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Hezbollah allies gain in Lebanon vote; ‘political and moral victory’, says Nasrallah

BEIRUT Hezbollah and its political allies won just over half the seats in Lebanon’s parliamentary election, unofficial results showed, boosting an Iranian-backed movement fiercely opposed to Israel and underlining Tehran’s growing regional clout. Hezbollah’s leader, Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, called it a “political and moral victory” for the “resistance”, as the …

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Won’t defend Trump’s communication style, says Nikki Haley

UNITED STATES Nikki Haley, America’s envoy to the UN, has said she directly tells President Donald Trump when she is uncomfortable with what he speaks and would not defend his “communication style.” Haley, the top Indian-American diplomat, said that she does not believe she needs to publicly detail the private conversations she …

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Germany hunting 89-year-old ‘Nazi grandma’ as she skips jail

BERLIN German police are hunting an 89-year-old grandmother convicted on several occasions for Holocaust denial, after she failed to turn herself in to serve her prison sentence. Ursula Haverbeck, dubbed “Nazi-Oma” (Nazi grandma) by German media, was convicted in October on eight counts of incitement and sentenced to two years in prison. …

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