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The United States has become the first country in the world to recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel following Trumps' decision. An estimated 3,000 people marched, burned Israeli flags and stamped on posters of Trump in around 30 protests across the Palestinian territories.
  • Bangladesh condemns USA subway attack by it's own national

    Bangladesh condemns USA subway attack by it's own national

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    The 27-year-old suspect, Akayed Ullah, is in the hospital, badly injured in the arm and torso from the device that went off in his arms, sources said. US President Donald Trump "has been briefed on the explosion in New York City", his press secretary Sarah Sanders said. "We are a target", he said, "of those who are against democracy".
  • Dead After Crash on I-270 in Montgomery County

    Dead After Crash on I-270 in Montgomery County

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    Sander Cohen, deputy chief of MD State Fire Marshal's Office & member of Rockville Vol Fire Dpt, served our communities every day to keep families safe". The driver of the Acura ILX traveling northbound was not injured. The Maryland State Police investigation is continuing and details are incomplete at this time.
  • Amnesty accuses European Union of complicity in human rights violations in Libya

    Amnesty accuses European Union of complicity in human rights violations in Libya

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    Dalhuisen said Amnesty and other people he did not name were preparing to take the charges to the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg, the UN's Committee Against Torture and its Human Rights Committee. According to some estimates, as many as 35,000 migrants have drowned while making the treacherous journey through the Mediterranean since the 1990s. The report asserts that the financial support has resulted in "mass arbitrary and detention" of refugees and migrants, some 20,000 of whom ...
  • Brexit secretary says a no-deal Brexit now less likely

    Brexit secretary says a no-deal Brexit now less likely

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    Brexit Secretary David Davis told BBC TV on Sunday that a fall-back provision in the deal - that Britain will maintain regulatory "alignment" with the European Union in the absence of a deal to keep an open border with Ireland - doesn't mean Britain can't set different rules.
  • Charlottesville denies August 12 event permits for Kessler, four others

    Charlottesville denies August 12 event permits for Kessler, four others

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    The city turned down five special-event permit applications in and around the park that is home to the statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee, city spokeswoman Miriam Dickler told The Daily Progress on Monday. A recent third-party review of the event, as well as a state report , found that city and state officials, despite recognizing the strong likelihood of violence, were ill-prepared for the rally.
  • Trump's decision on Jerusalem will mark beginning of end of Israel: Hezbollah

    Trump's decision on Jerusalem will mark beginning of end of Israel: Hezbollah

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    The Trump administration had expected the world to welcome his "arrogant" move and follow suit, Nasrallah said, but he "appeared to be isolated in his decision, with (only) Israel at his side". "Trump is ignorant and is opposed to people's rights", said Hassan Mazloum, 14, a member of Hezbollah's Imam Mahdi scouts. The rally came a day after a violent protest outside the U.S.
  • Winter weather advisory extended to metro Detroit, southeast MI

    Winter weather advisory extended to metro Detroit, southeast MI

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    Travel will be very hard to impossible as total snow accumulations of 8 to 15 inches is forecast, with localized amounts up to 18 inches possible, according to forecasters. They are likely to be brief and won't carry a lot of snow, but they can create whiteout conditions. "Little or no snow accumulation expected", the service said .
  • USA ambassador to United Kingdom hopes for Trump visit in new year

    USA ambassador to United Kingdom hopes for Trump visit in new year

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    However, Johnson said the disagreement had been "probably misinterpreted". Stella Creasy, the Labour MP for Walthamstow, opposed the visit and said British people deserved a special relationship that works "both ways"."By sharing and promoting videos by Britain First he's undermined our democratic process and put at risk people in our communities", she told Radio 4.
  • Trump Calls For Reform Of 'Lax' Immigration Following Latest New York Attack

