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Banged up for a ‘what’s up?’: Israelis arrest Palestinian man over mistranslated FB greeting


An erroneous automatic translation has triggered Israeli police in the West Bank, leading them to believe that an innocuous Facebook greeting written in Arabic by a Palestinian man was a call to launch an attack.

Victory through annihilation: Ruin, death & discord left after US-led coalition takes Raqqa


The capture of Syria’s Raqqa by US-backed militias from jihadists came at the high cost of the virtual annihilation of the city itself.

Thousands protest in Portugal against govt's failure to tackle deadly wildfires (PHOTOS)


Thousands of people descended on downtown Lisbon on Saturday to vent their anger at the government’s lackluster response to devastating forest blazes ahead of a no-confidence vote.

‘Report listing RT’s guests is designed to intimidate'


A new report by a US-funded Czech think tank that targeted RT’s on-air guests is an attempt to stifle any views that go outside the accepted US neocon foreign policy of interventionism, Daniel McAdams, executive director of the Ron Paul Institute, told RT.

Japan heads to polls in snap election


Japanese are voting in a general election that will most likely hand Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's ruling coalition a majority in parliament.

World Youth Festival in Sochi closes with vibrant show for globetrotting audience of 20,000 (VIDEO)


The World Festival of Youth and Students, which attracted participants from all over the world to Russia, ended Saturday with a spectacular closing show in the popular Black Sea resort and former Olympic host city of Sochi.

Twitter ignites with jokes after Trump announces the release of the JFK files

After President Donald Trump announced Saturday his intention to release the treasure trove of documents related to the John F.

Spain Moves to Fire Catalonia’s Leadership, Strip Region’s Autonomy


The political crisis just got a lot worse.

Fox renewed Bill O'Reilly contract knowing of harassment allegations


The Fox News Channel says the company knew a news analyst planned to file a sexual harassment lawsuit against Bill O'Reilly when it renewed the popular personality's contract in February.

Fox News finally reveals the reason they fired Bill O’Reilly amid major story about O’Reilly settlement

Fox News revealed the reason network executives ultimately made the decision to dismiss star host Bill O’Reilly in April.

A detained 17-year-old immigrant wants an abortion. The government went to court to stop her.


The teenager is just one of many unaccompanied immigrant minors affected by a new policy restricting abortion access.

Report: Fox Settled $32 Million Harassment Case Against O’Reilly


And then awarded him a giant contract.

Trump hints he’ll release the final batch of classified JFK assassination files


But he has the authority, and a little bit of time, to block their release. President Donald Trump tweeted on Saturday morning that he’s probably going to release the final batch of classified government documents surrounding the 1963 assassination of John F.

CNN host tries to bait Gold Star mother into bashing Trump — but she was having none of it

A heartbroken Gold Star mother had no intention to play politics on CNN Thursday when a CNN host pressed her to wade into the controversy surrounding President Donald Trump and Gold Star families.

Giving up on moral & ethical values ‘more dangerous than nuclear bomb’ – Putin


Humanity is entering a new stage in its development when abandoning moral and ethical values may cause a larger catastrophe than a nuclear war, Russian President Vladimir Putin told the guests of the 19th World Festival of Youth and Students in Sochi.

Niger Ambush: Here's What We Know So Far


Watch Video More than two weeks ago, an ambush in Niger killed four U.S. troops and left two wounded.

Catalan parliament: Spanish government measures are a ‘coup’


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Aviation Authorities Want To Ban Laptops In Checked Bags


Watch Video You may not be able to put your laptop in checked bags much longer. The Federal Aviation Administration is recommending a global ban on laptops and other large electronics in checked luggage due to the fire hazard posed by their lithium ion batteries.

WHO under fire for making Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe a goodwill ambassador


The World Health Organization (WHO) came under intense criticism Saturday for its decision to name Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe as the organization's newest goodwill ambassador.


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