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Putin and Netanyahu meet for Syria-focused talks in Moscow

Russian President Vladimir Putin, on the right, shakes hands with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu during his Kremlin meeting in Moscow Wednesday, July 11, 2018. (Yuri Kadobnov / Pool Photo via AP) (Associated Press) at Vladimir Isachenkov | AP 11 July at 14:48 MOSKVA – Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow on Wednesday …

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Middle East peace? Can the rejection of the young Palestinians on the PA lead to a binary state with Israel?

Obada Nawawra talked to friends at a restaurant in Bethlehem. Outside the window, the terraced hills rolled around the old West Bank city in a distance. It was early June, and most restaurants were closed for Ramadan; Apart from a table of tourists, the big place was almost empty. When the conversation was switched to the subject of the Palestinian …

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Hamas sends a delegation to Egypt, when Fatah shared rumbles on

A delegation from Gaza's Islamist ruler Hamas left Wednesday in Egypt because of ongoing tensions with his internal Palestinian rival in the West Bank. Egypt, especially its intelligence services, is seeking ways to push the two sides to start talks about a volatile government that broke down at the end of last year. In a statement, Hamas said that its …

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Neo-Nazi Terrorist Detained for Life in Cases that Shame Germany's Spies

BERLIN – The only survivor in one of Germany's deadliest neo-Nazi terrorist groups was sentenced to life prison on Wednesday, in the culmination of a saga that has joked the country's security services, spanning its relationship with Turkey and raising allegations of institutional racism. Following a trial in Munich lasting more than five years, group member Beate Zschäpe was sentenced …

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Nurse may have died dozens of poisoned drip

A former nurse in Japan may have killed dozens of patients by poisoning their intravenous drops, the police said. Ayumi Kuboki, 31, has agreed to disturb a number of drops while working at Oguchi Hospital in the eastern city of Yokohama. At least 48 patients died at the hospital under suspicious circumstances over a three-month period in 2016, the Japanese …

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The Turkish police arrest Islamic televangelist and supporters

of Suzan Fraser | AP July 11 at 10:00 ANKARA, Turkey – Turkish police detained a controversial Islamic televangelist on Wednesday and sought hundreds of people associated with him for alleged crimes, including forming a crime, fraud, extortion and sexual abuse abuse. Istanbul police said warrants were issued against Adnan Oktar and 234 of his supporters and that economic crime …

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Israel military says kicked patriot missile at drone from Syria

JERUSALEM (Reuters) – Israel launched a patriot interceptor raid on Wednesday at a drone spot approaching Syria, the second such event for as many months as the Israeli military said. The incident resigned from the air defense sirens on Israeli occupied Golan Heights and the nearby Jordanian border, the military statement said. Israel has been highly alert as the Syrian …

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Thai cave rescue: Tears like boys see parents for the first time

In a video that was shown by a press release, some of the parents were in tears when they looked through the glass. Family members did not get into the room where they are being treated, to avoid infection, said Dr Chaiyawej Thanapaisarn. The doctor said that three of the boys would be treated for minor cases of pneumonia, but …

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