• Israeli Police to Recommend Corruption Indictment of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
Israeli Police to Recommend Corruption Indictment of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu

Israeli Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit, a Netanyahu appointee, has been accused of dragging his feet on the investigations. Alsheich further claimed that "powerful figures" had hired private investigators to collect information about the police investigators in the Netanyahu cases, apparently to personally discredit them once the recommendat...

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  • US Crude Output Rises to 10 Million/BPD
US Crude Output Rises to 10 Million/BPD

Oil production in the USA for the week, according to the department, also increased - by 3.3 percent, or by 332,000 barrels per day, to 10.251 million barrels per day. Although it exports more than two million barrels a day, the Middle Eastern country typically imports extra-light condensate to process in a unit known as a splitter.

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  • Korea toward more hawkish N. Korea policy
Korea toward more hawkish N. Korea policy

Still, the agreement that North and South Korea reached in the border village of Panmunjom last month is unlikely to lead to renewed nuclear disarmament talks. North Korean artists and musicians will also perform during the games at venues in the Pyeongchang region and in Seoul . Another protester, with a giant South Korean flag wrapped around h...

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  • VENEZUELA: Maduro Rebuffs US, Argentina Statements On Sanctions
VENEZUELA: Maduro Rebuffs US, Argentina Statements On Sanctions

The latest technology - U.S. Secretary of State Tillerson using a translator app during his joint press conference with President Kuczynski at the government palace. "We were prepared to undertake retaliatory steps, and quite serious ones too, which would cut our relations to zero", he said. "So I'm not a believer in that".

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  • U.S. condemns Polish president's decision to sign Holocaust bill into law
U.S. condemns Polish president's decision to sign Holocaust bill into law

Poland's President Andrzej Duda on Tuesday signed into law a controversial Holocaust bill meant to safeguard his country's image overseas but which has instead sparked tensions with Israel , the United States and Ukraine. The bill has been internationally criticized since its public conception last month. Anyone convicted under the law ...

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  • 'Pig roast' sex contest at Cornell's Jewish fraternity sparks outrage
'Pig roast' sex contest at Cornell's Jewish fraternity sparks outrage

The women members had sex with were not told about the competition, according to The Sun . A fraternity at Cornell University , located in Ithica in the state of NY in the United States, has been placed on probationary recognition for two years following multiple reports of misconduct during 2017.

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  • Kurdish forces capture final two members of ISIS 'Beatles' beheading gang
Kurdish forces capture final two members of ISIS 'Beatles' beheading gang

Unnamed US Officials told the NYT that Kotey and Elsheikh were captured by the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces which were fighting the last remaining pockets of IS fighters near the river Euphrates on the Iraq/Syria border. The group's fourth member, Aine Davis, was convicted on terror charges previous year in Turkey. The four Londoners were...

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  • Glenn Maxwell century seals Australia T20 tri-series win over England
Glenn Maxwell century seals Australia T20 tri-series win over England

Maxwell had already claimed 3-10 with the ball before arriving at the crease with Australia 4-2 in the first over of their reply and hitting a stunning unbeaten 103 as the hosts galloped home with nine balls to spare. The 10 balls before the chance saw Maxwell accelerate from 11 to 40, with three sixes and two fours. Kane Richardson (1-27) be...

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  • Bangladesh bolster batting for second Test
Bangladesh bolster batting for second Test

Sri Lanka will open the May 30 to June 27 tour with a two-day tour match in Trinidad before clashing with the Windies in the opening Test at Queen's Park Oval starting June 6. Sunzamul claimed just one wicket in the just-concluded Test, giving away 153 runs in his 45 overs in Sri Lanka's only innings. Sri Lanka have never won a Test series i...

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  • Child rescued from inside toy claw machine, Titusville officials say
Child rescued from inside toy claw machine, Titusville officials say

He somehow managed to climb inside a tiny hole to get into the machine, in Titusville, Florida - but then discovered he was unable to get back out. The unexpected ways we get to help people in their time of need. Pretty sure it won't be the same as their last. "Kid might have a prosperous future as a contortionist or an escape artist", said one. ...

