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Years from the Israeli occupation of Palestine lands

Years from the Israeli occupation of Palestine lands

The military conflict began when Israel on June 5 launched a sudden pre-emptive airstrike that destroyed nearly all of the Egyptian air force on the ground. The reality of Israel's occupation extends far beyond the parameters defined in global law, which regarded occupation as a temporary measure borne out of the circumstances of war yet subject to the rules of war and confined by the commitment to respect worldwide law and the rights of protected persons.


Trump sides with Saudis, other Arab nations against Qatar

Trump sides with Saudis, other Arab nations against Qatar

The highest number of Qatari flights are bound to North Africa and Southern Europe via an air route over Saudi Arabia and Egypt , the official was quoted as saying by the Mehr News Agency, adding that from now on, the Qatari flights will have to cross over Iran , Iraq and Jordan for travelling to North Africa.



UAE demands guarantees before mending Qatar ties

Image copyright AFP Image caption Qatar hosts the largest USA air base in the Middle East Have any Gulf states not cut ties? "The real challenge is what Qatar can do to mitigate (the losses), and right now, it doesn't look like it is in a position to do anything".



Why the game is on: Paris climate deal

On Friday, Under Armour CEO Kevin Plank wrote in the Baltimore Sun, "I disagree with the decision to exit the Paris Accord ". In a world so divided by ideology, inequality and economic competition, the Paris agreement was one rare area of global consensus to cooperate, on climate change.


Irish police say one London attacker had Irish ID

Irish police say one London attacker had Irish ID

Gardai were last night continuing to carry out background checks on Redouane to determine who he was in contact with while in the Republic. But, as exclusively revealed in yesterday's Irish Daily Star, he was never on the Gardai's radar for criminality.


F**k You, I'm Millwall

F**k You, I'm Millwall

Larner most probably saved numerous lives as a result of his actions, and via the Evening Standard , has lifted the lid on his brush with the terrorists. Roy claimed he shouted it a second time, and described it as "the worst thing" he could have done as they carried on attacking him. A spokesman for the club said: " Millwall Football Club wishes to commend Roy Larner for his huge bravery in incredibly terrifying circumstances, and indeed all other members of the public whose actions ...