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Russian ambassador to the US Sergei Kislyak ends his termRussia ambassador to the United States, a prominent figure in the controversy over Russia's possible involvement in the presidential election, has ended his assignment
The Associated Press28 minutes ago
Charlie Gard's parents Connie Yates and Chris Gard arrive at the Royal Courts of Justice in London where the hearing will resume into the case of their terminally-ill baby, Friday July 21, 2017. A British court is giving the parents of 11-month-old Charlie Gard a chance to present fresh evidence that their terminally ill son should receive experimental treatment. (Lauren Hurley/PA via AP)
Baby Charlie protesters to rally as hospital reports threatsProtesters who want critically ill British baby Charlie Gard to receive an experimental treatment are planning a rally and prayer vigil and hospital officials say they have received death threats in the heartbreaking case.
The Associated Press44 minutes ago
Israeli border police officers stand guard near newly installed cameras at the entrance to the Al Aqsa Mosque compound in Jerusalem's Old City, Sunday, July 23, 2017. Israel installed new security cameras Sunday at the entrance to the sensitive Jerusalem holy site, as officials began indicating it was considering "alternatives" to the metal detectors at the contested shrine that set off a weekend of violence and raised tensions in the region. (AP Photo/Mahmoud Illean)
Israel installs new security cameras at Jerusalem holy siteIsrael installs new security cameras at Jerusalem holy site, as officials begin considering alternatives to lower tensions
The Associated Press1 hour ago
Anti-government protesters raise candles and wave flags, as they gather in front of the Supreme Court in Warsaw, Poland, Saturday, July 22, 2017. Protests have broken out across Poland over plans by the populist ruling party Law and Justice to put the Supreme Court and the rest of the judicial system under the party's political control. (AP Photo/Alik Keplicz)
German justice minister open for EU sanctions against PolandGerman Justice Minister Heiko Maas is welcoming possible measures by the European Union regarding sanctions against Poland because of the country's controversial judicial reforms
The Associated Press1 hour ago
Erdogan says Muslims won't remain silent on Jerusalem crisisTurkey's president condemns Israeli security precautions at sensitive Jerusalem holy site, saying the Islamic world would not remain silent
The Associated Press1 hour ago
FILE- In this file photo dated May 13, 2013, BBC TV journalist and presenter Victoria Derbyshire poses for photographers in London.   Several prominent women at the BBC, including Derbyshire have written an open letter Sunday July 23, 2017,  to BBC Director-General Tony Hall saying documents released last week confirmed that "women at the BBC are being paid less than men for the same work."  and said they want the broadcaster's gender pay gap to be resolved now rather than in several years. (Yui Mok/PA File via AP)
BBC women demand action on gender pay gap now, not in futureProminent women at the BBC want the broadcaster's gender pay gap to be resolved now rather than in several years
The Associated Press1 hour ago
12 US paratroopers hospitalized after night jump in RomaniaOfficials say 12 U.S paratroopers have been hospitalized after they sustained minor injuries during a nighttime parachute jump
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Book about Nelson Mandela's medical treatment stirs disputeSome relatives of Nelson Mandela say a new book by a military doctor that documents the South African leader's treatment before his 2013 death violates doctor-patient confidentiality
The Associated Press1 hour ago
Israelis wave flags in the Israeli settlement of Halamish, Saturday, July 22, 2017. Israel's military has sent more troops to the West Bank and placed forces on high alert a day after a Palestinian stabbed to death three members of an Israeli family and Israeli-Palestinian clashes erupted over tensions at the Holy Land's most contested shrine. (AP Photo/Tsafrir Abayov)
Pope calls for "moderation" after Jerusalem shrine violencePope Francis has appealed for "moderation and dialogue" after recent killings in Jerusalem
The Associated Press2 hours ago
In this photo taken on June 11, 2014, a taxi driver protests against Uber during a 24 hour taxi strike in Madrid, Spain. In a statement Saturday July 22, 2017, the city of Madrid has asked Spain's anti-trust watchdog to investigate whether Uber's new airport transport service violates fair competition laws saying tariffs may violate several articles of the Law of Unfair Competition and consumer rights if they are below the cost of providing the service. (AP Photo/Paul White)
Uber's airport service in Madrid under attack from town hallThe city of Madrid has asked Spain's anti-trust watchdog to investigate whether Uber's new airport transport service violates fair competition laws
The Associated Press2 hours ago
Israelis light candles in the Israeli settlement of Halamish, Saturday, July 22, 2017. Israel's military has sent more troops to the West Bank and placed forces on high alert a day after a Palestinian stabbed to death three members of an Israeli family and Israeli-Palestinian clashes erupted over tensions at the Holy Land's most contested shrine. (AP Photo/Tsafrir Abayov)
The Latest: Israeli DM says no ties will harm PalestiniansIsrael's defense minister says it can live without security cooperation with the Palestinians, but they will suffer if Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas carries through with his promise to do so.
The Associated Press2 hours ago
FILE - In this Saturday, June 25, 2016 file photo, the front pages of Britain's newspapers report on the EU referendum result, London. Since the June 8 British election, there has been a disunited British government, and an increasingly impatient EU. Officials of the bloc have slammed British proposals so far as vague and inadequate. There's also a fight looming over the multibillion-euro bill Britain must pay to meet previous commitments it made as an EU member. British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson blustered recently that the bloc could "go whistle" if it thought Britain would settle a big exit tab. EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier replied: "I am mot hearing any whistling. Just the clock ticking." (AP Photo/Tim Ireland, file)
Divided UK, inconclusive election could put brakes on BrexitJust over a year after British voters chose to leave the European Union, the country remains deeply divided over Brexit
The Associated Press2 hours ago
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