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Terrorist Rams Car into 4 IDF Soldiers, Killing 2

Terrorist Rams Car into 4 IDF Soldiers, Killing 2

Lt. Col. Jonathan Conricus, an Israeli military spokesman, said on Twitter that an "officer and soldier were killed and two soldiers were injured in a car-ramming attack", and that the attack was "deliberate". The Palestinians seek East Jerusalem as their future capital and view Trump's decision as siding with Israel on one of the conflict's thorniest issues.


Weather: Potential winter storm could bring snow and sleet next week

Weather: Potential winter storm could bring snow and sleet next week

If any storms do turn severe, damaging winds and large hail would be the main threats, although an isolated, tornado can not be completely ruled out. Saturday , the high will be near 50 with partly sunny skies and a north northwest wind of 7 to 13 miles per hour, the weather service said. Looking back to this time a year ago - mid-March 2017 - the area had received 15.75 inches of rain.


The uncapped quartet in latest England squad

The uncapped quartet in latest England squad

They kick off against Tunisia in Volgograd on June 18 and Southgate says the safety of everybody associated with England is paramount. They're the things we're really focused on. He's now playing in the bigger matches for Arsenal and has had some good performances for them so it's a good time for him to come back in with us and for us to work with him closely again.



Moscow will expel British diplomats, says Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov

May in a Wednesday address to Parliament said that Russia was behind the poisoning of former Russian spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter earlier this month. Theresa May announced on Wednesday that 23 Russian diplomats will be expelled from the United Kingdom and a range of other measures taken against Moscow, including detaining suspected spies at the United Kingdom border, increasing checks on private flights and freezing some Russian state assets.


Congresswomen slam Zinke after he offers Hanabusa tone-deaf Japanese greeting

Congresswomen slam Zinke after he offers Hanabusa tone-deaf Japanese greeting

The only problem - it was still the morning. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke is drawing criticism for his use of a Japanese greeting when responding to a question from a congresswoman of Japanese descent. "The internment of almost 120,000 Japanese Americans is no laughing matter", Sen. A message seeking comment from the Interior Department was not immediately returned.


Student, 18, viciously beaten by 'group of women' outside shopping centre dies

Student, 18, viciously beaten by 'group of women' outside shopping centre dies

An Egyptian student who was attacked in the United Kingdom city of Nottingham in February died from her wounds in hospital on Wednesday after being treated for serious head injuries. "Then the girls kept saying punch her more, punch her more". "I was shocked and they should be ashamed of themselves", she added. "They can describe it as they wish but we need to know what is the situation".