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  • Kushner promises to present peace plan within four months

    Palestinian Arab officials continued to express frustration on Friday over the fact the USA still has not committed to a two-state solution، even after a meeting described as productive between President Donald Trump's senior adviser، Jared Kushner، and the Palestinian Authority in Ramallah on Thursday، as Arutz Sheva said.

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  • United States calls talk with Abbas 'productive'

    If one were to read only the diplo-speak through which the Trump Administration Mideast peace envoys summarized their just-concluded trip to Jerusalem and Ramallah , it would be apparent that there was little of note to report. The current administration has broken from the norm accepted by its predecessors, as they have spoken over and over of the two-state solution and the need for Israeli land concessions.

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  • $1M Powerball ticket sold at Searsport store

    $1M Powerball ticket sold at Searsport store

    Chicopee police told 22News that they are making patrols and extra checks on Mavis Wanczyk's house. She opted for a lump sum of $ 336 million , after taxes. Bolduc's store found out that they sold the winning numbers in the $758.7 million jackpot around 8 a.m. He said among his 30 locations in western MA and northern CT, he's sold four $1 million-winning tickets and one $4 million-lucky ticket.

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  • Myanmar opens fire on Rohingya refugees at Bangladesh border

    Myanmar opens fire on Rohingya refugees at Bangladesh border

    Dozens have been killed in the ongoing clashes between Rohingya militants and Myanmar security forces. It now appears to have spawned a potent insurgency which has grown in size, observers say. The police, in retaliation, killed 77 people, who the security officials identify as Rohingya militants. Police officer Kyaw Win Tun said the insurgents burned down the post and police had been called to gather at a main station.

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  • Syrian army surrounds Islamic State enclave in central Syria

    Syrian army surrounds Islamic State enclave in central Syria

    Islamic State fighters are threatening civilians attempting to flee with snipers and arrest. At least 30 civilians were killed in that campaign, it said . It also questioned the reliability of many reported casualty figures. "The Russians have been nothing but professional, cordial and disciplined", Army Lieutenant General Stephen Townsend, the Iraq-based commander of the US -led coalition, told Reuters.

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  • Apple Has Started to Remove Iranian Apps Over Sanctions

    Apple Has Started to Remove Iranian Apps Over Sanctions

    In reaction to Apple's decision, Iranian Telecommunication Minister Mohammad Javad Azari Jahromi tweeted that Apple accounts for 11% of Iran's mobile phone market, even though the tech firm does not have an official presence in Iran or any other Persian Gulf country, according to the Associated Press.

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  • Trump calls for Senate Republicans to get rid of filibuster

    As if a lapse in appropriations automatically converts into wall funding, as opposed to a tedious federal standoff that damages the unified governing party. Failure could prompt a government shut-down or financial collapse. And most importantly for those of us loyal to the Republican Party, it would forever betray the Grand Old Party we still firmly believe in.

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  • GCSEs: Kibworth School has its first results

    GCSEs: Kibworth School has its first results

    Farnham Heath End School is thrilled with their preliminary GCSE results . Pictured are Eleanor Havershon, Lucy Ramsay, and Emma Arguile. Ms Robinson said: "These results are a testament to everyone's hard work , talent and dedication and our students fully deserve their outstanding grades".

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  • DoJ Narrows Warrant Seeking #DisruptJ20 Info From DreamHost

    DoJ Narrows Warrant Seeking #DisruptJ20 Info From DreamHost

    The issue will be decided Thursday, when Superior Court Chief Judge Robert Morin will rule on the DOJ's motion to compell. The Affidavit, the indictment that was returned by a Grand Jury, and the government's repeated statements made during public hearings in the pending criminal cases make clear that the government is focused on the criminal acts of defendants and14their co-conspirators, and not their political views - and certainly not the lawful activities of peaceful protesters.

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  • What to Do with Your Eclipse Glasses

    What to Do with Your Eclipse Glasses

    People in the area also will have the rare opportunity to reuse their glasses. The glasses will be redistributed across South America and Asia for the 2019 total solar eclipse . So do not throw those glasses away! Innovative Roofing and Siding Inc.is collecting eclipse glasses for Astronomers without Borders right here in Knoxville.

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  • This Newborn Had Perfect Timing, So Her Parents Named Her Eclipse

    This Newborn Had Perfect Timing, So Her Parents Named Her Eclipse

    She was due to give birth on September 3 but instead went into labour early and had her baby at Greenville Memorial Hospital. Eclipse's mother and father, Michael, had originally planned to name their child Violet . Hours later, Eclipse arrived. A baby born at Greenville Memorial Hospital to parents Freedom and Michael Eubanks was named Eclipse Alizebeth in honor of the special day.

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  • Superior Court, Phoenix Restaurants Closing Early Due To President Trump's Phoenix Rally

    Superior Court, Phoenix Restaurants Closing Early Due To President Trump's Phoenix Rally

    He'll visit the Mexican border at Yuma before the political rally in Phoenix. Donald Trump with Sheriff Joe Arpaio at a campaign event in Marshalltown, Iowa, on January 26, 2016. Meanwhile, a couple hundred Trump supporters were lined up at the Convention Center, with some arriving before dawn for the 7 p.m. rally. "If the case is that he's coming here to pardon Arpaio, we don't need that", he said.

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  • Cops defensive over video of Sasikala 'walking out of jail'

    Cops defensive over video of Sasikala 'walking out of jail'

    Sasikala who is comfortable camping in Parapanna Agrahara Prison of Bengaluru is in for a trouble. It, however, does not throw light on when it was recorded or which part of the jail it is from. "Their deployment is outside the women's prison premises at the main gate... it has to be investigated where she [Sasikala] is coming from and who permitted it", Roopa said, according to the report.

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  • N Korea slams Seoul-Washington joint drill

    N Korea slams Seoul-Washington joint drill

    North Korea's back-track on Guam, after a tense war of words with Washington about its nuclear and missile tests, was conditional. Moon made the remark during a Cabinet meeting as the allies kicked off the annual Ulchi Freedom Guardian exercise that the communist nation has long denounced as a rehearsal for an invasion of the northern country.

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  • The Great Eclipse forecast

    The Great Eclipse forecast

    But as predictable and consistent as we know the eclipse will be - we know to the second when and where the moon will cast its shadow upon the Earth - the weather remains the biggest wild card when it comes to a successful viewing experience.

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  • Brutal attack in Russian city kills 8 people, attacker shot by police

    Brutal attack in Russian city kills 8 people, attacker shot by police

    This attack comes a day after an attack on the knife in Finland, where a Moroccan 18-year-old was stabbed to death two people and injured eight others in the city of Turku (south-west). According to the committee, the attacker was killed by security forces, who had immediately arrived at the scene. Two have been discharged. Surgut , with a population of about 320,000, is an oil- and gas-producing centre 2,100km (1,300 miles) north-east of Moscow.

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  • Moscow Responds to US Visa Freeze With Accusations of Political Meddling

    Moscow Responds to US Visa Freeze With Accusations of Political Meddling

    The chain of tit-for-tat U.S. and Russian measures began last December when outgoing U.S. President Barack Obama expelled 35 Russian diplomats over allegations Moscow had meddled in the U.S. " Russia is in conflict with forces who draw on sanctions, who want a confrontation with our country, but we don't have a conflict with American society", Alexei Pushkov, a Federation Council member and a frequent commentator on foreign affairs, was cited as saying by the Interfax news agency.

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