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Palestinian journalist to continue hunger strike despite risk of death

Palestinian journalist still on hunger strikeA Palestinian journalist on a hunger strike for 65 days has vowed to continue protesting his imprisonment without charge until Israel agrees to release him, a lawyer representing his case said Thursday. The announcement came one day after the Israeli Supreme Court delayed a decision on granting his release.

Mohammed Al-Qeq, a news reporter for Saudi channel Al Majd, has refused food and medical treatment since Nov. 24, three days after he was arrested, and is said to be near death.

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Al Jazeera journalist goes missing in Taiz, Yemen

Al Jazeera journalist missing in YemenAn Al Jazeera Arabic correspondent is missing and is believed to have been kidnapped while reporting in the besieged Yemeni city of Taiz.

Hamdi al-Bokari, a Yemeni national, was last seen around 10pm on Monday in the middle of the war-torn central city, according to a statement by Al Jazeera Arabic.

At the time, Bokari was accompanied by two people.

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Hunger-striking Palestinian reporter's appeal rejected

Hunger strikin Palestinian journalistAn Israeli military court has rejected an appeal to end the detention of a Palestinian journalist who is in critical condition because of an ongoing hunger strike, which has spanned 54 days so far.

Thrown out by an Israeli military court on Saturday, the appeal called for Israel to end 33-year-old Muhammad al-Qeq's administrative detention. Qeq launched his hunger strike on November 24 and vowed to continue until he is released.

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Washington Post reporter and three other prisoners freed by Iran

Jason Rezaian freed by IranIran has released four prisoners with dual Iranian-U.S. nationality, the Tehran public prosecutor was quoted as saying on Saturday, without giving further details.

'In line with orders from the Supreme National Security Council and in the national interest, four Iranian dual national prisoners have been released in a prisoner swap,' Abbas Jafari Dowlatabadi was quoted as saying by Iranian news agencies.

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Al Jazeera America shutting down

Al Jazeera America shutting downAl Jazeera, which made a massive investment in covering the United States less than three years ago, is slamming the brakes on its American operation.

Al Jazeera America, a cable news channel that debuted in August 2013, is shutting down. Employees were informed of the decision during an all-hands staff meeting on Wednesday afternoon.

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Tel Aviv gunman shot and killed in northern Israel

Tel Aviv gunman shot and killedNashat Milhem, the gunman who killed three Israelis last week in Tel Aviv, was shot and killed by Israeli forces in northern Israel on Friday afternoon.

He was located near his hometown Arara area. Initial reports said he had been “neutralized.” It was later confirmed that he had been killed.

Milhem was tracked down to the area where he was hiding out, opened fire on the forces, and was shot dead, Israeli security officials said in a statement. An inaccurate in itial report said that he had been shot in a mosque in Umm al-Fahm.

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How the Koch Brothers' 'Bankers' Snuck an Anti-Wind Op-Ed Past the New York Times

Koch BrothersIn the run-up to the perennial debate in Congress over whether to extend a tax credit for the wind industry, The New York Times ran a provocatively headlined — and misleading — op-ed column denouncing it as corporate welfare. "Giving Billions to the Rich" was a broadside against Congress' end-of-the-year tax extenders package, which renews temporary corporate tax breaks, and it singled out the wind production tax credit as one of the most egregious.

The November 23 column was written by Marc Short and Andy Koenig, both from an organization called Freedom Partners. They pointed out that the package the U.S. Senate was considering at the time would revive a tax credit for new wind energy facilities during their first 10 years of operation, which would cost the U.S. Treasury an estimated $10.5 billion over the next decade. Congress had let the tax break expire at the end of 2014.

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