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The Latest on developments in Israel and the Palestinian territories (all times local): 7:40 p.m. Israel's minister of public security says metal detectors set at the entrance to a major Jerusalem shrine that angered Palestinians could be removed if police have another way of ensuring security there. Gilad Erdan told Channel 2 TV Sunday the devices could be replaced if police have an alternative security program. But he said there is no such plan at the moment. [Read More]
President Erdogan seeks to defuse the diplomatic rift between Qatar and the so-called siege states. [Read More]
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Israel has installed security cameras near the entrance to one of the holiest sites in Jerusalem as tensions between Israelis and Palestinians edge higher following a violent week. [Read More]
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The US president was said to have inquired about his power to pardon himself or family members. [Read More]
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Point of Ayr Colliery was one of the last to be mechanised and pit ponies were used until 1968. [Read More]
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Caldicot Comprehensive appeals for help in search for "important part of the school's history". [Read More]
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Planes drop nearly 80,000 liters to put out fires during 36 missions. [Read More]
Prescribing homeopathy is a waste of taxpayer funds. [Read More]
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Making recessions less likely would go a long way to helping workers, boosting incomes, and reducing poverty. The Democratic Party should focus on this instead of the radical policies that dominating the debate. [Read More]
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Israel set up new security cameras Sunday at the entrance to a sensitive Jerusalem holy site as officials consider alternatives to recently installed metal detectors that set off a weekend …... [Read More]
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A new Illinois law compels pro-life healthcare personnel to counsel women about abortion and give them information about places that do abortions. It was challenged on First Amendment grounds and a federal judge has issued an injunction against its enforcement. [Read More]
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Retired doctor says Mandela family requested that the book be written, but would not say which relatives gave permission. [Read More]
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Scott Blumstein says winning is 'just the best feeling' but he was not motivated by the money. [Read More]
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A new mother to Soltan Jackson, her son with Jermaine Jackson, Soltan divulges her struggles with breastfeeding, finding balance, and dealing with selfish friends. [Read More]
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Activists rally for Charlie Gard; case back in court Monday. [Read More]
Republicans and Democrats reached agreement on legislation that allows new sanctions against Russia, Iran and North Korea... [Read More]
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Civilians in Raqqa rejoiced after they were led to freedom by US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces... [Read More]
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UK foreign secretary hails Qatar's call for talks and urges Saudi-led group to take steps towards lifting the embargo. [Read More]
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This week's milestones in the history of technology include the 20th anniversary of Apple releasing OS 8, the invention of the integrated circuit by Jack Kilby and Robert Noyce, the first desktop computer from IBM, and the launch of the internet-brings-peace-and-world-harmony bubble. [Read More]
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Residents of nearby communities waved Israeli flags along the funeral procession route of the murdered Jewish family. [Read More]
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