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President Trump goes on the offensive, Israel vows to retaliate for a rocket strike from Gaza and British Parliament attempts to control the Brexit process. Here’s the latest:
A day after a summary of the two-year Mueller investigation reported that there was no conspiracy with Russia, the president worked to turn the tables on his foes.
He suggested that they were guilty of “evil things” and should be investigated themselves.
“Grim faced and simmering with anger,” our White House correspondent wrote, “Mr. Trump repeated his assertion that a collection of partisan foes had effectively conspired to try to disrupt or even end his presidency with false allegations about his campaign’s ties with Moscow in 2016.”
Congress: Lawmakers are questioning the determination by Attorney General William Barr that the president had not obstructed justice, a charge the Mueller report left open, and are calling for Mr. Barr to testify.
Perspective: In an Op-Ed, the lawyer who drafted the regulations under which Mr. Mueller was appointed argues that the attorney general’s conclusion makes it imperative that the public see the full report.
Lawmakers passed an amendment that would allow Parliament to vote on alternative Brexit plans on Wednesday, as Prime Minister Theresa May admitted that her twice-rejected version doesn’t have “sufficient support” for a third vote.
The move wrested control of the process from Mrs. May — an unprecedented departure from British political traditions, in which government normally controls the agenda.
The alternatives: Options include a so-called “soft Brexit” that would keep Britain in European economic structures, a second referendum or even revoking Brexit completely.
Wang Yi, a civil rights lawyer who founded a 500-member independent church in the southwestern city of Chengdu, has been detained, along with his wife, since December without access to a lawyer.
The two have been accused of trying to subvert the state — a crime that typically results in lengthy prison sentences.
Context: Efforts to clamp down on religious groups have intensified under President Xi Jinping, reflecting his vision of restoring China’s glorious past and implementing cultural and ideological uniformity.Mr. Wang is part of the surge of Protestant Christians in the country. About half of the 60 million Protestants worship at independent churches, many led by white-collar professionals in large cities. The ruling party perceives them as a threat.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he was cutting short a trip to the U.S., after a rocket launched from Gaza struck a house in central Israel. The strike left seven people injured, including two children.
The Israeli military said that Hamas, the militant group that controls the Gaza Strip, launched the rocket and that Israel would make retaliatory strikes. More Israeli forces were sent to bolster deployments around Gaza, and reservists were called up, suggesting preparations for an escalating conflict.
Hamas and Israel have been avoiding open conflict since 2014, when 50 days of bloody fighting left 1,881 Palestinians and 67 Israelis dead.
Political calculations: How Mr. Netanyahu proceeds will likely weigh on voters in Israeli general elections due in two weeks. A strong response could restore his image as a national security hawk but engaging in a bloody conflict could add to the challenges Mr. Netanyahu already faces, including bribery and corruption charges.
In the U.S.: Mr. Netanyahu met with President Trump at the White House, where Mr. Trump signed a proclamation recognizing Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights — a patch of land that the country seized from Syria in 1967 — breaking with decades of American foreign policy.
Mr. Netanyahu canceled his plans to address a policy conference organized by the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, known as Aipac, on Tuesday, but his chief rival in the elections, Bennie Gantz, addressed the conference Monday.
Apple: The technology giant unveiled new services that shift its focus away from hardware, notably a new video service, Apple TV+ (Plus), to launch this fall in 100 countries, and a news subscription service offering access to 300 magazines for .99 a month.
Thai elections: The pro-military party is so far leading in the popular vote for the lower house of Parliament, but the opposition, the populist Pheu Thai party, seems to have collected the largest number of seats. The vote on Sunday was filled with reports of irregularities and concerns about repeated delays in announcing preliminary results. Official results may not come till early May.
Perspective: In an Op-Ed, Thaksin Shinawatra, Thailand’s former prime minister, accuses the military junta of interfering in this weekend’s general elections. “This military government is ready to destroy the system simply to keep its people in power,” he writes.
Hong Kong: Patrick Ho, a former official who was charged in the U.S. with conspiring to bribe foreign leaders on behalf of a Chinese oil company, was sentenced to three years in prison — two years less than prosecutors had sought because of his good deeds while in custody.
