• Palestinian Authority freezes contact with Israel
Palestinian Authority freezes contact with Israel

Sputnik quoted media reports stating that campaign for Jerusalem has effectively begun and will not stop until a Palestinian victory and the release of the holy sites from Israeli occupation . The measures led to a wave of anger among Palestinians, who called for the immediate removal of the detectors. Palestinians reject the metal detect...

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  • Jordan Spieth Still Leads the 146th British Open
Jordan Spieth Still Leads the 146th British Open

They combined for 12 birdies, such impressive golf that Kuchar said a couple of times they forgot who had honors on the tee box. After a lengthy deliberation and consultation with officials, the Australian Open champion ended up taking an unplayable lie and hit his next shot from the driving range - and near a Titleist truck.

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  • Arab League says Israel 'playing with fire' at holy site
Arab League says Israel 'playing with fire' at holy site

An Israeli policeman aims his weapon during clashes with Palestinians in the West Bank village of Khobar near Ramallah July 22, 2017 . The police said later in the day that discretion could be applied in the use of the metal detectors instead of forcing everyone to go through them.

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  • Lodgepole Complex Fire has grown to 200000 acres
Lodgepole Complex Fire has grown to 200000 acres

There have not been any reported injuries. According to Inciweb , the Bridge Coulee fire was estimated at 2,500 acres on Thursday afternoon. Firefighters continue to use a variety of tactics to halt the spread of the fire in order to protect the public and reduce the threat to residences, livestock, and grazing lands.

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  • Israel steps up security at Jerusalem shrine
Israel steps up security at Jerusalem shrine

The move comes after some Palestinians reportedly called for a "day of rage" after metal detectors were installed at the site. Sacred to Muslims, Jews, and Christians, Jerusalem city is home to the Al-Aqsa Mosque and Dome of the Rock, which for Muslims represents the world's third-holiest site after the holy cities of Mecca and Medina in Saudi ...

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  • Meghan McCain shares photo of her with father, John McCain, on hike
Meghan McCain shares photo of her with father, John McCain, on hike

Kelli Ward, who ran against him in last year's GOP primary, to give him advise on stepping down. "The medical reality of [McCain's] diagnosis is grim", she said in one statement , posted on her website, arguing "Arizona deserves to be represented by someone who can focus" on Senate work.

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  • Spieth buries long eagle putt to retake lead at British Open
Spieth buries long eagle putt to retake lead at British Open

After almost 20 minutes of deliberation with rules officials, Spieth played his third shot after a penalty drop near the practice area, landing it just short of a greenside bunker before miraculously escaping with no more than a bogey. Kuchar had a one-shot lead leaving the 13th green. On Sunday, Spieth struggled on the front nine, where he three-p...

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  • ITV plc (ITV) Stock Rating Reaffirmed by Credit Suisse Group
ITV plc (ITV) Stock Rating Reaffirmed by Credit Suisse Group

Several other analysts have also recently commented on RSA. Morgan Stanley upgraded John Wood Group PLC to an overweight rating and set a GBX 1,000 ($13.06) price target for the company in a report on Monday, March 13th. and worldwide copyright & trademark laws. If you are reading this piece of content on another website, it was copied illegally an...

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  • Spieth on a wild ride, tied in Open
Spieth on a wild ride, tied in Open

On Saturday in almost ideal conditions, he hit 11 fairways and missed just four greens in regulation on his way to a 5-under 65 and three-shot advantage over Matt Kuchar . The American was three over par overnight and things got worse on Friday, a 77 leaving him at 10-over in total and packing his bags to go home . "I was within four (of the le...

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  • Clashes renew in East Jerusalem over Al-Aqsa row
Clashes renew in East Jerusalem over Al-Aqsa row

Israel police severely restricted Muslim access to a contested shrine in Jerusalem's Old City on Frida. However, his right-wing government is wary of being seen to yield to Palestinian pressure over the site, which Jews revere as the vestige of their two ancient temples and which was among areas of East Jerusalem that Israel captured in a ...

