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Since March, Gaza witnesses protest every Friday because of Israel's unwillingness to accept the Palestinians' Right to Return, a United Nations recognized right for families and children of more than 750,000 Palestinians who left their homes, towns, and cities in 1948 when Israel was founded.
  • Abe, Modi agree to step up defense, economic ties

    Abe, Modi agree to step up defense, economic ties

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    He described the partnership between the two countries as a "winning combination". Modi chose Japan among the first nations to visit after taking power four years ago. "Prime Minister Modi is an outstanding leader of his great country". He said that the decision to establish a currency swap mechanism between the two nations reflects the growing closeness between India and Japan on mutual trust and economic cooperation.
  • Right-wing Bolsonaro wins Brazilian elections with landslide despite mass protests

    Right-wing Bolsonaro wins Brazilian elections with landslide despite mass protests

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    This is something that we should look at, because he has made very contradictory comments about the economy and it's hard really to know what's going to be his economic policy once he's in power. While highlighting Bolsonaro's "homophobic, racist, and misogynist statements ", the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC)gushedthat his win over Workers' Party candidate Fernando Haddad "could mean fresh opportunities for Canadian companies looking to invest in the resource-rich country" ...
  • Pittsburgh shooter hit with 29 federal charges: Justice Dept

    Pittsburgh shooter hit with 29 federal charges: Justice Dept

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    Two brothers in their 50s and a husband and wife in their 80s were among those killed, according to the list of victims released by officials on Sunday. "I think it is an unbelievable turnout", he said. The site says Bowers had accounts on other social media platforms. President Trump condemned the attack saying, " This evil anti-Semitic attack is an assault on all of us, it's an assault on humanity".
  • Germany’s Merkel reportedly ready to step down as party leader

    Germany’s Merkel reportedly ready to step down as party leader

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    Merkel also said she will seek re-election as head of her party, the Christian Democrats (CDU), and that she has no desire to serve as member of the German parliament ( Bundestag ), either. Andrea Nahles, the Social Democrats' leader, said that "the state of the government is unacceptable". It is still unclear who will replace Merkel as leader of her party, but CDU secretary general Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer has announced that she will run for the position.
  • Turkey hosts summit to seek solutions to end war in Syria

    Turkey hosts summit to seek solutions to end war in Syria

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    Now, Mr. Putin appears to favor a political settlement over prolonged, bloody warfare... Years of world leaders being in disagreement on Syria , is finally over after the leaders of Turkey, France, Germany, and Russian Federation presented a common vision on the war-torn country when they met in Istanbul .
  • Suspected Explosive Devices Mailed to Obama, Clintons, CNN

    Suspected Explosive Devices Mailed to Obama, Clintons, CNN

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    The packages stoked nationwide tensions and fears two weeks before major congressional midterm elections. Fox Business host Lou Dobbs , a prominent Trump sympathizer, called the bombs "fake" in a now-deleted tweet. The officials said the CNN bomb was crude but operational and was addressed to former CIA Director John Brennan , a CNN contributor. Fortunately, the bomb never went off and was detonated by Federal Bureau of Investigation agents.