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3rd Palestinian killed in clashes in Jerusalem

The army released footage showing a blood-covered kitchen floor. Israel's Channel 10 reported that a child of eight had died from tear gas inhalation, but that could not be confirmed. Israel then cancelled Friday prayers and shut down the compound for the first time since 1969, prompting outrage among Palestinians. Due to recent attacks at the compound it was ruled that Muslim men aged under 50 would not be allowed into the mosque, according to DPA International . Read More »

Lewandowski Blasts Reports on 2nd Trump-Putin Meeting: 'Nothing Secretive About It'


But he said the discussion was casual and should not be characterized as a "meeting" or even a less formal, but official, "pull-aside". The undisclosed meeting could explain discrepancies of readouts after their conversations. The Trump team can't seem to get its stories straight on Russia and now the Russian government is taking advantage of that to have some laughs at the president's expense. Read More »

4 protesters killed during East Jerusalem clashes, Palestinian media says

According to news media reports, Israeli police also arrested a number of Palestinian protesters. The Palestinians denounce the installation of metal detectors to access the third holy place of islam, in the old city, a decision made after the murder of two israeli police by three Arab-israelis in the old city, near the esplanade. Read More »

Massive Protests Held Over Bill to Overhaul Polish Supreme Court


Szydlo insisted the government will not bow to pressure "from Polish or from foreign defenders of the interest of the elites". Created to address potential human rights abuses within the bloc, it's never been used before; it would allow for sanctions against Poland and possible suspension of their voting rights in the bloc. Read More »

Two Israelis stabbed to death in West Bank settlement: army

The Israeli military said in a statement that "an assailant armed with a knife attempted to stab [Israeli] soldiers at a checkpoint in Tekoa. The assailant was shot". Others have been killed in clashes with Israeli troops. A wave of unrest that erupted in mid-September 2015 has claimed the lives of at least 283 Palestinians, 44 Israelis, two U.S. Read More »

Botched US Drone Strike Kills 15 Afghan Police


A U.S. strike on Afghani Helmand province on Friday resulted in deaths of friendly Afghan forces, NATO-led Resolute Support mission said in a release. The province has been the site of some of the fiercest fighting in Afghanistan since 2001, and hundreds of American troops have died there. A auto bomb exploded near the Kabul Bank branch in Afghanistan's southern province of Helmand on Thursday. Read More »

Bonneville County Sheriff investigating reported Bullinger sighting


Deputies with the Bonneville County Sheriff's Office are investigating a report that someone spotted a triple-homicide suspect who is now the subject of a nationwide manhunt. On Thursday, employees from the U.S. Forest Service, sheriff's office and other local law enforcement searched the area. Bullinger's last reported location was in Ogden, Utah, around early to mid-June, Dashiell said. Read More »

Truck crashes, burns on I-75 in Pasco


The driver of the SUV ejected from the auto and was pronounced dead at the scene. The driver who was killed has not yet been identified by authorities. Due to the extent of his injuries, Highway Patrol's fatal team investigated the crash and discovered that the bike had been reported stolen. This is a developing story. Read More »

OJ to be freed after nine years in jail


Simpson , 70, was convicted in 2008 on 12 charges of attempted armed robbery and kidnapping stemming from a 2007 confrontation in a Las Vegas casino hotel room over sports memorabilia. Mr. Simpson gave the testimony via live video stream from Lovelock Correctional Center in Nevada. The four-person parole board delivered their decision after about 30 minutes of deliberation. Read More »

'Dr Kaunda Not Dead', Says Office Of Zambian Commissioner In SA


Zambia's founding president Dr Kenneth Kaunda was yesterday said to be well enough to be sent home as soon as medical specialists had concluded some outstanding medical screening, the Zambian presidency said yesterday. Online reports emerged mid day on Thursday that Dr Kaunda, 93, had died in hospital. According to the state broadcaster ZNBC, Kaunda was admitted Tuesday night to the university teaching hospital in Lusaka , the capital. Read More »

