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Israel Shells Gaza with Tank Fire after 'Device Explodes' Injuring 4 Soldiers

In response, a tank struck an observation post in the vicinity believed to belong to the militant Palestinian faction, Islamic Jihad. Israel blames Hamas for any attack emanating from the enclave it controls. The two sides have fought three wars si...

SC knocks off No 10 Auburn

Chris Silva scored 10 of his 14 points in the first half, and he also grabbed 10 rebounds to lead the Gamecock effort on the boards. Auburn (23-3, 11-3) will return home for a rematch against Alabama on Wednesday. "For us, it's been next man up",...

Oxfam chief: Sex abuse claims a 'stain' on the organisation

The charity has come under fire this week over the suspected cover up and failure to act on allegations that members of staff used prostitutes and aid works for sex. Oxfam allegedly covered up the scandal following reports that volunteers as youn...

Highline College on lockdown after reports of gunfire

Close doors. Close windows. Police, ambulances and first responders converged on the college immediately after the shooting was reported . Highline College in Des Moines, south of Seattle, sent out a notice around 9 a.m. Although police have not loc...

New South African Leader Pledges Economic and Political Turnaround

Ramaphosa, his deputy and party leader. New President Cyril Ramaphosa (center) said he would concentrate on creating jobs and attracting investment. Ramaphosa, South Africa's fifth president since the end of white minority rule, will return to pa...

Mitt Romney announces US Senate run in Utah

Former Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney will be on a ballot again as he made official his run for a soon-to-be vacant Senate seat in Utah. Romney is a devout Mormon, and there's a good chance that he'll play up his faith when he's tryi...

Indian billionaire named in PM graft case denies partnership with key suspect

However, Netanyahu, prime minister for almost 12 years has claimed innocence. Netanyahu, however, said his government was "stable" and criticised the police investigation, which prompted calls for his resignation. The remaining 26 percent said they...

Iraq Requires $88.2bn For Reconstruction - Minister

Sharing in a similar vision, in unison with other Arab countries, the officials discussed gathering sufficient financial aid that would lead to the successful development of the Iraq based sectors and its people and attract foreign investment as I...

Trump Urges Lawmakers to Make Deal on Immigration Reform

The bill talks of possibly legalizing almost 1.8 million "Dreamers" or recipients of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, DACA, program, in exchange for some of the biggest enforcement changes in two decades. But for those GOP lawmakers in...

Chelsea bomber sentenced to rot away in prison

A New Jersey man accused of planting bombs in New York City and New Jersey and who was allegedly inspired by ISIS and al-Qaida was sentenced to life in prison Tuesday, according to NBC News . Given a chance to speak, Rahimi, shackled at the ankl...

2 seed in current NCAA Tournament field projection

However, this year the Team Sheets changed, and though teams are, obviously, still rewarded for wins like Virginia Tech's on Saturday, the weight of wins and losses is different. Auburn was named the top No. 2 seed, which makes it No. 5 overall. ...

Oxfam revelations lead to more accountability for charities

Former Oxfam employees in Chad claimed staff held sex parties with prostitutes. Oxfam has denied allegations that it tried to hide that some of its staff paid prostitutes in the aftermath of the natural disaster. The married 68-year-old went on t...

Beware of icy roads; winter weather advisory through 7 pm Saturday

Across southern NH, a touch of freezing drizzle is possible in spots early with a rain shower or two possible throughout the rest of the day. The coldest temperatures will likely reside across our northern and western-most counties, which is wher...

Modi to be first Indian PM to visit Palestine

The interview, which was published on 7 February, was largely centered around the prime minister's personal interests and daily routines, but it also shed light on his bilateral visit to the UAE and the agenda he seeks to pursue when he meets the...

Led coalition attacks pro-Syrian government forces in Dayr al-Zawr

The coalition said the attack took place in Khusham in the Middle Euphrates River Valley, five miles east of the agreed-on "de-confliction" line created to separate Russian-backed regime troops and US-backed forces in Syria. To complicate matters, ...

Senate majority leader announces 2-year budget accord

Both Democrats and Republicans favor lifting the caps. Non-defense spending would rise by $63 billion this year and $68 billion next year. Annually, the bill would raise defense spending by about $80 billion in fiscal year 2018, and about $85 b...

Palestinian killed in clashes during Israeli raid

One Palestinian was killed and 47 others were injured in ensuing clashes with IDF soldiers as they left the area, according to the Palestinian health ministry. Shortly after the missile was sacked, forces then began demolishing the building with a ...

German parties negotiate grand coalition

The SPD is also set to take control of the family, labour, justice, environment and foreign ministries, with Mr Schulz reportedly set to head up the latter . As a final round of talks stretched into the evening, both sides sounded upbeat a deal woul...

