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Netanyahu: We must limit money for human rights organizations
Benjamin NetanyahuJune 13, 2017 ET
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that he has been pushing forward a bill to ban foreign governments from funding Israeli human rights organizations.
Another court blocks Trump's travel ban, Maryland, D.C. sue him over foreign payments
Donald TrumpJune 12, 2017 ET
Another federal appeals court - the 9th Circuit based in western United States - ruled against U.S. President Donald Trump's travel ban from six Muslim majority nations.
Hundreds of flights, trains suspended as China braces for Typhoon Merbok
Typhoon MerbokJune 12, 2017 ET
More than 120 flights had been delayed or canceled and train services had been suspended in the southern Chinese province of Guangdong as it braced for Typhoon Merbok's landfall.
Cyber firms warn of malware that could cause power outages
power outagesJune 12, 2017 ET
Two cyber security firms said they have uncovered malicious software that they believe caused a December 2016 Ukraine power outage, warning that the malware could be easily modified to harm critical infrastructure operations around the globe.
Passenger plane lands with hole in engine
Flight MU736June 12, 2017 ET
A plane bound for Shanghai returned back to Sydney as a gaping hole opened up in the plane's engine casing shortly after takeoff.
Argentina invites UK to resume Falklands question negotiations
FalklandsJune 12, 2017 ET
Argentina has again invited the UK to resume negotiations on the Falklands/Malvinas question.
Puerto Rico votes in favor of U.S. statehood
Puerto RicoJune 12, 2017 ET
The economically struggling U.S. island territory of Puerto Rico voted overwhelmingly on Sunday in favor of becoming the 51st state.
Russian personal, pay info leak cases rocket 80% in 2016
Russia sensitive informationJune 12, 2017 ET
Leakage of sensitive information from Russian companies and the government 80% in 2016 to 213 cases, while a total volume of compromised data swelled more than 100 times to 128 million records, but was below 4% of the world’s leakage.
France is calling U.S. scientists to come, stay for 4 years and do research
France universityJune 12, 2017 ET
If you are an American scientist, student, teacher, or business person working on climate change solutions, France would love for you to stay awhile.
Northern Greece village to be relocated after mine collapse
Yorgos StathakisJune 12, 2017 ET
A village in northern Greece was evacuated and will be relocated after a mine collapse in the area, which caused no injuries, national news agency AMNA reported on Sunday.
130 Italian families won't protect children, but want asylum in Austria
vaccinationsJune 12, 2017 ET
More than 130 families in the Italian province of South Tyrol are allegedly threatening to seek asylum in Austria, just days after the Italian president signed a decree requiring mandatory vaccinations for school admission.
Iran flies food to Qatar amid concerns of shortages
Iran air trafficJune 12, 2017 ET
Iran has sent four cargo planes of food to Qatar and plans to provide 100 tonnes of fruit and vegetable every day, Iranian officials said, amid concerns of shortages after Qatar's biggest suppliers severed ties with the import-dependent country.
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