Is Zimbabwe’s coup part of China’s grab for Africa?

In Harare I was told, a decade ago, that having fought off white minority rule, Zimbabwe was in danger of ...
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In Tel Aviv, Airbnb may have revealed its darkest side yet

The city has become the world leader in the number of tourists who stay in Airbnb apartments. As a result ...
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President Rivlin accused of treason after refusing to pardon Hebron shooter Azaria

A fake image of Rivlin wearing a kaffiyeh, an Arab headdress, circulated on social media, with commentators saying he has ...
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Likud minister: Picture of Rivlin is despicable, but not a crime

Public Security Minister Erdan says picture of President Rivlin in kaffiyeh is 'despicable,' but no reason for police to open ...
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Leader of anti-Arab group disinvited from speaking at Knesset hearing on sexual harassment

Lehava leader Bentzi Gopstein had been invited to present data on alleged harassment of Jewish women by Arab men ...
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How to age at home, in peace

Founders of "Innoaging" speak about creating personalized aging support environments within the home.

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No future for Russia bid for U.N. approval of Syria strikes: Britain

By Michelle Nichols UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) – Britain said on Friday there was no future for a Russian bid to win United Nations approval of international military campaigns combating Islamic State militants, which Russia decried as strange because there was nothing objectionable in its proposal. Russia circulated a draft resolution to the 15-member U.N. Security Council on Wednesday that would call on states involved in military efforts against Islamic State and other militants to coordinate with the countries where they are operating. In the case of Syria, this would mean cooperating military activities with President Bashar al-Assad’s government.

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At U.N., Sudan accuses ICC of targeting African leaders

Ibrahim Ghandour, Foreign Minister of Sudan addresses attendees during the 70th session of the United Nations General Assembly at U.N. Headquarters in New YorkBy Hugh Bronstein UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) – Sudan’s Foreign Minister Ibrahim Ghandour on Friday used the annual gathering of the 193 members of the United Nations to rail against the International Criminal Court (ICC), which he said has become a political tool to target African leaders. The Hague-based ICC has accused Sudan’s President Omar Hassan al-Bashir of genocide and crimes against humanity in his campaign to crush a revolt in Sudan’s western Darfur region.

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