Phillippines President to visit Israel

Phillippines President Duterte will visit Israel in September, reports say.

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UN Security Council to discuss Gaza escalation

Ambassador Danon tells Security Council: 'Hamas is solely responsible for the recent escalation.'

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Hamas and Israel Are in a Perilous Cycle. Is War a Miscalculation Away?

They stepped back from the brink of all-out conflict on Saturday, but none of the underlying tensions have been resolved ...
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How Pizzagate Pusher Mike Cernovich Keeps Getting People Fired

Mike Cernovich was celebrating on Friday, at least for a few hours. Disney had
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Russian Diplomat Calls for the Release of Suspected Foreign Agent Maria Butina

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov says the arrest is unacceptable
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Russia demands US release 'spy', calls charges false

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov told his US counterpart Mike Pompeo on Saturday that the arrest of a Russian gun ...
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LinkedIn forecasts weak first-quarter profit, shares plunge

The logo for LinkedIn Corporation, a social networking networking website for people in professional occupations, is shown in Mountain ViewLinkedIn developed the product, Lead Accelerator, from technology it acquired with the purchase of marketing company Bizo in 2014 for $175 million. LinkedIn's revenue from ads on its website rose 20 percent in the fourth quarter, but the growth was the slowest in two years. LinkedIn forecast an adjusted profit of about 55 cents per share for the first quarter, way below the average analyst estimate of 74 cents, according to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S.


Morocco launches first solar power plant

Moroccan King Mohammed VI (C) waves the Moroccan flag as he inaugurates the Noor 1 Concentrated Solar Power plant, some 20 kilometres (12.5 miles) outside the central Moroccan town of Ouarzazate on February 4, 2016King Mohammed VI on Thursday inaugurated Morocco's first solar power plant, a massive project that the country sees as part of its goal of boosting its clean energy output. Prime Minister Abdelilah Benkirane and French Environment Minister Segolene Royal were among local and foreign officials who attended the opening on the edge of the Sahara desert, around 20 kilometres (12 miles) outside Ouarzazate. Royal said the project gave "great hope to all countries with a lot of sun and desert" who could also use solar panels to produce electricity.