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Egypt's Military Touts Anti-Terror Operation With Top-Line Weapons, Boats


The authenticity and date of the 23-minute video could not immediately be verified, but a reference to an Egyptian military statement on Friday suggested that at least part of it was completed after the security operation began. Members of the armed forces are barred by law from expressing political opinions in Egypt. Konsowa said he had submitted his resignation to the army in 2014 and it was denied. Read More »

United Kingdom charities warned after Haiti sex claims


The British charity Oxfam is under fire over accusations that some of its aid workers engaged in sexual misconduct in the aftermath of the 2010 quake that devastated Haiti , and that the agency subsequently attempted to cover-up the negligent behavior, according to British officials. Read More »

Sen. Bennet votes against budget agreement


The government shut down at midnight on Thursday after Kentucky senator Rand Paul blocked plans for a quick senate vote, blaming his fellow Republicans for being "complicit" in the looming return of trillion-dollar budget deficits . Read More »

Pakistani rights activist Asma Jahangir dies at 66


She joined core of lawyers of Supreme Court in 1982 and since then she devoted her life for human rights and supremacy of Constitution. Jahangir was also a vocal opponent of judicial overreach and would often confront the superior judiciary when it would extend its jurisdiction in her opinion. Read More »

Marko Arnautovic Starts - West Ham Team vs Watford Confirmed


A GOAL IN EACH HALF from Javier Hernandez and Marko Arnautovic handed West Ham United three priceless Premier League points as Watford were beaten in a well contested, but often disjointed encounter at the London Stadium . In a candid interview with West Ham TV about the future of the club, Sullivan added: "I want to speak directly to the supporters and say how important it is that we all pull together during these times". Read More »

Syrian air defences responding to a new Israeli aggression: SANA


An IAF fighter jet was targeted by Syrian anti-aircraft fire, compelling the crew to bail out. An Israeli official told the Reuters news agency that the jet was shot down . The Israelis claim to have launched several follow-up strikes against Iranian positions in Syria , and the Israeli cabinet met Saturday morning to consider further action. Read More »

Backed Israel vows action vs Iran 'entrenchment' in Syria


What has Israel's involvement in the Syrian war been so far? Iran's involvement in Syria in support of Bashar al-Assad in a almost seven-year-old civil war - including the deployment of Iran-backed forces near the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights - has alarmed Israel , which has said it would counter any threat. Read More »

Army kills two JeM militants, rescues unarmed soldiers and their kin


The Congress showed restraint saying it would not comment on the ongoing anti-terror operation at the Sunjuwan Army camp in Jammu but reminded PM Modi that he had tried to derive political mileage during the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks. The fidayeen entered the camp from its rear side at 4.10am and started firing indiscriminately. "There have been more than half-a-dozen attacks so far wherein Jaish suicide attackers operatives have left notes and painted walls before being killed that the ... Read More »

Trump's stunner! Beats Obama in approval


A new poll indicates that President Trump has his best approval rating in seven months. You've been hearing the steady drumbeat from establishment media: President Trump lost the popular vote and he's even more unpopular now. That stands in contrast to the majority of Americans, 56 percent, who say that Mueller has been fair during his probe so far. His approval rating maxed out at 42 percent in a February 7 poll previous year. Read More »

Intel's drones broke a world record at the Winter Olympics opening ceremony

A record-setting 1,218 drones shot into the sky and traveled to a nearby ski slope, first taking on the shape of a moving snowboarder and later rearranging themselves into the iconic interlocking five Olympic rings. But Intel makes other types of drones for more traditional applications such as aerial photography and inspections, as well as the software platforms to go with them. Read More »

Many in his party are angry he wanted the foreign minister position


Germany's Social Democrats (SPD) chairman Martin Schulz announced on Friday that he would not pursue ministerial post in the next German government, including the foreign minister. SPD party members still smarting over his decision to renew the loveless "grand coalition" despite initially pledging to take the SPD into opposition. Read More »

UAE to welcome India's Modi ahead of World Government Summit


Governor Heptulla said it was a historic and momentous occasion as Prime Minister visited Palestine to be honoured with the "Grand Collar", Palestine's highest order given to foreign dignitaries. Abbas stressed that Palestinians have "never rejected negotiations any day; we were and still are ready for it, and believe that forming a multilateral mechanism of several states is the best approach to overlook those negotiations". Read More »

British IS militant caught as he tried to flee Syria for Turkey


Kurdish fighters in the US -backed Syrian Democratic Forces have captured the last two members of a notorious Islamic State cell known for carrying out brutal torture and executions of Western prisoners, USA officials said Thursday. Bethany Haines, 20, whose aid worker dad David was executed on camera by Emwazi in 2014, said she hoped the pair's detention could bring some closure for relatives of their victims. Read More »

"Very intense" flu season on track to break records, CDC says


She said the flu remains widespread in almost all states, except for OR and Hawaii. As flu diagnoses continue to increase across New York State, Governor Andrew Cuomo has authorized counties to expand efforts that promote and increase access to flu vaccine and other prevention techniques. Read More »

Market Fallers: Burberry Group plc, Centrica PLC, easyJet plc

Ashtead Group plc (LON: AHT ) has 0.00% since February 9, 2017 and is. New Jersey Better Educational Savings Trust owns 120,000 shares or 0.13% of their United States portfolio. Among 8 analysts covering NCC Group PLC ( LON:NCC ), 3 have Buy rating, 0 Sell and 5 Hold. Therefore 75% are positive. The brokerage now has a GBX 140 ($1.96) price target on the stock. Read More »

United Nations condemns mosque bombing in Libya's Benghazi


The devices appear to have been activated remotely using a mobile phone, according to a military source. No group immediately claimed responsibility for the attack. The summary executions are believed to be carried out by Mahmoud al-Werfalli, a special forces commander for the LNA. Haftar, who opposes a UN-backed unity government based in Tripoli, announced Benghazi's "liberation" from jihadists in July last year after a three-year campaign, but sporadic violence has continued. Read More »

Salesforce invests $2 billion into its Canadian business


During a lunch-hour roundtable with local leaders, Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff told Trudeau he was thrilled to expand to Canada, and credited the Trudeau government for being able to make a "tremendous confident investment". Mr. Trudeau wrote to Mr. Bezos previous year, asking him to consider Canada for the company's second headquarters, because of its inclusiveness, single-payer health- care system, and an immigration system created to attract high-skilled talent. Read More »

Bush: 'pretty clear evidence' that Russian Federation meddled in 2016


Bush 43 has become increasingly outspoken about the current political climate in the United States over the past year. Bush has previously spoken out about Russia's influence in the 2016 election. Bush also said that the United States needs to reform its immigration law. "He can't think, 'How can we both win?' He only thinks, 'How do I win, you lose?'" In October, Bush said the Russian government "made a project of turning Americans against each other". Read More »

UN investigating reports of chlorine attacks in Syria


Surrounding villages have been battered by air raids that left hospitals filled with wounded children. "Massacres are happening daily, and we are sitting here unsure of what will happen next", said Aldoumani, who lives in eastern Ghouta , a designated de-escalation zone . Read More »