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Prime Minister Netanyahu said last month that UNESCO was promoting a "fake history" after it designated Hebron and two shrines - the Jewish Tomb of the Patriarchs and the Muslim Ibrahimi Mosque - as a " Palestinian World Heritage Site in Danger".
  • London rejects Uber's license

    London rejects Uber's license

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    Al Jazeera's Nadim Baba, reporting from London , said that at first glance, TfL's decision looks like bad news for both the company and for those 3.5 million people in London who use Uber . He added that Uber would "immediately challenge" the decision in court. The company now operates in more than 40 cities and towns across Britain. Uber drivers use their own cars, and drivers can rent a auto to drive with Uber if they do not own a vehicle.
  • They're Following My Sister Too, Kidnapped Bengaluru Teen Warned In Video

    They're Following My Sister Too, Kidnapped Bengaluru Teen Warned In Video

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    Four men have been arrested in connection with the crime; one of the them is Sharath's best friend - Vishal. Sharath N, the son of V Niranjan Kumar, was reported missing on September 12 after he failed to return home at night. They had first dumped the body in Rachenahalli lake, India Today reported. Vishal told Sharath to meet near Shirke Apartment at Kengeri Satellite Town, and then later they rode their bikes till Ullal RTO office.
  • Pa.'s credit rating lowered - again

    Pa.'s credit rating lowered - again

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    With the lower rating, Pennsylvania is now among the bottom five states rated by Standard and Poor's. Lawmakers authorized almost $32 billion in spending on June 30 and have grappled ever since with how to fully fund it. Wolf and lawmakers already counted $100 million in fees toward last year's budget from some sort of future casino gambling expansion. "Meanwhile, the House Republicans were leading the way as they uncovered billions - yes, with a 'B"! - in extra funds.
  • Arrest made in 25-year-old murder of MA woman

    Arrest made in 25-year-old murder of MA woman

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    Authorities announced the arrest of Gary Schara Monday in the 1992 rape and murder of a 24-year-old teacher's aide. "Over all these years they never gave up on Lisa and that is what we're focused on, it's always been about justice for Lisa", she said.
  • Rohingya crisis: European MPs call on Myanmar to halt violence

    Rohingya crisis: European MPs call on Myanmar to halt violence

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    Last October, following attacks on border posts in Rakhine's Maungdaw district, security forces launched a five-month crackdown in which, according to Rohingya groups, around 400 people were killed. Myanmar's ambassador and permanent representative to the United Nations has objected to the top United Nations human rights official regarding his choice of words to describe the situation in the country's restive Rakhine State.
  • Sweden holds the largest war games in 20 years

    Sweden holds the largest war games in 20 years

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    Russian officials have said that only 13,000 troops will participate but western observers have said that as many as 100,000 Russian and Belorussian forces could be involved . There is also unease in Kiev, and Ukraine is now conducting its own military exercises. "It is all smoke and mirrors", the official said, adding the Soviet-era Zapad exercises that were revived in 1999 had included simulated nuclear strikes on Europe.
  • Dale Earnhardt Jr. finishes 13th, fails to make NASCAR playoff field

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    Hopefully, we can get a good run, get in the playoffs, kind of get hot when we need to". This is a short track which seems to kind of mask some of the challenges we have had with our cars. 22 Ford Fusion, and team up with Richmond Raceway, as so many other teams are, to continue to raise money for relief efforts". We had to take a gamble on that strategy and that cost us a handful of spots.
  • Georgia governor orders evacuation of Savannah, coast ahead of Irma

    Georgia governor orders evacuation of Savannah, coast ahead of Irma

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    Katia formed in the gulf, off the coast of Mexico. Here's a closer look at how Georgia and the Carolinas are preparing for Irma. "We can't save you once the storm starts", said Scott. Cooper added that many North Carolinians still lack a permanent home after being displaced by Hurricane Matthew past year, and they will need to be cared for.
  • Red Cross asking people NOT to donate clothing, household goods, etc

    Red Cross asking people NOT to donate clothing, household goods, etc

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    They were taking emergency supplies to help replenish shelters for victims who have left their homes due to rising flood waters. "It's been a tragic weekend, and unfortunately, the worst is yet to come". While it does not rate charities , it provides basic financial data about them and allows nonprofits to upload information about their programs and results that you can use to help make your giving decisions.
  • PCB bans cricketer Sharjeel Khan for five years

    PCB bans cricketer Sharjeel Khan for five years

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    In 2012-13, Pakistan's Test leg-spinner Danish Kaneria was imposed a life ban by an anti-corruption tribunal of the England and Wales Cricket Board for fixing in English county cricket while playing for Essex. All-rounder Mohammad Nawaz and seamer Mohammad Irfan have already been sanctioned as part of the inquiry after they failed to report suspicious approaches.
  • 2 people test positive for West Nile virus

    2 people test positive for West Nile virus

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    With ongoing weather favorable to mosquitoes, the health department is urging IN residents to take steps to protect themselves from mosquito bites. "That's partly due to how many mosquitoes have the West Nile Virus and also the conditions", he said.
  • FDA Greenlights Novartis' Gene Therapy for Leukemia

    FDA Greenlights Novartis' Gene Therapy for Leukemia

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    The new treatment involves removing immune cells called T cells from a patient's blood and giving them a gene for a protein called a chimeric antigen receptor , or auto, that directs the T cells to target leukemia cells. In addition, clinicians involved in the prescribing, dispensing, and administering of the therapy will need training to recognize these side effects.
  • Pet turtles cause multistate outbreak of Salmonella

