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Israel: "Close Hamas offices in Istanbul" (Yair Lapid to Turkey)

"It is the duty of the entire international community to prevent terrorist acts"


Israel's foreign minister on Monday evening urged Turkey to close the offices of the Hamas terrorist group operating in the country, after Israel announced the arrest of a 50-member Hamas cell run from Istanbul.

“We must prevent these criminal terrorist acts against Israeli citizens everywhere and under all circumstances,” Yair Lapid said.


Why legal experts were not surprised by the Rittenhouse jury's decision to acquit

After 27 hours of deliberation over the course of four days, a jury declared Kyle Rittenhouse not guilty on the five charges he faced after fatally shooting two people and wounding a third during a night of unrest in Kenosha, Wis., last year.

Rittenhouse trembled as the verdict was read, count by count, then collapsed in sobs.


Iowa man guilty of murdering Black man whose body was found burning in a ditch

Relatives of Michael Williams see the killing as a possible hate crime, but authorities described it as a relationship dispute that turned lethal.

A jury convicted an Iowa man of first-degree murder Tuesday in the killing of Michael Williams, a Black man whose body was found burning in a ditch last year.


Morocco : Automotive industry, new sectors to invest to increase the integration rate

The automotive sector is a flagship of the national industry. Over the years, it has acquired a place of reference in the national economic landscape, to the point of becoming the leading exporter in front of historical and strategic sectors such as phosphates, agricultural products or textiles.


Biden in critical talks with President Xi Jinping amid fierce tensions with China

When Chinese President Xi Jinping beamed into the White House on Monday evening for a virtual summit with President Joe Biden, the two men needed no introduction.

"We've spent an awful lot of time talking to one another, and I hope we can have a candid conversation tonight as well," Biden said as the talks got underway around 8 p.m. ET, sitting at the head of the Roosevelt Room table as Xi's visage was broadcast on a pair of television screens.


'Hanging by a thread': Nations strike key climate deal but crisis still looms

The frantic final hours of the conference included a significant compromise on the language around coal power.

After 15 days of tense negotiations, an agreement was reached Saturday by nearly 200 countries at the United Nations Climate Change Conference on how to address the growing crisis of global warming.



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