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Israeli settlers occupy Palestinian home in Hebron

Settlers occupy Palestinian home in HebronAround 100 Israeli settlers forcibly took over a Palestinian home in the Old City of Hebron, raising tensions in the city amid widespread anger over Israeli-imposed restrictions on entry to al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem.

The settlers raided the Abu Rajabs' family home, located in the southern occupied West Bank, on Wednesday.

Activists caught the moment on video and circulated the footage on social media.

Issa Amro, director of the Hebron-based Youth Against Settlements activist group, said the settlers began moving their furniture in on Thursday, "right in front of the [Israeli] police and the army".

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North Korea conducts new missile test

North Korea conducts new missile testNorth Korea has conducted another missile test, Japanese and South Korean officials say. The missile appeared to land in the sea off Japan, the Japanese national broadcaster NHK said.

In early July, Pyongyang claimed to have successfully tested an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) for the first time.

That test was the latest in a series conducted in defiance of a UN ban. The range of the latest test is not known. The range of North Korea's ICBM has been disputed, but some experts said it could reach Alaska.

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Gay rights opponent picked as ambassador to Netherlands by Trump

Pink Monday in the NetherlandsA gay rights opponent who once appeared in a campaign advert that was accused of being racist and who has claimed that refugees pose a threat to Europe has been named as Donald Trump’s choice for US ambassador to the Netherlands.

The nomination of Pete Hoekstra, a former congressman and one of the founders of the conservative Tea Party movement, has raised eyebrows in the Netherlands, a bastion of liberal values and the first country in the world to legalise gay marriage.

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British newlyweds say they were barred from entering US

British newlyweds say they were treated like cirminalsA British woman has said her honeymoon was ruined after she was held in detention for 26 hours by US border officials before being sent back to the UK.

Natasha Politakis said she and her husband, Ali Gul, were barred from entering the US after flying to Los Angeles to begin their £7,000 honeymoon. She said the US embassy had since refused to say why she and Gul, who is of Turkish Muslim origin, were stopped by border guards in May.

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Taliban claim deadly Kabul suicide attack that kills 35

Car bomb kills dozens in KabulAt least 35 people have been killed and more than 40 wounded after a suicide car bomb targeted a bus carrying ministry staff in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, officials said.

Intelligence officials told Al Jazeera that the bus was carrying staff of the Ministry of Mines and Petroleum when it came under attack on Monday.

The attack happened just before 7am local time (02:30 GMT) and took place close to the house of the deputy government Chief Executive Mohammad Mohaqi, said officials.

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Fukushima: robot images show massive deposits thought to be melted nuclear fuel

Fukishima robot imagesImages captured by an underwater robot on Saturday showed massive deposits believed to be melted nuclear fuel covering the floor of a damaged reactor at Japan’s destroyed Fukushima nuclear plant.

The robot found large amounts of solidified lava-like rocks and lumps in layers as thick as 1m on the bottom inside a main structure called the pedestal that sits underneath the core inside the primary containment vessel of Fukushima’s Unit 3 reactor, said the plant’s operator, Tokyo Electric Power Co.

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Mystery deepens after African teens vanish from U.S. robotics fair

African teens disappearSix African high school students who vanished from an international robotics fair in Washington remained missing — sort of — Sunday as investigators tried to determine where they are and whether their own families conspired in their disappearance.

The Burundi team attended the three-day FIRST Global Challenge that kicked off July 16. The event was supposed to be a celebration of global community and science, and it brought together competitors from more than 150 nations.

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