• Palestinian president apologises over alleged anti-Semitic remarks
Palestinian president apologises over alleged anti-Semitic remarks

In a statement, Abbas conditioned his apology to those people who "were offended" by his remarks and said he has "full respect for the Jewish faith". Erekat said in a press statement that he was surprised by the "coordinated Israeli attack all over the world in an attempt to accuse President Abbas of anti-Semitism, while it rejects negotiations a...

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  • Chinese Military Targeting US Flight Crews Over Djibouti With Lasers
Chinese Military Targeting US Flight Crews Over Djibouti With Lasers

The lasers have caused two minor eye injuries and prompted USA officials to issue a formal diplomatic protest with Beijing. "It's a serious matter, and so we're taking it very seriously". "This activity poses a true threat to our airmen", Chief Pentagon Spokesperson Dana White told reporters Thursday. The Federal Aviation Administration has...

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  • Chris Froome crashes before start of first stage
Chris Froome crashes before start of first stage

The reigning Tour de France and Vuelta a Espana champion, is under the spotlight in Jerusalem as he starts the Giro d'Italia with a UCI investigation hanging over him after a test showed excessive levels of asthma drug Salbutamol in his system at last year's Vuelta.

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  • Joint Korean women's table tennis team takes bronze at worlds
Joint Korean women's table tennis team takes bronze at worlds

The last team a united Korea participated in the World Team Table Tennis Championships was in 1991 in Chiba, Japan, when they won two Bronze in Men's singles and Mixed doubles and a Silver in Women's singles. But the joint team will now play the victor of a match between Japan and Ukraine in the semifinals. At the Winter Olympics in February, t...

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  • Trump nominates Belichick to Sports and Fitness Council
Trump nominates Belichick to Sports and Fitness Council

The council will reportedly include a number of well-known figures, including TV personality Dr. Mehmet Oz , former National Football League star Herschel Walker, former baseball star Mariano Rivera, golfer Natalie Gulbis and Olympic volleyball player Misty May-Treanor.

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  • 4 people found dead in Grand Forks, North Dakota, home
4 people found dead in Grand Forks, North Dakota, home

Volk set up a GoFundMe page about eight days ago, citing that herself along with her children suffered from mental illness. Grand Forks County court documents show a collection agency won three civil judgments totaling about $3,750 against an Astra F.

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  • Cambridge Analytica to file for bankruptcy
Cambridge Analytica to file for bankruptcy

Emerdata Limited, set up in August 2017, moved offices this February to the same Canary Wharf address as Cambridge Analytica's parent organisation SCL Elections. Facebook's current model can afford to be free because it collects user data , which advertisers can use to target products to specific groups of potential customers.

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  • Suisun comic store to host Free Comic Book Day
Suisun comic store to host Free Comic Book Day

Free Comic Book Day AMAZING SPIDER-MAN, by Nick Spencer, Ryan Ottley, Cliff Rathburn, and Laura Martin, kicks off another new creative team's run with an iconic Marvel super hero-Peter Parker! The day introduces potential new and old readers to a variety of books, publishers, artists, writers, genres and new stores.

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  • It Seems Mueller Just Doubled His Witness List For Manafort's Trial
It Seems Mueller Just Doubled His Witness List For Manafort's Trial

Mueller has no business prosecuting someone for matters completely unrelated to alleged Russian collusion. Mueller's team says its authorities are laid out in documents including the August 2017 scope memo - and that some powers are actually secret because they involve ongoing investigations and national security matters that can not be publicly ...

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  • Arrest made in serial 'mystery pooper' case in New Jersey
Arrest made in serial 'mystery pooper' case in New Jersey

Authorities began hunting for the "mystery pooper" after Holmdel High School staff and coaches for football and track reported finding human feces on or near the field almost every day. The district said unpaid leave would only occur, "in the face of indictments or tenure charges". Many on social media jumped to Tramaglini's defense.

