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NIS 1 million deducted from PA transfers over torture

Israel’s law enforcement agencies have decided to order the deduction of over a million shekels from the Palestinian Authority’s (PA) tax revenues, Israel Public Broadcasting Corporation (IPBC) reported. The money will cover the medical expenses of PA collaborators who were tortured by the PA’s security services, as well as for the compensation they demanded. Last Read More…

Large section of highway bridge collapses in Genoa, northwestern Italy

A huge stretch of a highway bridge collapsed during a sudden storm in northwestern Italy on Tuesday, crushing vehicles. Authorities said that about 10 vehicles were involved. Italian media reported that deaths occurred, but a local police officer said the number of victims wasn’t known.  The section of the Morandi bridge in the port city of Genoa collapsed amid Read More…

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A huge stretch of a highway bridge collapsed during a sudden storm in northwestern Italy on Tuesday, crushing vehicles. Authorities said that about 10 vehicles were involved. Italian media reported that deaths occurred, but a local police officer said the number of victims wasn’t known.  The section of the Morandi bridge in the port city of Genoa collapsed amid Read More…

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EDITORIAL: An environment to die for

ANALYSIS/OPINION:  G old doesn’t tarnish, but the Golden State lies blackened. It happens almost every year, but California’s current bout of fast-burning wildfires, following last year’s conflagrations, leads inevitably to a sobering thought: If communities built amid the picturesque West Coast wildlands can’t be protected from rampaging flames when spring flowers and grasses turn tinder-dry Read More…

Don't Let Politics Dumb You Down

X Story Stream recent articles WASHINGTON — In the era of President Trump, politics is reduced to a fatuous, debilitating spectacle. We screech, we weep, we laugh bitterly. We don’t seem to think much. Yet there is an underground. I speak not of some political resistance movement but of quiet, intellectually serious debates taking place Read More…

Obama Carbon Colonialism and Climate Corruption Continue, Part 3

Editor’s note: This column was co-authored by David Wojick. Authors’ note: This is part three of a three-part series explaining how the U.S. Agency for International Development continues to use climate change, sustainability, subsistence farming and other Green fads to justify lethal Obama era anti-development policies. USAID policies perpetuate disease and malnutrition A decade ago, USAID Read More…

Trump Is Not the Reason the GOP Sputtered in Ohio

Last week, Republican Troy Balderson struggled to beat Democrat Danny O’Connor in a House special election in suburban Columbus — an Ohio district the GOP has held for decades and President Trump won by 11 percentage points two years ago. (The race — still too close to call with a margin of 1,564 votes — Read More…

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Dutch superyacht builders propelled by rising economic tide

OSS, Netherlands (Reuters) – With three lounges, three dining rooms, an open-air jacuzzi, a bar and six luxury cabins, the 50-metre “Aster” is one of Dutch shipyard Heesen’s more modest superyachts. The Netherlands, which amassed huge wealth through the technical superiority of European shipbuilders during its 17th century Golden Age, is continuing its maritime tradition Read More…