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Israel denies claims it planted spying devices near the White House (28)
Diplomat insists the allegations made by Politico are 'absolute nonsense', after three unnamed former senior officials were cited as having 'knowledge of the matter.' By JTA September 12, 2019, 2:23 pm Washington D.C's famous White House building Mobile phone surveillance devices that were found near the White House and other sensitive locations around Washington, D.C.
Supreme Court allows broad enforcement of Trump asylum rule (77)
By Mark ShermanThe Associated Press Thu., Sept. 12, 2019timer3 min. read WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court is allowing nationwide enforcement of a new Trump administration rule that prevents most Central American migrants from seeking asylum in the United States. The justices' order late Wednesday temporarily undoes a lower court ruling that had blocked the new asylum policy in some states along the southern
Paris court finds Saudi princess guilty in beating case (22)
Byjohn leicester, associated press A French court found the only daughter of Saudi Arabia's King Salman guilty of complicity in violence Thursday for ordering her bodyguard to detain and strike a plumber for taking photos at the Saudi royal family's apartment in Paris. Princess Hessa bint Salman wasn't present for the Paris court's verdict and sentencing on multiple charges.
Updated: Northern Ireland court throws out Brexit challenge (35)
Associated Press Thursday, 12 September 2019, 12:49 Last update: about 10 minutes ago A Belfast court on Thursday rejected claims that the British government's Brexit strategy will harm Northern Ireland's peace process, the latest in a series of legal challenges to Prime Minister Boris Johnson's plans. Three linked cases had argued that a no-deal U.K.
Russia carries out mass raids on Kremlin critic Navalny's supporters (21)
Andrew Osborn, Maria Tsvetkova MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian law enforcement authorities on Thursday carried out mass raids on the homes and offices of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny's supporters, as part of an investigation into money-laundering. FILE PHOTO: Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny speaks with journalists after he was released from a detention centre in Moscow, Russia August 23, 2019.
France will block development of Facebook Libra cryptocurrency (17)
Sci-Tech AFP Thu, Sep 12, 2019 Listen France will block development of Facebook Libra cryptocurrency France warned Thursday it will block development of Facebook's planned Libra cryptocurrency in Europe because it threatens the "monetary sovereignty" of governments. "I want to be absolutely clear: in these conditions, we cannot authorise the development of Libra on European soil," Bruno Le Maire said at the
Scientists found water vapor in the atmosphere of super-earths (47)
12.09.2019 On the planet K2-18b was discovered the conditions for the emergence of life K2-18b - the only known exoplanet on which all the conditions for the emergence of life. Astronomers found that the atmosphere of the planet K2-18b, which is located 110 light years from Earth, can more than half consist of water vapor.
Justify failed drug test before 2018 Triple Crown run: report (32)
AP NEW YORK - The New York Times says Justify won the 2018 Triple Crown after a failed postrace drug test at a California track that could have kept the horse out of the Kentucky Derby. The newspaper reported Wednesday that Bob Baffert-trained Justify tested positive for the drug scopolamine after winning the Santa Anita Derby, one of the final prep races for the Kentucky Derby.
Skydive horror: F15 jets in near-miss with parachutists at 13,000 feet (15)
TWO SKYDIVERS were almost hit by a pair of F15 fighter jets during a terrifying near-miss in Cambridgeshire, it has emerged. By Joey Millar F15 jets came terrifyingly close to colliding with skydivers over Cambridge (Image: GETTY / AIRPROX BOARD) The terrifying incident was revealed in a report by Airprox Board, who assess midair air safety.
Belting Out Protest Song is Latest Act of Hong Kong Movement (28)
By The Associated Press September 12, 2019 Share HONG KONG-Thousands of Hong Kong people belted out a new protest song in karaoke-style at shopping malls in the latest act of resistance that highlighted the creativity of demonstrators in their months-long fight for democratic freedoms in the semi-autonomous Chinese territory. Late on Sept.