaffetz said they felt the White House was obstructing their investigation. When a lawyer for Mike Flynn announced at the end of last month that the former national se...

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Local polls bode well for May ahead of GE

What all this means for Northern Ireland is that Mrs May will feel her hand has been strengthened and she will stick to her hardline stance on the European Union and the post-Brexit arrangements that ...

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Massive fire in Chennai apartment, four charred to death

Massive fire in Chennai apartment, four charred to death

According to the police, the fire broke out at the apartment in Vadapalani around 4.45 a.m. and several two wheelers that were parked on the ground floor caught fire. Soon a thick smoke billowed and s...

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European Stocks Fall as Traders Turn Toward French Parliamentary Elections

It is up to him now, strengthened by the experience he has acquired with me, to continue his march. In 2014, the National Front won 11 towns in municipal elections , and her party performed better th...

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France's far-right leader Marine Le Pen looks ahead to parliamentary elections

France's far-right leader Marine Le Pen looks ahead to parliamentary elections

But Macron said last week if he won, he didn't expect he would get much of a honeymoon. The worst-case scenario for him would be a strong parliamentary majority for his opponents, dictating his choice...

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Yates Expressed Worry That Mike Flynn Could Be Blackmailed

Weeks later, Yates reportedly warned the White House that Flynn's phone calls with Moscow envoy Sergey Kislyak, which U.S. intelligence secretly monitored, could leave him open to blackmail. "And th...

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Malaysia, North Korea Asian Cup qualifier to go ahead in Pyongyang

DPRK is short for the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, North Korea's official name. The regime described Kim Hak-song as "a man who was doing business in relation to the operation of Pyongyang...

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Obama warned Trump about hiring Flynn, sources say

The revelation casts new light on the White House assertion Monday that the Obama administration should have denied Flynn a security clearance if officials were concerned about him. Richard Blumenthal...

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China opposes USA sanctions on North Korea

The Guardian notes that "the CIA's long history of attempting covert assassinations of political leaders across the world is notorious", but, as with "other North Korean claims , the allegation tha...

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BJP conspiring to crush AAP: Sanjay Singh

The decision comes a day after Mishra levelled allegations that Kejriwal had taken Rs 2 crore in cash from Delhi minister Satyendra Jain. The decision to suspend Mishra was taken late on Monday duri...

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Gibraltar thanks the Duke of Edinburgh for long-term support

Gibraltar thanks the Duke of Edinburgh for long-term support

Some the Duke's most notable engagements in Hampshire include visiting Romsey Abbey in 2007 with the Queen for a special service to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the Hampshire Town receiving its ...

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French election: Marine Le Pen caught up in plagiarism row

French election: Marine Le Pen caught up in plagiarism row

In Paris, Le Pen's 88-year-old father Jean-Marie - whom she kicked out of the FN in 2015 - paid tribute at a gilded statue of Joan of Arc , whom the party has adopted as a nationalist icon. Mr Macron...

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United States at odds with Russian Federation over Syria's no-fly zones

The United States is not party to the agreement and the Syrian rivals have not signed on to the deal. And a member of the rebel delegation to the talks said the opposition was "recording violations of...

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"Abuse of power" by sister of Trump's son-in-law?

On Sunday , the Kushner Companies , of which Nicole Meyer is a principal, said in an email to the Post that it "apologizes if that mention of her brother was in any way interpreted as an attempt t...

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North Korea Detains Another US Citizen, Bringing Total Held to Four

Kim Hak Song , who worked for the Pyongyang University of Science and Technology, was detained on Saturday on suspicion of "hostile acts" against the state, North Korea's official KCNA news agency s...

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Sally Yates Told White House that Russia Could Blackmail Mike Flynn

Yates said McGahn asked her that day if Flynn should be fired. Since then, Flynn and former Trump advisers, including Carter Page, Paul Manafort and Roger Stone have become the subjects of fresh sc...

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Mishra promises evidence on Kejriwal's corruption

Mishra told reporters at his residence in Civil Lines.Mr. Mishra also came out with two more charges on Monday. The AAP on Monday blamed the BJP and the central government for the charges hurled by ...

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You're the 'Terrorists': North Korea Vows Attack on Enemy Intelligence Agencies

You're the 'Terrorists': North Korea Vows Attack on Enemy Intelligence Agencies

The North Korea ruler visited the "Hero Defence Detachment" on Mu Islet on Friday, telling troops to "keep highly alert to break the backbone of the enemy", the state-backed Korean Central News Agency...

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Polling stations open for today's local elections

To understand what today's results mean for the two constituencies we must first look at what happened today and what happened at the last general election. The challenge to the existing set-up will c...

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