• Sara Netanyahu of Israel Could Face Criminal Charges
Sara Netanyahu of Israel Could Face Criminal Charges

The wife of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been formally told that she faces a possible trial over alleged misuse of public funds, the justice ministry said Friday. "The allegations against the wife of the Prime Minister are absurd and will be proven as such", the family said in a statement, according to Israel National News.

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  • Two accused in Canada 'honour killing' case face extradition
Two accused in Canada 'honour killing' case face extradition

Jassi Sidhu was killed after marrying a poor Indian rickshaw driver named Mithu Sidhu. The Punjab police in India has claimed that Sidhu and Badesha had hired supari killers (contract killers) to eliminate the couple. "In this case, it was reasonable for the minister to conclude that, on the basis of the assurances he received from India, there was...

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  • An open letter from Desmond Tutu to Aung San Su Kyi
An open letter from Desmond Tutu to Aung San Su Kyi

But here we are again - feeling betrayed by our longings. "I still think that she is the same Aung San Suu Kyi that won the Nobel Peace Prize she will wake up to that person", he said. This has made it more hard to handle the plight of the increasing number of persecuted Rohingya. Ms. Suu Kyi has not restored it. That intensifies doubts about g...

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  • UC Sues Trump Administration for Ending DACA Program Protecting Immigrant Students
UC Sues Trump Administration for Ending DACA Program Protecting Immigrant Students

Janet Napolitano is the president of the UC school system - and was the homeland security secretary in 2012 who established the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program that has protected almost 800,000 young undocumented immigrants from deportation and gave them the ability to work and study in the US.

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  • Skeletons tumble out of Dera closet
Skeletons tumble out of Dera closet

Sirsa District Commissioner on Thursday announced that the curfew imposed in Sirsa tomorrow during the operation will continue until the search ends. Huge bungalows of the sect chief (spread over almost 100 acres) and his family members are also located inside. It is said to have ultra-luxury facilities.

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  • BJP will fight 2019 Odisha polls alone: Amit Shah
BJP will fight 2019 Odisha polls alone: Amit Shah

He slammed the Patnaik government, saying though the NDA government has increased the central funds for Odisha three fold- from Rs 68,196 Crore in 13th Finance Commission under the UPA regime to Rs 1,84,070 Crore in 14th Finance Commission under Narendra Modi's prime ministership- the benefits have not percolated down to the masses.

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  • Qatar ruler phones Saudi crown prince about starting talks
Qatar ruler phones Saudi crown prince about starting talks

U.S. President Donald Trump (L) waits to welcome visiting Kuwaiti Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmed Al-Jaber Al-Sabah at the White House in Washington D.C., the United States , on September 7, 2017. The Arab nations have made several demands of Qatar, and Kuwait has been trying to mediate the dispute. Qatar's leaders have denied the charges.

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  • Are Out-Of-State Voters Determining NH Elections?
Are Out-Of-State Voters Determining NH Elections?

Since all of New Hampshire's neighboring states are Democratic, it's likely that if any of their residents crossed into New Hampshire to use the same-day voter registration law to cast ballots most of these people voted Democratic. But these claims are based on a major factual error that misrepresents state election law. The vice chairman of th...

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  • Strong message for Indian policy makers from Chinese state media
Strong message for Indian policy makers from Chinese state media

After the end of the Dokalam standoff, India and China had agreed to move forward in their ties with President Xi telling Prime Minister Narendra Modi that he wants to put the relationship on the "right track". "So it's been a very careful mix of working on convergences which exist between our two countries - and there are many - and also at ...

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  • 'Pharma Bro' Lashes Out at Move to Revoke Bail Over Hillary 'Threat'
'Pharma Bro' Lashes Out at Move to Revoke Bail Over Hillary 'Threat'

The Secret Service requested an interview with Shkreli to discuss the post, which he declined. The prosecutors cited a Facebook post on Monday in which Shkreli promoted a conspiracy theory about the Clinton Foundation and offered the money for a lock of Clinton's hair.

