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Analysts say North Korea's tests may be providing information that will bring it closer to its goal of developing an intercontinental ballistic missile that could possibly threaten the United States mainland. The launch was also seen as a test of the new South Korean administration of Moon Jae-in who took office earlier on May 10. "We're convening the National Security Council", Suga said.
  • Israeli settler under attack by rock throwers kills Palestinian man, injures journalist

    Israeli settler under attack by rock throwers kills Palestinian man, injures journalist

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    Dozens of Palestinians in the Gaza Strip staged a protest march Thursday to show support for hundreds of Palestinians imprisoned by Israel who since last month have been waging a high-profile hunger strike. Muataz Hussein Hilal died after the Israeli man shot into a crowd of people who were throwing rocks at his auto. The Palestinian leadership "informed the American administration of the details of the strike beginning the first day", he said.
  • Tillerson calls North Korea nuclear testing 'disappointing, disturbing'

    Tillerson calls North Korea nuclear testing 'disappointing, disturbing'

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    North Korea launched a ballistic missile on Sunday afternoon which apparently fell into the sea outside Japan's exclusive economic zone, the Japanese government said. Such tests present a hard challenge to new South Korean President Moon Jae-in, a liberal who took office on May 10 and has expressed a desire to reach out to North Korea.
  • Three dead as gunmen storm Afghan bank

    Three dead as gunmen storm Afghan bank

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    In a separate attack, Taliban militants killed 20 police officers at checkpoints in southern Afghanistan. The governor's office said at least two people were killed and three more were wounded, with at least three attackers also killed by security forces.
  • Trump has leadership and perseverance: Pence

    Trump has leadership and perseverance: Pence

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    Founded in 1876, Grove City College had to take its fight to refuse all federal funding to the U.S. Supreme Court in the 1980s. South Bend Equality shared the view that Pence's selection was wrong and said in an email statement it ought to be protested.
  • 'Dozens hurt' as Palestinians clash with Israeli forces

    'Dozens hurt' as Palestinians clash with Israeli forces

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    An Israeli settler opened fire on a group of Palestinians throwing rocks at his auto, killing one and injuring a journalist. Palestinian prisoners will be on their 37th day of a hunger strike when Trump meets Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas in Bethlehem in the occupied West Bank on Tuesday.
  • Trump to call for Muslim unity in fight against terrorism

    Trump to call for Muslim unity in fight against terrorism

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    Trump promised to schedule a trip to Egypt soon. Trump will call for unity in the fight against radicalism in the Muslim world, casting the challenge as a "battle between good and evil" and urging Arab leaders to "drive out the terrorists from your places of worship", according to a draft of the speech obtained by The Associated Press.
  • What to expect from Trump's visit to Israel, Palestinian territories

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    The three dailies quoted Trump saying that there is a good chance of reaching peace between the Palestinians and Israel. The headline said: "Informed sources told al-Quds: Trump will ask Israel to present its map with its final borders". And the Western Wall, it's been holy to Jews since the destruction of the second temple, almost two thousand years ago. The Israeli prime minister loathed the Obama administration.
  • Congressman Al Green has been threatened with lynching

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    In this Monday, May 15, 2017 photo, Congressman Al Green speaks to media during a press conference in which he called for the impeachment of President Donald Trump at the Houston Congressional District Office in Houston . On Tuesday, Green laid out his case to ABC News' Ben Siegel: "I think the president has committed an impeachable act, and having done so, he should be impeached".
  • Israelis on edge before Trump Visit

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    White House officials fear such a relocation would infuriate Palestinians, who also claim the city as their capital. Hanan Ashrawi, a senior official in the Palestine Liberation Organisation, said Palestinians were taking Trump's efforts with "a very strong dose of healthy skepticism".
  • James Comey to testify in public session

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    A memo reportedly written by Comey was subsequently leaked, and it revealed that the president had asked Comey to end the investigation into former national security adviser Michael Flynn's ties to Russian Federation. Mr Trump has insisted at times the decision was his alone, but he also has pointed to a "very strong" recommendation from Deputy Attorney-General Rod Rosenstein.
  • Weiner pleads guilty in sexting case, could go to prison

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    The same day, the embattled former congressman pleaded guilty to sexting with a minor. Weiner, choking up and rubbing his forehead, said that last fall he "came to grips for the first time with the depths of my sickness". District Judge Loretta Preska how he had communicated with the teenager, "as I had done and continued to do with adult women", according to his plea statement, which was released by his attorney.