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In a decision that has been hotly debated for three years or so, the European Commission -- the EU's executive arm -- decided Wednesday that products from the territories taken by Israel in the 1967 Six-Day War can no longer be sold in the 28-country EU as having come from Israel. The decision outraged the Israeli government and settlers living in those territories. Comment?
The 24-year-old man who killed four U.S. Marines and wounded three others in Chattanooga came from a violent home, according to allegations made by his mother in court documents obtained by CNN. Mohammad Youssuf Abdulazeez grew up in a home where his father, Youssuf S. Abdulazeez, according to divorce papers filed by his mother, had beaten her repeatedly, sometimes "severely," leading Rasmia Abdulazeez to file for divorce and seek a restraining order in February 2009. Comment?
A simple request for an unopened can of Diet Coke on a United Airlines flight left Tahera Ahmad in tears. A Muslim chaplain and director of interfaith engagement at Northwestern University, Ahmad was traveling Friday from Chicago to Washington for a conference promoting dialogue between Israeli and Palestinian youth. Comment?
FIFA President Sepp Blatter is trying to broker a deal between the Palestinian and Israel football associations ahead of this week's FIFA World Congress at which the Palestinians have called for a vote to suspend Israel. Blatter met with both associations, as well as Israeli and Palestinian political leaders, during a visit to the region in hopes of finding a way to ease the tension. Comment?
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu got about 30 seconds into his speech on the evening of the Knesset's swearing-in ceremony when he ran into his problems. After thanking members of the legislative body, Netanyahu talked about "maintaining security and striving for peace." Comment?
Thousands of Palestinians are trapped in the devastated Yarmouk refugee camp in Syria, which has mostly been seized by groups including ISIS, activists report. The London-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says ISIS and the al Qaeda-affiliated Al-Nusra Front took control of 90 percent of the camp in southern Damascus. Comment?
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