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1 HOUR AGO - Yahoo! News

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EU should keep sanctions against Hamas: US

The United States on Wednesday urged the European Union to keep up its sanctions against Hamas, saying there was "no change" in US policy. "We will continue to work closely with the European Union on Hamas-related issues. We believe that the EU should maintain its terrorism sanctions on Hamas," State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki said. The United States was studying ...

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3 HOURS AGO - San Francisco Chronicle

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Steps Pakistan is taking after school massacre

A Pakistani military official with knowledge of the meeting said Pakistan asked Afghanistan to take action against Mullah Fazlullah, the head of the Pakistani Taliban, who Pakistan says is hiding in Afghanistan's border region. The prime minister's office said Wednesday he was lifting a ban on executions in terrorism cases. When Nawaz Sharif took office last summer he lifted the ...

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3 HOURS AGO - San Francisco Chronicle

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Quotes from Pakistani families over school attack

Yesterday we watched the news on TV and as five of our kids were studying there we got so worried and upset for the safety of our children, said Haji Dost Muhammad, 52, whose son Asad died in the attack. Asad was an outstanding student and wanted to be a pilot but his soul flew from his body before he ...

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3 HOURS AGO - BBC

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Terrorism arrest in High Wycombe

A man is arrested in High Wycombe on suspicion of "arranging availability of property for the purposes of terrorism", police say.

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4 HOURS AGO - The Guardian

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Security service intercept evidence for trials rejected as too costly – inquiry

Review chaired by Sir John Chilcot concludes such evidence for terrorism and serious crime is legally feasible but is too expensive and provides security riskThe use of intercept evidence from the security services in terrorist and serious crime trials has been rejected after being found to be legally feasible but too costly, an official inquiry has concluded.The review, chaired by ...

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