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1 killed at West Bank rally for Palestinian hunger strikers

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The ministry said that medical crews transported him to the Salfit governmental hospital after he sustained the injuries where his condition was reported critical. The Red Cross visited the strike's leader, Marwan Barghouti, yesterday for the first time since the protest began. "A large number of prisoners can no longer move from their bed or take care of their basic needs". Read More »

Netanyahu Tosses Hamas Policy Paper on Israel Into trash can

He was named a prime minister following the group's electoral win, but was later sacked by President Mahmoud Abbas after Hamas seized control of Gaza after bloody infighting with rival group Fatah. Haniyeh succeeds Hamas' longtime exiled leader Khaled Meshaal, and the move comes shortly after Gaza's rulers unveiled a new, seemingly more pragmatic political program aimed at ending the group's worldwide isolation. Read More »

No discussion between PM, COAS on Jindal's Pakistan visit: Info Minister

Pakistan's government informed military authorities that Mr Sharif's hour-long meeting with Mr Jindal was a part of back-channel diplomacy. With the most talked about "Sharif-Jindal meeting" giving rise to speculations by saying that it was a move to revive the stalled dialogue process between the two countries, Pakistan in revert are now seeking a possibility in arranging a meeting between Sharif and PM Narendra Modi at Astana's Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) Summit on June 8-9 in ... Read More »

Lawyer: Trump had no income from Russians

In this regard, she was not admitted to the American media, and thus the White house did not publish photos with her. Thursday evening, Trump tweeted out a photo of his meeting, and it neither showed nor mentioned Kislyak. "Deadly serious (question): Was it a good idea to let a Russian gov photographer & all their equipment into the Oval Office?" asked Colin Kahl, a former Obama White House staffer and National Security adviser to former Vice-President Joe Biden. Read More »

Pakistan, China sign CPEC agreements, MoUs

The minister also informed that many other MoUs are being signed in the sidelines of the Belt and Road Forum on various sectors including Defense. We have reasons to believe the B&R Forum will open up a new vista for worldwide cooperation, enhance construction of the B&R onto a new stage, and inject new energy in structuring a more impartial, rational and balanced global governance system. Read More »

Indira Gandhi most acceptable prime minister till today: Prez

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Her short period in political wilderness revealed her true strength. She never lost courage. "She was a friend and mentor to me, careful not to impose her will - except in little things like making me drink milk and eat spinach, which I detested, while I was expecting my first child", Sonia Gandhi said. Read More »

At Liberty University, Trump urges graduates to ignore 'pathetic' critics

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In that speech , Trump promised: "We're going to protect Christianity, and I can say that". Liberty University President Jerry Falwell, Jr., was one of the first leading white evangelical figures to endorse Trump during the Republican primary season, though that decision wasn't universally supported at his university. Read More »

Christy Clark remains BC premier until all votes counted

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The premier's office said Lt. -Gov. Speaking in Toronto Wednesday, Alberta Premier Rachel Notely jokingly thanked the voters of British Columbia for making Tuesday's election "interesting" and precluding her from congratulating a victor at this point. Read More »

Trump urges grads to draw lessons from his outsider status

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He spoke about challenging the Washington order as he struggles with a political crisis that has intensified with his contradictory explanations for his firing FBI Director James Comey. The White House has as of Friday already started conversations with some of the candidates, but the sources caution that the list is fluid and could change. Read More »

Could Sean Spicer be the next to leave Donald Trump's team?

It instead featured extensive questioning about Russian meddling in the 2016 election, the FBI investigation into possible coordination between Trump's campaign and Moscow, and Comey's dismissal. By Thursday , in his interview with NBC's Lester Holt , Mr. Trump was acknowledging that he chose to fire Mr. Comey before soliciting and receiving any recommendations and that the Clinton emails were not his motivation. Read More »

Georginio Wijnaldum insists Liverpool will learn from mistakes for next season

A top-four finish for Jürgen Klopp's seemed certain in the early stages of the campaign, but a bad run at the beginning of 2017 has proved to cost them as they hang on to Champions League football by their fingertips. "We have found a good system and we've been excellent in the last four games, so I'm pleased, because as a defender it's good to keep clean sheets". Read More »

