IDF attacks Hamas post in Gaza

IDF tank attacks Hamas observation post in southern Gaza in retaliation for rocket attack.

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‘Political isolation? It is irrelevant’

Dozens of lawmakers from around the world tour Samaria. 'We want you to be our ambassadors around the world.'

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Israeli army destroys Hamas outpost in Gaza in retaliation for rocket fire, military reports

An IDF tank shelled an observation post in response to an earlier attempt to fire a rocket from Gaza into ...
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Donald Trump Revels In Recounting The 'Very Good Towels' He Threw To Hurricane Victims

President Donald Trump congratulated himself on his trip to hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico last week by celebrating the “incredible” cheering of the ...
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Hit to key multiple sclerosis drug plagues Israel’s Teva at worst time

Amid generic competition for Copaxone, the company may have to make deeper payroll cuts, sell more assets and cut its ...
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Hitler's 'destructive' wartime phone up for auction

Hitler's 'destructive' wartime phone up for auctionAdolf Hitler’s personal telephone, which the Fuehrer used to dictate many of his deadly World War II commands, will hit the auction block this weekend, the US house selling it announced. Originally a black Bakelite phone that was later painted crimson and engraved with Hitler’s name, the relic was found in the Nazi leader’s Berlin bunker in 1945 following the regime’s defeat. Auction house Alexander Historical Auctions estimates its worth between $200,000 and $300,000.


Kraft Heinz bids $143 billion for Unilever in global brand grab

Kraft Heinz bids $143 billion for Unilever in global brand grabBy Martinne Geller and Pamela Barbaglia LONDON (Reuters) – U.S. food company Kraft Heinz Co made a surprise $143 billion offer for Unilever Plc in a bid to build a global consumer goods giant, although it was flatly rejected on Friday by the maker of Lipton tea and Dove soap. It would bring together some of the world’s best known brands, from toothpaste to ice creams, and combine Kraft’s strength in the United States with Unilever’s in Europe and Asia. Although Kraft, which is controlled by U.S. billionaire Warren Buffett and private equity firm 3G Capital, said it looked forward to talking terms, Unilever said it saw no reason to discuss a deal without financial or strategic merit.


US university's invite to Dalai Lama sparks uproar

US university's invite to Dalai Lama sparks uproarA California university’s decision to have the Dalai Lama speak at this year’s commencement ceremony has sparked uproar among Chinese students who see the choice as an affront. “The Dalai Lama is not simply a religious person, but also a political exile who has long been engaged in splitting the motherland and destroying national unity,” the student association said in a statement.