‘If she’s gonna die, I’m gonna die with her’

Survivor of Ottawa tornado sobs as he recalls how winds almost tore his daughter from his arms.

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Palestinian detained on suspicion of planning terror attack

After police receive tip-off about suspect’s license plate, cops detains him in Afula; 21-year-old taken for questioning by Shin Bet; ...
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‘Russia is defining new rules to the game’

MK Shelah of foreign affairs and defense committee says Russia is using the plane crash incident to restrict Israel's movement ...
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Russia blames Israel for downing of plane by Syrian forces

MOSCOW (AP) — The Russian Defense Ministry on Sunday again blamed Israel for the downing of a Russian plane by ...
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Rouhani says Iran ready to confront U.S. after military parade attack

Speaking before leaving Tehran to attend the annual U.N. General Assembly in New York, Rouhani accused U.S.-backed Gulf Arab states ...
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Rouhani accuses United States of responsibility for attack

Iran President Hassan Rouhani slams Gulf states and US for attack on his country yesterday, promises Iran will 'respond to ...
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Obama, Modi work to deepen improving U.S.-India ties

Modi waves to supporters after paying homage at the Mahatma Gandhi Statue in front of the Indian Embassy in WashingtonBy Steve Holland and David Brunnstrom WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. President Barack Obama and new Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi worked to deepen improving ties between their countries on Tuesday, but emerged from their second meeting in two days with little in the way of major agreements. Obama and Modi, speaking to reporters in the Oval Office, said they had discussed a wide range of topics – from trade to space exploration to climate change to the Islamic State threat in the Middle East. "We already have the foundation of a strong partnership," said Modi, seated beside Obama. …


Kurds seize Iraq/Syria border post; Sunni tribe joins fight against Islamic State

By Isabel Coles and Jonny Hogg ARBIL Iraq/MURSITPINAR Turkey (Reuters) – Iraqi Kurdish troops drove Islamic State fighters from a strategic border crossing with Syria on Tuesday and won the support of members of a major Sunni tribe, in one of the biggest successes since U.S. forces began bombing the Islamists. The victory, which could make it harder for militants to operate on both sides of the frontier, was also achieved with help from Kurds from the Syrian side of the frontier, a new sign of cooperation across the border. …