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It was one in two incidents in which three Palestinians armed with semi-automatic weapons and knives attacked Israeli guards in the Old City. Border Police Chief Sergeant Hadas Malka was stabbed to death. In that time , some 250 Palestinians were killed by Israeli fire. The third terrorist was eliminated as well, but not before he succeeded in fatally stabbing the border policewoman.
  • US Secret Service says does not have any White House tapes

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    The US Secret Service says it does not have any audio recordings or transcripts of US President Donald Trump's White House conversations. Specifically, the Wall Street Journal requested any information pertaining to all recording systems installed by the Secret Service or any other agency within the White House on or after November 8, 2017, as well as any recordings or transcripts of any recordings made after the inauguration within the White House.
  • More than 100 IS fighters attack Iraqi forces in Mosul

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    Al-Dahlaki said the compromised meal served for iftar, which marks the breaking of fast during Islam's holy month of Ramadan, included meat, rice, yogurt, a bean sauce and water. USA -backed Iraqi forces have been battling the extremists in Mosul, the country's second largest city, since October. About 800,000 people, more than a third of the prewar population of Mosul, have already fled the city, seeking refuge with friends and relatives or in camps.
  • Cooper: Something for Russia, Iran, Trump

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    Lawmakers also voted overwhelmingly earlier on Thursday to add provision to the bill allowing the usa space agency NASA to continue using Russian-made rocket engines and reaffirming the US commitment to the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation alliance.
  • Ajax appoint former reserve-team boss Marcel Keizer as first-team manager

    Ajax appoint former reserve-team boss Marcel Keizer as first-team manager

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    Keizer has previously coached Telstar, FC Emmen and Cambuur. "I was ready to start the new season with Jong Ajax again, but you never know what happens in football". "It's appropriate for Ajax to look internally for a replacement, in the past many coaches have been appointed from within their own club". " He knows the players, the organisation and supports the club's philosophy ", added Van der Sar, one of the most-capped Dutch national players who also took the field for Ajax , ...
  • London fire: Multitude of fatalities, 50 admitted to hospitals

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    Prime Minister Theresa May , who ordered a public inquiry into the disaster, was criticized on Thursday for visiting the scene of the fire, but talking to officials rather than victims or survivors. "I really hope it won't, but it may increase", he said. Grief and disbelief at seeing a tower that had been home to up to 600 people reduced to a burned-out shell turned to outrage and anger.
  • People 'Are Missing,' Presumed Dead After London Tower Blaze

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    Police have said it could take months to search the building and some victims might never be identified. She visited the former apartment building on Thursday and failed to even speak to survivors . Engineering experts and fire safety specialists believe the building's exterior cladding may have quickly fuelled the blaze, overwhelming fire protection devices.
  • Trump could force out Rosenstein, fail to stop Russia probe

    Trump could force out Rosenstein, fail to stop Russia probe

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    In separate closed-door meetings with the House and the Senate, Rosenstein said his memo was "not a statement of reasons to justify a for-cause termination". Friday's tweet marked the first time Mr Trump has publicly acknowledged he is under investigation. Mr Comey testified it would be up to Mr Mueller to decide whether Mr Trump's action amounted to obstruction of justice, an act that could be cited in any effort in the Republican-led Congress to impeach him and remove him from ...
  • US Navy Destroyer Collides With Merchant Vessel Off Coast Of Japan

    US Navy Destroyer Collides With Merchant Vessel Off Coast Of Japan

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    The warship was towed back to Yokosuka, escorted by a Japanese coast guard ship, naval officials said. Nippon Yusen K.K., the Japanese company operating the merchant vessel, said the 20 member Filipino crew aboard the ship was safe. Rita Schrimsher, of Athens, Alabama, told the Associated Press that she was relieved after speaking with her 23-year-old grandson Jackson Schrimsher.
  • Newt Gingrich leading charge against Mueller for President Trump

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    Those words, of course, do not square with perhaps the most famous vote Gingrich ever cast as a member of Congress - a vote in favor of the impeachment of then-President Bill Clinton . Gingrich on Friday said he has warned the president and Trump's aides of just how serious the current investigations are. Gingrich was not the only one to say this, former White House chief strategist for the Bush administration Karl Rove holds the same views on Mueller.