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Israel approves plans to build illegal ‘Trump Heights’ settlements

Israel approved plans on Sunday to build new illegal settlements in the occupied Golan Heights, named after US president Donald Trump. #Israel #Golanheights #Trump

'Trump Heights': Israel names illegal settlement in Golan Heights after Trump

'Trump Heights': Israel names illegal settlement in Golan Heights after Trump

Trump says it's time to recognise Israel’s sovereignty over Golan Heights

Trump says it's time to recognise Israel’s sovereignty over Golan Heights

Trump Heights | Picture This

Trump Heights | Picture This

US says Israeli settlements aren’t illegal

US says Israeli settlements aren’t illegal

FBI reports US murders up nearly 30% in 2020

FBI reports US murders up nearly 30% in 2020

Egged, slapped and heckled: Macron’s forgettable public appearances

Egged, slapped and heckled: Macron’s forgettable public appearances

Migrant reports being pushed into sea by Greek security forces

Migrant reports being pushed into sea by Greek security forces

ICC excludes the US from Afghanistan war crime probe

ICC excludes the US from Afghanistan war crime probe

UK Labour conference calls for sanctions against Israel's 'apartheid' crimes

UK Labour conference calls for sanctions against Israel's 'apartheid' crimes

French President Emmanuel Macron gets egged on his way to Lyon

French President Emmanuel Macron gets egged on his way to Lyon

Woman harassed, physically assaulted for wearing a headscarf in Austria

Woman harassed, physically assaulted for wearing a headscarf in Austria

Panic buying leaves UK fuel stations dry

Panic buying leaves UK fuel stations dry

Israeli forces arrest 11-year-old Palestinian boy

Israeli forces arrest 11-year-old Palestinian boy

The Dark History of Coffee

The Dark History of Coffee

Azerbaijan honours Nagorno-Karabakh conflict victims

Azerbaijan honours Nagorno-Karabakh conflict victims

Hunter Biden reportedly sought over $2M to help unfreeze Libyan assets

Hunter Biden reportedly sought over $2M to help unfreeze Libyan assets

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