Hamilton back on pole in Spain

The three-time champion Briton resisted a powerful late challenge in the final seconds of Q3 from championship-leading four-time champion Sebastian Vettel of Ferrari. He could at least thank his lucky stars, or years of experience, to get that far after being told to stop the vehicle soon after qualifying had started. Read More »

US Senate urged to hold hearing on Trump's firing of Comey

The other two times Trump said he asked Comey whether he was under investigation were in telephone conversations. Reportedly Trump is not happy with his communications staff. Maybe, Trump said, he will just cancel briefings with the media altogether. "In fact when I made a decision to just do it, I said to myself, I said, 'You know, this Russian Federation thing with Trump and Russian Federation is a made-up story, it's an excuse by the Democrats for having lost an election that they ... Read More »

ITunes is coming to the Windows App Store

The move to bring iTunes on Windows Store can prove significant for both firms given the past reluctance to make their respective services, like Microsoft Office, compatible with each other. But the goal is creating an experience that transcends borders - for the Windows Story Remix App is also available on Apple and Android devices. Microsoft demonstrated this with its new Story Remix app running on a PC and then an iPhone and back to a PC. Read More »

Leeds Bradford Airport was closed after a suspicious package was reported

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The evacuation has caused delays for passengers waiting to travel. West Yorkshire Police tweeted: 'At 8.09pm Saturday, May 13, police were called to a report of a suspicious package at Leeds Bradford Airport. West Yorkshire Police's Explosive Ordnance Disposal team was sent to the airport following the discovery on Saturday night. Shortly after 12.30am on Sunday airport officials said they had re-opened the terminal and operations had re-started. Read More »

Emmanuel Macron deviendra le 26e président

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Le premier est attendu à 10h à l'Elysée par son prédécesseur. Le nouveau chef de l'Etat gagnera dans la foulée un salon de l'Elysée où il sera élevé à la dignité de Grand Croix de la Légion d'honneur puis il rejoindra la Salle des fêtes du Palais présidentiel où Laurent Fabius, président du Conseil constitutionnel , proclamera le résultat officiel de l'élection. Read More »

S.Korea's Moon says dialogue only possible when N.Korea changes attitude

Security Council resolutions. The US Pacific Command said it detected the launch and tracked the missile early on Sunday, but added that it "did not pose a threat to North America". President Donald Trump has also said he'd be "honored" to talk with leader Kim Jong Un under favorable conditions. According to South Korea's Yonhap news agency the North's mission in a press statement also accused the United States of trying to intimidate countries into fully implementing U.N. Read More »

Un homme meurt enseveli sur un site militaire — Eure

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D'après le quotidien régional, l'homme aurait trouvé la mort enseveli sous une carrière, alors qu'il y effectuait des travaux. Un nombre important de pompiers a été déployé, tandis que la compagnie de gendarmerie des Andelys a été chargée de l'enquête. Read More »

La Corée du Nord a procédé à un nouveau tir de missile !

La Corée du Sud et les Etats-Unis sont en train d'analyser les caractéristiques du tir, précise-t-on en outre. Le président Moon Jae-in lors d'une réunion d'urgence du Conseil de sécurité nationale (NSC) convoquée ce matin après le tir d'essai d'un missile balistique. Read More »

Global 'WannaCry' ransomware cyberattack seeks cash for data

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In the United States, package delivery group FedEx acknowledged it had been hit by the malware and said it was "implementing remediation steps as quickly as possible". He said the same thing could be done to crucial infrastructure, like nuclear power plants, dams or railway systems. On Saturday, a cyber security researcher told AFP he had accidentally discovered a "kill switch" that could prevent the spread of the ransomware. Read More »

Syria military says it seized Damascus suburb

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The activist-run Raqqa Being Slaughtered Silently group said the public markets in Raqqa have been closed, suspecting it is because of how close the clashes have come to the city. Hundreds of rebels and their families had been evacuated this week from the adjacent Barza district after rebels there chose to lay down their arms and leave to rebel-held Idlib province. Read More »

China's Xi says Silk Road plan boosts finance, security ties

India on Sunday skipped the opening ceremony of China's Belt and Road Forum following sovereignty concerns over the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). "This has generated a lot of concern", the source said. An global gathering on the Belt and Road Initiative is scheduled to take place in Beijing on Sunday and Monday to delve into possible solutions to the challenges facing the world. Read More »