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Trump to meet with U.S. ambassador to Israel over Temple Mount crisis

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She made no mention of At-Tur neighborhood. There was also a large sign on the front of a stage which has been set up which said "the Al-Aqsa Mosque is our honour". More than 300 Palestinians have lost their lives at the hands of Israeli forces in the ongoing tensions since the beginning of October 2015. Reporters Without Borders also condemned Israeli forces' obstruction of media coverage during the Al-Aqsa crisis, which had already been widely denounced by the Palestinian Journalists ... Read More »

Heat deny reported offer of Dragic, Winslow to Cavs for Irving

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As an OH sports fan, I don't think that I could handle these two feuding on top of everything that has been happening with the Cleveland Cavaliers . If the Cavaliers trade Irving, they will be getting an incredible package back for him, and that could be cause for concern. Read More »

Police search for armed man and identify murder victim

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Mendota Heights police have identified a woman who was found dead in an office building in the area where authorities were searching for an armed suspect on Saturday. Officials have not released the identity of the woman. "We're slowly trying to get residents out and we're searching the facility", McCarthy said. Read More »

Body found on Ortley Beach may be missing swimmer, says mayor

People were walking along Ortley Beach about midnight when they spotted a body, said Mayor Stephen Reid. "With the way the water and the wind were going, the location sounds about right", said Reid. Oravcova, an employee on the Point Pleasant Beach boardwalk, went swimming with Thomas Kadlec, 23, also of Slovakia, in Point Pleasant Beach around 2 a.m. Read More »

Low pressure west of Tampa has become Tropical Depression Six

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Rick Scott was headed to the state's Emergency Operations Center for a briefing on Tropical Storm Emily . "Emily is going to continue to move across Central Florida both today and early tomorrow", Shields said. The National Hurricane Center says Tropical Storm Emily has made landfall on the Gulf Coast. However, overnight the system developed a well-defined center and storm-force winds to the northeast of it. Read More »

Russian Federation vows further retaliation if USA moves forward with sanctions

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Russia's Foreign Ministry said it was ordering the USA embassy in Moscow to reduce the number of its diplomats by September 1. According to a Reuters report citing an unnamed embassy official, there are now 1,100 Americans and Russians on staff at the usa embassy, while Russian state-run RIA Novosti news agency suggested there are 600-700 staff members. Read More »

UK High Court: Blair can not be prosecuted for 'crime of aggression'

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But in a brief hearing, the lord chief justice, Lord Thomas, said that "there is no crime of aggression under United Kingdom domestic law and there is no prospect of the supreme court reversing that decision". The UK's Attorney General had earlier intervened in the case, urging the High Court to block the challenge on the grounds that it was "hopeless". The judges said the Jones case involved persons charged with various offences following incidents of direct action at a military base ... Read More »

Kelly would do spectacular job as Chief of Staff, says Trump

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John Kelly , telling reporters he has no doubt Kelly will do a "spectacular job" in his new role. The country is doing very well. Conway also avoided the question on Friday, saying on Fox News , "That's just a pecking order question I think is beside the point and here's why, we all serve the president and this country". Read More »

Putin reacts to sanctions and expels 755 USA diplomats from Moscow

It also said it would seize two diplomatic properties after the US House of Representatives and the Senate overwhelmingly approved the new sanctions. In an interview with the Rossiya 1 TV channel, Putin said: "We've been waiting for quite a long time that maybe something would change for the better, we had hopes that the situation would change". Read More »

One inmate still at large after 12-man jailbreak in Alabama

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While Walker County Police haven't released information on how the 12 inmates were able to pull off their escape, there have always been concerns over the jail's security. The others have been accused of crimes ranging from burglary to drug possession. According to its website, Walker County Jail was opened in 1998 and houses 250 inmates. Read More »

Police arrests 2 after Teenager is Raped Twice in one Day

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During the five-minute hearing, Birmingham Magistrates' Court was told that Rahi is alleged to have raped the girl, who can not be identified, at Birmingham's Witton station last Tuesday. "The second assault happened at approximately 2 a.m. close to Witton station", Fitzpatrick said in a statement. Detectives are searching for a suspect, described as a thick-set Asian man of about 5ft 6in and with large biceps, in connection with the second attack. Read More »

Xi Jinping Wants To Make The Strongest Chinese Army Ever

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China staged an unprecedented "combat style" military parade at its biggest training base in Inner Mongolia on Sunday to mark the 90th anniversary of the People's Liberation Army. He stood inside an open-top field jeep that drove past lines of troops for his inspection. Military spokesman Gen Asif Ghafoor, on behalf of Pakistan Army Chief extended best wishes to China's People Liberation Army. Read More »

Russia's Vladimir Putin kicks 755 United States diplomatic staff out as tensions rise

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The White House last night issued a statement saying Mr Trump would sign the bill after reviewing the final version. The US Senate voted nearly unanimously on Thursday to slap new sanctions on Russian Federation, forcing Trump to choose between a tough position on Moscow - effectively dashing his stated hopes for warmer ties - or veto the bill amid investigations into possible collusion between his campaign and Russian Federation. Read More »

Rulings on juvenile life sentences affect 3 in South Dakota

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The Arkansas Parole Board is halting action under the state's new law that eliminates mandatory life-without-parole sentences for juveniles after a judge ruled it is unconstitutional. The Juvenile Court backed a bill this past legislative session that would have allowed young offenders to be eligible for parole after 20 years for crimes that resulted in someone's death. Read More »

