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By REUTERS, JERUSALEM POST STAFF
The images of the Jiangnan shipyard outside Shanghai were taken last month and provided to Reuters by the non-partisan Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS).
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
The human-shaped coffins are well preserved and their external decorations and colors are in good condition, “as the ancient Egyptians left them.”
“His march on horseback in Mt Paektu is a great event of weighty importance in the history of the Korean revolution.”
Lam had hoped to try to restore confidence in her administration after four months of often violent anti-government and anti-China protests.
Catalan separatism has long prided itself on being a peaceful movement and its leaders say that has not changed.
UEFA has opened disciplinary proceedings against Bulgaria for racist behaviour, including Nazi salutes and chants, and against England for not providing enough traveling stewards.
One of the women enticed her fellow defendant to join the plot by posing online as a male Islamist militant seeking a bride, French media reported. They got sentenced to 30 and 25 years.
"When it comes to regulation of technology, Google has to find friends wherever they can and I think it is wise that the company does not apply litmus tests to who they support," a source said.
"It's now time for UEFA to step up and show some leadership. For far too long, they have consistently failed to take effective action."
By ZACHARY KEYSER
Most of the antisemitic incidents that occurred this year took place in Germany, the Netherlands and Belgium, according to FRA.
The Lakers played two exhibition games in China against the Brooklyn Nets last week, but the NBA canceled media availability for the teams during the trip.
By RACHEL WOLF
The video is reportedly from Knob Creek Gun Range in West Point, Kentucky.
By DAVID PIERSON/LOS ANGELES TIMES/TNS
Lake Toba's local tourist industry has struggled since the 1997 Asian financial crisis and 2002 Bali bombing.
The raid occurred on October 12 in Sabot Gar, in the Katsina state. Police issued a statement on Monday and said they were working to reunite the victims with their families.
By TAMAR BEERI
The video game, which took the world by storm two years ago, has seemingly blacked out, baffling players.
The European governments pledged to allow 50,000 refugees in by the end of October 2019, a promise that they will not be able to keep at this point.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
Putin has sought to restore Russia as a major international player.
"Today we give thanks to the Lord for our new #Saints. They walked by faith and now we invoke their intercession," the Tweet read.
Police chief Oscar Albayalde was one-month shy of retirement.
By SELWYN GERBER,DAVID ZWEBNER
Brexit, trade tensions, global slowdown: The themes are familiar, but the stakes are getting higher.
By MOE COHEN
Gibraltar is a self-governing and self-financing parliamentary democracy within the European Union and a British Overseas Territory.
NEC members are worried that they might have to personally pick up the bill for these hypothetical legal battles if and when the EHRC hands down a negative decision next year.
By MARK FELDMAN
Let’s face it, Israelis and fellow members of the tribe are not known for high standards when it comes to basic etiquette.
The nationalist Law and Justice (PiS) party is likely to win second term in office, potentially deepening the country's isolation and lack of commitment to democratic standards.
By MAAYAN JAFFE-HOFFMAN
By NIC GARCIA/THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS/TNS
By RON KAMPEAS/JTA
By MICHELLE EVERHART/THE COLUMBUS DISPATCH/TNS
By ARSHAD MEHMOOD / THE MEDIA LINE
By REUTERS, OMRI NAHMIAS, TOVAH LAZAROFF
By AMOTZ ASA-EL
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