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World Leaders Gather For The Burial Of Former Israeli Leader Shimon Peres

Shimon Peres funeralWelcoming Abbas, as participants recorded the encounter on their cellphones, Netanyahu said of his attendance: “It’s something that I appreciate very much on behalf of our people and on behalf of us.”

But Abbas’s rare visit to the city, a short drive through Israeli military checkpoints from Ramallah, in the occupied West Bank, seemed unlikely to yield anything more than handshakes.


Rosetta Spacecraft Safely Lands on Comet


Some space missions go out with a bang, others with a victorious return to Earth, but Rosetta’s final moment was marked simply by radio silence.

Shortly after noon (BST) on Friday, the European Space Agency (ESA) spacecraft finally collided with the duck-shaped comet that it has been pursuing through space for twelve-and-a-half years, switched off its transmitters and hung up the phone to its controllers on Earth.


Ala. Chief Justice Roy Moore Suspended For Rest Of Term Over Gay Marriage Stance

Roy Moore suspended for remainder of term

Saying that Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore violated judicial ethics when he ordered judges not to respect the U.S. Supreme Court's landmark ruling on same-sex marriage, Alabama's Court of the Judiciary suspended Moore for the rest of his term in office.

The order also requires the head of Alabama's highest court to pay the costs of the proceedings against him and stipulates that he will not be paid for the remainder of his six-year term. The next election for the state's chief justice post is scheduled for 2018.


Donald Trump jumps into the gutter

Trump jumps into the gutterWhile Hillary Clinton is riding high after the first presidential debate, Donald Trump is jumping down into the gutter.

In the wee hours of Friday morning, the impulse-control-deficient Republican nominee let loose a torrent of tweets, calling former Miss Universe winner Alicia Machado “disgusting” and accusing her of having a sex tape.


Wisconsin Is Systematically Failing to Provide the Photo IDs Required to Vote in November

voter idZack Moore, a 34-year-old African-American man, moved from Chicago to Madison last year. He worked at a car wash and then a landscaping job before breaking his leg and becoming unemployed. After staying with his brother, he’s now homeless and sleeping on the streets of Madison.

On September 22, he went to the DMV to get a photo ID for voting, as required by Wisconsin’s strict voter-ID law. He brought his Illinois photo ID, Social Security card, and a pay stub for proof of residence. But he didn’t have a copy of his birth certificate, which had been misplaced by his sister in Illinois, so the DMV wouldn’t give him an ID for voting. “I’m trying to get a Wisconsin ID so I can vote,” Moore told the DMV. “I don’t have my birth certificate, but I got everything else.”


France begins aicraft carrier airstrikes against Islamic State targets in Mosul

France begins attack against Mosul French fighter jets on Friday began launching attacks against the Islamic State in Iraq from the Charles de Gaulle aircraft carrier in the eastern Mediterranean Sea as the battle for Mosul looms.

Rafale fighters have been targeting IS positions in Mosul, RTL reported.

n Friday's missions, 24 aircraft each armed with four 550-pound laser-guided bombs will participate in bombing the Islamic State's positions in Mosul. The Charles de Gaulle carrier is a 850-foot, 38,000-ton ship powered by two nuclear reactors with a crew of more than 1,900 people.


Loma Fire continues to grow in Northern California

Loma fireThe wildfire in the mountains near Santa Cruz, Calif. has grown to 4,147 acres and is 34 percent contained, Cal Fire said Thursday.

The so-called Loma Fire has destroyed eight homes, nine other buildings and damaged another home since it broke out on Monday. A winery is one of the areas scorched by the fire.

A firefighter has been injured, but Cal Fire did not disclose the firefighters condition.


Bulgaria parliament bans full-face veils in public

Bulgaria bans full burkasBulgaria's parliament has approved a nationwide law banning the wearing of face-covering veils from most public places.

The legislation, pushed by the nationalist Patriotic Front coalition and passed on Friday, echoes similar moves in a small number of European Union countries such as France, Netherlands and Belgium.


Duterte cites Hitler, wants to kill millions of addicts

Duterte wants to kill addictsPhilippine President Rodrigo Duterte has appeared to compare himself with Adolf Hitler, saying he would be "happy to slaughter" millions of drug addicts just like Nazi Germany killed three million Jews.

"Hitler massacred three million Jews ... there's three million drug addicts. There are. I'd be happy to slaughter them," Duterte said early on Friday on his arrival in Davao City after a visit to Vietnam.


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