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Scores killed as violence greets dedication of U.S. Embassy in Israel

Scores killed in riots after Embassy opening in JerusalemMore than 50 Palestinians were killed Monday in mass protests along the border with Gaza while Israel celebrated the U.S. Embassy's contentious move to Jerusalem from Tel Aviv.

The demonstrations have gone on for weeks and reached a violent apex as Israel marked 70 years since the Jewish nation was established. Palestinians annually mark their resulting displacement on Nakba Day, or the Day of Catastrophe, on May 15.

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US embassy opens in Jerusalem amid lockdown

US embassy opens in Jerusalem

The United States has officially relocated its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, in a deeply controversial move that angered Palestinians and drew widespread international condemnation.

The ceremony on Monday took place amid road closures and heavy police presence in anticipation of Palestinian protests.

US President Donald Trump - who in December 2017 declared Jerusalem as Israel's capital, a move long-sought by Israel -  addressed the ceremony via a recorded video message.

"Today we follow through on this recognition and open our embassy in the historic and sacred land of Jerusalem and we're opening it many, many years ahead of schedule," Trump said.

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Trump's comments on China's ZTE draw security concerns

ZTE company to get help from TrumpEmployees of ZTE Corp, the Chinese telecom equipment maker, are cheering a tweet by U.S. President Donald Trump that suggested a resolution is in sight for a devastating ban on sales to the Chinese company.

In an unexpected reversal of a hardline U.S. stance on the issue, Trump said on Twitter on Sunday that he and Chinese President Xi Jinping were working together to give ZTE “a way to get back into business, fast”, citing the loss of many jobs in China.

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'Barbaric' Indonesia church bombings carried out by parents — and their four children

Indonesian church bombing

They were a family of six — sons 18 and 16; daughter 12 and 9 — out and about in Indonesia's second-largest city on a Sunday morning, a time reserved for religious services.

But this was no ordinary clan that approached three churches in Surabaya, police say: This was a family of suicide bombers, large and small, intent on carrying out a lethal mission that would kill seven others and injure at least 41.

The use of children in Sunday's brazen attacks stunned a country that has struggled with growing terrorist threats in recent years.

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Two dead in Paris knife attack

Two dead in multiple stabbing in ParisOne person has been killed and several injured in a knife attack in Paris, French police say.

They say the attacker - who has not been identified - was shot dead by police.

The incident happened in the Opera district of central Paris.

TVNL Comment: This is a developing story. Check back for more details.

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Pakistan blocks US diplomat from leaving country: reports

Pakistani ambassador involved ion deadly car accidentPakistani authorities have reportedly prevented an American diplomat involved in a deadly car accident from leaving Pakistan after a U.S. military plane arrived specifically to fly him out of the country.

Pakistan's The Nation and The Express Tribune reported Saturday that Col. Joseph Hall, the U.S. Embassy's military attaché in Pakistan, was prevented from leaving the country while U.S. officials were informed he could not leave until the accident was adjudicated.

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Canada: Monitor to track hate groups amid far-right rise

Anti- hate protesters outside US embassy in OttawaA new organisation has been set up to track hate groups in Canada amid what experts say is a marked rise in far-right sentiment across the country.

The Canadian Anti-Hate Network (CAN) was launched earlier this month, just as news broke that one of the most prominent neo-Nazi propagandists in North America was living and recruiting members in Montreal.

The Montreal Gazette identified Zeiger - as he is known online - as a local IT professional named Gabriel Sohier Chaput. He is the second-most prolific writer on a neo-Nazi website, The Daily Stormer, the newspaper reported.

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