Germany's Gabriel hits back at Erdogan with call to back Turkish democracy

Germany's foreign minister Sigmar Gabriel said Berlin and the rest of Europe should back the "democratically minded" majority of Turks ...
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‘Deri is a criminal, has no right to slander religious Zionists’

Head of Tzohar Rabbinical Organization responds to Deri's comments blasting certain religious Zionist leaders as 'borderline Reform.'

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Watch: Yitzhar youth sing as police break into home

Yitzhar youth sing as Border Police break into barricaded home slated for destruction.

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U.S. defense secretary in Iraq as troops battle for Tal Afar

By Idrees Ali BAGHDAD (Reuters) - U.S. Defense Secretary Jim Mattis visited Iraq on Tuesday just days after the start ...
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Why did the Palestinian boxer forfeit a match?

'It’s beneath our dignity to compete with them and recognize the State of Israel.'

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Dems’ July fundraising hits 10-year low as GOP surges

DNC has worst July fundraising numbers in a decade as Republicans build up 2018 war chest. RNC outraises DNC by ...
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Turkey's Erdogan furious over US warrants for aides in embassy brawl

Turkey's Erdogan furious over US warrants for aides in embassy brawlUS authorities on Thursday announced arrest warrants had been issued for 12 members of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s security detail for assaulting protesters in Washington last month, sparking a furious response from the Turkish leader. Nine people were injured, with several going to the hospital for treatment of head injuries, broken teeth, deep cuts and bruises.


Hawaii Governor says he is 'looking forward' to Trump's travel ban going to Supreme Court

Hawaii Governor says he is 'looking forward' to Trump's travel ban going to Supreme CourtThe Governor of Hawaii is looking forward to the seemingly inevitable Supreme Court showdown between his state’s Attorney General and Donald Trump’s administration over the President’s controversial travel ban. Governor David Ige says that the diversity in his state is something to be celebrated – not curtailed – and that his state government is willing to push back against the isolationist impulses coming out of the White House.