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Israel removes metal detectors from holy site in Jerusalem

On that day, three Arab gunmen opened fire from the shrine at Israeli police guards, killing two before being shot dead . In a phone call on Monday night, Jordan's King Abdullah and Mr Netanyahu discussed the crisis surrounding the holy site and the incident at the embassy. Read More »

Abbas says ties with Israel to remain frozen

Following a cabinet meeting on Monday, Turkey has spoken out against Israel's added security measures at the Al Aqsa mosque and its violent crackdown on Palestinian protestors over the weekend that resulted in four dead Palestinians and three dead Israelis. Read More »

Indigenous Musician Dr G. Yunupingu Dies, Aged 46


He said he took the singer to Royal Darwin Hospital on Thursday, and was informed about the death on Tuesday afternoon. He had been battling chronic liver and kidney-related problems for years. "The premature passing of a good man, the son of a great people and a voice which could evoke an extraordinary magic", Former prime minister Kevin Rudd tweeted. Read More »

Everything You Need to Know About Fifth Harmony's New Album


Otherwise, they would be forgiven for simply moving on to single number two. With exactly a month until the release date, the girl group also performed Down on The Tonight Show , which is getting everyone ready for the new music which aims to bring a different sound compared to the last album. Read More »

Chelsea send Kenedy home following offensive posts he made in China


They're playing in Asia this preseason in an attempt to attract new fans, but Kenedy's posts got him booed in Bejing on Saturday during Chelsea's match against Arsenal . "On July 22nd, Chelsea Football Club experienced the warmth and friendliness of Chinese fans at the National Stadium". "It is regrettable that he has said such nonsense". Read More »

Pharmacologists Ask US Supreme Court To Block Ohio Execution


Since McGuire's death, OH has undergone court battles and an extended search for chemicals in order to enact the death penalty while complying with the U.S. "We are not asking the state to turn its back on people who commit serious crimes". Two former OH attorney generals have also taken a bi-partisan stand against the death penalty. Read More »

Trump says he has 'complete power' to issue pardons


The White House has been buffeted by an intensifying series of investigations into Russian meddling in the US election a year ago and possible Trump campaign ties to Russia. In another tweet, Trump wrote: "A new INTELLIGENCE LEAK from the Amazon Washington Post, this time against A.G. Jeff Sessions". President Donald Trump warns those waisting their time focusing on him of greater repercussions to come if they don't put an end to this school yard nonsense and get back to successfully running ... Read More »

Grim Future Predicted For NY Health Care If ACA Is Repealed


The exchanges are used by individuals who don't get coverage through an employer, or who don't receive Medicare or use the VA. "The proposals set forth by the Senate and House to repeal the ACA would negatively impact seniors, older Americans and people with disabilities and their health care providers". Read More »

Rugby Football Union clarifies elite women's pay ahead of World Cup


But this was always the intention and the RFU believes it has been misrepresented by suggestions investment in 15s is being cut. However, Dr Allin-Khan suggested that system was unfair on the players, whom she described as a "source of inspiration to countless girls and women the length and breadth of the country". Read More »

Looks Like Jeff Sessions Perjured Himself


Despite his protests to the contrary, Trump continues to watch and obsess over cable news coverage and he frequently interrupts conversations about other topics to complain bitterly about the probe or, on occasion, predict that it'll soon be behind him. Read More »

Australia Inflation Data Due On Wednesday


From a year earlier, headline inflation cooled to 1.9 per cent from 2.1 per cent in the first three months of the year. The CPI rose 1.9 per cent through the year to June quarter 2017 having increased to 2.1 per cent in the March quarter 2017. Read More »

Spyder Tamil Rights Sold For A Bomb


The director's brand value and Mahesh's charisma could have been sufficient to recover this huge investment but the film's high-tech genre may prove a deterrent to the film's prospects in B, C centres. Recently Mahesh Babu had announced about the film's release on social media but still, there were rumors doing the rounds that the makers won't be completing the film's VFX work on time. Read More »

Let women put together health care plan


But just because the Senate agreed to move forward does not guarantee a final repeal bill will pass. We do not believe that repealing the ACA is in the best interest of our customers, our state, or our nation. On Tuesday, conservatives said Republican senators dodged what would have been enormous political backlash from the base by voting to advancing the debate-and warned them that that backlash could still come if they don't find a way to get the bill through the Senate. Read More »

Debbie Wasserman Schultz IT Staffer Arrested, Charged With Bank Fraud


House. Pakistani-born Imran Awan, long-time right-hand IT aide to the former Democratic National Committee (DNC) Chairwoman, has since desperately tried to get the hard drives back, an individual whom FBI investigators interviewed in the case told The Daily Caller News Foundation's Investigative Group. Read More »

Israel removes metal detectors from al-Aqsa compound

OIC said Israel had no legal sovereignty on Al Quds nor the Islamic and Christian holy places, a matter that has been emphasised by all global instruments, conventions and resolutions, the last of which is the resolution of the World Heritage Committee at the UNESCO. Read More »

Trump envoy heads to Israel for holy site crisis talks


One person set off a firework, prompting Israeli police to raid and disperse them using sound grenades. The removal of the devices comes after the US mediated a deal between Israel and Jordan, which is the custodian of the holy site, CBS News' Robert Berger reports. Read More »

Israel to replace metal detectors in Jerusalem with smart surveillance

The installation of the metal detectors set off widespread protests and deadly Israeli-Palestinian violence over the past week. Jordan is the custodian of Jerusalem's Muslim holy sites, which Jews revere as the vestige of their two ancient temples and which was among East Jerusalem areas Israel captured in a 1967 war and annexed as its capital in a move not recognized internationally. Read More »

Metal Detectors Removed from Controversial Holy Site in Jerusalem

Jerusalem's Old City is in east Jerusalem, which Israel seized in the Six-Day War of 1967 and later annexed, a move never recognised by the worldwide community. Tensions have been high since Israel set up new measures after Arab gunmen earlier this month opened fire from the site, killing two Israeli policemen. Read More »

Driver charged after immigrant truck deaths in Texas


San Antonio Police Chief William McManus said in a statement Saturday night that a truck was parked outside of a Walmart store in San Antonio when his department received a call from a Walmart employee that someone from the truck approached them asking for water . Read More »