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OCHA said worldwide experts have been unable to enter Gaza, delaying much-needed aid projects, while local union officials say 4,000 fishermen have not set sail since Saturday. "Israel, Hamas and Egypt should change their policies to protect the vital work of human rights groups seeking to protect Palestinians and Israelis from abuses by the authorities and armed groups", Bashi said.
  • Ex-Trump campaign boss slams report on Ukraine ties

    Ex-Trump campaign boss slams report on Ukraine ties

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    Federal authorities have announced they are probing Manafort's accounts, but it was unclear if the loans were on their radar. The New York Times is reporting Manafort received $13 million in loans from two businesses with ties to President Donald Trump, including one with connections to Ukrainian-born billionaire and another led by a Trump economic adviser.
  • British student stabbed to death in Jerusalem

    British student stabbed to death in Jerusalem

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    A 30-year-old pregnant woman and a 50-year-old man were also hurt, but NBC News reported it was likely because the train came to a sudden halt . A woman was critically wounded in a stabbing attack near the Old City in Jerusalem . He added that Tamimi had attempted suicide earlier this year and was convicted of an indecent assault on his daughter in 2011. "This is another incident of many in which a Palestinian suffering from mental health or personal issues has chosen to carry out an ...
  • Video Shows Massive Bomb Strike

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    The use of the weapon in Thursday's attack was the first time it had been used in combat, and only the third time the United States had ever detonated one of the weapons, which cost $16 million apiece. "It was an ear-splitting blast", said Shah Wali, 46, who lives in the village of Goor Gari. "We were unable to see each other at home because of the excessive dust inside the room", he said.
  • Sunny Friday and Saturday; Easter Sunday likely wet in the north valley

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    A calm wind will blow in the morning. The weekend pattern of morning fog and scattered afternoon storms continues into early next week. Southwest wind 8 to 16 miles per hour. Southeast wind around 6 miles per hour. By morning many spots in be in the upper 20s. Monday: A 50 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms. A decent cold front will move through the Arklatex next weekend.
  • Strike kills 15, including 4 kids, in Syria's Idlib: Monitor

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    Trump would say he's simply flexible, an emerging foreign policy doctrine that leaves room for evolution and uncertainty. And thought some Democrats have criticized her hawkishness toward Syria and Assad in the past, she also mentioned Trump's policy, saying, "We can not speak in one breath of protecting Syrian babies and in the next close American doors to them".
  • Egyptian parliament approves state of emergency

    Egyptian parliament approves state of emergency

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    The attacks happened at two Coptic Christian churches, one in Tanta and one in Alexandria, and were packed with people celebrating Palm Sunday. The recent attack is only the latest among a series of attacks on Coptic Christians, who happen to be a religious minority in Egypt .
  • Governor's egg hunt back on after fugitive captured

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    The church is partnering with the Jamestown Lions Club and will be held at the JCC Shelter House located at the back of the church property. The rain date will be Easter Sunday, April 16. There will be four different age divisions: ages: 1-2, 3-4, 5-7 and 8-10 years old. April is kite-flying month, and the Cumberland Heritage Village Museum is inviting everyone to "hop into spring" with egg-dyeing and kite-flying on Saturday from 10 a.m.to 4 p.m.
  • After attacks, Egypt's Pope curbs Easter celebrations

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    In a rare show of discontent and anger, several dioceses and monasteries across the country issued similar statements, blaming the government for failing to protect churches. The past days witnessed a sharp increase in security measures across the country, with checkpoints set up along the roads that lead to the main churches in Cairo and its adjoining governorate of Giza.
  • Pentagon releases video showing 'mother of all bombs' strike

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    U.S. forces took "all precautions necessary to prevent civilian casualties and collateral damage", he said. In this May 2004 photo, a group gathers around a GBU-43B, or massive ordnance air blast (MOAB) weapon, on display at the Air Force Armament Museum on Eglin Air Force Base near Valparaiso, Fla.
  • Mauro Ranallo Not Expected To Make WWE Return

    Mauro Ranallo Not Expected To Make WWE Return

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    A fan just got kicked out for holding a "JBL Bullied Me" sign. Having last appeared on the March 7th episode of both shows, Ranallo isn't expected to return to WWE television before his contract expires on August 12th, 2017, according to a new report from CBS Sports .