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Protesters have launched sympathy marches in several major towns in the West Bank, such as Hebron and Ramallah. Barghouti, along with Karim Younis, Maher Younis and Mahmoud Abu Sorour, were isolated and placed in solitary confinement at the Jalameh prison in northern Israel after being transferred from Hadarim Prison, located some 20 kilometers from Tel Aviv .
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    Explaining his vote against, he said: "The key thing here is the fixed term parliament act was put in place by the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats to give them some sort of protection against destabilisation and a general election being called before they wanted one".
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    Trump said the strike was justified by USA claims that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad conducted a chemical weapons attack on civilians only days before. North Korea has said it sees the United States' installation of THAAD and its other military manoeuvres in the region as preparation for an attack.
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    The US has not ruled out additional strikes against the regime should it opt to use chemical weapons in the future. His comments, aired Wednesday on Fox Business News, come less than a week after Trump ordered a retaliatory strike on Syria based on USA evidence that Syrian President Bashar Assad attacked civilians with chemical weapons.
  • USA accuses Iran of 'alarming provocations'

    USA accuses Iran of 'alarming provocations'

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    North Korea said it may test missiles on a weekly basis, and warned of "all-out war" if the U.S. takes military action. "The Trump administration has no intention of passing the buck to a future administration on Iran", he said at a hurriedly convened press briefing yesterday.
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    On Friday , the U.S. carried out missile strikes on a Syrian air base it says is suspected of storing chemical weapons. "He is poisoning the innocent people of Syria with weapons that were banned 100 years ago - and he is poisoning the reputation of Russian Federation", he said.
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    Beyond that , the "basics" of the original authorization seem to suggest that the EPA would be establishing, enforcing, providing research for, and enabling others to comply with policies meant to protect the environment - just as many laypeople expect it should.
  • Palestinian prisoners on mass hunger strike

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    Polls suggest that Palestinians are not deterred by Barghouti's terrorist record, and is the most popular choice among them to succeed the 82-year-old Abbas. "This massive strike sends a strong message to the Israelis, after 50 years of occupation, suppression and oppression, that the prisoners. will lead their people from behind bars", she said.
  • Rex Tillerson says Russian meddling in U.S. election is 'well-established'

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    As Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said after emerging from a almost two-hour meeting with Putin, "there is a low level of trust between our two countries". "I don't remember a case of a dictator being removed smoothly without violence", said Lavrov , lamenting past efforts to remove Slobodan Milosevic from Serbia, Saddam Hussein from Iraq, and Moammar Gadhafi from Libya.
  • Georgia special election result lets both sides claim victory

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    A runoff election will be held June 20 but there are those who believe Tuesday was Ossoff's best shot at taking the seat, although the race is expected to remain competitive. "Glad to be of help!" Trump recorded a robocall to Republicans in the district and attacked Ossoff on Twitter repeatedly on Monday and Tuesday. "I don't know", Sanders replied.
  • Three killed at anti-government protests in Venezuela

    Three killed at anti-government protests in Venezuela

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    Venezuelan security forces fired tear gas as demonstrators staged what they billed as the "mother of all marches" against President Nicolas Maduro on Wednesday, and a student caught up in a clash died after being shot in the head, Reuters reported .
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    Speaking at Prime Minster's Questions, she added: "I will be asking the British people for a mandate to complete Brexit and to make a success of it". Corbyn said: "At the very, very top end we won't be cutting corporation tax, which is what the Tory government have been doing and we won't be giving back £70bn to the biggest businesses, corporations and the very wealthy".