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Following the High Court's decision to allow Alqasem into the country on Thursday, her lawyers reported that the state had decided not to appeal the decision. Alqasem is now free to leave her detention cell at the airport and start her studies in Jerusalem. It said she could fly back to the United States at anytime, but detained her at the airport since she chose to battle the entry ban through the courts.
  • Tweets reveal cynical goals of Russia, Iran

    Tweets reveal cynical goals of Russia, Iran

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    Social network "Twitter" was posted in open access information on more than 3800 accounts, which it believes belong to the Russian "Agency for Internet research", accused of meddling in American elections. "Russia's troll operation primarily targeted Russian speakers, while Iran's focused on pushing regime messaging overseas by promoting aligned websites".
  • Texas police identify woman, child in doorbell video

    Texas police identify woman, child in doorbell video

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    The woman took him inside and called the police who then reviewed her surveillance camera footage. The mother asked her to drop the child off with his father because she was in the hospital. She then leaves the boy along with two bags, thought to be his belongings, before returning to a auto and leaving. Suspect also has multiple tattoos on her right arm that can be seen in the video.
  • US charges Russian for conspiracy to interfere in elections

    US charges Russian for conspiracy to interfere in elections

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    The Justice Department unsealed the criminal complaint on the same day that US intelligence agencies, in a rare public statement, asserted that Russia , China, Iran and other countries are engaged in continuous efforts to influence American policy and voters in the upcoming elections and beyond.
  • Pressure turns to Mexico as migrant caravan heads for border

    Pressure turns to Mexico as migrant caravan heads for border

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    US President Donald Trump threatened Thursday to send the military to the Mexican border and to imperil a trade deal in an intensification of his anti-immigrant rhetoric ahead of congressional elections. Migrants have been known to cross the river on rafts for years - sometimes encountering authorities along the way, sometimes meeting little resistance as they slipped into Mexico and continued their journey north.
  • Jamal Khashoggi: Tale of Turkey's secret tapes

    Jamal Khashoggi: Tale of Turkey's secret tapes

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    The United States on Thursday gave Saudi Arabia more time to investigate the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi as Turkish investigators searched Riyadh's consulate in Istanbul for a second time in a hunt for clues. Author and radio host Lendman said the impetuous crown prince, whom media refer to as MBS, directly ordered the assassination of Khashoggi. "We remain very troubled by the disappearance of prominent Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi ", the statement said.
  • Media Rushes To Blame Trump For Journalist’s Disappearance

    Media Rushes To Blame Trump For Journalist’s Disappearance

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    Khashoggi went missing on October 2 after entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul , Turkey , to obtain a license to marry his Turkish fiancée. Trump said that he did not discuss potential consequences for Saudi Arabia if it is discovered that they did have a role in Khashoggi's disappearance.
  • Meghan Markle Shows First Signs of Royal Baby Bump

    Meghan Markle Shows First Signs of Royal Baby Bump

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    The Duke and Duchess were at the beach to learn about the BeachPatrol program, clearing Melbourne's shores of litter to reduce the negative impact on the environment and food chain. "So what you and I can't get away with, my lovely friend can". "She'd never seen cotton used in flower arrangements before so when someone handed her a bouquet with cotton in it she turned to one of her minders said how attractive it was", she said.
  • Meghan Markle and Prince Harry given 'long list' of baby names

    Meghan Markle and Prince Harry given 'long list' of baby names

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    The Duke and Duchess of Sussex had both arrived at the beach wearing footwear but Harry went barefoot first, before Meghan chose to follow, handing her espadrilles to her husband. Harry and Meghan were inundated with gifts, including many presents for the baby who is due in the northern Spring. After lunch at Mission Australia's Charcoal Lane social enterprise restaurant, the couple headed to Albert Park Primary School where hundreds of screaming and jumping schoolkids greeted them.
  • Missing Saudi Writer Case Stirs US Boycott Calls

    Missing Saudi Writer Case Stirs US Boycott Calls

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    Unconfirmed reports said that Khashoggi was likely killed inside the compound, which was denied by Saudi officials as "baseless". Here is a look at what we know about the disappearance. After meeting with Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu in London on Monday, UK foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt said: "The case of Jamal Khashoggi remains deeply concerning".
  • Harvard bias lawsuit heading to trial

    Harvard bias lawsuit heading to trial

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    The U.S. Supreme Court heard the case and upheld the school's consideration of race in 2016. The trial is expected to last three weeks, with the final decision to be made by U.S. In the 2016 case of Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin, Kennedy wrote the argument rejecting arguments on behalf of Abigail Fisher, who also was recruited by Blum, and endorsing the racial affirmative action meant to diversity the campus of the flagship school based in Austin.
  • Mattis thinks 'nothing at all' about Trump's comments about him

    Mattis thinks 'nothing at all' about Trump's comments about him

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    Stahl pressed Trump on what his immigration policy actually is multiple times before Trump bemoaned that the " 60 Minutes " interviewer was treating him differently than she had treated Obama. As one of our loyal readers, we ask you to be our partner. "We just continue doing our job", he told reporters. The defence chief's Asia trip initially included a leg in Beijing, but that fell through after China declined to make Mattis's counterpart available for him to meet.
  • Death toll in Crimean college attack rises to 18

    Death toll in Crimean college attack rises to 18

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    Olga Grebennikova, director of the vocational college in Kerch, told KerchNet TV that men armed with automatic rifles burst into the college and "killed everyone they saw". However, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told reporters that terrorism was among the versions being studied, and that President Vladimir Putin had ordered security services to investigate.
  • Canada legalizes marijuana for recreational use

    Canada legalizes marijuana for recreational use

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    Until now, simple possession of up to 30 grams of marijuana has been punishable by a fine of up to $1,000 and six months in jail. People in Canada are cheering, enduring long lines and honking their vehicle horns in support as the country's first marijuana dispensaries open their doors Wednesday.
  • Woman apologises for accusing 9-year-old of sexual assault

    Woman apologises for accusing 9-year-old of sexual assault

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    Klein, who calls herself "white lady" several times in the video and told dispatchers: "Yeah I know, white lady calls the cops on black lady", said to the Post: 'I've been called racist before, and I'm not'. "Cornerstore Caroline. We have a new one". "I want the cops here right now", Klein is heard telling the dispatcher in the recording. He now questions if Klein ever made a call and if she understands the gravity of her accusations.