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October 30, 2014 09:07
The Dome of the Rock in the Al-Aqsa mosque compound behind the east Jerusalem neighborhood of Silwan, a densely-populated Palestinian neighbourhood on a steep hillside flanking the southern walls of Jerusalem's Old City. (AFP Photo)
‘Declaration of war’: Abbas warns over 1st Al-Aqsa Mosque closure since 1967
The Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem has been closed to all worshipers for the first time since 1967. Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas called the closure a ‘declaration of war.’
AFP Photo/Jack Guez Sweden officially recognizes Palestinian state
Sweden has recognized the occupied state of Palestine officially, according to its foreign ministry. The Scandinavian has become the first West-European EU state to recognize the territories. Israel is not pleased.
Eurofighter Typhoon jet from the British Royal Air Force (RAF) (AFP Photo / Paul Ellis)
The Russians are coming! UK media hypes up RAF interception of Latvian plane
Two Royal Air Force jets reportedly threatened to shoot down a Latvian cargo plane, rushing at supersonic speeds to intercept it, after the plane failed to respond to air traffic control over Kent in Southern England and sent authorities into panic mode.
The strategic nuclear submarine K-535 "Yuri Dolgoruky" (RIA Novosti) Russian nuclear sub test-fires Bulava strategic missile (VIDEO)
A Russian Borey-class nuclear submarine has successfully test-fired a Bulava strategic missile, the Russian Defense Ministry said. The ballistic missile was launched from a submerged position with all 16 rockets onboard the sub during the test.
Still from Ruptly video Clashes at German embassy in Rome over ThyssenKrupp plans to cut jobs (VIDEO)
Riot police clashed with steelworkers at the German embassy in Rome after a protest over a German metal giant’s decision to sack over 537 workers at its newly purchased Italian plant.
French CRS officers stand by to survey as humanitarian organizations distribute food to migrants in the northeastern French port of Calais on October 29, 2014. (AFP Photo) ‘Britain’s no El Dorado’: Calais mayor urges UK cooperate with migrant-swept city
Some 2,500 migrants in Calais have moved to the city not because they want to remain in France, but because they want to move to Britain, whose laws, according to the mayor of the French city, are more lenient to asylum seekers.
Red scare in vogue: Western media cozy with old Cold War narrative
Evil reds may no longer be the staple of Hollywood villains they used to be, but Russians star as the bad guys in many news reports in the West – regardless of whether the narrative can be supported by actual evidence.
The French Navy’s Tonnere multi-purpose amphibious assault ship of the Mistral class at the Toulon seaport. (RIA Novosti/Alexander Vilf) Mistral deal: France says delivery of warships to Russia still on hold
Conditions have not yet been met for France to hand over the Mistral-class warship to Russia. According to the contract, it is due to be delivered on November 14, Paris said.
AFP Photo / Odd Andersen Millions of Samsung phones may be remotely locked by hackers
A flaw discovered in Samsung’s Find My Mobile service leaves a massive number of devices vulnerable to attack. The company admits that intruders could connect to smartphones remotely, unlock them, and change their PIN codes.
Screenshot from RUPTLY video Drone that can save lives: Ambulance UAV hints at future of healthcare (VIDEO)
The Netherlands has shown off an ambulance drone prototype which could potentially save lives by offering a rapid response after heart attack incidents. The yellow-painted drone can gain speeds up to 100 km per hour and is equipped with a defibrillator.
World’s best footballer of 2006, Fabio Cannavaro of Italy, during the the presentation of the official logo of the 2018 World Cup in Russia at the bolshoi Theatre in Moscow. (RIA Novosti / Alexander Vilf) 'Scream' or shaving machine? Internet reacts to Russia 2018 World Cup logo
The logo for the 2018 World Cup, which was revealed by Russian organizers on Tuesday, went viral in an instant, fueling the imaginations of numerous internet users who tried to discover the true inspiration behind the emblem.
Members of a local electoral commission count ballots at a polling station in Kiev on October 26, 2014, after the country's parliamentary elections (AFP Photo / Sergey Gapon) Ukraine's Opposition Bloc scores 9% of votes despite winning southeast, slams elections as rigged
Ukraine's Opposition Bloc, which won 9.36 percent in the nation's parliamentary elections, says the vote was rigged. It is calling on President Poroshenko to investigate violations, adding that skewing results will not help efforts to “unite the country.”
Screenshot from youtube.com Antares space rocket blast captured from 3,000 feet (VIDEO)
The explosion of the Antares space rocket was caught on camera from thousands of feet in the air by two people flying a light aircraft in the vicinity. The spacecraft was heading to the International Space Station (ISS) on a supply mission.
AFP Photo / Robert Michael Denmark 'pours $428k' into researching fictional troll
Denmark’s Council for Independent Research (DFF) will contribute some 2.5 million kroner (US$428,000) into funding research on a fictional troll – an underground being which exists in popular myth on the island of Bornholm in the Baltic Sea.

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