    Trump Calls For Reform Of 'Lax' Immigration Following Latest New York Attack

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    Three people were injured after the attacker's pipe bomb partially exploded. The suspected bomber, Akayed Ullah, 27, of Brooklyn, N.Y., emigrated from Bangladesh , which was not on the list of banned countries. "The bad harm that this flawed system inflicts on America's security and economy has always been clear", he said. Trump has tried to restrict immigration from eight countries, a lot of them with Muslim majorities, though his efforts have been challenged in the courts.
  • Jisha murder case: Ameerul Islam convicted; Verdict tomorrow

    Jisha murder case: Ameerul Islam convicted; Verdict tomorrow

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    The dalit woman Jisha, 30, was found murdered at her house at Vattolipadi, Iringolkkara, Perumbavoor, on April 28, 2016. The court is set to pronounce the quantum of punishment later. However, the first arrest was made only a month after the incident when the Kerala Police, under the new LDF government of Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, nabbed a a migrant worker from Assam.
  • Stocks To Invest: Oceaneering International, Inc. (OII), The Walt Disney Company (DIS)

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    Terril Brothers Inc bought 67,580 shares as the company's stock declined 19.04% while stock markets rallied. Ansys Inc now has $12.42B valuation. The stock increased 0.42% or $0.12 during the last trading session, reaching $28.77. FBR Capital maintained the shares of DIS in report on Monday, August 17 with "Buy" rating. The rating was upgraded by Guggenheim to "Buy" on Tuesday, March 14.
  • 1 magnitude quake strikes near major city

    1 magnitude quake strikes near major city

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    The epicentre of the quake was reportedly near the town of Hejdak. On November 12, a devastating 7.3 magnitude natural disaster struck Iran in a region bordering Iraq, killing over 600 Iranians and injuring almost 10,000. Tremors felt as far as the United Arab Emirates and Kuwait, Qatar, Turkey, Lebanon, Israel. President Hassan Rouhani has highlighted his government's efforts in bringing aid and temporary housing to the victims of last month's quake, though hardline rivals say the ...
  • Deputy's K9 found dead in North Port

    Deputy's K9 found dead in North Port

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    Neighbors reported seeing a large brown German shepherd running through their yard at about the same time. Searches Sunday showed no signs of the dog, but a woman walking her own dog found the body Monday around 10 a.m. The cause of death wasn't immediately known. A necropsy will be conducted. - Multiple law enforcement agencies in addition to several dozen volunteers are searching for a Charlotte County Sheriff's K-9 who went missing.
  • Friday Is Enrollment Deadline For ACA Marketplace Health Insurance

    Friday Is Enrollment Deadline For ACA Marketplace Health Insurance

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    Coverage for plans sold during Open Enrollment begins January 1, 2018, if your premium is paid. After this date, you can enroll or change plans only if you qualify for a Special Enrollment Period. Trump came into office looking to dismantle Barack Obama's health care law, but it survived. "It's just unfortunate because consumers are going to see their premiums and deductibles go up with fewer and fewer options as long as federal insurance regulations remain in statute".
  • UK Foreign Secretary Urges Iran To Release Dual Nationals

    UK Foreign Secretary Urges Iran To Release Dual Nationals

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    Johnson's comments confirmed charges by the Iranian judiciary that Zaghari-Ratcliffe was teaching people how to secretly prepare anti-government content and send them to the Persian service of the British state-run BBC news agency. The Foreign Office confirmed Johnson had raised "consular cases of dual nationals" during talks. She insists she was in Iran on a personal visit. Her case drew considerable attention last month, after Johnson suggested she was training journalists in Iran, ...
  • Boris PRAISED as Brit woman jailed in Iran has case DELAYED

    Boris PRAISED as Brit woman jailed in Iran has case DELAYED

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    Summing up the foreign secretary's visit, a Foreign Office spokesperson said: "We leave with a sense that both sides want to keep up the momentum to resolve the hard issues in the bilateral relationship and preserve the nuclear deal". He asked for the release of the mother of one child on humanitarian grounds, along with other dual nationals. We should be clear that Ms Zaghari-Ratcliffe's detention is unjustified, and that the Iranian authorities are wrong to use her as part of their ...