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The Trump administration says it is still committed to Palestinian-Israeli talks, that Israel's capital would be in Jerusalem under any serious peace plan, and that it has not taken a position on the city's borders. Today's protest, organized by the Islamist Prosperous Justice Party, was the second since Trump's decision on Thursday. Four Palestinians were killed either in clashes or from Israeli air strikes in retaliation for rockets fired from the Gaza Strip.
  • Al Jazira books Real Madrid clash

    Al Jazira books Real Madrid clash

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    Among the injured players who have entered the Zidane squad are Raphael Varane and Gareth Bale. They were in action in the Primera Liga on Saturday as they defeated Sevilla 5-0, with Ronaldo on the scoresheet twice. Just doing that we wrote history. "I know what it is like to play against the best team or one of the best teams in the world, it is an honour, especially for the boys".
  • Aggie Football Player Arrested for Threatening People with Rifle

    Aggie Football Player Arrested for Threatening People with Rifle

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    Sunday morning, CSPD officers detained both Henderson, 23, and the driver 24-year-old Terry Lechler Florez Jr., as they left the apartment complex. Police discovered the rifle that had been discarded in a a wooded area, with the victims identifying Henderson as the assailant and the retrieved weapon as the one wielded by the football player.
  • 12 political cartoons on the U.S. embassy's move to Jerusalem and more

    12 political cartoons on the U.S. embassy's move to Jerusalem and more

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    Sisi's invitation to Abbas came days after US President Donald Trump announced his country's recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and relocation of the US embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. The group, comprising 57 member states, has said it stands by its position that Jerusalem is an integral part of Palestinian territory that has been occupied by Israel since 1967.
  • Snow disruption could 'cut off' rural areas, Met Office warns

    Snow disruption could 'cut off' rural areas, Met Office warns

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    The Met Office has issued weather warnings for wind, snow and ice. If the satellite imagery is anything to go by, then the United Kingdom will get shafted pretty hard by the storm too, with the Met Office issuing warnings of their own. Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) director of customer operations Dale Cargill said: 'We would also like to apologise to any customers who remain off supply and would like to reassure them that we are well prepared and resourced to carry our ...
  • Indian shot in Chicago; family asks for Sushma Swaraj's help

    Indian shot in Chicago; family asks for Sushma Swaraj's help

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    Akbar, a resident of Meerpet went to the U.S. to pursue Masters in Computer Systems Networking at DeVry University in Chicago. Mohammad Akbar, a 30-year-old student hailing from Hyderabad , was shot in his right cheek on December 6. He is is undergoing treatment at a hospital in the US. "We are yet to know more. We have applied for an emergency visa to go to the US", Shafi said. "My father has gone into depression after the incident", said Ashraf, the Times of India reported.
  • North County Again Target For Lake Effect Snow

    North County Again Target For Lake Effect Snow

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    However, another band of lake-effect snow will develop over the lake later and eventually move back on shore Sunday night across the east-side snow belt. The snow continues on Tuesday, with 3 to 5 more inches possible during the day and 3 to 5 additional inches potentially on Tuesday night. But some 6 to 10 inches could fall over Chautauqua, Cattaraugus and southern Erie counties from Sunday morning to late Sunday night, and travel conditions may be hard, the Weather Service said.
  • Bears vs. Bengals: Winners and Losers

    Bears vs. Bengals: Winners and Losers

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    He finished 25-of-32 for 271 yards and one touchdown against Cincinnati's depleted secondary. Kendall Wright had 10 catches for 107 yards, helping Chicago (4-9) snap a five-game losing streak. The Bears rushed for 232 yards. He had 1,313 yards last season and brought his total this season to 1,032 yards Sunday. Bengals DT Ryan Glasgow made his first start of the season in place of Geno Atkins , who is battling a toe injury.
  • 4th victim discovered in recent Detroit highway shootings

    4th victim discovered in recent Detroit highway shootings

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    Shortly after, at about 3:04 a.m. the vehicle of Chesterfield man driving to work was shot on westbound I-94 near Conner, according to Michigan State Police. Neither of the drivers on I-96 were hurt. State police say the same gray or silver sedan was seen at two of the three shootings, which happened early Thursday.
  • Boy, 13, trying to kill bed bug accidentally sets apartment complex ablaze

    Boy, 13, trying to kill bed bug accidentally sets apartment complex ablaze

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    The fire caused up to $250,000 of damage according to initial estimates, reports Fox 19 . There was an open flame nearby which ignited the alcohol and the fire then spread rapidly through the house. 8) heavily damaged a five-unit building and sent three people to a hospital to be treated for smoke inhalation. The Red Cross is finding lodging for the three teenagers and seven adults who are affected.
  • Wall of Fire Bears Down on Santa Barbara Gateway Towns

    Wall of Fire Bears Down on Santa Barbara Gateway Towns

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    The Santa Barbara Office of Emergency Management sent out another emergency alert at 2:49 a.m. clarifying that the evacuation order was for the area north of Carpinteria only and did not include Isla Vista or Goleta. It was not known whether any were in residence during the fires. The Ventura County Fire Department said firefighters made some headway on surrounding the fire, increasing containment from 10 percent on Friday night to 15 percent by Saturday morning.
  • Roy Moore accuser amends part of her account about inscription in yearbook

    Roy Moore accuser amends part of her account about inscription in yearbook

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    Trump asked the crowd in Pensacola on Friday. Then in a small, whiny voice, Trump noted, "There was a little mistake made, she started writing things in the yearbook - what are we gonna do?" I don't know what's going to happen Tuesday. Trump, who overcame allegations of sexual misconduct to win last year's presidential election, looked past the charges against Moore and formally endorsed the former Alabama judge this week for the seat once held by Jeff Sessions, now the US attorney general.
  • Senator Collins says undecided on final tax bill vote

    Senator Collins says undecided on final tax bill vote

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    Also, 66 percent of Republicans predict they will receive a tax cut and 75 percent believe the legislation will significantly boost the USA economy. Collins' vote was important since the Senate approved the bill by 51-49 vote after an 11th-hour scramble.
  • Palestinian FM: US becomes part of conflict not broker

    Palestinian FM: US becomes part of conflict not broker

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    The vice president was scheduled to meet Abbas in Bethlehem on December 19. Protesters, some of them waving Palestinian flags, set fires in the street and threw projectiles toward security forces that had barricaded the main road to the US Embassy in the Awkar area north of Beirut.