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  1. Cannes: Critics' Week Unveils LineupRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Hollywood Reporter

    French director Elie Wajeman 's The Anarchists , starring Palme d'Or winner Adele Exarchopoulos and Cesar winner Tahar Rahim , will open the 54th International Critics' Week program during Cannes, organizers said Monday in unveiling the lineup. The movie is the follow-up to his acclaimed A biting kids comedy from cinematographer-turned-director Mathiueu Vadepied , La Vie en Grand , will serve as the closing film.

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  2. Three Egyptian soldiers killed in blast claimed by Islamic State affiliateRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | AlertNet

    An Egyptian army captain and two other soldiers were killed by a roadside bomb in Rafah, near the border with the Gaza Strip on Monday, security and medical sources said. A Twitter feed that describes itself as the official account for Sinai Province, the Egyptian affiliate of the ultra-hardline militant group Islamic State, claimed responsibility for the attack in the Sinai Peninsula, which borders Gaza, Israel and the Suez Canal.

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  3. Sinai's enduring insurgencyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Al Jazeera

    Omar Ashour is Senior Lecturer in Security studies at the Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies in University of Exeter. "Don't send reinforcements to Sinai.

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  4. News of the Day From Across the GlobeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | SFGate

    Kenya massacre: The use of a police plane for a personal errand did not delay the deployment of the police tactical team that ended the extremist attack in eastern Kenya where 148 people, most university students, were killed, a police official said. Kenyans are demanding answers for why it took more than 12 hours to deploy members of the police counter-insurgency unit, the Recce Company , whose officers ended the April 2 siege at Garissa University College by four gunmen from Somalia's al-Shabab Islamic extremist group.

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  5. Palestinian court drops case against ex-Gaza strongmanRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Nation

    RAMALLAH : A Palestinian court on Sunday dismissed a high-profile corruption case against exiled Gaza strongman Mohammed Dahlan, in a move that could open the door for his return to the occupied territories. It was an unexpected end to a case which began in December with the former top Fatah official put on trial in connection with the alleged misuse of $17 million in expenses.

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  6. Palestinian Cabinet ministers make rare visit to GazaRead the original story

    Sunday | Cybercast News Service

    Ten months after taking office, Cabinet ministers in a Palestinian unity government paid a rare visit to the Gaza Strip on Sunday, hoping to breathe life into a troubled reconciliation process with the Hamas militant group. The eight Cabinet ministers, all from the West Bank, are spending the week in Gaza in hopes of winning concessions from Hamas, which remains in firm control of the territory despite last year's unity deal.

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  7. Hamas to Declare Gaza Sovereignty?Read the original story

    Sunday | United Jewish Federation of Tidewater

    The Times of Israel reports that unpaid electricity bills were factored in. 2. The White House suggested that Iran could get significant economic relief immediately after signing a nuclear deal.

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  8. Palestinian court drops case against ex-Fatah strongman Dahlan: lawyerRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Daily Star

    Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas flashes the V-sign as then Fatah leader, Mohammad Dahlan, looks on in the West Bank town of Ramallah Dec. 18, 2006. OCCUPIED RAMALLAH, Palestine: A Palestinian court Sunday dismissed a high-profile corruption case against exiled Gaza strongman Mohammad Dahlan, a defense lawyer told AFP.

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  9. Blast outside UN refugee agency HQ in GazaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Peninsula

    An explosive device was detonated outside the UN agency for Palestinian refugees in Gaza City overnight, without causing any injuries, UN and Palestinian security sources said late Saturday. "A bomb exploded near the outer wall of UNRWA's headquarters in Gaza, some 10 metres from the gate, without causing any injuries or damage," agency spokesman Adnan Abu Hasna told AFP.

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  10. UN envoy: Materials let into Gaza not used for tunnelsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Times of Israel

    A Palestinian woman hangs washing next to the rubble of her destroyed house, in the Shijaiyah neighborhood of Gaza City, Monday, March 30, 2015. The UN's coordinator for humanitarian affairs in the Palestinian territories said Sunday that there was no evidence that construction material entering the Gaza Strip for use in home reconstruction was being diverted and used for military purposes, such as the construction of attack tunnels.

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  11. Blast targets UN office in Gaza StripRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Ynetnews

    An explosive went off Saturday near the offices of the UN Agency for Palestinian Refugees in Gaza City, while a second struck near police headquarters. According to UNRWA and Gaza security officials there were no dead or injured.

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  12. Bottled up Palestinians cruise the Med with plastic bottle boatRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Al Bawaba

    For three months the five friends shaped and welded scrap metal to form a rigid frame before fitting it out with nearly 1,000 green plastic bottles. With little to do and nowhere to go , five Palestinians stuck in the Israeli-blockaded Gaza Strip came up with a plan: make a boat out of recycled plastic bottles.

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  13. Double bombings in Gaza: UNRWA, police station targetedRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Al Bawaba

    Two small explosive devices went off in Gaza on Saturday night, one near the UNRWA headquarters in Gaza City, the other by a police station downtown. No injuries were reported and it was not immediately clear what the motivation for the attack was.

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  14. Egypt has been more effective against Gazan smuggling tunnels than Israel's military operationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Jewish Press

    This week, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi signed a new law, according to which anyone who digs a tunnel along Egypt's borders would face life imprisonment. The tough measures he has taken along Egypt's border with the Gaza Strip have proven to be even more effective than Israel's military operations against the smuggling tunnels.

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  15. Small explosive device goes off near UNRWA headquarters in GazaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 18 | Jerusalem Post

    A small explosive device went off near the UNRWA headquarters in the Gaza Strip on Saturday. No injuries were reported; and the incident is being investigated.

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  16. Gazans build bottle boatRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 18 | Ynetnews

    With little to do and nowhere to go, five Palestinians stuck in the Gaza Strip came up with a plan: make a boat out of recycled plastic bottles. The tiny coastal enclave, home to 1.8 million people, has been under a land and sea blockade since 2006.

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  17. Gaza sailors have a lot of bottle.Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 18 | The Peninsula

    With little to do and nowhere to go, five Palestinians stuck in the Israeli-blockaded Gaza Strip came up with a plan: make a boat out of recycled plastic bottles. The tiny coastal enclave, home to 1.8 million people, has been under a land and sea blockade since 2006.

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  18. Video features siblings of fallen soldiersRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 18 | The Times of Israel

    Nine a half months after the start of last summer's Operation Protective Edge and a few days before this year's Remembrance Day for the Fallen Soldiers of Israel and Victims of Terrorism, a new music clip memorializes the 67 IDF soldiers and officers who fell in the conflict with Hamas in Gaza. The song, "My Brother," sung by Moshe Peretz and written by Doron Medalie, focuses on the experiences and emotions of the bereaved siblings of the fallen.

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  19. US electionRead the original story

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  20. IDF opens fire at boat off Gaza coastRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 18 | The Times of Israel

    Illustrative photo of Palestinian fishermen paddling their small boat a few hundred meters off the beach of Gaza City while casting their nets in search of small fish on August 10, 2014. Israeli naval forces opened fire Saturday at a Palestinian boat sailing off the coast of the northern Gaza Strip, after the vessel crossed the area permitted by the IDF for sailing and fishing.

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