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Protests in Egypt: "Hundreds detained" after rare riots against the government

Media playback is not supported on your device. Media Signature Sally Nabil of the BBC says demonstrators on Tahrir Square in Cairo are undaunted in government corruption, human rights activists say. On Friday evening, demonstrations were reported in Cairo, Alexandria and several other cities as well as Saturday night in the port city of Suez. The authorities have not released …

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China strengthens government presence in Alibaba, Private Giants

(Bloomberg) – The government of one of China's leading technology centers sends officials to 100 local companies, including e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd., recent efforts to exert greater influence on the country's massive private sector. [19659002] Hangzhou in eastern Zhejiang Province appoints government officials to facilitate communication and speed up projects, the city government said on its website. Hangzhou …

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Arab party supports Netanyahu rival for prime minister, Israel president hovers unity government

JERUSALEM – Israeli President began on Sunday to consult with party leaders who will lead the country after last week's clear election victory did not emerge. This suggests that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Likud unites with his main rival. For the second time in five months, Wing Likud failed to win a clear election victory. Benny Gantz, the centrist blue-white …

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Israeli President engages in talks to form a new government

Israeli President Reuven Rivlin began two days of meaningful talks with representatives of all parliamentary groups on Sunday for two days before selecting his candidate for the Prime Minister after a deadlocked re-election was planned to make the formation of a new government a daunting task , Israel? Add Israel as an interest to keep abreast of the latest ABC …

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Parliament: Government "will abide by the judgment of the Supreme Court"

The government will comply with the Supreme Court's decision to suspend the parliament if the verdict is pronounced this week, saying the Foreign Minister said he did not want to "pull the levers out" of the position United Kingdom weakens. The decision as to whether the Prorogue decision is unlawful is due this week. Jeremy Corbyn said he will work …

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In Egypt, rare protests broke out against the government

Hundreds of demonstrators gathered in Cairo and other Egyptian cities late on Friday to raise anti-government slogans when they responded to an online call for a demonstration against government corruption following a crackdown on dissidents under President Abdel Fattah el -Sisi. After the overthrow of President Mohamed Morsi in 2013 after mass protests against his rule, Mr. el-Sisi took power. …

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Trump's government reaches agreement on sending asylum seekers to El Salvador to prevent migrants from entering the US

Kevin McAleenan, Acting Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, said the deal was announced Friday afternoon, according to government officials aware of the agreement. McAleenan traveled to El Salvador last month to negotiate the agreement with President Nayib Bukele. Officials refer to the agreement as an "Asylum Cooperation Agreement" and insist that such an agreement does not correspond to …

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The Trump government calls on the Supreme Court to face the challenge of the consumer bureau

The Trump Administration and Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) on Tuesday called on the Supreme Court to bring an action against the constitutionality of the agency. The Supreme Department of Justice and CFPB lawyers argued in a brief lawsuit filed on Tuesday that the structure of the powerful financial guardian violated the executive power of the president. The lawyers urged …

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Tiger Temple: 86 Tiger rescued in raid of the Thai government, now dead

Thai veterinarians examine a sedated tiger before being removed from the Tiger Temple in Kanchanaburi province, Thailand, on May 30, 2016. (Narong Sangnak / EPA-EFE / Shutterstock) Paying in Thailand's notorious Tiger Temple Tourists could pet and pose for selfies with the dozens of large cats calling the attraction home. They could feed tigers on leashes and with the bottle. …

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Ilhan Omar: A government that lies about weather maps can not trust Iran

"Congress has the constitutional right to declare war, the President does not, the Secretary of State does not, and Saudi Arabia certainly is not," said Omar, a Democrat from Minnesota, to Erin of CNN Burnett on "OutFront". "I think we need to make sure Americans understand that this government – weather maps or crowds – is untrustworthy, to give us …

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