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October 22, 2017

Middle East

Israeli soldier convicted of manslaughter in killing of immobile Palestinian assailant

Israeli soldier convicted of manslaughter in killing of immobile Palestinian assailant By Jeffrey Heller JERUSALEM (Reuters) – An Israeli soldier who shot dead a wounded and incapacitated Palestinian assailant in the occupied West Bank was convicted of manslaughter on Wednesday in one of the most divisive trials in Israel’s history. Hundreds of far-right protesters rallied

Iraq ready with special force to storm Tal Afar

By Saif Hameed – BAGHDAD (Reuters) – Iraq is readying a special force tasked with storming Tal Afar, a bastion of Islamic State west of Mosul, in a way that would avoid revenge killings against the town’s Sunni population.    Capturing or isolating Tal Afar from Mosul is a key part of the U.S-backed offensive to

Erdogan threatens EU to open gates to migrants

By Tulay Karadeniz and Nick Tattersall   – ANKARA/ISTANBUL (Reuters) – Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan threatened on Friday to unleash a new wave of migrants from Europe after lawmakers there voted for a temporary halt to Turkey’s EU membership negotiations, but behind the fighting talk, neither side wants a collapse in ties. Europe’s deteriorating relations with

Israel horror fire, thousands evacuated from Haifa

Israel – About 80,000 people have been told to evacuate their homes as wildfires swept into Israel’s third largest city of Haifa. Haifa third biggest city of Israel’s fire is still out of control which started three days earlier. More than 150 persons are injured in the fire and 80,000 shifted to safe places. The police

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