‘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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UN chief tells Israelis, Palestinians to urgently calm tensions

Palestinian demonstrators take cover as they throw stones towards Israeli security forces from behind burning tires during clashes in the West Bank town of Al-Bireh, on the northern outskirts of Ramallah, on October 20, 2015UN chief Ban Ki-moon warned Israelis and Palestinians on Tuesday they were at a “dangerous abyss” and must act quickly to calm nearly three weeks of unrest before it spirals further out of control. The stark comments came as the UN secretary general made an unannounced visit to Jerusalem to try to ease tensions that have led to mounting international concern. As he met Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Ban also spoke of the danger of allowing an escalation “into a religious conflict with potential regional implications” and urged efforts to ensure that did not occur.

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Kerry to visit Europe, Middle East from Wednesday to Sunday

Secretary of State John Kerry delivers remarks at the Climate and Clean Energy Investment ForumU.S. Secretary of State John Kerry will visit Europe and the Middle East from Wednesday to Sunday for talks on a recent spate of Israeli-Palestinian violence as well as the Syrian civil war, the State Department said. In announcing the trip, State Department spokesman John Kirby was unable on Tuesday to say exactly when and where Kerry planned to hold separate meetings with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.

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