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Official PA TV broadcast a special edition of a TV show from the family home of a terrorist who murdered his Israeli employer 15 years ago, referring to him as a "hero" and a "source of pride for Palestine ". Israel continues settlement construction in the West Bank. Trump's administration is widely perceived as staunchly pro-Israel and the acknowledgment of the Palestinians was welcomed by Ghassan Khatib, a professor of political science at Birzeit University in the West Bank.
  • No One Wants to be Donald Trump's Next Press Secretary

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    Several news outlets and Democrats questioned whether Comey's firing had to do anything with the fact that he led an investigation into Russia's ties with Trump's associates during 2016 presidential election. The president, a devoted viewer of coverage about himself, has given several interviews, most recently to NBC News' Lester Holt on Thursday, although he has favored Fox News' friendlier venue.
  • GOP senator disinvited from speaking at historically black university

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    John Cornyn's scheduled commencement address at a historically black university on Saturday has been canceled it sparked opposition and threats of protest from students. "To me, it's like appointing a judge", Graham said. The petition said Cornyn's backing of DeVos and Attorney General Jeff Sessions, among other things, showed that he supported "discriminatory policies and politicians".
  • Did North Korea Launch Another Ballistic Missile?

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    North Korea's past satellite rocket launches have been called clandestine tests of ICBM technology, but it is not believed to have tested a true intercontinental ballistic missile yet. China called for restraint by all parties. The United States maintains our ironclad commitment to stand with our allies in the face of the serious threat posed by North Korea.
  • Russian Federation investigation issues subpoena for Flynn

    Russian Federation investigation issues subpoena for Flynn

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    In a statement , Sens. The new order is for Flynn's documents "relevant to the Committee's investigation into Russian interference with the 2016 election". Flynn, who was Trump's national security adviser for the first 24 days of his presidency, was sacked on February 13 after it was revealed he misled Vice President Mike Pence about his contacts with Sergey Kislyak, Russia's ambassador to the U.S.
  • Le Pen Concedes Defeat, Claims Mantle of Opposition Leader

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    Paris - French President-elect Emmanuel Macron will face major internal and global challenges represented in lowering unemployment rates, fighting terrorism and reforming the European Union. All 577 seats in the national assembly are up for grabs. But, anxious to preserve a balance between the center-left and center-right in his nascent political movement, Macron has been less than welcoming towards late arrivals from the Socialist Party.
  • Guns for the Syrian Kurds

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    The fighters were later targeted by strikes, according to the Pentagon. Operation Inherent Resolve, the US mission against ISIS in Iraq and Syria, confirmed the SDF had liberated the dam, the city and its nearby airfield. John Dorrian, said Wednesday that the weapons would be delivered to the Kurds soon. One possibility to explore is whether YPG militia could persuade the PKK to call off its current campaign against Turkey and return to the negotiating table.
  • CIA establishes mission center focused on North Korea

    CIA establishes mission center focused on North Korea

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    The Korea Mission Center was established to "harness the full resources, capabilities, and authorities of the Agency in addressing the nuclear and ballistic missile threat posed by North Korea", CIA said in a statement. "The risks remain", explained Pompeo, adding that in addition to ballistic missiles and nuclear weapons, there is also the threat that regional flash points could trigger a major conflict.
  • Man creates ruckus at Kapil Mishra's hunger strike, AAP denies link

    Man creates ruckus at Kapil Mishra's hunger strike, AAP denies link

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    Mr Mishra's supporters beat up the man and handed him over to the police. Mishra was sacked as a minister and from the primary membership of the party after he accused Kejrwal of accepting bribes and being involved in a land scam. "If Kejriwal is not found guilty, then he must file a defamation case against the person concerned and if found guilty, then he must resign within a second", said Hazare.