Family ambushed: ”Arabs blocked the road, tried to attack us’

Jerusalem family on Jordan Valley road to vacation in north is stopped by three Arabs who jump out of car, ...
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Austrian Social Democrats cut ties with Tal Silberstein, Israeli political adviser linked to Beny Steinmetz

The party has severed ties with Tal Silberstein after he was detained alongside billionaire Steinmetz and four other businessmen in ...
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Sessions says Charlottesville attack meets definition of ‘domestic terrorism’

The U.S. attorney general is the second Trump administration official to call the attack an act of terrorism after adviser ...
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With gun salutes, Pakistan marks 70 years of independence

ISLAMABAD (AP) — Pakistan kicked off a day of celebrations on Monday marking 70 years of statehood and independence, the ...
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With gun salutes, Pakistan marks 70 years of independence

ISLAMABAD (AP) — Pakistan kicked off a day of celebrations on Monday marking 70 years of statehood and independence, the ...
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Charlottesville Jewish community hired security before weekend’s far-right protest

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Total looking at building big petrochemical unit in Iraq

French oil giant group Total's headquarters in La Defense, on September 04, 2013French oil giant Total told AFP Friday that it was looking at building a "world-scale" petrochemical complex in Iraq as part of its strategy to develop its activities in the Middle East's growth markets. The head of Total's refining and chemicals division, Patrick Pouyanne, said he signed a preliminary accord with Iraq's industry ministry in November 2013 to examine the feasibility of the complex in the southern Iraqi port of Basra. "Given its past and present in Iraq, the group is naturally interested in adding value to the gas resources in this country."