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Bank after Jerusalem attacks

Bank after Jerusalem attacks

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Saturday "demanded" the Palestinian National Authority condemn the coordinated attacks in Jerusalem which claimed the life of a woman border police on Friday. A wave of Palestinian street attacks began in October 2015 but has since slowed. Israeli police said on Friday all the assailants were from Palestinian cities in the occupied West Bank.


Suspect Shot After Explosion In Central Train Station In Brussels

Suspect Shot After Explosion In Central Train Station In Brussels

Brussels has been on high alert since suicide bombers struck Zavantem Airport and the Maalbeek metro station near the European Union quarter in March 2016, killing 32 people and injuring hundreds more. "The suspect has been neutralised by the military that were present at the scene immediately after the explosion", he said. No-one else was hurt. Those that saw the incident claimed the man, described as dark with short hair in a white shirt and black jeans, was carrying a briefcase that he ...



Israeli PM says work begun on new West Bank settlement

The Palestinians and the worldwide community consider the settlements obstacles to Palestinian statehood. "After decades, I have the privilege to be the prime minister who is building a new community in Judea and Samaria", Netanyahu said, using the Israeli term for the occupied West Bank.


Karen Handel says she's 'humbled' and 'honored' by win

Karen Handel says she's 'humbled' and 'honored' by win

Democrats had been pinning their hopes on Jon Ossoff - a 30-year-old documentary filmmaker and former congressional aide - against the former Georgia secretary of state. The race between Ossoff and Republican Karen Handel is s. Trump won the highly-educated Georgia 6th District by only 1.5 points previous year.


Macron says door still open for Britain to remain in EU

Macron says door still open for Britain to remain in EU

Macron, who on a visit to London before winning the presidential election called on businesses in London to move to Paris to take advantage of the bloc's single market, played down any risk, saying he wanted a good deal for both sides.


Emmanuel Macron's party looks set for big parliamentary win

Emmanuel Macron's party looks set for big parliamentary win

Meanwhile, far right leader Marine Le Pen , who lost to Macron in the presidential race, is on track to win a seat in the French parliament for the first time. The Republicans and Socialists dominated the house for generations. "For the past month, the President has shown confidence, willingness and daring in France and on the global stage", Mr.