Florida Man Killed Ex, Her New Boyfriend and Her Parents — Then Left His Son Alone With Their Bodies

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Israeli ambassador to U.S. hosted Bannon for dinner, thanked him for support

Bannon, who described the website he edits as 'the platform for the alt-right,' was called 'a great friend of Israel ...
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See How the Earth Has Changed Over the Past 20 Years in This NASA Timelapse

A new 20-year NASA timelapse taken from space shows in just a few minutes how life on Earth shapes the ...
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British Labour punishes member for anti-Semitism, reinstates anti-Zionist

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White House: The Difference Between Trump And Franken Is Franken 'Admitted Wrongdoing'

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The Latest: Zimbabwe ruling party pursues urgent meeting

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Egypt parliament adopts disputed law on churches

Egypt's Copts, the Middle East's largest Christian minority, have long struggled to obtain official permission to build places of worshipThe Egyptian parliament on Tuesday adopted a law on regulating the construction of churches, despite opposition by some members of the Christian community which complains of discrimination. Egypt’s Copts, the Middle East’s largest Christian minority, have long struggled to obtain official permission to build places of worship. “The parliament adopted the bill presented by the government for the construction and restoration of churches by a two-thirds majority,” the parliament’s website reported.


Islamic State leader in charge of foreign attacks killed in Syria

A picture illustration of an Islamic State flagBy Angus McDowall and Yara Bayoumy BEIRUT/WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Islamic State group announced on Tuesday that one of its longest-serving and most prominent leaders, responsible for attacks overseas, Abu Muhammad al-Adnani, had been killed in Aleppo province in Syria. Adnani had been one of the last living senior members, along with self-appointed caliph Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, that founded the group and stunned the Middle East by seizing huge tracts of Iraq and Syria in 2014. As Islamic State's spokesman, he was its most visible member.