Thousands commemorate Palestinian ‘Land Day’

DEIR HANNA (Israel), March 30 — Thousands of Arab Israelis and Palestinians gathered today for annual demonstrations marking Land Day, which commemorates 1976 protests in which six people...

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EU leaders vow to fight populism in Brexit wake

VALLETTA (Malta), March 30 — European leaders vowed today to fight populism and prevent a haemorrhaging of the EU a day after Britain started the exit process. “Those who take aim at...

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Tillerson says Assad’s long-term status up to Syrian people

ANKARA, March 30 — US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said today that the fate of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad was up to the war-ravaged country’s people. Speaking after talks in...

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Netanyahu vows to move ahead on new settlement plan

JERUSALEM, March 30 — Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed today to move ahead on a plan to create Israel’s first new settlement in the occupied West Bank in more than 20 years despite...

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Syrian rebels seize swathes of south as Islamic State retreats

AMMAN, March 30 — Syrian rebels have seized large areas from Islamic State in southern Syria in the last two weeks as the jihadist group prepares to defend its Raqqa stronghold in the north...

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