Taliban bomber kills 11 soldiers in Pakistan's Swat Valley

The death toll may further increase as several injured were in a critical condition, health officials said. The injured soldiers have been shifted to Kabal hospital. The report said that the outfit noted that it was the second attack this month wit...

Concerned India Asks Its Nationals To Defer Travel To Maldives

The surprise judicial ruling last week has led to an increasingly tense standoff between the Supreme Court and the government of President Yameen Abdul Gayoom, with protests spilling into the streets of the capital, Male , and soldiers in riot gea...

Uber throws former self-driving vehicle guru Andrew Levandowski to the wolves

Waymo is seeking damages and a permanent injunction to prevent Uber from using the alleged trade secrets in future AV developments. The trial's commencement comes after Waymo filed its lawsuit nearly a year ago - an 11-month period has been ma...

UK Judge Denies Julian Assange's Request To Drop Arrest Warrant

Sweden dropped its investigation a year ago, but British police are still seeking to arrest Assange for failing to surrender to a court after violating bail terms during his unsuccessful battle against extradition. London police responded to repo...

Government Spokesman Says US Forces Begin Reducing Numbers in Iraq

The contractors say dozens of American soldiers have left on daily flights over the past week. The Iraqi government spokesman told the Associated Press Reporter that: "The battle against Daesh has ended, and so the level of the American presenc...

USA investigating possible sarin gas attacks in Syria: Defense Secretary Jim Mattis

American officials emphasized on Thursday that the United States was seeking a new way to hold chemical weapons-users accountable and wanted cooperation from Russia, Assad's patron, in pressuring him to end the attacks. "We are even more concerned ...

North Korea brushes off criticism of military parade before Olympics

Murray indicated that remaining issues include language differences which make communication hard between players of both sides, and the fact that the North Koreans are residing in a separate area in the Olympic Village. Although tensions have briefl...

Father Of Larry Nassar Victims Tries To Attack Disgraced Doctor In Court

As some in the courtroom laughed, the judge warned Margraves about his language. However, Grewal told Mencarini that the country sheriff's office is still conducting a criminal investigation that could be referred to prosecutors, though he hopes it...

Treasury Department Sanctions Individuals for Acting on Hezbollah Financier's Behalf

They must also grapple, senior officials said in describing the new sanctions, with the fact that Iran and Hezbollah may prioritize financial backing for militant activities even when overall resources decline. The U.S.is particularly concerned abo...

Kansas congressman among lawmakers to treat injured after train crash

Remarkably, these sites claimed to have this highly sensitive trove of (conflicting, unsourced, unattributed) information hours before the lead investigative agency on the incident, the National Transportation Safety Board, had made any public comme...

US Missile Interceptor Test in Hawaii Fails

The increase in testing comes after North Korea ramped up its nuclear testing a year ago with six known missile launches - some of them over Japanese territory. The U.S. Missile Defense Agency did not comment on the outcome of the test but confirme...

Youth succumbs to injuries, toll rises to three

Earlier, two civilians were killed and nine others injured in the controversial incident, during which the army fired into a stone-pelting mob that targeted a military convoy. He said that the Army responded only after being "provoked to the ultimate...

United States places Haniyeh on terrorist blacklist

Israel's Intelligence Minister Yisrael Katz tweeted in response: "I wish to congratulate the United States on the righteous decision to designate Ismail Haniyeh as a global terrorist". " This decision will not deter us from continuing the resist...

Leading Islamic scholar Tariq Ramadan arrested in Paris amid rape claims

Ramadan, a well-known figure in the Middle East. Islam scholar Tariq Ramadan, a leading professor at Oxford University, was detained on Wednesday in France, where he is facing allegations of rape. "Many people are angry because I denounced someone ...

What Kalonzo's team was upto minutes before swearing in

The 73-year-old's mock inauguration came despite him losing a bid for the presidency in August last year , when Uhuru Kenyatta won an election that his opponent claims was plagued by fraud. Ahead of the swearing-in ceremony, the Communications Autho...

Taliban assail Trump's rejection of talks, vow to fight on

Other previously available information on the size, attrition and performance of the Afghan forces continue to be unavailable. The increase, though incremental, is indicative of the Afghan army's loosening grip on the country in the face of a deter...

Services exports grew at 16.2% during Apr-Sept: Economic Survey

During the campaign for the Lok Sabha elections in 2014, Prime Minister Modi promised voters to bring " Acche Din (Good days)" in the country if the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is voted to power. The slowdown was blamed on the sudden cancellation o...

