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Israeli authorities gag journalists over Jerusalem shooting

He was reportedly known to Israel Police as a suspected terrorist and member of Hamas for several years. Malihi, a resident of Jerusalem , also died at the hospital from gunshot wounds to her upper body. Israeli police have been bracing for an increase in aggression during the Jewish high holidays. Israeli media reported the man had previously served multiple sentences for violent acts and was due to report to prison Sunday for another sentence over assaulting a police officer.

Email: Clinton campaign tried to move back Illinois primary

Clinton's current director of communications, Jennifer Palmieri, mocked Catholics and evangelicals alike while emailing John Halpin of the Center for American Progress. Podesta framed both Peña and Richardson as influencers who could help Clinton if they endorsed. But so far, Podesta refuses to authenticate the " leaked " emails and says Wikileaks falsely identified him when they first started dumping the docs.

We can't afford differences on terrorism: Modi tells Jinping

Stating that the reach of terrorism has become global, the Prime Minister said that terrorism "has grown more lethal and adept at the use of technology". President Sirisena, together with the heads of State of the member countries of the Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC Bangladesh India, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Nepal & Bhutan) will attend the BRICS Outreach Summit.

Trump on India: 'We're going to be best friends'

US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump lights a diya before delivering remarks to the Republican Hindu Coalition on Saturday. "We are actually pretty surprised seeing these signs here that Trump is great for India..." Unlike Hillary, who had vocally campaigned against PM Modi when he was Gujarat chief minister for several years in an alleged rights violations and riots case, Trump has courted the Indian Prime Minister.

Erdogan says Turkey to not take orders from Iraq

Iraq condemned the vote, and Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi warned Turkey risked triggering a regional war. "The court ruling came at a fit time for Maliki who will further assert himself and send a message to other political parties that he's still strong and almost impossible to ignore", Baghdad-based political analyst Wathiq al-Hashimi said.

Obama touts Clinton, blast Trump at Columbus fete

The Democratic presidential nominee said she tried to maintain her composure by interacting with the moderators rather than focus on the "string of accusations" Trump was putting forth. Trump's struggling candidacy is clearly having an impact on the Republican Party's ability to raise money. " Hillary Clinton will not change the Obamacare disaster, the out-of-control regulators or our awful foreign policy", said Sen.

Led coalition increases airstrikes on militant-held Mosul

Regarding Turkish troops deployed to Iraq's Bashika Camp that has recently become a source of tension between Ankara and Baghdad, Toner reiterated that all anti-Daesh efforts in Iraq should be done in coordination with the Iraqi government.

Obama congratulates Bob Dylan, one of his "favorite poets", on Nobel

So Dylan shares the prize with predecessors like Woody Guthrie, Pete Seeger, Odetta, Lead Belly, Hank Williams and rock's first poet, Chuck Berry. His albums have won a dozen Grammy Awards , and in 1988 Dylan was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio.

South Korea will shoot at Chinese boats fishing illegally, says coastguard

Seoul officials said Monday they've lodged a formal complaint with Beijing accusing Chinese fishing boats of ramming and sinking a South Korean coast guard vessel. The Coast Guard plans to notify its Chinese counterpart during the tracking process and request capture if the vessels enter Chinese waters. The current Maritime Policing Act allows the use of crew-served weapons in cases where ships or criminals attack Coast Guard offers with their vessels or risky weapons, but the permissions ...

Russian Federation vetoes United Nations resolution seeking end to bombing in Aleppo

The decision to move to a vote followed days of shuttle diplomacy by French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault, who traveled to Moscow and Washington to secure agreement on the draft resolution. election". Syrian government forces yesterday kept up their blistering assault on rebel-held eastern Aleppo after a divided UN Security Council failed to agree on a truce to "save" the war-battered city.

UK lawmakers press government for vote on Brexit-EU talks

Britain's government faces a court challenge on Thursday that could delay Brexit as lawyers argue Prime Minister Theresa May cannot take the country out of the European Union without a parliamentary vote. Labour demanded Wednesday's debate and Ms May accepted on condition that it would not undermine her negotiating strategy. Michael Hewson of CMC Markets said that trying to find a natural level for sterling is going to be hard in the short term.

Hhgregg joining retailers staying closed on Thanksgiving

Indianapolis-based retailer HH Gregg just announced all stores will be closed on Thanksgiving Day this year. Sales on Black Friday fell 12%, to $10.2 billion, last year compared with the previous year, according to ShopperTrak . Louis Galleria, which was open on the holiday a year ago. Saturday: 9 a.m. - 10 p.m. CBL & Associates Properties, Inc., owner of Brookfield Square, announced the decision through a press release.

Syrian Refugees Praised For Seizing Fugitive In Germany

Die Welt said other asylum seekers had grown suspicious when Albakr approached them for help in finding an apartment in the eastern state of Saxony because he apparently had large sums of USA dollars and wanted to live alone. Albakr, who had been granted asylum in Germany, was among 890,000 migrants who arrived in the country a year ago, many of them from Syria . "But I am so grateful that Germany took us in.

Bermuda prepares for hurricane as storm strengthens

Eastern Canada may be susceptible to the strength of Hurricane Nicole.It is expected that the storm will mostly following its northern trajectory, but it is anyone's guess where it will land exactly. Near the coast, the surge will be accompanied by large and destructive waves. Back on September 23rd Tropical Storm Karl passed just east of the archipelago with sustained winds 65 of about miles per hour causing coastal erosion and flooding in several areas.

