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French $ 64 million Renaissance-style castle faces court ordered demolition

An exciting $ 64 million Renaissance-style palace on the French Riveria must be demolished because it was built illegally, an appeal has ruled. Chateau Diter in Provence town of Grasse, France's perfume capital, includes landscaped gardens, a swimming pool and heliport, but must be broken down because it was illegally built in a protected forest area, the appeal body Aix-en-Provence …

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Opinion | Jeff Jacoby: Israel's Golan sovereignty should have been recognized years ago

During a White House meeting with Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday, President Trump signed a formal proclamation that the United States recognizes sovereignty over the Golan Heights. In so doing, the president acknowledged a long-standing fact of life, bolstered a vital American ally, promoted stability in a deeply unstable neighborhood, and upheld the often-ignored but crucial distinction between acquiring territory through …

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EU lawmakers vote to give daylight saving timeout

T he European Parliament voted 410 to 192 to abandon summer time, the half-yearly tradition of changing the time of hours over an hour with a planned implementation in 2021. However, the vote was not binding, will drive The discussion between EU member states to abandon the practice that goes on. EU legislation currently requires all members to move the …

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"From this Benjamin it is not about the Benjamins!"

Breaking News Emails Get interrupted news alerts and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered everyday morning. SUBSCRIBE 26. March 2019, 2:27 PM GMT / Updated 26. March 2019, 15:55 GMT By Adam Edelman and Alex Seitz-Wald Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu returned Tuesday against Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., Suggesting that Israel is strongly supported by the US …

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Papadopoulos: No regrets by joining the Trump campaign

George Papadopoulos, the former campaign administrator for President Trump, who was imprisoned for lying to the FBI, says he made mistakes but did not regret his involvement in the campaign. "I'm not sorry at all. It was an event that will never be repeated in history. It was an important event: the 2016 election was a great opportunity," he told …

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Netanyahu hits back on Omar: Support for Israel is about common values, not the & # 39; Benjamin & # 39;

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Tuesday pushed back to Rep. Ilhan Omar Ilhan OmarOmar controversy raptors over the AIPAC conference Raskin mentions the role of constitutional teacher Hoyer says that AIPAC remarks were "mistakenly" more [19659003] (D-Minn.), Who had drawn two-part criticism after having said that politicians' support for Israel was "all about the Benjamin." "From this Benjamin is not …

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Myanmar's top court hears Reuters reporters' appeal in official secrets case

NAYPYITAW (Reuters) – Myanmar's Supreme Court heard on Tuesday of two Reuters journalists imprisoned for breaking a colonial era official secrets law, in a case that has raised questions about Myanmar's progress towards democracy. Reuters journalist Wa Lone arrives at Insein court in Yangon, Myanmar September 3, 2018. REUTERS / Ann Wang Reporters Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe have spent …

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