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Qatar promises $15 bn investment in Turkey: presidency
Qatar promises $15 bn investment in Turkey: presidency

Qatar on Wednesday promised to make a $15 billion direct investment in Turkey, badly hit by a currency crisis amid a widening diplomatic standoff with the United States, officials said. "Qatar has pledged $15 billion of direct investments in Turkey," presidential spokesman Ibrahim Kalin wrote on Twitter. The announcement came after Qatar's emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani held lunchtime talks with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

Obama Photographer Rips Donald Trump Over Omarosa 'Dog' Insult
Obama Photographer Rips Donald Trump Over Omarosa 'Dog' Insult

Former White House photographer Pete Souza added his voice to the outrage

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Police probe 'terrorist' car attack outside UK parliament

A car swerved into passers-by then slammed into a barrier protecting Britain's Houses of Parliament in a suspected terror attack on Tuesday. A 29-year-old British man, not previously known to the security services, was arrested at the scene by armed officers. Police, who initially said the man was refusing to co-operate, were holding him at a London police station on suspicion of preparing a terrorist attack.

Nationalists and anti-racist protesters to square off by White House one year after Charlottesville violence
Nationalists and anti-racist protesters to square off by White House one year after Charlottesville violence

White nationalists and anti-racism protesters will face off just metres from the White House on Sunday as both mark the one-year anniversary of violent clashes in Charlottesville.  Both groups have been given permission to demonstrate in separate sections of Lafayette Square, a shady park that looks onto the back of the US president's residence.  Attendees of 'Unite the Right 2', a follow-up to the controversial far-right protest last year, have been told to bring Confederate flags, wear body cameras and expect to be provoked.  A collective of counter-protest groups will stage a rally earlier in the day before congregating at the park and have vowed to drown out the white nationalists'...

U.S. agency says United pilot posted explicit photos of flight attendant online
U.S. agency says United pilot posted explicit photos of flight attendant online

A United Airlines flight attendant is accusing the airline of failing to protect her from sexually explicit pictures that a pilot posted of her online, according to a lawsuit filed in a San Antonio, Texas, federal court. The lawsuit, filed by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), said United failed to prevent and correct the pilot's behavior, even after the flight attendant made numerous complaints. United said in an emailed statement that it had reviewed the allegations in the complaint and disagreed with the EEOC's description of the situation, without providing further detail.

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A Trellis Garden Wallpaper, Indian Florals, and Other Great New Products

Governor declares state of emergency for California wildfire
Governor declares state of emergency for California wildfire

LAKE ELSINORE, Calif. (AP) - The Latest on California wildfires (all times local):

Hamas says Gaza cease-fire reached with Israel
Hamas says Gaza cease-fire reached with Israel

JERUSALEM (AP) - Gaza's Hamas rulers said late Thursday that a truce had been reached with Israel, ending an intense two-day burst of violence that had pushed the region closer to war. But the deal did not appear to address the deeper issues that have prevented the bitter enemies from reaching a longer cease-fire arrangement.

Walmart employee steps in when nail salon turns away woman with cerebral palsy
Walmart employee steps in when nail salon turns away woman with cerebral palsy

A Walmart cashier stepped in to help pamper a woman with cerebral palsy who was turned away from a nail salon in Michigan.

Blast scattering soldiers makes Venezuela
Blast scattering soldiers makes Venezuela's Maduro look vulnerable: analysts

By Alexandra Ulmer CARACAS (Reuters) - Deeply unpopular Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro looked keen to project himself as fully in charge of the crisis-ridden military, long a powerbroker, when he addressed its National Guard on Saturday. One of the main avenues in the capital Caracas was sealed off, commemorative videos for the National Guard's 81st anniversary flashed on a big screen, and a suited Maduro with a yellow, blue and red presidential sash spoke surrounded by the military's top brass. Maduro's wife recoiled, the camera shook, the state TV broadcast's audio was cut, and the camera abruptly panned out to hundreds of soldiers in sharp formation.

Twitter Explodes Over Donald Trump's 'Disgusting' Attack On LeBron James
Twitter Explodes Over Donald Trump's 'Disgusting' Attack On LeBron James

Tweeters erupted in anger after President Donald Trump trashed NBA superstar

Raw video: Diving trip becomes mission to rescue whale shark
Raw video: Diving trip becomes mission to rescue whale shark

A family diving off the coast of Kaunolu, Hawaii decides to free a whale shark from fishing line.

How to Avoid Dangerous Allergic Reactions at School
How to Avoid Dangerous Allergic Reactions at School

Nine years ago, Pia Hauk, M.D., a pediatric allergist at the National Jewish Health hospital in Denver, received the kind of phone call no parent wants to get: Her young daughter had suffered a s...

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