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Pope Francis prays for victims of worst terrorist attack in Egypt's history

Pope Francis prays for victims of worst terrorist attack in Egypt's history

Air strikes and shelling in the besieged Eastern Ghouta area have killed at least 123 people, including 26 children, since an offensive began nearly two weeks ago. "We also pray in silence for them". Following news of the bombing, Cardinal Pietro Parolin, Vatican secretary of state, said the pope was "profoundly grieved" by the loss of life and condemned the attack as a "wanton act of brutality directed at innocent civilians gathered in prayer".


Turkey expects Trump to 'keep promise' not to arm Syria Kurds

Turkey expects Trump to 'keep promise' not to arm Syria Kurds

While the USA insists that supporting the YPG is the only option to defeat Daesh, Ankara says an alternative can be found with local Arab tribes backed by countries in the region instead of supporting and arming one terrorist group against another.


Indonesia extends Bali airport closure due to Agung eruption

Indonesia extends Bali airport closure due to Agung eruption

At Bursa Malaysia, AirAsia X shares were traded at 35 sen at 10:36am today, for a market value of RM1.47 billion. Agung's last eruption in 1963 killed more than 1,000 people and razed several villages by hurling out pyroclastic material, hot ash, lava and lahar.


Car Thieves Using New 'Relay Method' Caught on CCTV

Car Thieves Using New 'Relay Method' Caught on CCTV

Therefore, when the relay box was waved at the front door, it stole the signal of the auto keys, which was likely in the house and transmitted it to the second box next to the vehicle. All of this took place in under a minute and like we said, the thieves did not have to smash the windows or hot wire the auto in order to make off with it.


Conservative Group Linked To Woman Who Falsely Accused Moore

Conservative Group Linked To Woman Who Falsely Accused Moore

When Post reporters confronted her with inconsistencies in her story and an Internet posting that raised doubts about her motivations, she insisted that she was not working with any organization that targets journalists. "So, I don't know what you think about that". She said she moved in with an aunt in the Talladega area of Alabama and started attending a church youth group when she met Moore in 1992, the year he became a county judge.


Anthony Scaramucci threatens Tufts student newspaper with defamation lawsuit

Anthony Scaramucci threatens Tufts student newspaper with defamation lawsuit

Tufts University released a statement saying they are "disappointed" that Scaramucci wants to sue the paper but did not comment on whether he will remain on the advisory board. The Daily printed that letter on Monday. "So either back it up or you will hear from my lawyer". He was also surprised that Tufts postponed Monday's event.