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A police spokesman said in a video from the scene that the assailant opened fire seemingly at random before stopping and running away. The police later identified the shooter as a 19-year-old Palestinian from the northern West Bank. A wave of street attacks by Palestinians began in October 2015, and had slowed in recent months. Israel, for its part, says 46 Israelis have been killed over the same period in attacks carried out by Palestinians.
  • Trump will attend North Atlantic Treaty Organisation meeting in May

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    Stoltenberg recently repeated NATO's call to the government of President Vladimir Putin to use its "considerable influence" to end the violence in Ukraine, which has been supported by Russian-backed rebels. USA commanders say the attack will be hard because west Mosul is more densely populated and more heavily defended than the city's eastern half. According to the White House statement the parties also discussed "the potential for a peaceful resolution of the conflict along the Ukrainian ...
  • Pence Says Federal Judge 'Certainly' Has Authority To Halt Immigration Order

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    Academics, government officials, and even fellow Republicans have rejected Trump's claim, which Spicer said were based primarily on the president's beliefs. When O'Reilly noted Putin is "a killer", Trump said: "There are a lot of killers. And I think that's what you're getting here". "And so I think the rollout clearly could have been done better".
  • Ambassador Haley expressed United States concern over Russia's occupation of Crime: White House

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    Security Council today. The OSCE says it had recorded more than 11,000 ceasefire violations which it called unprecedented, but that fewer such incidents were recorded on Friday and Saturday. Belligerent rhetoric towards Moscow over Ukrainian crisis is nothing new, Russia's United Nations ambassador noted after the Security Council meeting, where the newly-appointed USA envoy blamed Moscow for the recent surge of violence provoked by Kiev.
  • Former AIADMK MP revolts against Sasikala, urges EC to oversee party election

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    Now with a new twist in the Tamil Nadu politics, Sasikala Natarajan who is the general secretary of All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam ( AIADMK ) and also a close aide of the late Chief Minister J. According to Palaniswamy, as per AIADMK bye-laws, the General Secretary of the party has to be elected by all party members and not in any other manner.
  • Merkel Meets Erdogan Amid Tense Ties

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    Under the agreement, Turkey agreed to block the flow of refugees across its border into Europe in exchange for cash assistance and eased visa requirements for Turkish citizens. "Such an expression is not correct because Islam and terror can not be associated". He said: "This expression "Islamist terror" seriously saddens us Muslims.
  • French-Canadian Student Charged With Murdering 6 In Quebec City Mosque

    French-Canadian Student Charged With Murdering 6 In Quebec City Mosque

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    She says the dead were approximately 35 to 70 years of age. The man, who has been identified as Alexandre Bissonnette, faces 11 charges: six counts of murder and five counts of attempted murder. Philippe Couillard , the premier of Quebec, also assured the public that the government is making efforts to keep people safe. "This is barbaric", he said to the Guardian .
  • U.S. will not ban visas for Pakistanis, for now

    U.S. will not ban visas for Pakistanis, for now

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    Under Trump's order, it had appeared that an untold number of foreign-born US residents now traveling outside the USA could be stuck overseas for at least 90 days even though they held permanent residency "green cards" or other visas. Asked to confirm whether it would actually not impact green card holders from the seven countries, he said, "Well, of course it does". The order led to protests at airports across the United States and controversy over whether people who had lived and worked in ...
  • France's Le Pen refuses to repay European Union funds

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    The European Parliament concluded that, in her role as French National Front leader, Le Pen had paid party staff with the funds, which EU rules say should be used only to pay EU lawmakers' assistants. Several EU lawmakers from other political groupings have also been investigated for expenses that were not in line with EU rules. German finance minister Wolfgang Schäuble said that he hopes that Ms.
  • Next Syrian talks round will be on February 20

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    They reaffirmed their "strong commitment to the sovereignty, independence, unity and territorial integrity of the Syrian Arab Republic", and reiterated that the only sustainable solution to the current crisis in Syria is through an inclusive and Syrian-led political process based on the Geneva Communique of June 30, 2012 and relevant statements of the International Syria Support Group.
  • Florida-Mexico trade summit called off amid Trump-Mexico tension

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    The two leaders spoke by phone on Monday about jobs and trade, according to Trudeau's office. The company, which ships US livestock feed to Mexico and imports Mexican products like molasses, has already talked with USA producers about selling into other countries, such as Nicaragua, to reduce their dependence on Mexico, Garcia said .
  • Silicon Valley To Lash Out At Trump Ban

    Silicon Valley To Lash Out At Trump Ban

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    There's was no shortage of confusion over the weekend, given that some judges have temporarily blocked parts of the order and the administration is giving conflicting messages on its implementation. The move blindsided many airport officials and worldwide travelers, and it could have a major impact on USA tech companies that rely heavily on H1-B visa employment.
  • United Nations urges immediate halt to hostilities in eastern Ukraine

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    Dmitry Peskov, spokesman for Russian President Vladimir Putin, accused the Ukrainian government of provoking the hostilities to distract public attention from domestic issues. Monitors for the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe say fighting around the town of Avdiyivka began to escalate last Saturday. In Donetsk, the separatists said shelling also caused casualties on their side and cut power to the Zasyadko coal mine, trapping more than 200 miners inside.
  • US Elite Forces Attack Qaeda in Yemen

    US Elite Forces Attack Qaeda in Yemen

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    The SEAL has been identified as Chief Petty Officer William "Ryan" Owens. "My granddaughter was staying for a while with her mother, so when the attack came, they were sitting in the house, and a bullet struck her in her neck at 2:30 past midnight".