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Israeli airstrike kills Islamic Jihad commander in Gaza home

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Israeli airstrike kills Islamic Jihad commander in Gaza home The Israeli strike killed Bahaa Abu el-Atta and his wife, setting off a furious barrage of dozens of rocket attacks reaching as far as Tel Aviv. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Hillary Clinton: I Want to Hug Meghan Markle After ‘Racist’ Abuse in Britain

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Hillary Clinton: I Want to Hug Meghan Markle After ‘Racist’ Abuse in Britain SAMUEL CORUMHillary Clinton has said she wishes she could hug Meghan Markle as she accused the mainstream British media of participating in a cycle of abuse against her motivated by racism and sexism.The former first lady and presidential candidate was appearing on BBC radio in Britain to promote a new book she has written with her daughter, Chelsea, about “gutsy” women.Don’t Expect Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s Media War to Simmer Down SoonHillary said the abuse she had suffered was “heartbreaking and wrong” and said she was in no doubt there was a racial element to the abuse she has endured since starting a relationship with Harry in 2016 and marrying him in 2018.Meghan and Harry have been outspoken in their criticism of the press: Meghan is suing the Mail on Sunday after alleging the paper unlawfully published a private letter to her father, while the prince is bringing a separate case alleging phone-hacking.Asked to comment on her legal action, Chelsea Clinton said: “We each have to do what we think is the right thing for ourselves and in her case I would imagine for her son… I think absolutely there’s a racist and a sexist element to what’s going on here.” Hillary added that “race was clearly an element” in some of the social-media backlash Meghan had faced since her relationship with the prince began in 2016, and that traditional media had amplified that.  “To think that some of your, what we would call mainstream media, actually allowed that to be printed in their pages, or amplified, was heartbreaking and wrong. “She is an amazing young woman, she has an incredible life story. She has stood up for herself, she has made her own way in the world. And then she falls in love, and he falls in love with her, and everybody should be celebrating that because it is a true love story.“I feel as a mother I just want to put my arms around her. Oh my God, I want to hug her. I want to tell her to hang in there, don’t let those bad guys get you down.”Clinton suggested that Meghan could employ “some humor, some deflection” to better cope with negative attention.Read more at The Daily Beast.Get our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Trump Promises Dreamers ‘Deal’ if SCOTUS Upholds DACA Repeal

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Trump Promises Dreamers ‘Deal’ if SCOTUS Upholds DACA Repeal President Trump tweeted Tuesday morning that “a deal will be made with Dems” over the status of 700,000 immigrants in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program if the Supreme Court upholds a repeal of the 2012 Obama mandate by the Trump administration.“Many of the people in DACA, no longer very young, are far from ‘angels.’ Some are very tough, hardened criminals. President Obama said he had no legal right to sign order, but would anyway. If Supreme Court remedies with overturn, a deal will be made with Dems for them to stay!” the president tweeted.> Many of the people in DACA, no longer very young, are far from “angels.” Some are very tough, hardened criminals. President Obama said he had no legal right to sign order, but would anyway. If Supreme Court remedies with overturn, a deal will be made with Dems for them to stay!> > -- Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 12, 2019Instituted in 2012 by former president Barack Obama, DACA allowed teens over 16 and adults younger than 30 who were brought to the United States when they were children to apply for protection from deportation and work eligibility. Qualifications include high school graduation or service in the military, among other criteria like not having a criminal record and being able to pass a background check.On Tuesday, the Supreme Court will hear opening arguments over a Trump administration challenge to lower court rulings that blocked Trump from repealing DACA, a decision he announced in 2017. The administration argues that the program, which was created through executive action without the consent of congress, is unconstitutional and can not be maintained by any president. Proponents counter that the program's administration falls under the president's purview and any attempt to eliminate it will harm children.Trump has drawn criticism for using DACA as a “bargaining chip,” and has stated differing views on the matter, often blaming the Left for a failure to enact legislation to come to a bipartisan agreement. Last month, Trump tweeted that a Supreme Court decision defending the administration “would actually benefit DACA, and be done the right way!”> President Obama said that he did not have the right to sign DACA, that it will never hold up in court. He signed it anyway! If the Supreme Court upholds DACA, it gives the President extraordinary powers, far greater than ever thought. If they do what is right and do not let……> > -- Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 9, 2019Last night, former vice president Joe Biden defended DACA. “I’ve met hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of DACA students. What they don’t get, what this outfit doesn’t get, can you imagine, you’re nine years old, and mom is going to take you across the line, across the border illegally, and you go ‘no mom, leave me here. Leave me, I’m going to stay.’ Come on, man, what are we talking about?”> "They are Americans now. They should be treated as Americans now." - Former Vice President Joe Biden on DACA, a program protecting young undocumented immigrants who came to the United States as children from being deported. CNNTownHall https://t.co/AICVqv0hxB pic.twitter.com/rpXYj6Mziy> > -- CNN (@CNN) November 12, 2019Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D., N.Y.) responded to Trump’s Tuesday tweet by calling on Trump to “stand up and protect” Dreamers.> We don’t build walls.> > We don’t shut our gates.> > Immigrants have made America what it is today.> > I’m so proud of our Dreamers. It’s time you stand up and protect them, President Trump. DACA HomeIsHere https://t.co/JN9s9FNr2s> > -- Chuck Schumer (@SenSchumer) November 12, 2019 Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Indian Oil in talks with Rosneft to import Russian oil