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  • Winter Storm Watch issued for Lapeer County
Winter Storm Watch issued for Lapeer County

Snow totals were expected to be much lower south of Interstate 80. The WLFI viewing area is not included in the Winter Storm Watch or Warning. By Thursday evening, snowfall will stretch from Sioux Falls, South Dakota, to just west of Chicago.

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  • White House defends handling of Rob Porter allegations, amid criticism
White House defends handling of Rob Porter allegations, amid criticism

He said that he had taken the pictures that Holderness provided to The Intercept and that "the reality behind them is nowhere close to what is being described". Kelly said: "I am proud to serve alongside him". He could not even get a full security clearance. Kelly said he was "appalled" that Wilson - a family friend of Johnson's - criticize...

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  • Trump asks Pentagon to plan military parade
Trump asks Pentagon to plan military parade

United States military members have, however, commonly participated in parades on July 4 and other holidays as a mark of appreciation of those veterans who have been killed or injured during conflicts. VoteVets, a veterans advocacy group, tweeted a statement from retired Major General Paul Eaton, who said the parade was " just another worriso...

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  • Winter Olympics Are Heating Up — TheDC Newsroom
Winter Olympics Are Heating Up — TheDC Newsroom

Other uniforms include a smart red blazer with gold epaulettes. Pence also has promised the USA will soon unveil "the toughest and most aggressive round of economic sanctions on North Korea ever". Both Kim Yong-Nam, the North's ceremonial head of state, who is leading its delegation, and Mr Pence are due to attend the opening ceremony in Pyeongch...

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  • Former Bangladesh PM Khaleda Zia jailed for corruption
Former Bangladesh PM Khaleda Zia jailed for corruption

Her son Rahman, who lives in exile in London, was convicted in a case of money laundering in 2016. Khaleda's son, Tarique Rahman, and four others - a lawmaker, Zia's secretary, her nephew and a businessman - were jailed for 10 years each at the end of a case that lasted almost 10 years.

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  • United States military strikes kill 100 pro-regime forces in Syria
United States military strikes kill 100 pro-regime forces in Syria

The U.S. -led coalition struck positions of pro-Syrian government forces in the eastern Syrian province of Deir al-Zour to defend its partners, the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) said Wednesday. It's not the first time US -led forces in the country primarily to hunt ISIS have targeted pro-Assad forces in self-defense. No American tr...

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  • Trump calls Dems 'un-American' for not applauding his speech
Trump calls Dems 'un-American' for not applauding his speech

And on Monday, he took to Twitter to respond to Trump's " treasonous " claims, saying not clapping for something a person disagrees with is an example of freedom of speech . As for Pelosi, who represents San Francisco, Trump said: "She's a rich woman who lives in a big attractive house". Pelosi represents San Francisco in Congress.

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  • 80 missing in Taiwan quake, compelling action in Durham
80 missing in Taiwan quake, compelling action in Durham

Rescuers focused on the Yunmen Tsuiti residential building that was tilted at a almost 45-degree angle, erecting long steel beams to prevent it from collapsing. Immediately after the natural disaster hit, Tsai said she instructed the Ministry of National Defense and other agencies to deploy the resources necessary for the rescue mission.

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  • Following Fox News' Lead, President Tweets About 'BOMBSHELL' FBI Texts
Following Fox News' Lead, President Tweets About 'BOMBSHELL' FBI Texts

In July 2016, Comey announced that Clinton was "extremely careless" in her handling of classified information on her private server but would face no charges. There was nothing inappropriate about Obama seeking a briefing on the Russian Federation investigation. Conservatives - including the president- quickly pounced on the texts.

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  • Senate leaders reach bipartisan budget deal
Senate leaders reach bipartisan budget deal

In the 2019 fiscal year, defense spending would rise by $85 billion and domestic spending by $68 billion. The Senate is expected to unveil a package that would raise caps on military and domestic spending, increase the debt limit , provide additional funding for disaster relief and fund community health centers.

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