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Alleged Daesh supporter changes plea in Prince George plot

Alleged Daesh supporter changes plea in Prince George plot

An alleged supporter of Daesh (ISIS) accused of encouraging attacks on 4-year-old Prince George has changed his plea from innocent to guilty. Husnain Rashid was two weeks into his trial at Woolwich Crown Court when he admitted Thursday to three counts of engaging in conduct in...

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Rights group, Europe concerned over wave of arrests in Egypt

Rights group, Europe concerned over wave of arrests in Egypt

Human Rights Watch and the European Union have voiced concerns over Egypt's latest arrests of prominent activists and have called for their release. Thursday's statement by the New York-based watchdog says the arrests show that "the state of oppression in Egypt has sunk so low" under...

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Ex-Israeli spy chief: Netanyahu planned Iran strike in 2011

Ex-Israeli spy chief: Netanyahu planned Iran strike in 2011

A former Mossad chief has told an Israeli television program that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu gave the order in 2011 for the military to prepare to attack Iran within 15 days. Tamir Pardo told Keshet TV's show Uvda in an interview that aired Thursday that the order was not given...

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US sanctions Iranian entities for 'rights abuses'

US sanctions Iranian entities for 'rights abuses'

The U.S. on Wednesday issued further sanctions on Iranian entities as well as a conservative semi-official organization for alleged "rights abuses". The Treasury Department described Ansar-e Hezbollah, the designated semi-official organization, as "an organization supported by the...

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