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Al-Aqsa metal detectors removed; Amman embassy staff return

Al-Aqsa metal detectors removed; Amman embassy staff return

The cabinet voted to remove the metal detector gates after a second meeting that lasted several hours. It says: 'We are calling for churches around the world to pray for you these days and for a just peace for Jerusalem . The Israel Police said the new security cameras they plan to install at the Temple Mount will retain "full respect for the public and its privacy".



Palestinian-Israeli contact to stay frozen, says Abbas

Israel on Tuesday made a decision to remove metal detectors it had placed at the entrance to a holy site in Jerusalem's Old City with other, less obtrusive surveillance means, a cabinet statement said . The Prime Minister's Bureau said that the cabinet had accepted the recommendations of all the security agencies to replace the metal detectors with "smart checking" and other means.


Lawrence County had highest June unemployment rate in NY

Lawrence County had highest June unemployment rate in NY

Columbia County, at 3.5 percent, posted the lowest mark. Unemployment in the county was slightly higher than last month, but 1.4 percent lower than a year ago, slightly lower than the statewide rate (3.7 percent) and almost 1 percent lower than the national rate (4.4 percent).


Driverless cars won't be allowed in India: Nitin Gadkari

Driverless cars won't be allowed in India: Nitin Gadkari

The Hindustan Times reports Mr Gadkari as saying: "We won't allow driverless cars in India. I am very clear on this", Gadkari said . This decision is not for safety concerns. To safely introduce the driverless technology onto the roadways the haphazard roads and chaotic traffic in parts of the country make it hard. When traffic conditions and aggressive driving all around makes our mind spin, we often pass a little judgement of our own that no matter how high their IQ, driverless cars will ...


Trump asserts 'complete power to pardon'; can he pardon himself?

Trump asserts 'complete power to pardon'; can he pardon himself?

Jay Sekulow told reporters in Denver, "We're not researching it because it's not an issue". President Donald Trump lashed out Saturday morning at a new Washington Post report of previously undisclosed alleged contacts between allies of his campaign and Russian government officials, calling the disclosures "illegal leaks" as he continues to try to shift the public focus to what he has said is a partisan attempt to undermine his presidency.