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The army said that soldiers monitoring closed circuit cameras spotted three men as they broke through the border to place the explosive devices, and then later crossed back into Gaza. The infiltrations were the latest incident in a series of escalating events along the Gaza border. Among the 2,000 people that attended the protest at Sakhnin's Martyrs' Square were lawmakers from Israel's Joint Arab List, left-wing activists as well as public officials from the Israeli Arab sector.
  • Syria says missiles fired at air base

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    The TV channel earlier reported that Israeli warplanes were carrying out reconnaissance flights in the border area between Syria and Lebanon when a missile strike against the Syrian military airfield was delivered. The reports come amid global alarm over a suspected chemical attack on the rebel-held town of Douma, in Syria's Eastern Ghouta region. US President Donald Trump has warned there would be a "big price to pay".
  • Three Palestinians injured by sniper fire

    Three Palestinians injured by sniper fire

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    The Israeli army has been accused of deliberately targeting a Palestinian photojournalist who was killed by troops during protests on the Gaza border. Israel says it has only opened fire when necessary to stop damage to the border fence, infiltrations and attempted attacks. The event was attended by many young British Palestinians .
  • Julie Bishop Dismisses Leadership Challenge Despite Landmark 30th Poll Loss

    Julie Bishop Dismisses Leadership Challenge Despite Landmark 30th Poll Loss

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    Malcolm Turnbull has said he still regrets making 30 lost Newspolls the marker to roll Tony Abbott but maintains he has the confidence of his colleagues "and no one is suggesting I don't". "Government is hard. But the best way to be a good government is to have clear policies, it's to have a united team and it's to be obviously distinct from your opponents", Mr Abbott said.
  • Facebook to notify users affected by Cambridge Analytica scandal

    Facebook to notify users affected by Cambridge Analytica scandal

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    Wylie says it was hard to verify how many people had access to the Facebook information or derivatives of that data "because it was a lot of people,". "If they refuse or fail our audit, their apps will be banned from Facebook", Ime Archibong, Facebook vice president of product partnerships said, thanking CNBC for leading them to the discovery of said data firm.
  • Canada mourns 15 killed as junior ice hockey team's bus crashes

    Canada mourns 15 killed as junior ice hockey team's bus crashes

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    Authorities have yet to identify all of the deceased. Adam Herold, a few days shy of his 17th birthday, was the youngest to die in the crash. He played for the Prince Albert Mintos last season. "He will truly be missed". Gary Bettman, the commissioner of the National Hockey League, also issued a statement in support of the cummunity. "Our trips to Foam Lake and Allan were on awful highways due to winter storms", the Tigers wrote.
  • Ford recalls trucks, SUVs for transmission shifter problem

    Ford recalls trucks, SUVs for transmission shifter problem

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    The company brought recent SUV models Ford F-150 and Expedition trucks because of problems with shifting gears can make drivers think that their vehicle is parked, even when it's not. and Mexico. Dealers will make sure the clip was installed correctly and secure it if needed. Over time, a partially seated clip or a clip that becomes dislodged may allow the transmission to be in a gear state different from the gear shift position selected by the driver.
  • BJP releases first list of 72 for 2018 Karnataka elections

    BJP releases first list of 72 for 2018 Karnataka elections

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    Apart from the BJP and Congress, the Janata Dal Secular party, in alliance with Mayawati's Bahujan Samaj Party for the Karnataka polls, has already announced candidates for 126 constituencies. Here is the full list of BJP's candidates. Yeddyurappa is the chief ministerial candidate for the BJP as the party is targeting to win 150 out of the total 224 assembly seats in the Karnataka elections.
  • Taking a Deep Dive into Technical Levels for Shire Plc (SHP.L)

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    Edge Wealth Management Llc who had been investing in Shire Plc for a number of months, seems to be less bullish one the $46.37B market cap company. The stock increased 2.63% or $4.03 during the last trading session, reaching $157.55. 86 funds opened positions while 336 raised stakes. ( NASDAQ :NFLX). Private Advisor Group Inc Limited Liability Company holds 16,689 shares or 0.15% of its portfolio.
  • 'United never throw in the towel' - Bailly thrilled with Manchester derby comeback

    'United never throw in the towel' - Bailly thrilled with Manchester derby comeback

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    Arguably United's most famous come-from-behind victory. And the Manchester Evening News say Mourinho was unhappy at aspects of his City display. The victory over City stretched United's unbeaten run to five games and remained a gap on the table between third-placed Liverpool and fourth-placed Tottenham, which has set a tone for United to complete their campaign in a second place.
  • Pentagon Says It's Not Conducting Missile Strikes

    Pentagon Says It's Not Conducting Missile Strikes

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    Monday's missile attack followed a suspected poison gas attack on Saturday on the last remaining foothold for the Syrian opposition in the eastern suburbs of Damascus. The gas attack was blamed on Assad. Israel has struck Syrian army locations many times in the course of the conflict, hitting convoys and bases of Iranian-backed militias that fight alongside Syrian President Bashar al Assad's forces.