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Softly, softly for now, British PM May's enforcers gear up for big Brexit vote
Less than five months before Britain leaves the European Union, Prime Minister Theresa May’s parliamentary enforcers are on the prowl.
In Saudi, Britain's Hunt calls for end to Yemen war, Khashoggi justice
British foreign minister Jeremy Hunt will visit Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates on Monday to press for an end to the war in Yemen and to call on Saudi leaders to cooperate with an investigation into the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
France squashed Trump-Putin meeting in Paris, Kremlin says
A top Kremlin foreign affairs aide says the French government requested that President Vladimir Putin and President Donald Trump back away from plans to meet during their Paris visit.
Central American migrants resume their march toward U.S. border
Hundreds of Central American migrants resumed their march north through Mexico on Saturday, en route to the U.S. border where President Donald Trump has effectively suspended the granting of asylum to migrants who cross illegally.
Trump could designate Iran-backed Yemen rebels as terror group, report says
The Trump administration is reportedly contemplating designating Yemen’s Iran-backed Houthi militia as a terrorist organization, igniting a debate over whether or not such a label will bring the protracted war to a faster end.
U.S. envoy: Trump’s Mideast ‘deal of the century’ to be released ‘soon’
U.S. President Donald Trump will 'soon' release his plan for Israel-Palestinian peace and both sides should not 'listen to rumors' about the plan, White House Middle East envoy Jason Greenblatt said.
Abbas eyeing 'decisive decisions' in relations with Hamas, Israel and U.S.
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas accused Hamas of obstructing the establishment of a Palestinian state, and hinted that he was planning new measures against the Gaza Strip.
Analysis: What was the IDF doing in Gaza and is a new war brewing?
An IDF operation deep inside the Gaza Strip, no matter how covert, carries with it tremendous risk. What exactly happened late Sunday night in southern Gaza is still shrouded in mystery, but from the little detail that the IDF has permitted for publication, it seems that something in the Israeli operation went wrong.
Israeli special forces officer killed, another injured in Gaza raid
An Israeli special forces officer was killed and another was moderately wounded during a night-time operation in the Gaza Strip on Sunday, the army said. The incident sparked intense clashes between the Israeli military and the Hamas terror group.
Intense clashes with Gaza break out as Hamas commander said killed in IDF raid
Israeli special forces conducted a raid in the Gaza city of Khan Younis on Sunday night, apparently killing several suspected Hamas terrorists, including a senior commander in its military wing, and bringing the region back to the brink of war.
Inside the United States
Rick Scott files flurry of election lawsuits with Florida recount underway
Florida Gov. Rick Scott, the GOP candidate for U.S. Senate, filed multiple lawsuits against Broward and Palm Beach Counties on Sunday, accusing local officials of 'willful disregard of the law.'
Death toll rises in California as wildfires rage across state
The charred remains of 14 more people have been found in and around a Northern California town overrun by flames from a massive wildfire, officials said on Saturday, raising the death toll to at least 23.
Democrat Abrams files new suit in Georgia governor's race
Stacey Abrams' Democratic campaign filed a federal lawsuit Sunday asking a judge to delay vote certifications in Georgia unsettled governor's race by one day and to make officials count any votes that were wrongly rejected.
Arizona Senate vote count settlement reached; counties given extension to cure ballots
Republicans and Democrats in Arizona reached an agreement in court Friday that gives all counties in the state until this coming Wednesday to address problems with ballots, as vote tallying for the state's tight Senate race continues.
ABC, NBC Ignore Court Rulings Against Dems for Florida Election Shenanigans
As the contentious Florida gubernatorial and U.S. Senate races moved on to a mandatory machine recount, they do so under a cloud corruption as Democratic election officials were accused of voter fraud and other forms of misconduct. Despite the fact that Florida courts had already ruled twice against Democrats, ABC’s and NBC’s Sunday morning news programs ignored the orders for transparency. The networks preferred to keep the truth hidden.