Middleton shooting: At least four people injured in Wisconsin office building shooting

Multiple people have been injured in a shooting at an office building in Wisconsin. Middleton police received reports of an ...
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Abbas plans NY meeting following closure of PLO office

Palestinian Authority leader calls on diplomats to join meeting in NY to confront 'radical shift' in US approach to Mideast ...
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Similar slayings draw vastly different political reaction

IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — The cases are strikingly similar: Two talented young women were stabbed to death by male ...
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Dozens of Gazans infiltrate into Israel

Terrorists hurl grenade, firebombs at IDF soldiers along Gaza border. Dozens of rioters cross border, vandalize army position.

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Emergency medics treat 1,728 people over Yom Kippur

Magen David Adom teams had a busy Yom Kippur, treating 1,728 people - including 228 who felt ill from the ...
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Self-flying glider 'learns' to soar like a bird

Scientists have created a self-flying glider that uses machine learning to navigate rising air currents, in an experiment that could ...
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Freezing U.S. aid to Egypt would not be easy or cost-free

By Susan Cornwell and Andrea Shalal-Esa WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Some U.S. lawmakers are calling for the Obama administration to shut off aid to Egypt in the aftermath of the army’s lethal crackdown on protesters. But untangling the aid relationship with Cairo would not be simple and could be costly for the United States as well as Egypt. A special financing arrangement Cairo uses could leave U.S. …

World unites against Egypt violence

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Thousands of protestors take to streets in Indonesia, calling for end to bloodshed in Egypt, while Taliban calls for restoration of Morsi as president. French foreign minister says no options off table, including possible suspension of aid

Dozens killed in Egypt’s ‘Day of Rage’

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Muslim Brotherhood protests plunge into violence across country, with around 50 killed in Cairo alone – or 95 according to al-Jazeera, as Islamist followers of ousted President Morsi clash with security forces. Saudi king stands with Egypt against ‘terrorism’

U.N. political affairs chief set to travel to Egypt next week

UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) – The United Nations is sending its political affairs chief to Egypt next week to meet with a range of officials including representatives from the Muslim Brotherhood amid the ongoing violence following the army’s ousting of Islamist President Mohamed Mursi last month, the world body said on Friday. U.N. officials said the trip by Jeffrey Feltman, U.N. under secretary-general for political affairs and the former top U.S. diplomat for the Middle East, will help the world body work out how to respond to the Egypt crisis. “The schedule is still being worked out. …

Nasrallah: Ready to fight in Syria myself


Hezbollah leader addresses Thursday’s Beirut bombing for first time, pointing finger at al-Qaeda-affiliated ‘godless organizations’ operating against Assad. ‘These murderers want to bring about a war between brothers and destroy Lebanon,’ he says