Navy blamed for USS Fitzgerald collision


CNN, citing a pair of Defense Department officials, reported the Fitzgerald crew failed to realize the imminent danger or respond with sufficient urgency prior to the crash. According to Navy spokesman Commander Ron Flanders, the accident occurred at 2.20am, although the Japanese assert the crash took place at 1.30am. Not only were the lives of seven sailors lost in the crash, but the collision tore a monstrous hole in the starboard side of the Arleigh Burke-class destroyer, evidenced by ... Read More »

Takes Position in BP plc (NYSE:BP)


North Star Investment Management Corp. increased its position in shares of BP 8.0% in the second quarter. Patriot Financial Group Insurance Agency LLC now owns 4,878 shares of the oil and gas exploration company's stock worth $169,000 after buying an additional 26 shares during the last quarter. Read More »

Special session slated if Rauner doesn't get school bill


Waverly Superintendent Dustin Day, whose district has enough reserves for another school year, explains how the process has become delayed, and what the consequences could potentially be. How has this not been put before the legislature now? I want to try and give them the benefit of the doubt, but unfortunately (lawmakers) have had two years. Read More »

Two dead, 200 injured as natural disaster hits Turkey, Greece


There is no major travel disruption to Irish holiday makers following a strong earth quake off the Greek island of Kos. (Sander van Deventer via AP). Kos mayor Georges Kyritsis told Skai radio the two victims were foreigners. A spokesman for a state hospital in the Cretan city of Iraklio said they had received four patients, including two people in critical condition, one with a head injury and one who had to have a leg amputated due to injury. Read More »

Qatar's Emir Amends Anti-Terrorism Laws


Tillerson said Qatar was willing to sit with the four countries to discuss their demands, but that it was important to Doha "that the sovereignty and dignity of all five countries be respected in those discussions". "It would be wiser (for Qatar) to totally change its (political) orientation", he said. Any push to impose U.N. sanctions on Qatar would likely be hard as it needs either consensus approval behind closed doors by the Security Council or a vote on a resolution, which would ... Read More »

Armed Man Shot in Leg by Police in Brooklyn: Cops


Johns Place and Rochester Crown Heights when they heard several gunshots ring out a block away around 1:30 a.m., NYPD Assistant Chief Jeffrey Maddrey said at a press conference at the scene Friday morning. He was taken to to the hospital and is expected to survive. The NYPD's Brooklyn North Twitter account tweeted the image of the.25 caliber gun recovered in the police-involved shooting on July 21, 2017. Read More »

Strong Quake Off Turkish and Greek Coasts Kills Two, Injures Scores


Of those injured, two or three are in a serious condition and undergoing surgery, regional officials said. He added that five people more badly hurt were being flown to a hospital on the island of Crete for treatment. "There was first a noise and then a roar". "I've never experienced such a thing". In Bitez, a resort town about 6 kilometer (4 miles) west of Bodrum, the quake was felt at about 1:30 a.m. Read More »

Forest Fire Scorches 1000 Acres in New Jersey


Winds will shift more southwest or southerly later Friday, which should push the smoke back to the north. The temperature in the Batsto area had risen to 92 degrees as of 1:30 p.m., and was forecast to reach a high of 96 degrees, according to the weather service. Read More »

Procedures changing after deadly escape of two GA inmates


For two days, investigators followed leads on possible sightings of Rowe and Dubose - from a Family Dollar in Madison to Conyers to near the SC border, but none panned out. He and Dubose rummaged through the officers' compartment and went through their lunches. Officers' weapons routinely are handed over to authorities as they enter prison gates and are given back on the way out. Read More »

Trump exhorts Senate anew to rid US of Obamacare


Trump told the lawmakers that Republicans are "closer than people understand" on getting health care reform done and "have to pull through". "For seven years you promised the American people that you would repeal Obamacare. The conservative PAC says it " has issued a key vote in support of the motion to proceed , which we will triple-weight on our 2017 Congressional Scorecard , to begin the amendment process, starting with the 2015 ObamaCare repeal bill as the base text". Read More »