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The death penalty in Kabul bombing climbs to 23

The death penalty in an Islamic state suicide bombing at the entrance to the main airport in Afghanistan's capital Kabul has risen to at least 23, says an official. At least 107 others were injured when a suicide bomber struck minutes after the convoy of Afghan Vice President Abdul Rasheed Dostum, who had returned from exile on Sunday, had passed …

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The stone from Jerusalem's western wall crashes into the prayer area

Associated Press July 23, 6:48 pm JERUSALEM – One of the ancient stones from Jerusalem's western wall has disappeared and crashed in an adjacent prayer area. No one was injured. Movies show that the block is falling on Monday and lands on a raised forest platform used for egalitarian prayer. Western Wall Rabbi Shmuel Rabinovich called it a most unusual …

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Russia's Foreign Minister visits Israel on Monday for Syria talks

Russia's Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and Moscow's military chiefs will arrive in Israel later on Monday for talks about the conflict in neighboring Syria, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said. Netanyahu said at the beginning of a cabinet meeting that Russia's President Vladimir Putin requested the meeting with Lavrov and General Valery Gerasimov "in a conversation with me a few days …

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Pakistan Val 2018 lives: Imran Khan, Shahbaz Sharif, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari is in conflict with power

The campaign ends today By Ashfaq Ahmed, Deputy Editor, UAE Dubai: The election campaign for the 2018 public opinion polls ends tonight (12midnight) with thousands of candidates who draw people to vote for them on July 25th. Even though the campaign for large parties has been a bit brutal deal compared with previous elections due to bomb explosions at certain …

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Syrian "white helmets" fly to Jordan with Israeli, western aid

JERUSALEM / AMMAN (Reuters) – Hundreds of rescue workers from Syria "White Helmet" and their families fled forward with government forces and crossed Jordan across the border using Israeli soldiers and Western powers, officials said. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in a brief video statement on Sunday that he had helped evacuation at the request of US President Donald …

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Civil Rights Inferior Disability in Israel

National Law Cement Inequality in Israel In the late 1990s, driving through the Negev desert warned signs in Hebrew and English for military firing zones to the left and right. Because of an Israeli exile that scrapes between the two languages, but clearly less, an Arabic version was recently added. Arabic speakers clearly did not need to be informed of …

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Record high in Japan as a heat wave grabs the region

A man wipes the sweat from his face in the burning heat of a business district in Tokyo, Monday, July 23, 2018. Searing hot temperatures are predicted for wide stretches in Japan and South Korea in a long-term heat wave. Mercury is now expected to reach 39 degrees Celsius (102 degrees Fahrenheit) on Monday in the city of Nagoya in …

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Toronto shooting leaves a death and 13 injured, police say

A woman was killed and 13 other people were injured after a man with a gun that opened fire on a lively avenue in Toronto on Sunday night, police said. Sagittarius not identified was clearly killed by shot wounds, Chief Mark Saunders of Toronto Police Service said early Monday. He said that after his officers, there was an exchange of …

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Trump tweets late night warning to Irans Rouhani

President Trump, in a tweet letter late Sunday evening, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani warned that if Iran threatened the United States again, serious consequences would be imposed as State Secretary Mike Pompeo said that the United States would intensify broadcasts to Iran that could destabilize the theocratic ruler of the country. "To Iran's President Rouhani: NEVER TRY USANA AGAIN OR …

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