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Alabama Supreme Court chief justice suspended for efforts to block gay marriage

Roy MooreAlabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore was suspended and charged with ethics violations for trying to undermine a federal law legalizing gay marriage.

Moore, for the second time in his career, will face the charges before the Alabama Court of the Judiciary and the possibility of permanent removal from office. A state judicial oversight commission filed the complaint Friday, claiming abuse of power, VOA reported.

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Pentagon: U.S. troops sent to Yemen in al-Qaida battle

US troops sent to YemenA "small number" of U.S. troops were deployed to support Arab forces in Yemen, the Pentagon announced Friday.

Navy Capt. Jeff Davis said the troops have been in the conflict-stricken country for about two weeks in an effort to assist both Yemeni and Emirati special forces against the militants, according to the Washington Post.

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Egypt sentences six to death in espionage case

Egypt sentences five to deathAn Egyptian court on Saturday sentenced six people to death, including two Al Jazeera journalists, who were accused of leaking state secrets to Qatar.

The case of jailed former President Mohamed Morsi, who is also charged for espionage for Qatar, was however, adjourned.

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US takes tougher tone on Israeli settlements in new report

Israeli settlementsThe United States will endorse a tougher tone with Israel in an upcoming international report that takes the Jewish state to task over settlements, demolitions and property seizures on land the Palestinians claim for a future state, diplomats told The Associated Press.

The U.S. and its fellow Mideast mediators also will chastise Palestinian leaders for failing to rein in anti-Israeli violence. But the diplomats involved in drafting the document said its primary focus will be a surge of construction in Jewish housing in the West Bank and east Jerusalem.

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Trump will testify after election in Trump University suit

Trump UniversityDonald Trump will testify after the presidential election on a class-action lawsuit that accuses the billionaire businessman and his now-defunct Trump University of defrauding people who paid up to $35,000 for real estate seminars, his attorney said Friday.

A federal judge in San Diego set a Nov. 28 trial, raising the possibility that Trump could take the stand as a president-elect if he wins the White House. The presumptive GOP nominee plans to attend most, if not all, of trial and will take the witness stand, Trump lawyer Daniel Petrocelli said.

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US election: Jeb Bush refuses to back Donald Trump

Jeb Bush will not endorse Donald TrumpFormer Florida Governor Jeb Bush has said he will not vote for Republican nominee Donald Trump in November's presidential election.  Mr Bush joins several high-profile Republicans who have refused to support the New York businessman's campaign.

House Speaker Paul Ryan said on Thursday he "was not ready" to support Mr Trump, but will meet him next week.

Breaking with tradition, Mr Bush's father and brother - both former presidents - also withheld support.

Some Republicans have said they would back Democrat Hillary Clinton but Mr Bush ruled that out.

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Officer Captured After Shooting Spree Leaves 3 Dead In Maryland

Officer captured after shooting spreeA federal officer is in custody after allegedly shooting three people dead and injuring three others within 24 hours in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area, in three separate locations.

Eulalio Tordil, 62, allegedly shot and killed his estranged wife on Thursday evening outside High Point High School in Beltsville, Maryland, and wounded another person, according to police.

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Jane Goodall's bid to save grizzly bears threatened by $50 hunting licenses

Graiaaley bears endangered by cheap licensesA coalition of scientists headed by renowned conservationist Jane Goodall has implored the federal government to re-think its decision to strip protection from Yellowstone’s grizzly bears, as hunters in Montana are set to be offered $50 licenses to shoot the hulking predators.

A total of 58 experts have put their name to a letter urging the US Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) to keep the grizzly bears on the Endangered Species Act, which has protected them from hunters and other interference since 1975.

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Turkish journalists jailed for five years, hours after courthouse attack

Journalists jailed in IstanbulTwo prominent journalists were sentenced to at least five years in jail for revealing state secrets on Friday, just hours after a gunman tried to shoot one of them outside the Istanbul courthouse.

Can Dundar, editor-in-chief of the opposition Cumhuriyet newspaper, who was unscathed in the shooting, was given five years and 10 months. Erdem Gul, the newspaper's Ankara bureau chief, was sentenced to five years. They were acquitted of some other charges, including trying to topple the government.

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