The United States has vetoed a UN Security Council draft resolution rejecting the recent recognition by US President Donald Trump of Jerusalem as Israel's capital, and his plans to move the American embassy to the city.
The US veto on Monday was widely expected.
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“President Trump promised to protect our religious freedom,” Broxson said.
“Now, I don’t know about you, but when I heard about Jerusalem — where the King of Kings [applause] where our soon coming King is coming back to Jerusalem, it is because President Trump declared Jerusalem to be capital of Israel.”
A Florida man who left a slab of bacon at the door of a mosque is facing 15 years in prison after pleading guilty for the hate crime on Tuesday.
Michael Wolfe vandalized a Titusville mosque on New Year’s Day 2017 by hacking away at the place of worship’s windows, lights and security cameras with a machete. Before leaving, he left a piece of raw bacon around the door, according to a Miami Herald report. Pork is forbidden in Islam.
Graphic video shows Daniel Shaver sobbing and begging officer for his life before 2016 shooting
The document says that external threats to state sovereignty, including efforts to meddle in Russia’s domestic affairs, have been on the rise since 2014. Most these threats are posed by the United States and a number of its satellites, primarily from NATO member-states.
The commission recommended introducing some changes to Russian legislation to specify the term of meddling in Russia’s domestic affairs and envisage a possibility of carrying out parliamentary investigations into any signs of external interference.
With a stroke of a pen, the United States, which has undertaken the role of peace broker between the Israelis and Palestinians for over two decades, has become the first country in the world to recognise the whole Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has declared his intention to seek re-election next March, a vote he appears certain to win.
The Russian leader chose an enthusiastic audience of factory workers in Nizhny Novgorod to make the announcement.
"I couldn't find a better place and moment for that," he said, to massive applause.
"Thank you for your support, I will run for president."
The Trump administration is preparing to stop supplying weapons to ethnic Kurdish fighters in Syria, the White House acknowledged Friday, a move reflecting renewed focus on furthering a political settlement to the civil war there and countering Iranian influence now that the Islamic State caliphate is largely vanquished.
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The Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee helped fund research that resulted in a now-famous dossier containing allegations about President Trump’s connections to Russia and possible coordination between his campaign and the Kremlin, people familiar with the matter said.
Theresa May has launched her strongest attack on Russia yet, accusing Moscow of meddling in elections and carrying out cyber espionage.
An Oklahoma woman who tied the knot with her mom pleaded guilty to committing incest.
Misty Spann, 26, was sentenced Tuesday to 10 years in prison — the...
Kekistan is a degenerate social-engineering white supremacist cult created by 4chan users. One of the early promoters of Kekistan is a suspected racist YouTuber named Sargon of Akkad. Many would say that he’s responsible for its popularity, specifically for its emergence on Twitter.
"Light Skinned Student Ganged Up on and Beaten by Blacks at Chengelo School in Mkushi, Zambia."
It's a bloody good job he's Asian light-skinned and not the albino shade. Otherwise, he'd be a bag of powder being sprinkled over some rapist's AIDS-riddled bollocks.
The brother of the man who perpetrated the worst mass shooting in modern US history was charged Wednesday with possessing child pornography, Los Angeles police say.