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Rockets fired from Gaza towards Tel Aviv: Israeli military | News

The Israeli army said at least two rockets were launched against Israel, activating rocket sirens in the Tel Aviv area on Thursday 19659002. The Israeli army said its defense system Iron dome missile intercepted one of the rockets, while another landed in an open area, Israeli newspaper Haaretz said. Israeli television reported explosions and sirens listening. An Israeli military spokesman …

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Minnesota Dems consider primary challenge against Ilhan Omar

Local Democrats are seriously considering supporting an unprecedented challenge in the Minnesota Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar in 2020, following a bipartisan condemnation of some of its claims as anti-Semitic, according to state officials and representatives. Activists and officials interviewed by The Hill said that although they have not yet recruited a viable alternative candidate to 37-year-old Omar, frustrations are increasing. …

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UK Parliament votes for a Brexit delay | UK News

The British parliament voted in favor of postponing the UK's departure from the European Union by three months, pending approval of Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit agreement within a week. Deputies in the House of Commons voted from 412 to 202 Thursday in favor of a proposal by the government proposing an extension "una tantum … in order to approve …

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All US diplomats have left Venezuela: Mike Pompeo | USA News

The United States withdrew all remaining diplomatic personnel from its embassy in Caracas as the crisis in Venezuela deepens. "Today all US diplomats left in Venezuela left the country, I know it's a difficult time for them," US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said in a statement on Thursday 19659002. He said the United States remains committed to support the …

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Brexit Live Updates: Parliament Votes to Delay Britain’s E.U. Departure

• There are only 15 days to go before Great Britain, and no consensus on how to do it, Parliament voted Thursday to postpone the departure date which is fast approaching. • With the narrowest margin, Prime Minister Theresa May rejected a power game by legislators who wanted to wrest control of the Brexit process from her. They also voted …

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Cuba’s new constitution could reshape government, economy, rights

March 14, 2019, 2:29 PM GMT of Associated Press HAVANA – In the midst of a regional crisis over Venezuela and tight economic difficulties, the Cuban government is about to launch a remaking sweep of its centrally planned one-party system with dozens of new laws that could remodel everything from criminal justice to the market economy. Almost a year of …

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Brexit: Parliament to vote on delay, rejects a second referendum

Karla Adam London Correspondent covering the United Kingdom March 14 at 13:17 LONDON – British MPs will vote Thursday if they try to delay Brexit – maybe for weeks, maybe for months – after Prime Minister Theresa May's plans for the exit from the European Union were repeatedly rejected by a raucous parliament trying to fight control over the exit …

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Brexit amendments: What might MPs vote on?

Copyright of the image European Photopress Agency Parliamentarians will vote later on whether or not the United Kingdom should ask for it. authorization of the EU to delay the Brexit beyond March 29th. Backbench MPs and the opposition parties presented eleven amendments to show what they want to do next. President John Bercow has selected four amendments for the debate, …

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