• United Nations envoy: Jerusalem crisis could have 'catastrophic costs'

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    Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Tuesday waded into a security issue at the heart of heightened tensions between Palestinian protestors and Israeli security at Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem's Old City. Israel has removed controversial metal detectors at the entrance to a holy site in Jerusalem , aiming to ease tension after days of protests . The spike in tensions and the deaths of three Israelis and four Palestinians in violence on Friday and Saturday raised worldwide ...
  • Inflation subdued in the June quarter

    Inflation subdued in the June quarter

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    Australia's labor market strengthened for a fourth month in June led by a remarkable comeback in full-time jobs while the unemployment rate steadied at 5.6 percent. The metals and mining index rose as much as 2.5 percent, helped by the higher copper prices as well as strong gains in Chinese iron ore futures as investors refocused on China's robust steel sector.
  • Home Prices Linger at All-Time High

    Home Prices Linger at All-Time High

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    May was the ninth month in a row in which Seattle experienced the biggest year-over-year increase in home prices. The previously reported 0.7% increase for April, meanwhile, was revised to show a gain of 0.6%. The question as to whether or not the housing market is approaching another bubble has been a topic of discussion amongst the industry, especially as home prices continue to rise while inventory shrinks.
  • A pardon by the president, for the president?

    A pardon by the president, for the president?

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    S. President has the complete power to pardon, why think of that when only crime so far is LEAKS against us.FAKE NEWS", Trump tweeted Saturday. "He was just making the statement about the power of pardons", Scaramucci said. The Washington Post reports that this legal team is now looking into ways to undercut the Justice Department's special prosecutor, Robert Mueller, in his investigation.
  • Ajit Doval 'main schemer' of row: Chinese media

    Ajit Doval 'main schemer' of row: Chinese media

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    He said "On the North, we have China which has a large landmass, huge resources and a large standing army...." Reacting to India's move to launch an anti-dumping investigation over photovoltaic cells and units imported from the China, Taiwan, and Malaysia, Wang Hejun, head of the Ministry of Commerce's (MOC) trade remedy and investigation bureau, said China is paying close attention to the investigation and hopes India will conduct it in a prudent manner and as per relevant rules.
  • Al-Aqsa: Israel replaces metal detectors with surveillance cameras

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    Friday's main weekly Muslim prayers - which typically draw thousands to Al-Aqsa - brought the situation to a boil.Clashes erupted between Israeli security forces and Palestinians around the Old City, elsewhere in annexed east Jerusalem and in the occupied West Bank, leaving three Palestinians dead.
  • Wasserman Schultz aide arrested trying to leave the country

    Wasserman Schultz aide arrested trying to leave the country

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    According to the US District Court in DC, Awan is accused of attempting a $165,000 fraud against the Congressional Federal Credit Union, which provides mortgages for employees of the House of Representatives. "It was in the garage". "They recycled cabinets and lined them along the walls. We turned that stuff over". The Marine said Imran wanted the hard drives back so desperately that he threatened to sue the renter for stealing them.
  • Mahesh Babu Creates Ripples in Kollywood

    Mahesh Babu Creates Ripples in Kollywood

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    The sources close to film unit reveal that Tamil domestic rights and Tamil satellite rights have fetched 23 cr for the producer, which is the highest price in Mahesh's career. The movie has been slated for September 27th release all over. In the film, Mahesh plays an intelligence bureau officer and it is said that he performed most of the stunts sans a body double, leaving everybody on the sets stunned with his commitment.
  • No More Petrol, Diesel Cars in UK After 2040

    No More Petrol, Diesel Cars in UK After 2040

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    Instead he will consult on the idea in the autumn. The United Kingdom is set to follow in the footsteps of France and intends on banning the sale of new petrol and diesel vehicles from 2040 in a bid to tackle poor air quality. In May, Mr Gove's predecessor Andrea Leadsom proposed a "targeted" United Kingdom scrappage scheme for just 9,000 cars, with owners paid between £1,000 and £2,000 to scrap their auto or have them fitted with new emission controls.