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Conricus mentioned Hamas started building the tunnel following the 2014 war. Israel has placed a high priority on halting the tunnel threat since Hamas infiltrated Israel during the war. "That's really how we find a tunnel". We will receive our hands on most these . The military destroyed the tunnel by pumping materials into it that render it useless and do not allow for reconstruction, Haaretz reported.
  • Twitter is down for users globally

    Twitter is down for users globally

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    One of the biggest social networking websites of the world, Twitter is facing an outage across the globe. Twitter users across US, UK, Europe and India started tweeting about the outage when the website was down briefly up after the outage.
  • Missing Indian family in US: All four bodies recovered from California river

    Missing Indian family in US: All four bodies recovered from California river

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    Last week, the rescue team had found the body of a woman, later identified to be that of Soumya , and remains of the vehicle and the belongings of the Thottapilly family. The boy's body was found about six miles north of where the family's vehicle was said to have crashed. Numerous personal items were recovered by search personnel and with the help of family members, it was confirmed those recovered items belonged to members of the missing Thottapilly family.
  • US 'Solidifying' Hard-Line Stance on Russia Amid Bolton's Appointment - Prof

    US 'Solidifying' Hard-Line Stance on Russia Amid Bolton's Appointment - Prof

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    The alert is not related to the suspected chemical weapons attack in a town in Syria that prompted a US -led military strike over the weekend targeting facilities of the Russian-backed Syrian government, Joyce said. "We do know the operation is finished for now, and that it was indeed what most of us expected: a narrow action done for narrow purposes, punishing and deterring the use of chemical weapons", said Faysal Itani, a senior fellow at the Atlantic Council's Rafik Hariri Center for the ...
  • United Kingdom wages outstrip prices as Brexit squeeze runs its course

    United Kingdom wages outstrip prices as Brexit squeeze runs its course

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    Expectations of an interest rate hike at the next Bank of England monetary policy committee (MPC) meeting on 10 May have risen as policymakers have highlighted signs of rising inflationary pressure. "We think that the MPC will judge that the upside news on pay growth and inflation cancels out the recent soft activity data - particularly since the latter has been distorted by a number of temporary factors of late".
  • Russia's Putin predicts global 'chaos' if West hits Syria again

    Russia's Putin predicts global 'chaos' if West hits Syria again

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    Fyodor Lukyanov, the Kremlin-friendly editor of the Russian Federation in Global Affairs magazine, ruled out the prospect of a direct military conflict between Moscow and Washington. The U.S. -led operation won broad Western support. Russian media reports claimed police said the apartment was locked from the inside, indicating no one else had entered or left the property.
  • S.Korea lists agenda for summit with North

    S.Korea lists agenda for summit with North

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    Known in the country as the "Day of the Sun", it fell this year on Sunday. On last year's Day of the Sun, Kim put on a military parade bristling with his latest ballistic missiles, exacerbating global tension over his nuclear weapon and missile programmes.
  • New push to legalise cannabis and sell it in shops

    New push to legalise cannabis and sell it in shops

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    It will call for a regulated cannabis market with retail shops to be established. But Senator Di Natale argues governments around the world are realising that prohibition of cannabis causes more harm than it prevents. Colorado food service workers are the most likely to use pot, according to a recent Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report , with employees in the accommodation and food services industry (30.1%) and those who worked in food preparation and serving occupations ...
  • Air China flight forced to land for 'security' reason

    Air China flight forced to land for 'security' reason

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    Chinese police said preliminary investigations found the 41-year-old passenger, identified only by his last name Xu, had a "history of mental illness". A passenger, who witnessed the alleged incident, told The Xiaoxiang Morning Herald the "disturbance" unfolded in either the first or business class cabins, however, no one from the economy class could see anything because the curtains separating the sections were closed.