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He rejects the 1967 borders as indefensible and says that Israeli sovereignty over its "eternal capital" Jerusalem , including the Old City with its Jewish, Muslim and Christian holy places, is not negotiable. Pollster Smith Research measured the answers of 500 adult Israeli Jews and found that Trump will have to work hard to persuade nearly half of the country's population that he has their interests at heart.
  • South Korea fires warning shots at North Korea over 'unidentified flying object'

    South Korea fires warning shots at North Korea over 'unidentified flying object'

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    Nearly a month ago Washington began discussions with North Korea ally China on strengthening United Nations sanctions. It says the program is necessary to counter USA aggression. Trump responded by downplaying North Korea's missile tests as he said, "all his rockets are crashing". "Dialogue should take place because we can only resolve the issue through dialogue".
  • Pope Gives Trump A Copy Of His Global Warming Encyclical

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    The first lady laughed and said "Yes". But her staff confirmed later that she had appreciated Francis had produced a custom-made joke for her benefit. During his campaign, Trump evoked the specter of an IS attack on the Vatican, saying that "if and when" it happens "the pope would have only wished and prayed that Donald Trump would have been president".
  • Ex-CIA head testifies Russian Federation ties troubling

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    John Brennan testified that in the summer of 2016, he convened an interagency working group between the CIA, NSA and FBI to investigate intelligence showing contact between Russian officials and Trump affiliates. The committee also questioned whether the Fifth Amendment provided protection for documents in Mr. Flynn's possession. Brennan was particularly offended by Trump's remarks during a speech at Central Intelligence Agency headquarters on the day he was inaugurated.
  • Trump pushes for Mideast peace

    Trump pushes for Mideast peace

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    During meetings with Netanyahu on Monday, Trump focused attention on the threat from Iran but also talked about the opportunities for peace in the region and how Saudi Arabia and other Arab nations were shifting their stance, potentially opening a window towards a regional agreement.
  • Philippines' Duterte asks Putin for arms support

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    Spokesman Ernesto Abella said in the nationally televised briefing that Duterte placed the entire southern region of Mindanao, which makes up roughly one third of the country and is home to 20 million people, under martial law. Aquino also said he had considered imposing martial law just before standing down past year in Sulu, island strongholds of the Abu Sayyaf in the far south of Mindanao.
  • UK PM to deploy armed forces after attack

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    The bomber who carried out the suicide attack in Manchester city that killed 22 people may not have acted alone, UK Home Secretary Amber Rudd said today. The first time the threat level was raised to critical in the United Kingdom was in 2006 during a major operation to stop a plot to blow up transatlantic airliners with liquid bombs.
  • Trump tells Pope Francis: 'I won't forget what you said'

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    The pope gave Trump a collection of books he wrote, as well as a medal crafted by an Italian artist featuring an olive branch symbolizing peace. The meeting, which concluded Trump's tour of the world's largest monotheistic religions, comes after the president and pope collided head-on early past year, when Francis was sharply critical of Trump's campaign pledge to build an impenetrable wall on the Mexican border and his declaration that the United States should turn away Muslim immigrants ...
  • Pippa Middleton and James Matthews' wedding: all the details revealed

    Pippa Middleton and James Matthews' wedding: all the details revealed

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    The glass palace marquee which hosted 300 of Pippa Middleton's friends and family had giant spotlights shining around it as guests began trickling in. Pippa Middleton and James Matthews smile after their wedding at St Mark's Church in Englefield. Britain's Prince Harry (R) and Britain's Prince William , Duke of Cambridge walk to the church for the wedding.