    Pet turtles cause multistate outbreak of Salmonella

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    The CDC says the illnesses began to appear March 1 and diagnoses continued until August 3. The CDC reports that from 2011 to 2013, eight multistate outbreaks of salmonella were linked to the reptiles, which sickened a total of 473 people in 41 states in the U.S.
  • Levee in Texas county breached

    Levee in Texas county breached

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    A levee along the Brazos River south of Houston has also breached, forcing officials to call for residents to evacuate low-lying areas. The driver got out and urged the children to escape through the back door, Ms Saldivar said , but they could not.
  • Oz struggle to keep up with Bangla in 1st test

    Oz struggle to keep up with Bangla in 1st test

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    Despite their lack of match practice, Maxwell, who suffered a heatstroke during training this week, believes the tactic will help the Australians against an upbeat Bangladesh unit, that has won two of their last three Tests. "If our guys get into the mind-set that we went well in India, so we should be able to handle Bangladesh , then they will be in big trouble", Jones said about Australia's performance in Asia.
  • India look to seal series

    India look to seal series

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    Leg-spinner Akila Dananjaya returned career-best figures of 6-54 to make India stutter at 131-7 while chasing a Duckworth-Lewis revised target of 231 in 47 overs in Pallekele . Rohit and Dhawan ensured India got off to an excellent start as they amassed a 109-run partnership, during which Rohit surpassed his fifty. He got Kedar Jadhav, Kohli and Lokesh Rahul bowled in his fourth over to take some steam out of the Indian chase.
  • Netanyahu to Kushner: Peace in Region 'Within Our Reach'

    Netanyahu to Kushner: Peace in Region 'Within Our Reach'

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    Their comments came ahead of talks on Thursday with Trump aides, including a special representative for worldwide negotiations Jason Greenblatt and the president's son-in-law and Middle East envoy Jared Kushner . The son-in-law of the U.S. president is on a seven-country tour of Middle East countries to hold discussions with officials in order to revive the Palestinian-Israeli peace process, which has broken down in 2014.
  • State unemployment rate hits 17-uear low

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    In July, 74,000 San Diegans were unemployed out of a civilian labor force of almost 1.6 million people. The rate was 6.5 percent, up from 6 percent in June . The industry that saw the largest gain in jobs month-over-month was leisure and hospitality , adding 3,800 jobs, with 2,700 coming from accommodation and food services and 1,100 coming from arts, entertainment and recreation.
  • Los Angeles County seeing sharp rise in West Nile cases

    Los Angeles County seeing sharp rise in West Nile cases

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    After a week of gestation, the virus can be transmitted from mosquitoes , to uninfected birds. The state has recorded 171 dead birds with the virus in 26 counties; 1,814 mosquito samples in 24 counties; and 58 sentinel chickens in five counties.
  • Trump ending ObamaCare subsidies would send premiums soaring: CBO

    Trump ending ObamaCare subsidies would send premiums soaring: CBO

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    The subsidies reimburse insurers for reducing deductibles, co-payments and other out-of-pocket costs that low-income people pay when they visit doctors, fill prescriptions or receive care in hospitals. These subsidies are calculated using the cost of coverage, which is set based on the second lowest cost silver plan on the Obamacare marketplace, and an affordability variable, which is calculated on a percentage of an individual's annual income.
  • Caught on Camera: Abandoned Newborn Found in Bushes, Covered in Ants

    Caught on Camera: Abandoned Newborn Found in Bushes, Covered in Ants

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    He picked her up and brought him to his apartment, where he cleaned her up, wrapped her in a blanket and had his wife call police. Investigators were able to determine the baby was born inside the apartment then dumped in the bushes. Harris County Deputy Thomas Gilliland said if it wasn't for the neighbor, Peterson, they would be looking at a homicide right now, adding it was a miracle the newborn baby was found in time.
  • Five Die While Using Obesity Devices, FDA Says

    Five Die While Using Obesity Devices, FDA Says

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    Most of the adverse events involve Obera, which uses saline to fill a single stomach balloon, as opposed to the ReShape system that uses 2 balloons filled with saline and a blue due. "Patient safety is a key priority in everything we do at Apollo Endosurgery and we take adverse event reporting obligations related to our products very seriously", said Apollo Endosurgery CEO Todd Newton in a statement .
  • UN Security Council imposes harshest sanctions against N Korea

    UN Security Council imposes harshest sanctions against N Korea

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    Tillerson is in Manila for an annual summit hosted by Southeast Asian countries collectively known as ASEAN. Negotiations for the new resolution began after Pyongyang conducted its first test of an ICBM on July 4. Pacific Command, Adm. Harry Harris. He argued it is better to have dialogue and utilise a rare opportunity where parties involved in the issue are meeting together.
  • Rahul Gandhi's vehicle attacked in Gujarat

    Rahul Gandhi's vehicle attacked in Gujarat

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    An attack under Gujarat BJP Govt's watch reflects not only serious lapse but tacit complicity. "Godse culture thrives under BJP", Surjewala tweeted. Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi's vehicle was pelted with stones while he was travelling during his tour to the flood-affected areas of Gujarat, The Indian Express reported on Friday.