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Palestinians call for protests as Pence visits Jerusalem

Tens of thousands of people in Indonesia protested on Sunday against USA president Donald Trump's decision to recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, the latest show of support for the Palestinians in the country with the world's largest Muslim population. Lire la suite »

Libyan Mayor abducted, killed: security source

The city hospital said it had received the mayor's body bearing gunshot wounds. He was with his brother when his vehicle was attacked while stopped at a traffic light on the road from the airport. Its powerful militias played a major role in expelling the Islamic State group from the coastal city of Sirte previous year. Meanwhile, the killers behind the assassination have yet to be identified in a country where two rival governments claim authority and various militias fight each other as ... Lire la suite »

Loss of CHIP funding could affect thousands of Long Beach area children


But the state would have to pay to keep coverage for the remaining 79,000 children. It's hard to tell exactly how numerous Children's Clinic's patients receive CHIP because in California, those children's benefits are administered through Medi-Cal, so it's not exactly clear how they are receiving coverage when they visit a doctor, Nicholas said. Lire la suite »

Republicans confident tax bill to become law this week


Democratic House members have been united in their opposition to the proposal, which GOP leaders hope to approve before Christmas . And despite some last minute arm-twisting and deal-making, the bill appears to have the votes in both the House and Senate to win approval. Lire la suite »

Prince Harry, Meghan Markle to marry on Shavuot eve


The date breaks with tradition as royal weddings usually take place on a weekday - the Queen Wednesday on a Thursday and the Duke of Cambridge on a Friday. Harry's father, Prince Charles, did marry Camilla on a Saturday, but their nuptials were originally planned for a Friday then delayed for one day to allow Charles to represent the Queen at the funeral of Pope John Paul II that day . Lire la suite »

Di Rupo: "Que M. Labille s'occupe de Solidaris"


Aujourd'hui, Jean-Pascal Labille, secrétaire général des Mutualités socialistes, et puis Thierry Bodson, secrétaire général de l'Interrégionale wallonne de la FGTB, ont clairement avoué vouloir prendre leurs distances avec le président historique du PS. Lire la suite »

Organisers to meet minister today — Sunny event


He noted that he is ready to share screen space with her even as villain in a movie. The protestors claimed that Sunny's performance might impose threats to Kannada culture, following which Home minister R Ramalinga Reddy confirmed, "No permission has been granted for Time Creation's December 31st (New Year's eve) event in which Sunny Leone was to take part". Lire la suite »

LHC declares appointment of Absar Alam as Pemra chairman illegal

In the last hearing of the case, when the court had reserved its verdict, Pemra's counsel, Ali Shah Gilani, had sought more time to furnish records relating to the appointment. According to sources, Absar Alam has been a handpicked choice for the designation some two years ago and even the advertisement had been tailor-made to ensure Alam's eligibility for the position. Lire la suite »

Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 Plus heading to the Switch in February


When one player gets captured by a ghost, the other will be able to rescue him. Champion Edition 2 Plus on Switch keeps pace with the "stronger" console counterparts effortlessly, perhaps unsurprising given the technical demands but still nice to see - and the creative and colourful art style remains a treat. Lire la suite »

ISIS Will Be Defeated in Syria by February: Macron

The president said any role of the United Nations in Syrian elections must be based on the United Nations charters and respect the Syrian sovereignty. Assad has previously vowed to take back all of Syria. "The Iranians, Hezbollah, the Alawite forces in Syria", Gen. Michael Hayden, former head of the CIA and NSA (National Security Agency) told Kurdistan 24, "supported by the Russian Air Force, have actually been, in a race auto sense of the word, drafting on the American success in Raqqa and ... Lire la suite »

NAB mulls over filing review petition against Hudaibiya verdict


Sources told Geo News on Monday that the NAB's legal team is reviewing the SC order after which the appeal would be filed. A three-member bench of the apex court, comprising Justice Qazi Faez Isa, Justice Masheer Alam and Justice Mazhar Alam Miankh, unanimously rejected the petition of the NAB. Lire la suite »

Chile's Guillier concedes presidency to Pinera


Guillier recognized a "harsh defeat" but urged Pinera to continue with outgoing center-left President Michelle Bachelet's reforms. Pinera, 68, won more votes than any president since Chile's return to democracy in 1990, with a nine-percentage point win over center-left senator Alejandro Guillier in the runoff vote. Lire la suite »

RTE sports producer admits child sex charges in Leeds


It is reported that Creaven's lawyer told the high court that his client is pleading guilty to the charges. The confrontation was streamed live on Facebook on Saturday and showed Kieran Creaven, identifying himself with a fake name, rejecting the accusation that he arranged to have sex with a child. Lire la suite »

London gets first-ever female bishop


She was appointed her as the Bishop of Crediton two and a half years ago becoming one of the first women to be appointed to the senior role. It marks another sign of progress for women in the Church after Libby Lane made history when she was consecrated as the first woman bishop in 2015. Lire la suite »

Jerusalem: UN move to annul US decision By

The draft resolution states that "any decisions and actions which purport to have altered the character, status or demographic composition of the Holy City of Jerusalem have no legal effect, are null and void and must be rescinded in compliance with relevant resolutions of the Security Council". Lire la suite »

Dell XPS 13 laptop with InfinityEdge touch display launched in India


Dell's borderless InfinityEdge display claims to maximize screen space by squeezing a 13.3-inch display in an 11-inch form. Dell XPS 13 is 5.2 mm thin with the weights of 1.22kg and 9-15 mm thickness. The XPS 13 is powered by Intel's latest 8th generation of processors which deliver up to 77 percent improved performance over their predecessors. There is a mode called "Dynamic Power Mode", which is specially designed by Dell to deliver extra processing power, while intelligently monitoring ... Lire la suite »

Fog warning for West Sussex


The warning had been initially in place until midnight tonight but has now been removed. Met Éireann said: "The further outlook for next weekend is for it to remain mild out to Christmas Eve, when temperatures are now looking like they will fall to give a cold and frosty Christmas Day". Lire la suite »

Brazil great Kaka retiring from soccer at age 35


AC Milan hero Kaka has announced his playing retirement. "I would like to join a club as a sports director, someone who stands between the field and the organisation". After playing AC Milan Kaka nearly joined to Manchester United. I always prepared myself really well as a player now I want to do the same thing for any new roles I take on. Lire la suite »

10 killed in stampede at Mohiuddin's qulkhwani


Police had staged baton charges to clear the crowd who packed community centres for the feast commemorating a former city mayor. ABM Mohiuddin Chowdhury, a leader of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's ruling Bangladesh Awami League party and also a former mayor of Chittagong (some 242 km southeast of capital Dahka), died on December 15, bringing the curtain down on a glittering political career spanning over five decades. Lire la suite »