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  • McCain at home after brain cancer diagnosis
McCain at home after brain cancer diagnosis

Kelli Ward unsuccessfully challenged McCain for his Senate seat in the 2016 Republican primaries and will challenge Arizona's other GOP senator, Jeff Flake , for his spot in 2018. Ward went on to talk about what Arizona law requires in the event that McCain does leave office. We encourage the governor to appoint Dr. Kelli Ward.

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  • Donald Trump says he has 'complete power' to pardon amid Russian Federation probes
Donald Trump says he has 'complete power' to pardon amid Russian Federation probes

Can the president pardon himself? One of Mr Trump's lawyers, Jay Sekulow , said the president has not discussed the issue of pardons with his outside legal team. Trump also has suggested on Twitter that Mueller and members of his legal team have conflicts of interest because of donations to Democratic political candidates - something Sc...

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  • Israeli embassy shooting in Jordan leaves one man dead, another injured
Israeli embassy shooting in Jordan leaves one man dead, another injured

No further details were provided. Israel's Foreign Ministry had no immediate comment. Jordanian officials have called on Israel to remove metal detectors outside the Al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem, whose installation has triggered the bloodiest clashes with the Palestinians in years.

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  • Iraq thanks Iran's support in fighting Daesh
Iraq thanks Iran's support in fighting Daesh

Speaking to reporters afterwards, the two ministers expressed the hope that the deal would lead to deeper, more serious military cooperation between the two sides. He said the Iraqi army had managed to independently thwart any act of aggression against the country and would never make way for new plots and illegal moves, which are aimed at disinteg...

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  • Shooting order to tackle narcotics emergency
Shooting order to tackle narcotics emergency

The man, who was part of a group trying to smuggle one ton of crystal methamphetamine into the country, was killed for resisting arrest, police have said. On July 13, a suspected drug trafficker from Taiwan was shot dead by Indonesian police as he tried to escape. His remarks have drawn comparison to that of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte ...

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  • Nerves! How Jordan Spieth's British Open lead vanished one terrible putt
Nerves! How Jordan Spieth's British Open lead vanished one terrible putt

Needing a par at the last to become the first player to card a sub-63 round in a major, Grace shot over the green with his second shot but two-putted from the fringe to card a history-making four. That alone should concern his fellow competitors, seeing as Spieth - victor of the Masters and U.S. Open in 2015 - doesn't typically move backward (w...

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  • World's oldest manatee dies at 69
World's oldest manatee dies at 69

He was featured on the "Captain Kangaroo" television program in 1982. 1985: A hydrophone placed in Snooty's tank reveals for the first time the high-pitched squeaks as Snooty's vocalization. His life history makes him one of the most renowned stewards for endangered species and the environment. - The world's oldest manatee in captivity has died...

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  • Erdogan in Saudi Arabia to Tackle Qatar Rift
Erdogan in Saudi Arabia to Tackle Qatar Rift

Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Egypt and Bahrain cut ties and transport links with Qatar in early June. Doha, for its part, denies the accusation and describes the blockade as a violation of worldwide law. He says his country is open to dialog , if sovereignty is respected, to resolve the dispute. "Dialogue is necessary, but it should be based on a ...

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  • Damaging winds leave thousands without power
Damaging winds leave thousands without power

The heat index Sunday is not expected to be in triple digits, but in the upper 90s it's still worrisome for those now without air conditioning. In Belleville, 623 households were without power as of 7:30 a.m. In St. Charles County, emergency crews responded to three people trapped after winds rolled the camper they were in. Anders says crews are ...

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  • Trump's warning unlikely to stop Mueller looking into family's finances
Trump's warning unlikely to stop Mueller looking into family's finances

The revelation of the Trump Tower meeting renewed questions about the Trump campaign's possible connections with Russian Federation and put some of Trump's inner circle at the forefront of ongoing federal and congressional probes. "I think in all likelihood he does", Paul said. Only Rosenstein can fire Mueller, and he's said he won't do i...

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