Man Shot By Tulsa Officer Had PCP In His System

Toxicology reports show that Terence Crutcher tested positive for PCP as well as another hallucinogenic drug. Several officers approached Crutcher, and one of them, Betty Shelby, fired at him while his hands were up beside the vehicle, according to police.

Paul Ryan Tells House Republicans He Won't Defend Donald Trump

Trump was asked Sunday about Pence's statement in the vice presidential debate that the USA should be prepared to strike military targets of Syrian President Bashar Assad to intervene in the country's humanitarian crisis. Republicans are seriously anxious about holding onto House control for the first time in years, fretting that Trump's flailing campaign will drag down even members in normally safe districts.

Civil War Cannonballs Unearthed By Hurricane Matthew Near Fort Sumter

Beck, who served two terms as Folly Beach mayor in the 1980s, says it wasn't the first time or perhaps the last time that cannonballs would be found on Folly Beach. A lot of them were stuck together by rust, Live 5 said. Fifteen Civil War cannonballs were found on a beach in SC after Hurricane Matthew passed, according to authorities, who detonated most of the explosives before transporting a small number of them to the nearby Naval Base.

Jerusalem terror attack leaves two Israelis dead, several injured

The 60-year-old woman, identified as Levanah Malichi, also died. Police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said the shooter had used a.556-caliber automatic rifle, in contrast to the crude, homemade firearms typically used in past attacks. Israel has warned that the potential for violence could rise as the Jewish high holidays approach once again and has beefed up its security presence.

Canada Unveils Carbon Price, Alberta Demands Pipeline in Return

The Canadian Taxpayers' Federation calculates the Trudeau government's $50 a tonne carbon tax will cost the average household about $2,600. In a statement , Official Opposition Leader Brian Jean said Notley shouldn't support the federal plan at all, and that tying pipeline approval to taxation "sets a risky precedent".

Police, Stephen King weigh in on creepy clown sightings

Most of the social media posts were attributed to a "clown joke", possibly linked to numerous clown sightings throughout the nation. "Almost ran over six kids last night in Long Lake who jumped in front of my vehicle with clown costumes on", still another person said.

Salina Police Issues Statement on "Creepy Clown" Sightings

Officers believe the people dressed as clowns were doing so for attention and to cause fear. Reports of creepy clown sightings have been growing since the first report emerged in August in SC. There have been numerous reports of creepy clowns popping up in communities across North America over the past month, including some in Nova Scotia, with most being hoaxes or social media-fuelled pranks.

Poland's Right-Wing Leaders Listen to Women, Back Off Abortion Ban

Members of the ruling right-wing Law and Justice party, joined by lawmakers from other parties, voted against the proposal. Abortion is now only allowed in a minority of cases involving rape or incest, or if the mother's life is in danger or the fetus is badly damaged.

South African official says campus minority wants 'anarchy'

Tear gas, stun grenades and rubber bullets have been fired to disperse a large group of students protesting on the Braamfontein campus of the University of Witwatersrand on Tuesday. They are calling for the five suspended students to be allowed to return to campus, says Fisher. The government said it will cover fee increases of poor university students in 2017, but protesters rejected the concession.

Israel's leaders lay wreaths beside casket of Shimon Peres

As a young man, Peres worked to build up the Israel military, even to include nuclear weapons. The visibly shaken minister, Aryeh Deri, told reporters at a Tel Aviv hospital that he had been praying for Peres at his bedside. French President Francois Hollande confirmed he would be present, alongside his predecessor, Nicolas Sarkozy. Peres remained in the public eye after retirement.

Migrants end protest march, to return to Serbia

More than a million migrants and refugees crossed through Greece and on to other EU countries since the start of 2016, while over 60,000 have been stranded in the country since the EU-Turkey deal took effect and the Balkan transit route north was closed.

Jeremy Hunt Tackled For Foreign Doctors Crackdown With '#NotAllHunts' Praise Of Medics

He also revealed that the first thing he did after being told by Theresa May he would continuing as Health Secretary under her premiership was to put the NHS badge he usually wears back on his lapel. Indeed, following the five years in which labour increased the NHS budget in real terms by nearly 50%, the Kings Fund calculated that 43% of that extra taxpayer investment went on inflation in NHS pay and prices - that's £18.9 billion which could instead have been spent on extra doctors, nurses or ...

Polish PM distances government from total abortion ban

Jarosław Gowin, the minister of science and higher education, said on Wednesday that the protest " caused us to think and taught us humility ". Last Saturday, 1 October, thousands of protesters dressed in black came together in front of the Polish parliament.

Colombia's 'No' sends Nobel peace chances up in smoke

The Colombian government's chief negotiator in peace talks with the FARC, Humberto de la Calle , offered his resignation Monday after voters narrowly rejected a peace deal with the rebels. Former president and senator Álvaro Uribe, who led the campaign against the accord, did not even attend the emergency meeting, nor did the leaders of his party.

Kelly Clarkson Remembers Embarrassing First Encounter With President Barack Obama

Further talking about her personal life, Clarkson said she doesn't want more children. " Extra " special correspondent Hilaria Baldwin hung out with Kelly Clarkson at our H&M studios in NYC's Times Square, where she revealed she is working on a new album! When you choose to go on a date with someone, I just wanted a meal and a laugh and that's it.

HK party says Joshua Wong has been detained in Thailand

Earlier this year, Wong launched a new political party - Demosist? - with the aim of winning representation in Hong Kong's decision-making body, the Legislative Council so he could push his party's pro-democracy agenda. "I have not had a chance to speak to Wong since he was detained at the airport". The Thammasat massacre of October 6, 1976, remains a deeply sensitive issue in Thailand's blood-flecked recent history.