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Israeli Forces Kill Hamas Militant in West Bank Raid

Israeli Forces Kill Hamas Militant in West Bank Raid

Al-Fakih reportedly fired on the Israeli troops who surrounded his house. Fakia and other members of the gang that killed Rabbi Mark were known to Israeli authorities; Fakia himself had been in prison in Israel in the past, jailed as a member of Islamic Jihad (he switched over to Hamas while in prison), and he had been questioned by Israeli authorities three times previously this year on security charges.


Israeli Military Says It Killed Suspect Behind Deadly Ambush

Israeli Military Says It Killed Suspect Behind Deadly Ambush

Ynet described Israel's efforts to find the killers following Mark's murder as the "largest operation in the territory in two years". Islamist group Hamas identified the man killed in the raid as Mohammad al-Fakih and it said he was a member of its armed wing, the al-Qassam Brigades.


Donald Trump Tells Russia to Hack Democrats During Press Conference

Donald Trump Tells Russia to Hack Democrats During Press Conference

Trump , who is expected soon to receive his first government intelligence briefing, suggested Wednesday that Russian Federation could help find emails known to have been deleted from Clinton's private server when she was secretary of state on the grounds they were personal.


Clinton: We just put the biggest crack in that glass ceiling yet

Clinton: We just put the biggest crack in that glass ceiling yet

The former president highlighted Hillary Clinton's numerous achievements as a NY senator and as President Barack Obama's secretary of state, focusing on her ability to listen, build change "from the bottom up", and not quit. Thereafter, several hundred Sanders delegates walked out, chanting as they went. "He's got to remind America of what a presidency under Donald Trump would look like", said Maryland Rep.



US advises Americans to reconsider travel to Turkey

Hinting at a possible concentration of more power in the presidency in the aftermath of the abortive coup, Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said on Monday that political parties have enough common ground to pass limited constitutional changes and aim to eventually draft a whole new charter.