The Jews who helped the Americans free Algeria from the Nazis

In November 1942, Eisenhower needed help in Algiers while his troops were landing on the coast. Enter José Aboulker and ...
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Plane skids off Turkish runway down Black Sea cliff

Pegasus Airlines said in a statement that the Boeing 737-800 aircraft, flying from Ankara to Trabzon, 'had a runway excursion ...
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Is time running out for the ‘world’s richest Arab’ to secure his freedom in Saudi Arabia

Prince Alwaleed, whose net worth has been estimated by Forbes magazine at $17 billion 'offered a certain figure but it ...
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Commander of Southern Command visits terror tunnel site

Major General Eyal Zamir visits tunnel site and praises forces in the field 'for precise action to thwart tunnel'.

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Commander of Southern Command visits terror tunnel site

Major General Eyal Zamir visits tunnel site and praises forces in the field 'for precise action to thwart tunnel'.

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Commander of Southern Command visits terror tunnel site

Major General Eyal Zamir visits tunnel site and praises forces in the field 'for precise action to thwart tunnel'.

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Obama invokes Nazi Germany in plea to avoid complacency

Obama invokes Nazi Germany in plea to avoid complacencyFormer US president Barack Obama has urged American voters to remain engaged, using the example of Nazi Germany as a cautionary tale about the dangers of complacency. “We get complacent and assume that things continue as they have been, just automatically, and they don’t,” Obama said in comments at a conference in Chicago, footage of which was available Friday on social media. “Now, presume there was a ballroom here in Vienna in the late 1920s or 30s that looked pretty sophisticated and seemed as if it, filled with the music and art and literature and science that was emerging, would continue into perpetuity,” Obama said.


Backlash fears

US recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital poses a problem for Washington’s Gulf Arab partners, writes Frank Gardner.

Protesters gather in Kiev after police recapture ex-Georgia leader Saakashvili

Protesters gather in Kiev after police recapture ex-Georgia leader SaakashviliBy Alessandra Prentice and Natalia Zinets KIEV (Reuters) – Ukrainian police recaptured the former president of Georgia Mikheil Saakashvili on Friday, prompting further protests in central Kiev by his supporters who freed him from police custody earlier this week. The development is the latest twist in a long feud between Ukrainian authorities and Saakashvili, who has turned on his one-time patron President Petro Poroshenko, accusing him of corruption and calling for his removal from office. General Prosecutor Yuriy Lutsenko, who says Saakashvili is suspected of assisting a criminal organization, said the opposition leader had been detained by police and was in a temporary detention facility.


2 Democrats: Minnesota governor's top choice mulling '18 run

2 Democrats: Minnesota governor's top choice mulling '18 runST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton's top pick to fill Sen. Al Franken's Senate seat, Lt. Gov. Tina Smith, is considering also running for the seat next year, as Dayton faces pressure from top Democrats in Washington to appoint more than a mere caretaker, according to two Democrats familiar with the discussions.


Special Counsel Mueller produces evidence that Manafort drafted op-ed

Special Counsel Mueller produces evidence that Manafort drafted op-edWASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller unveiled a trove of documents on Friday showing what he said was "irrefutable evidence" that President Donald Trump's former campaign manager Paul Manafort violated a court gag order by ghost-writing an opinion piece designed to improve his public image. In a 41-page court filing, prosecutors provided emails, copies of documents tracking edits of the draft, and other materials they said proved that Manafort wrote a positive article about his political work in Ukraine. …