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Some 91% of Iranian petroleum exports are purchased by China and the money Iran receives is used to fund terrorist operations, say congressmen who passed the SHIP Act.
Evidence of Hamas’ sexual violence on October 7 was available all along. Women activists hope that its presentation at the UN headquarters will lead more people to recognize what happened.
Deputy National Security Advisor Jon Finer said the US hadn't set a deadline for Israel to finish ousting Hamas as the UNSC was set to vote on an immediate ceasefire.
"The sacred Hanukkah lights, lit these days, remind us once again that light always prevails over evil," wrote Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on X.
The issue garnered attention in the region after a planned Torah burning was approved by Sweden before being scrapped by the organizers, whose goal to ban the burning of all holy books.
Personal emails of anti-Russian officials hacked by "Cold River" group, which had previously targeted three nuclear research laboratories in the United States.
A 14-year-old girl in Russia shot and killed a fellow student and wounded several others before killing herself.
In its decree, Saxony-Anhalt also requires naturalization agents to be on the lookout for antisemitic and anti-democratic attitudes among applicants.
The four allegedly interrogated, severely beat, and tortured the victim as well as threatening to kill the victim and conducting a mock execution.
The first reports of the incident surfaced around noon, and within about a half hour Las Vegas police reported: "The suspect has been located and is deceased."