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  • Rod Rosenstein has botched the Mueller probe
Rod Rosenstein has botched the Mueller probe

I would say if I were the president's lawyer to Mr. Mueller, "We want you to present us with an explanation of your defiance of the Department of Justice policy, which you are required to follow as an employee of the Department of Justice".

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  • High Wind Warning in effect
High Wind Warning in effect

Lawn furniture, garbage cans and other loose objects outside need to be brought indoor or secured today . They say the conditions are favorable for the development of a severe thunderstorm that may be capable of producing strong wind gusts, large hail and heavy rain Friday afternoon.

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  • Cauvery row: Where is the water to release, will consult the Lawyers
Cauvery row: Where is the water to release, will consult the Lawyers

However, since Prime Minister Narendra Modi is in Karnataka for the upcoming Assembly elections , the draft has not been approved yet, ANI reported. "The Government of India should protect the interests of all states", said TN Fisheries Minister D Jayakumar. Cuddalore: Noted filmmaker Bharathiraja has accused the BJP government in the Ce...

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  • Cutting ties with Iran : Kuwait finally reacts to the Moroccan decision
Cutting ties with Iran : Kuwait finally reacts to the Moroccan decision

And the Polisario Front, which Rubin describes as "prostitutes of global terrorism", is being used to realize Tehran's ideological and geostrategic aspirations. Michael Rubin concludes by saying that the U.S. and the global community should not stand by and allow Iran to get away with destabilizing the region: Iran and the Polisario threats should ...

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  • Simpsons Creator Matt Groening Brushes Off Apu Criticism
Simpsons Creator Matt Groening Brushes Off Apu Criticism

Shankar also stated that applicants should consider whether or not they're the right person to write intelligently on the subject of Indian culture, as those who can't likely won't be considered. I think the most important thing is to listen to Indian people and their experience with it. "Because I feel like that's the bigger problem". Lisa Simps...

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  • Trump Place Does Not Have to Be a Forever Name, Judge Says
Trump Place Does Not Have to Be a Forever Name, Judge Says

A Manhattan Superior Court judge ruled in favor of Trump Place condominium board's request that they may remove the sign "Trump Place" from the building facade, U.S. According to a copy of the residents' complaint obtained by HuffPost, the legal battle over the giant brass-finished lettering on the building's exterior ignited shortly after Trump'...

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  • Senate candidates exchange fire in Fox News debate
Senate candidates exchange fire in Fox News debate

Blankenship calls himself a West Virginian but had his supervised release transferred last August to federal officials in Nevada, where he has a six-bedroom home with his fiancee 20 miles from Las Vegas, in Henderson. The narcotic-themed nickname enters the dialogue on the eve of a nationally televised debate at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday on Fox News Channe...

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  • Days After Praising Gowda, Modi Attacks JD-S
Days After Praising Gowda, Modi Attacks JD-S

He slammed Siddharamaiah government and appealed to people to vote for BJP. While BJP sources attribute the decision to an assessment that Modi's first round of rallies has sparked a noticeable draw on sentiment, the Congress has flung another taunt at what it sees as an opposition desperately dependent on the Modi factor.

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  • Afghan Attacks on Media Show Jihadists Are Weak: Mattis
Afghan Attacks on Media Show Jihadists Are Weak: Mattis

The Islamic State group (IS) said it had carried out the attack. The second Kabul bomber disguised himself as a journalist and detonated himself among the crowd, police said, in what Reporters Without Borders said was the most lethal single attack on the media since the fall of the Taleban.

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  • Events in mid-Michigan for National Day of Prayer on Thursday
Events in mid-Michigan for National Day of Prayer on Thursday

The National Day of Prayer tradition predates the founding of the United States of America with the Continental Congress' proclamation in 1775, which set aside a day of prayer. Attendees seemed invested in the message as they held hands, prayed, and sang along with contemporary Christian songs. "It takes a willingness for the area pastors to co...

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