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Israel's Leviathan gas field signs export deal with Jordan

Israel's Leviathan gas field signs export deal with Jordan

The firms in 2014 signed a letter of intent to sell roughly 1.6 trillion cubic feet of natural gas to Jordan'sNational Electric Power Co. over 15 years from Leviathan. The deal, the statement read, "enhances opportunities for regional cooperation and makes Jordan part of regional projects by the European Union and the Union for the Mediterranean aimed at taking advantage of gas finds in the eastern Mediterranean". Read More

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Authorities: Female Victim In Cascade Mall Shooting Was Probation Officer

Police said Arcan Cetin was arrested in Oak Harbor at around 6:30 p.m. while walking down the street - one night after the shooting at Burlington's Cascade Mall sparked a massive search for the suspect. Four women and one man died in the shooting Friday night at a Macy's store at the Cascade Mall in Burlington. Burlington Mayor Steve Sexton urged potential witnesses to send in tips after the shooting so police could "get that son of a bitch who did this to our community", CNN reported. Read More

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Leicester bank on Slimani experience against Porto

Leicester bank on Slimani experience against Porto

The season is only six Premier League matches old but Ranieri's side have already endured as many defeats (three) as they did in the whole of their title-winning campaign. They've changed the rules. French midfielder Nampalys Mendy misses the game with an ankle injury. In addition to a fitness update, Ranieri admitted that his side, who began life in the Champions League with a memorable 3-0 win away to Club Brugge, seem to be scared when defending set-pieces and also revealed that ... Read More

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Iraq pushes IS out from town in mission Mosul

Recently, parts of a Mosul university student's diary were released by the BBC, offering a rare glimpse into the everyday life of people in Mosul after ISIS took over. We call on the worldwide community to maintain further their support for the sheltering and return of IDPs, especially, with the forthcoming battle to fully liberate Nineveh and the anticipated increase of displaced persons, he said. Read More

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Bosnian prosecutor to probe disputed Bosnian Serb referendum

Bosnian prosecutor to probe disputed Bosnian Serb referendum

The referendum has led to the most heated debate between Bosnian Muslim and Bosnian Serb officials since the 1995 US -brokered Dayton peace accords created Republika Srpska as one of two constituent states within Bosnia. Bosnian Serbs voted overwhelmingly on Sunday in favor of the holiday , which Bosnia's Constitutional Court had ruled discriminatory against Muslim Bosniaks and Catholic Croats because it coincided with a Serbian Orthodox Christian festival. Read More

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Hillary Clinton addresses health rumours

Jennifer Palmieri, Clinton's communications director, said the candidate's break from the campaign trail helped her "sharpen the final argument she will present to voters in these closing weeks". It took several hours for her personal physician to disclose she had been diagnosed with pneumonia two days earlier, raising tough questions about her campaign's transparency. Read More

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Mundelein man killed in shooting on U. of I. campus

Mundelein man killed in shooting on U. of I. campus

George Korchev, 21, of Mundelein, was pronounced dead at Carle Foundation Hospital at 1:02 a.m., according to Champaign County coroner Duane Northrup. Police said preliminary investigations suggest that the two shootings may be related. University students received an alert about the shooting from the school around 1am and were told to avoid the area. Read More

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Pakistan ready for unconditional talks with India: Sartaj Aziz

In a statement on Thursday, he said that Pakistan sent a positive message to the struggle of Kashmiris for liberation and their right to self-determination. Li expressed the hope that situation between India and Pakistan would not escalate. Recent statement of Indian Prime Minister was yet another proof of Indian involvement in terrorism and terror financing in Pakistan aimed at destabilizing the country. Read More

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Turkey's Erdogan says US sent weapons to Kurdish fighters in Syria

Turkey's Erdogan says US sent weapons to Kurdish fighters in Syria

Since the beginning of Operation Euphrates Shield , 1,077 detected targets have been hit, the statement added. "We're in deliberation right now about what exactly to do about the Syrian Democratic Forces", Marine Gen. Turkey says the Syria incursion - dubbed operation Euphrates Shield - is needed to ensure permanent security in the border area by eliminating the presence of both IS jihadists and Kurdish militia fighters. Read More

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Bombing suspect needs access to attorney, lawyer says

Bombing suspect needs access to attorney, lawyer says

Kang reported from Elizabeth, New Jersey. New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Monday that Rahami was the only suspect so far, and that there was every reason to believe the bombings were acts of terrorism. He remains hospitalized. Rahami is already facing state charges in connection with the shootout. The documents also indicate that a diary, which authorities say is Rahami's, refers to calls for jihad at home if one is unable to travel and mentions "brother Osama Bin Laden". Read More

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Kerry, Lavrov discuss Syria in New York: Moscow

However now, documents about the Syria ceasefire, including the same one released by AP as well as those dated earlier this year, can be found on the website of the US State Department. President Bashar al-Assad said in an interview with AP News broadcast on Thursday that Syria's war will "drag on" as long as it is part of a global conflict funded and interfered in by other countries. Read More

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