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Vatican expands criticism of Trump's travel ban

Vatican crticizes travel banThe Vatican is criticizing U.S. President Donald Trump's immigration policy, with a senior official voicing concern and the Vatican newspaper saying Trump's recourse to walls and travel bans is counterproductive to America's economic interest.

Archbishop Angelo Becciu, a top official in the Vatican's secretariat of state, was asked Wednesday about Trump's immigration policy.


Israel evacuates settlers from illegal Amona outpost

Israel evacuates settlersIsrael evacuates settlers from illegal Amona outpost
Israeli police move to clear West Bank settlement as construction of 3,000 new settler homes announced elsewhere.

Hundreds of Israeli border police have entered a hardline Jewish settlement outpost in the West Bank Wednesday to evict its residents after a court ruled the homes were built on private Palestinian land.


Nationwide protests in the UK over Trump's Muslim ban

uk protestsTens of thousands of people across Britain have protested against Prime Minister Theresa May's decision to formally invite US President Donald Trump to the country.

Protesters at Monday evening's gatherings demanded that the government withdraw its invitation in light of Trump's decision to ban citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States.


French-Canadian man charged with six counts of murder for 'terrorist attack on Muslims' at Quebec mosque

Attacker at Quebec mosqueA right-wing French-Canadian student has been accused of a "terrorist attack on Muslims," killing six people when he opened fire at a Quebec City mosque.

Alexandre Bissonnette was identified Monday as the suspect in Sunday night's mass shooting at the Islamic Cultural Centre of Quebec, and was charged with six counts of murder as well as five counts of attempted murder.


Rodrigo Duterte suspends Philippines' war on drugs

Duerte suspends war on drugsPhilippine President Rodrigo Duterte said he ordered the National Police to suspend the country's war on drugs and to "cleanse" itself from corruption.

The move comes after the kidnapping and killing of South Korean businessman Jee Ick-joo, 53, who was abducted from his home in October during a raid by rogue anti-drug officers and brought to a headquarters of the National Police Quezon City. Jee was strangled and then cremated, Philippine Justice Department officials said.

"Cleanse your ranks. Review their cases. Give me a list of who the scalawags are," Duterte said referring to the police late Sunday.


Quebec mosque shooting: 6 dead; premier calls it act of terror

Qebec mosque attackAt least six people were killed in a shooting at a mosque in Quebec City during evening prayers, police said.

Gunmen fired on about 50 people inside the Quebec Islamic Cultural Centre on Sunday at 8pm local time (01:00 GMT).

"Six people are confirmed dead - they range in age from 35 to about 70," Quebec provincial police spokeswoman Christine Coulombe told reporters, adding that eight people were wounded and 39 were unharmed.


Calls to stop President Trump's state visit to UK

London opposition to TrumpCalls are being made to cancel a proposed state visit to the UK by President Trump after he issued an executive order clamping down on immigration to the US.

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said it would be "totally wrong" for the visit to go ahead later this year.

A petition to stop it has reached over 350,000 meaning it will be considered for debate in Parliament.


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