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Formerly the UK Cabinet Secretary is seeking new referendum from Brexit

LONDON (AP) – A former minister of the Conservative Party has urged the British public to be heard in a new referendum on whether Britain will leave the European Union. Former Minister of Education Justine Greening told BBC Monday, the Parliament is "gridlocked" over Brexit. She said that she and other senior conservative party legislators favor a new vote. Greening …

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Indonesian mob butcher hundreds of crocs in revenge attack

Sorong (Indonesia) (AFP) – A club and machete helper in Indonesia killed almost 300 crocodiles in a vengeance event after a local man was killed by one of the reptiles, the authorities said on Monday. Pictures from the scene showed dozens of dead crocodiles lying on top of each other and covering blood after the attack on a farm in …

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Netanyahu visits the southern region after Gaza escalation

Palestinians rush to control the site after an Israeli hijacker hits a state-owned building in Gaza City, Saturday, July 14, 2018. The Israeli military conducted its largest day-to-day flight campaign in Gaza since the 2014 war as Hamas militants kicked dozens of rockets in Israel, threatens to spark a wider distortion after weeks of tension along the volatile border. No …

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The violence of Israeli Gaza is seen as possession

JERUSALEM – The Israeli military lifted its restrictions on Gaza's border on Sunday, indicating that it had accepted an Egyptian ceasefire ending a 24-hour war with Hamas militants. The military had closed a popular beach and placed constraints on large gatherings that residents were kept closest to home on Saturday among dozens of rockets fired from Gaza. But after several …

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Strikes blamed on Israel killed 9 pro-regime fighters in Syria

At least nine pro-regime fighters died in a night stamp in northern Syria blamed for Israel, a monitor said Monday. Syrian state media had accused Israel of bombing a military position in Aleppo province since Sunday, what would be a rare Israeli attack so far north of the war-torn country. The Syrian observatory for human rights, a British-based war monitor, …

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Helsinki Summit: Trump Blames USA – Not Putin – For Acute Relationship

But while American officials have emphasized the way to improve the United States and Russia, the ties bind through a clear understanding of Russian aggression and the main reasons for discord in the relationship, Trump has signaled to the summit as he finds former US administration and law enforcement – not Putin – responsible for the division Four hours before …

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Obama visits Kenya, the land of his father, to promote local charity

Former President Barack Obama has arrived in Kenya, his father's homeland, in what was expected to be a lower profile visit than those he made to the country as senator and president. Mr. Obama traveled to Kenya on Sunday to promote the opening of an athletic and training center as his half sister Auma Obama was founded through his charity, …

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Trump can not beat Putin in his own game

Do you want smart analysis of the most important news in your inbox every weekday along with other global readings, interesting ideas and opinions to know? Sign up for today's WorldView Newsletter . Last Thursday, President Trump's meeting in Helsinki promised Russia's President Vladimir Putin to be interesting. Then the accused Robert S Mueller III Special Council made 12 Russian …

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Deadly suicide Blast Hits Afghan Ministry Staff

ISLAMABAD – A suicide bombing demanded by the Islamic state group killed at least seven people and injured many other Sunday in Kabul, hours after a UN report on the semi-annual report warned Afghanistan was hit by record levels of civilian accidents. The bombs blown up in the premier parking of the Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development just as …

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