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  • In hurricane zone, man gives up the last generator
In hurricane zone, man gives up the last generator

Without asking a single question, Ramon Santiago walked up to Brekke and handed her a generator. She had been searching for a generator for her family but was left to watch the last available one sold to someone else. "She needs the generator", Santiago told WFTV-TV, as Brekke wiped away tears. "It's okay. No worry for them", Santiago said. Brekk...

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  • Nancy Pelosi Actually Dictated Trump's Last Tweet to Him
Nancy Pelosi Actually Dictated Trump's Last Tweet to Him

According to NBC News Capitol Hill Producer, Alex Moe , President Trump placed a phone call to Pelosi this morning, in which Pelosi actually dictated to the President a tweet which she thought would ease the concern of DREAMers after Trump said he'd let DACA expire earlier in the week.

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  • Up to 9 Million Floridians Could Be Without Power After Irma
Up to 9 Million Floridians Could Be Without Power After Irma

In fact, we have adequate power to continue serving all customers. Electricity generator Florida Power & Light ( FPL ), a subsidiary of NextEra Energy Inc ( NEE.N ), generates enough power for about 1.9 million homes at the Turkey Point and St.

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  • Arkansas State University sees enrollment increase
Arkansas State University sees enrollment increase

Casey Maugh Funderburk, Vice Provost for the Gulf Park Campus. As Fall enrollment numbers come in, some Arkansas universities are smashing records. In all, 14,479 students are enrolled at USM this fall, compared to 14,552 last fall. Enrollment in the University's Honors College remains strong with 124 new students from 10 states and multiple co...

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  • Another Arizona-based company involved in border wall construction
Another Arizona-based company involved in border wall construction

The eight prototypes will cost a total of $3.6 million and will be constructed on federal land near San Diego, reports the Associated Press . Elmond Davantes, a software developer from Carlsbad, California, took photos from the US side. People on each side of the wall waved to each other. It's conceivable that Harvey could cost even more than wh...

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  • McMaster orders evacuation of several barrier islands
McMaster orders evacuation of several barrier islands

But it's also worth noting that many of these beaches took a beating during Hurricane Matthew previous year. McMaster said all S.C. residents should continue preparing for impacts from the storm, and warned that the storm's path could change by tomorrow.

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  • Philippines suspends trade with North Korea to comply with United Nations resolution
Philippines suspends trade with North Korea to comply with United Nations resolution

The US has called for a UN Security Council (UNSC) meeting to vote on a draft resolution to impose additional sanctions on North Korea. "Work is now going on over a new resolution in the Security Council and it is still early to make predictions about its final form", Lavrov said at a news conference in Moscow after talks with his French counterp...

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  • Famous airport ravaged by Hurricane Irma
Famous airport ravaged by Hurricane Irma

Popular Caribbean cruise destination St. Maarten has been devastated after category 5 Hurricane Irma hit on Wednesday morning. In addition, an extra 50 police officers are on their way from Curaçao in an attempt to restore law and order to the island, where looting has reportedly been widespread.

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  • Harvey, 104, and Irma, 93, get their moment in the spotlight
Harvey, 104, and Irma, 93, get their moment in the spotlight

After marrying in 1942 and returning to Washington, the pair made a decision to become foster parents, ultimately opening their home to 120 children-many with physical and mental disabilities-over the years. Know of something else we should read, or see, or do? Say hello to Harvey and Irma. In a recent phone interview, Mrs. Schluter even recalled...

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  • Military action not first choice against N Korea
Military action not first choice against N Korea

Onodera held telephone talks with US Defence Secretary Jim Mattis yesterday and both agreed to step up "visible pressure" on North Korea, the ministry in Tokyo said . "We had a very, very frank and very strong phone call". South Korea and the United States are technically still at war with North Korea after the 1950-53 Korean conflict ended wi...

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