North Korean defector attends State of the Union

He used a rickety old pair of crutches to flee North Korea in 2006 and made his way through China, Laos, Myanmar and Thailand before finding his final freedom. With the two nations planning a range of events around the Olympics as goodwill measures, ...

Hundreds evacuated as floodwaters threaten Paris

The river overflowed in some places this week when water levels reached just over 5 meters (nearly 17 feet). "There are six studios in the basement, and we've had to set up blocks outside to keep the windows from breaking and covering everything in...

Chris Stapleton plans November 3 show at John Paul Jones Arena

Stapleton will bring his All American Road Show , including special guests Marty Stuart and Brent Cobb , to the Walmart AMP on June 22. Fresh off thee more Grammy wins , country music star Chris Stapleton announced several tour stops, includ...

Reports Russian Opposition Leader Released

Thanks to all those who were not afraid to fight for their rights". Navalny, Russia's best-known opposition leader, was barred from running in the upcoming elections after a 2017 criminal conviction for embezzlement. "Because that's the only path o...

Rep. Joe Kennedy to Deliver Dem Response to Trump's SOTU

Kennedy is the grandson of slain Senator Robert F. Kennedy and grand-nephew of the slain U.S. President John F. Kennedy and the late Senator Edward Kennedy, who for 50 years was one of the dominant voices of Democratic politics. "Our vision for this ...

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Senate majority leader announces 2-year budget accord

Both Democrats and Republicans favor lifting the caps. Non-defense spending would rise by $63 billion this year and $68 billion next year. Annually, the bill would raise defen...

Palestinian killed in clashes during Israeli raid

One Palestinian was killed and 47 others were injured in ensuing clashes with IDF soldiers as they left the area, according to the Palestinian health ministry. Shortly after the ...

German parties negotiate grand coalition

The SPD is also set to take control of the family, labour, justice, environment and foreign ministries, with Mr Schulz reportedly set to head up the latter . As a final round of t...

Concerned India Asks Its Nationals To Defer Travel To Maldives

The surprise judicial ruling last week has led to an increasingly tense standoff between the Supreme Court and the government of President Yameen Abdul Gayoom, with protests spil...

Taliban bomber kills 11 soldiers in Pakistan's Swat Valley

The death toll may further increase as several injured were in a critical condition, health officials said. The injured soldiers have been shifted to Kabal hospital. The report s...

Government Spokesman Says US Forces Begin Reducing Numbers in Iraq

The contractors say dozens of American soldiers have left on daily flights over the past week. The Iraqi government spokesman told the Associated Press Reporter that: "The ba...

UK Judge Denies Julian Assange's Request To Drop Arrest Warrant

Sweden dropped its investigation a year ago , but British police are still seeking to arrest Assange for failing to surrender to a court after violating bail terms during his u...

Uber throws former self-driving vehicle guru Andrew Levandowski to the wolves

Waymo is seeking damages and a permanent injunction to prevent Uber from using the alleged trade secrets in future AV developments. The trial's commencement comes after Waymo...

USA investigating possible sarin gas attacks in Syria: Defense Secretary Jim Mattis

American officials emphasized on Thursday that the United States was seeking a new way to hold chemical weapons-users accountable and wanted cooperation from Russia, Assad's patron...

North Korea brushes off criticism of military parade before Olympics

Murray indicated that remaining issues include language differences which make communication hard between players of both sides, and the fact that the North Koreans are residing i...

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Father Of Larry Nassar Victims Tries To Attack Disgraced Doctor In Court

Father Of Larry Nassar Victims Tries To Attack Disgraced Doctor In Court

As some in the courtroom laughed, the judge warned Margraves about his language. However, Grewal told Mencarini that the country sheriff's office is still conducting a criminal i...

Treasury Department Sanctions Individuals for Acting on Hezbollah Financier's Behalf

Treasury Department Sanctions Individuals for Acting on Hezbollah Financier's Behalf

They must also grapple, senior officials said in describing the new sanctions, with the fact that Iran and Hezbollah may prioritize financial backing for militant activities even...

Kansas congressman among lawmakers to treat injured after train crash

Kansas congressman among lawmakers to treat injured after train crash

Remarkably, these sites claimed to have this highly sensitive trove of (conflicting, unsourced, unattributed) information hours before the lead investigative agency on the inciden...

US Missile Interceptor Test in Hawaii Fails

US Missile Interceptor Test in Hawaii Fails

The increase in testing comes after North Korea ramped up its nuclear testing a year ago with six known missile launches - some of them over Japanese territory. The U.S. Missile...

Youth succumbs to injuries, toll rises to three

Youth succumbs to injuries, toll rises to three

Earlier, two civilians were killed and nine others injured in the controversial incident, during which the army fired into a stone-pelting mob that targeted a military convoy. He s...