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"Don't Test Israel", Benjamin Netanyahu Tells Iran, Showing Drone Piece

He pointed out that the agreement was similar to the infamous 1938 " Munich Agreement" that Western powers signed with Adolf Hitler in an attempt to stave off war in Europe , shortly before World War II broke out. Iran mocked Netanyahu's tough words, saying Israel's reputation for "invincibility" had crumbled after one of its jets was shot down following a bombing run in Syria . Read More

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Pakistan sentences man to death for rape and murder of girl, 7

Pakistan sentences man to death for rape and murder of girl, 7

Eight-year-old Zainab Amin's body was found lying dead in a trash heap in Kasur on January 9, 2018. Her death brought rampaging mobs onto the streets in search of her killer. Ehtesham Qadir, the public prosecutor, said while Imran has the right to appeal, the verdict can not be challenged since Imran confessed to eight similar attacks, including Zainab's. Read More

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Romney focusing Senate bid on Utah

Romney focusing Senate bid on Utah

Utah conservatives must ask themselves: Is Romney the candidate best suited to represent them in the United States Senate? Since telling the Deseret News a year ago this month that he was leaving the door open for another run for political office, the 2012 GOP presidential nominee has been coy about his future. Read More

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Israeli attorney general lauds police probe into Netanyahu

Israeli attorney general lauds police probe into Netanyahu

The report said the plan was to produce "low-cost Tata-brand cars". But on Wednesday evening, the official called the whole incident "a misunderstanding" and "water under the bridge", saying it will not have any diplomatic influence. In a visible sign of Netanyahu's popularity, a video from Israel's Kan public broadcasting company showed the prime minister receiving strong support from passersby as a reporter winds her way through the Machane Yehuda outdoor market in Jerusalem , asking them ... Read More

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Funeral prayers of Asma Jahangir offered in Lahore

Funeral prayers of Asma Jahangir offered in Lahore

Jahangir's sister, lawyer and human rights activist Hina Jilani, told Geo News that "the way she [Asma] lived, it's not just the family's loss but also of those who are voiceless and whose voices she raised". As a team consisting of lawyers and young feminists, we stand on Asma's shoulders and tread the path blazed by her. She brought many cases to Pakistan's courts on behalf of underrepresented communities, including religious minorities and women. Read More

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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's motorcade involved in United States crash, three injured

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's motorcade involved in United States crash, three injured

And so is Mexico. "The statements that have been coming out of the Philippines on the potential or possible uses of those helicopters have given us cause to need to follow up on that, and that's exactly what we're doing". He has threatened to pull out unless the deal requires more auto production in the US, while shifting additional government contracts to USA companies. Read More

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SC Deferes Ayodhya Case Hearing to March 14

SC Deferes Ayodhya Case Hearing to March 14

A special bench headed by chief justice Dipak Misra said it will hear the appeals on March 14 and clarified that it never meant to hear the case on a "day-to-day basis". He also said the government should pass a legislation to pave the way for construction of the temple. The bench also expressed its reservation on hearing the matter on day-to-day basis and said, once the matter will start it will go on in normal course. Read More

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SuRie wins Eurovision: You Decide 2018!

SuRie wins Eurovision: You Decide 2018!

SuRie says she'll want to be left alone just before she performs Storm so she can collect her thoughts. Her background is in classical oboe, piano and singing - and she performed as a child soloist at the Royal Albert Hall and St Paul's Cathedral, where her audience included Prince Charles. Read More

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Crude, gasoline inventories rise, as does demand

Crude, gasoline inventories rise, as does demand

Surging shale production is poised to push United States oil output to more than 10 million barrels per day - toppling a record set in 1970 and crossing a threshold few could have imagined even a decade ago. The level of American oil production has 40 years of records . International Energy Agency data shows that in the fourth quarter of 2017, refinery runs hit a record 81.5 million barrels per day (bpd). Read More

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Polish President Will Sign Holocaust Law

Polish President Will Sign Holocaust Law

Of the 3.2 million Jews who lived in Poland before World War II, over three million were killed under the Nazi regime. On Friday, the Israeli Embassy in Warsaw said Israel did not oppose Poland's fight to stop the use of the phrase " Polish death camps", saying the proper term for sites such as Auschwitz was "German Nazi camps". Read More

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