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Global Media French Minister: Hundreds of Jihadis Have Returned From Iraq and Syria
Author: 0 French Minister: Hundreds of Jihadis Have Returned From Iraq and Syria

He said these militants are now subject to investigation by public prosecutors. An estimated 700 French nationals left the country to fight in the Middle East. France has been on high alert since January 2015, when it was hit by a series of ISIS-linked terrorist attacks. The threat of militant attacks in France is "very high", Collumb said citing two different incidences where police were targeted on Paris' Champs Elysees as well as seven foiled plots so far this year.

Global Media Lebanese army drives IS from Syria border posts
Author: 0 Lebanese army drives IS from Syria border posts

In the preceding 24 hours, more than 70 regime rockets had been fired at Eastern Ghouta, the Observatory said, making it the heaviest two days of bombing on the rebel-held area since the 22 July truce. The National News Agency says the army captured several hills between the frontier towns of Ras Baalbek and Arsal, and the Army says in a statement it destroyed IS fortifications and killed several IS militants.

Global Media Early storms release NJ from humidity; cooler weather ahead
Author: 0 Early storms release NJ from humidity; cooler weather ahead

Temperatures will be below seasonal norms, with lows to mid-70s for most of the area, and mid- to upper 60s from Limon to Fort Morgan. SATURDAY: Partly cloudy with a 20% chance for scattered showers and thunderstorms.Low: 74. Additional showers and some isolated thunderstorms are likely to break out with the heating of the day, mainly across the southern half of Minnesota.

Global Media Rosenstein, Christie temper reports of Mueller grand jury in Russian Federation probe
Author: 0 Rosenstein, Christie temper reports of Mueller grand jury in Russian Federation probe

The Justice Department likely won't be going after journalists for publishing leaks on the Trump administration - but anyone who's spilling White House secrets will be fair game, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein said Sunday. Officials are reviewing guidelines that make it hard for prosecutors to subpoena journalists about their sources, Rosenstein reiterated Sunday. "If we identify somebody - no matter what their position is - if they violated the law and that case warrants ...

Global Media Borussia Dortmund v Bayern Munich live stream
Author: 0 Borussia Dortmund v Bayern Munich live stream

Bayern twice had to come from behind in the first Klassiker of the campaign with Robert Lewandowski cancelling out Christian Pulisic's opener, while Roman Burki's own goal denied Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang the chance to prove the match victor.

Global Media Venezuela cracks down on military 'terrorists'
Author: 0 Venezuela cracks down on military 'terrorists'

In the video, a man identifying himself as Capt Juan Caguaripano said that any unit refusing to go along with its call for rebellion would be targeted by them. Authorities said the men were mercenaries working for a USA -backed opposition to bring down almost two decades of Socialism in oil-rich Venezuela, raising the specter of a further government crackdown on dissent in coming days.

Global Media France opens counter-terrorism probe into knife-wielding man at Eiffel Tower
Author: 0 France opens counter-terrorism probe into knife-wielding man at Eiffel Tower

The suspect later told police that he had wanted to attack a soldier and had been in touch with a member of the Islamic State group who encouraged him to do so, according to the official close to the investigation. The famous French landmark was lit up in blue and red while a screen flashed up images of the striker signed from Barcelona for a world-record £198million .

Global Media Metro [VIDEO] Gunmen Open Fire on Worshipers in Anambra Church, 47 Dead
Author: 0 Metro [VIDEO] Gunmen Open Fire on Worshipers in Anambra Church, 47 Dead

The source reportedly said some worshippers who were critically injured died on their way to the Nnamdi Azikiwe Teaching Hospital in Nnewi, the state capital. HURIWA said the serial and spectacular inability of the Nigeria's federal police to secure Nigerians all across the length and breath of the Country supports the urgency of now to bring about the State policing institutions to be composed of well trained, well motivated and well mobilised Police operatives to secure all parts of Nigeria.

Global Media China urges N. Korea to stop missile tests, resume talks
Author: 0 China urges N. Korea to stop missile tests, resume talks

Tillerson is in Manila for an annual summit hosted by Southeast Asian countries collectively known as ASEAN. Following the meeting is Monday's annual ASEAN Regional Forum (ARF), which gathers 27 foreign ministers - including those of Russia, Japan, South Korea, the US, China and North Korea - to discuss Asian security issues.

Author: 0 Stephen Miller could take on a WH communications role

Miller even managed to provoke a statement from the Anne Frank Center after suggesting The New Colossus, the poem about accepting the downtrodden with open arms that's engraved on the pedestal of the Statue of Liberty, doesn't mean shit because it was "added later".

Author: 0 Pauly Shore Impersonates Stephen Miller in amusing or Die Viral Clip

For today's immigrant pioneers, who like my parents largely come from Latin America, the symbol of their welcome is not the Statue of Liberty but the constantly expanding wall across the desert. By Miller's logic, maybe the United States Constitution lacks significance because it was written 11 years after our country's founding. Nevertheless, to me, this picture still represents that he made it and that through his immigration story my own (still unborn) life as an American began.

Global Media 72nd Anniversary of the first atomic bomb in Hiroshima
Author: 0 72nd Anniversary of the first atomic bomb in Hiroshima

Referring to the 122 nations that voted for the nuclear weapons prohibition treaty, Matsui said, "they demonstrated their unequivocal determination to achieve abolition". As of March 2017, the death toll of Hiroshima victims called "hibakusha" stood at 164,621. The US dropped a second atomic bomb on Nagasaki on the island of Kyushu on August 9, six days before Japan surrendered, ending World War II.

Author: 0 Former minister elected as new vice president of India

The former member of Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, the ideological wing of the BJP, was urban development minister in Modi government. Naidu has also been the president of the party twice. He served three terms in the Rajya Sabha from Karnataka from 1998 and was elected for his fourth term from Rajasthan a year ago. Union Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi also lauded Naidu and said he would strengthen the democratic principles as Vice President of India and Chairman of Rajya Sabha.

Global Media Fourth Man Detained Over Australian Terrorism Plot Is Released
Author: 0 Fourth Man Detained Over Australian Terrorism Plot Is Released

The first plot was abandoned at the very final stage on 15 July, after an improvised explosive device was taken as far as the worldwide terminal of Sydney airport, according to the AFP. The charges carry a maximum penalty of life in prison. Police applied for a special detention order to hold and question the men for seven days. The case against the two charged with terrorism offences was briefly mentioned in a Sydney court Friday and was adjourned until November 14, with no application ...

Global Media Jaitley meets family of slain RSS worker Rajesh
Author: 0 Jaitley meets family of slain RSS worker Rajesh

After meeting the kin of the RSS worker, Jaitley said this kind of violence will neither suppress ideology in Kerala nor it will be able to scare our workers, reported ANI . Jaitley's visit to the state comes on the backdrop of increasing clashes between BJP-RSS workers and CPM members. Post Rajesh's murder, Rajnath Singh had called Chief Minister Pinnarayi Vijayan and voiced concerns over the law and order situation in the state.

Global Media State of emergency in BC extended to August 18
Author: 0 State of emergency in BC extended to August 18

Thousands of people have been evacuated and a province is in a state of emergency as more than 200 fires carve a destructive swathe across the North American continent. In 1958, wildfires engulfed more than 8,500 square kilometres. Smoke from the fires has lowered the air quality in much of southern B.C. "Temperatures are going to be in the 30s and above in the southern part of the province and the Cariboo with that relatively low humidity, so still quite dry and still unfortunately no ...