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Indian Oil in talks with Rosneft to import Russian oil Indian Oil Corp, the country's top refiner, is in talks with oil major Rosneft to explore possibility of importing Russian oil, its chairman Sanjiv Singh said on Tuesday. "We have taken very small quantities from Russia in the past which cant be considered significant so we are trying to explore if we can increase the Russian crude volume coming to India...We are in discussion with Rosneft and we are hopeful that something should work," Singh told reporters at an energy conference. Oil minister Dharmendra Pradhan said late on Monday that India is open to importing oil from Russia. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Brazil Politics: Lula’s Tone Surprises Government, House Speaker

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Brazil Politics: Lula’s Tone Surprises Government, House Speaker (Bloomberg) -- Former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva’s speech was considered overly aggressive by Lower House Speaker Rodrigo Maia, as well as by leaders from Lula’s own Workers’ Party, according to local newspapers. The government was also surprised.SurpriseMaia lamented the content of the speech, which Lula gave after leaving jail. He believes the former president left the prison more radical than when he entered, and that will only strengthen current President Jair Bolsonaro, according to O Globo. The speech was considered aggressive by Workers’ Party leaders too, according to newspaper Folha de S.Paulo. Fellow party members allegedly heard from judiciary officials that the more radical tone only makes it more difficult for his legal cases to advance serenely. The idea is that the former president’s future speeches will be more moderate, reported Folha de S.Paulo.ViolenceThe remarks that bothered the government the most, according to newspaper Estado, were that the country needs to follow the example of Chile and Bolivia: to attack and not just defend itself. Bolsonaro’s administration sees the former president possibly inciting violence, risking turmoil in the country, said the newspaper.New PartyBolsonaro confirmed late on Monday that he will meet with the PSL lawmakers to discuss the departure and the creation of a new party, according to O Globo. The new party is expected to be called “Alliance for Brazil.” The campaign may be launched later this week, with a website and an app to collect the required signatures. The ruling party PSL will act on several fronts to prevent the idea from materializing before early next year as municipal elections approach, according to Folha de S.Paulo.DelaysEconomic team members already see difficulty in approving any constitutional amendment later this year, according to Folha de S.Paulo. The announcement of a public sector reform proposal was again postponed. Pension reform will be enacted on Tuesday.Newspaper Top StoriesO Estado de S. Paulo and O GloboNewspapers highlight chaos in Bolivia Folha de S.PauloReports that Bolsonaro decides to leave PSL and start his own partyValor EconomicoHighlights that a monthly tariff may reduce overdraft interest rateTo contact the translation editor responsible for this story: Matthew Malinowski at mmalinowski@bloomberg.netReporter on the original story: Fernando Travaglini in in São Paulo at ftravaglini@bloomberg.netEditors responsible for the original story: Daniela Milanese at dmilanese@bloomberg.net, Josue LeonelFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Bolivia battles to restore stability as fallen Morales reaches Mexico

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Bolivia battles to restore stability as fallen Morales reaches Mexico LA PAZ/MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Bolivia's former leader Evo Morales landed in Mexico on Tuesday pledging to keep up his political "fight", as security forces back home quelled unrest over the leftist's resignation and the country sought an interim replacement to fill a power vacuum. Morales thanked Mexico for "saving his life" as he arrived to take up asylum in the country and repeated his accusation that his rivals had ousted him in a coup after violence broke out following a disputed election last month. As long as I am alive, the fight continues," Morales told reporters after disembarking the plane, dressed in a blue short-sleeved shirt. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

UPDATE 6-Man killed as protests sweep Lebanon after Aoun interview

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UPDATE 6-Man killed as protests sweep Lebanon after Aoun interview President Michel Aoun said on Tuesday Lebanon faced a catastrophe if protesters did not go home, igniting a new wave of demonstrations during which a protester was shot and killed after an altercation with Lebanese soldiers near Beirut. The shooting in Khaldeh south of Beirut was the first of its kind in nearly four weeks of nationwide protests against Lebanon's ruling elite, escalating tensions in a country mired in deep political and economic crisis. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Israeli airstrike kills Islamic Jihad commander in Gaza home

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Israeli airstrike kills Islamic Jihad commander in Gaza home A pair of Israeli airstrikes targeted senior Islamic Jihad commanders in Gaza and Syria early Tuesday, escalating Israel's confrontation with Iran across the region and threatening to unleash another devastating round of cross-border violence with Palestinian militants. In eastern Gaza, the Israeli strike killed Bahaa Abu el-Atta and his wife, setting off a furious barrage of Gaza-fired rockets that reached as far as the Tel Aviv heartland as Islamic Jihad vowed further revenge. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

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