TV actor's wife kills self in Kandivali

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Manoj was out for work and their eight-old-daughter had gone for tuition. Report of the incident was filed by police on Sunday and the investigation is on. Manoj in his statement has told the police that his wife was under depression. Manoj Goyal is a renowned comedy actor and has starred in several SAB TV shows like Golmal Hai Bhai Sab Golmal Hai and Tu Mere Agal Bagal Hai . Read More »

Will and Kate attend Passchendaele commemorations

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The tune has been played at the Menin Gate nearly every evening since 1928. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Theresa May will also be among those who will attend a ceremony at Tyne Cot cemetery near Ypres in Belgium - where nearly 12,000 of those killed in the conflict were buried. Read More »

US President Donald Trump blasts US Senate rules after healthcare bill setback

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McConnell in April said that he is committed to making no changes in the rules to end the filibuster , reports RollCall , and on Saturday, a spokesman for the Kentucky Republican said he has not changed his views. Friday she supported the skinny repeal bill. "The way you start something that's bipartisan is by starting with the American people", he said. With McCain back in Washington, McConnell can now afford to lose just two of his members. Read More »

Temperatures to remain around normal today

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Previous year on July 28, the high was 78 and the low was 60. Lows in the low 70s. Tuesday night will be partly cloudy with a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms. Highs will be in the upper 80s with a 40 percent chance of rain. The clouds will be back on Saturday but after that forecasters predict three days of clear skies and temperatures in the high 70s and 80s. Read More »

Govt extends income tax returns filing deadline to August 5

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Users who have tried to get online and finish the process at the eleventh hour have complained of the website not responding. The department has also issued advertisements from last few days regarding this that the taxpayers should disclose their income "correctly" and file their ITRs on or before 31 July 2017. Read More »

ICBM launched yesterday could strike Boston and New York City

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China's foreign ministry said in a statement Saturday that the launch "defied" U.N. Security Council resolutions and "the common wish of the global community". North Korea on Saturday confirmed the launch of the missile, saying it was a stern warning for the US. That indicates progress toward North Korea's goal of developing a missile capable of hitting USA cities. Read More »

Kabul attack: Gunfire after explosions hit Afghan capital

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More security forces have arrived in Shar-e-Naw area. There was no immediate information about casualties. A gun battle is said to be under way and civilians are being evacuated from the area. No one has taken responsibility for the attack, though both the Taliban and an Isis affiliated group have previously carried out such attacks in Kabul . Read More »

Justin Trudeau to visit Williams Lake

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The Canadian Red Cross is hosting the event in Revelstoke, about 215 kilometres east of Kamloops, at 3 p.m. PT. He will be joined by Minister of National Defence Harjit Sajjan, Minister of Sports and Persons with Disabilities and Chair of the Ad Hoc Cabinet Committee on Federal Recovery Efforts for 2017 BC Wildfires Carla Qualtrough, Minister of Justice, Jody Wilson-Raybould B.C. Read More »

Darjeeling unrest: 2 policemen, one protester injured in clashes in Sukna

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According to Darjeeling district administration sources, pro-Gorkhaland supporters armed with knives, swords and traditional Khukri, forcibly tried to enter Siliguri with the demand that Siliguri be included in the proposed Gorkhaland. Sunday's clash comes a day after pro-Gorkhaland activists had engaged with the police at Sukna in the foothills of Darjeeling that left six police personnel and several activists injured. Read More »

North Korea launches ICBM: Pentagon

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Security Council (UNSC) sanctions have been insufficient. A pair of United States supersonic bombers have flown over the Korean Peninsula, less than 48-hours after North Korea's successfully tested an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM). Read More »

White House: Trump to sign Russian Federation sanctions bill

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House of Representatives which on Tuesday chose to impose new sanctions on Moscow and to force President Donald Trump to obtain lawmakers' permission before easing any sanctions on Russian Federation. "Therefore, we suggest our American counterparts bringing the number of diplomatic and technical staff at the US Embassy in Moscow, the consulates general in St Petersburg, Yekaterinburg and Vladivostok, into strict correspondence with the number of Russian diplomats and technical staff now ... Read More »

Trump Encourages Police to Be More Aggressive With Arrestees

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Arlington Police Chief Will Johnson did not go as far as some law enforcement officials, who are distancing themselves and their departments from President Donald Trump's comments Friday on police use of force, did. " As a department, we do not and will not tolerate roughing up of prisoners ", the statement said. The Police Foundation said though it appreciates Trump's support for law enforcement, it can not support any commentary that undermines the trust which communities have ... Read More »

Small plane crashes after takeoff in CT

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Three people have been injured after a plane crashed at Connecticut's Danbury Airport on Sunday, according to officials. Authorities say there was a small fuel spill emergency personnel were still cleaning up around 7:45 p.m. The Cessna 172S departed from runway 26 at Danbury Municipal Airport at 10:25 a.m. and crashed on a hill behind the Danbury Dog Park, the Federal Aviation Administration said. Read More »

Donald Trump Encourages Police To "Not Be So Nice" When Arresting Suspects

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I said , 'You can take the hand away , okay'". But the applause of some of its officers at Trump's comments drew fire from Twitter users. "He needs to change his concept of how people should be treated", Charles Wilson, Chairman of the National Association of Black Law Enforcement Officers, told Eyewitness News on Sunday. Read More »

Health Care Falls After ACA Repeal Fails - Health Care Roundup

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President Donald Trump on Saturday threatened once more to end required payments to insurance companies unless lawmakers repeal and replace the Obama-era health care law. "I'd rather get out of the way and let it collapse than have a half-ass approach where it is now our problem", Graham said. McConnell designed it as a legislative vehicle the Senate could approve and begin talks with the House on a compromise, final bill. Read More »