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Clashes In Jerusalem For Palestinian Funeral
Israeli police clashed with hundreds of Palestinian protesters in Jerusalem on Friday as an Arab teenager, who Palestinians say was killed by Israeli extremists, was brought to rest in the neighborhood where he lived. Thousands of people chanting and waving Palestinian flags greeted the body partially wrapped in a traditional headscarf as it arrived by ambulance at a mosque before burial on Friday afternoon. Mourners carried the body aloft on a stretcher through the thick crowd. Police had earlier beefed up security in and around Jerusalem. Extra precautions were taken as the funeral coincides with the first Friday prayer services of the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan. Spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said police clashed with hundreds of Palestinians in Ras al-Amud and Wadi Joz in the eastern sector of the city. The day had been calm before Friday prayers, police said, following two days of protests since the boy's death.
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Blair: Don't Rule Out Ground Troops
Former Prime Minister Tony Blair has said that sending in combat troops to fight Islamic State militants on the ground should not be ruled out. Blair said in a BBC interview: "Unless you're prepared to fight these people on the ground, you may contain them but you won't defeat them." He said there was "no appetite for ground engagement in the West" and that local forces could take on the role. The jihadists claim to have established a caliphate in Syria and northern Iraq.
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Kerry Washington, Viola Davis And More Of Shonda Rhimes' Talented Cast Members Celebrate Premiere Week
Shonda Rhimes, the talented TV writer and producer is gearing up for the premieres of her beloved shows, Grey's Anatomy, Scandal and How To Get Away With Murder that just so happen to air back-to-back-to-back on Thursday nights.
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Kerry, Iran Counterpart Discuss Nuclear Talks, Islamic State
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry met his Iranian counterpart for more than an hour on Sunday and stressed the need to make progress in nuclear negotiations this week on the sidelines of U.N. meetings. Kerry and Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif also discussed the threat posed by Islamic State militants in Syria and Iraq, a senior State Department official said, without elaborating.
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'Beyond Right And Wrong' Shows Forgiveness In The Face Of Tragedy
In Beyond Right and Wrong: Stories of Justice and Forgiveness, one woman explores heart wrenching stories of grief and loss from conflict zones around the globe. The award-winning film, which has already been seen by more than a million viewers worldwide, is an intimate look at how people are able to rebuild after unimaginable tragedy, and the awesome power that forgiveness can play in the process.
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Kendall Jenner Is Front And Center At Dolce & Gabbana's Milan Fashion Week Show
Kendall Jenner might as well make the runway her new home! The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star appeared in yet another Milan Fashion Week show Sunday afternoon. Her first look from Dolce & Gabbana's Spring 2015 collection was a vibrant black dress composed of red roses and a giant heart accent. With bright red lips and matching shoes, the 18-year-old quickly grabbed the attention of many attendees. But while her first outfit was quite impressive, it was her final look that grabbed the most praise from her family.
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Look How Many People Came Out For The Climate March
Environmental activists called for people to gather on the streets of their cities on Sunday to march in a coordinated worldwide protest, in hopes that it would mark a turning point for global warming. Ahead of the United Nations Climate Summit in New York City, more than 300,000 people, including celebrities and politicians, descended on Manhattan for the so-called People's Climate March. The organizers of the protest tweeted a shot with a drone that probably gives the best view of the crowd gathered near Central Park, where the march started.
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Fire To Flooding: Can California's Economy Survive Nature's Fury?
When it comes to disasters, California can't seem to catch a break. Wildfires are scorching thousands of acres. Floods and droughts are unleashing havoc on homeowners and farmers. Last month, an earthquake destroyed thousands of barrels of Napa Valley's world famous Chardonnays, Malbecs and Pinot Noirs. But while the impact of a spate of natural disasters is being felt unevenly among industries and regions, economists say the Golden State's economy is unlikely suffer overall.
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Logano Wins At New Hampshire In 2nd Chase Race (Yahoo Sports)
Joey Logano pulled away on the restart to win a green-white-checkered finish Sunday at New Hampshire Motor Speedway and advance to the second round of the Chase for the Sprint Cup Championship. Logano and Team Penske teammate Brad Keselowski have both advanced to the next round. The first cutoff race is next week at Dover International Speedway. He failed in his bid to win a third straight Cup race, though he salvaged a seventh-place finish.
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Missing Girl's Parents: Please Help Us
The father of missing University of Virginia student Hannah Graham held up his daughter's favorite stuffed rabbit for reporters to see. He said the rabbit disappeared for a few months when Graham was around 3, but eventually was found and returned. More than a week has passed since his daughter disappeared, and police are certain that somebody must know something. Charlottesville Police Chief Timothy Longo said, "Somebody's got to know where she is, and we want to know who that person or persons are." Specifically, authorities want to talk to Jesse Matthew, a man Longo believes was the last person with Graham.