Indonesia: A Russian tourist has been accused of trying to smuggle a drugged 2-year-old orangutan out of the country and could face up to five years in prison.
North Korea: Pyongyang sent officials back to work at the inter-Korean border liaison office established in September, reversing an abrupt decision to pull the staff. It was unclear whether there was any connection to President Trump’s tweet two days earlier, saying that he had ordered his government to withdraw “additional large scale sanctions” against the North.
New Zealand-China ties: Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announced that she would make a long-planned trip to Beijing, although the visit would be shortened in light of the mosque attacks in Christchurch. The trip comes amid growing concerns over frayed relations after New Zealand blocked Huawei from working on the country’s planned 5G network.
“Egg boy” speaks: The teenager who cracked an egg on the head of an Australian politician blaming Muslim immigration for the Christchurch massacres said, “I understand what I did was not the right thing to do.” Will Connolly, 17, added, “However, this egg has united the people.”
Climate change: Copenhagen wants to become carbon neutral in the next six years, investing in a combination of wind turbines, a novel garbage incinerator and more transportation options in a vast project that could serve as a model for other cities around the world.
Traveling while female: The rise in the number of solo female travelers is shining a light on the enduring nature of gender violence and social expectations of women in different cultures.
Batman: The caped crusader turns 80 this week, and over the years his guiding principle of protecting innocence has remained the same. Here’s a look back at the key milestones of his career.
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Today is the 40th anniversary of the signing of the Egypt-Israeli peace treaty, a direct offshoot of the 1978 Camp David accords.
The landmark accords were hashed out in tense talks at Camp David, the rustic presidential retreat in the Catoctin Mountains of Maryland. President Jimmy Carter carried messages and proposals between the cabin of Prime Minister Menachim Begin of Israel and that of President Anwar Sadat of Egypt.
The retreat captured the affection of President Franklin Roosevelt, but not of all his successors. Barack Obama preferred visiting Hawaii or Martha’s Vineyard, Mass.
President Trump goes to his clubs in Palm Beach, Fla. or Bedminster, N.J., rather than Camp David. “It’s nice. You’d like it,” Mr. Trump once told a reporter, adding, “You know how long you’d like it? For about 30 minutes.”
Still, the Navy maintains Camp David as an active military base, ready for a president who will once again routinely make the 30-minute helicopter ride from the White House.
Mark Landler, at White House correspondent who has visited Camp David, wrote today’s Back Story.
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【【世】【间】【不】【值】【得】，【但】【世】【间】【有】【他】，【所】【以】【她】【还】【是】【要】【好】【好】【活】【着】，【每】【一】【天】【同】【他】【热】【烈】【地】【相】【爱】。】 “【嗯】？”【沈】【阔】【稳】【住】【身】【子】，【而】【后】【一】【本】【正】【经】【地】【问】：“【救】【你】【什】【么】？” 【小】【人】【儿】【又】【羞】【又】【恼】，“【哥】【哥】，【我】【跑】【不】【赢】【阿】【月】，【她】【要】【收】【拾】【我】【来】【着】。” “【哈】【哈】。”【沈】【阔】【沉】【声】【笑】【了】，【下】【一】【秒】，【几】【乎】【是】【覆】【在】【她】【耳】【边】【说】：“【你】【咋】【这】【么】【丢】【脸】【呢】？【我】【的】【人】，【不】
【唰】—— 【格】【雷】【身】【前】【的】【景】【象】【快】【速】【变】【幻】，【最】【终】【停】【止】【了】【变】【化】。 【他】【站】【在】【茫】【茫】【的】【虚】**【之】【中】，【而】【柯】【罗】【圣】【者】【以】【及】【霸】【主】【级】【规】【则】【血】【兽】【都】【已】【经】【不】【在】。 【他】【再】【次】【动】【用】【了】【回】【到】【过】【去】【能】【力】。 【每】【一】【次】【的】【动】【用】【必】【须】【在】【时】【空】【波】【动】【停】【止】【之】【后】，【所】【以】【这】【种】【能】【力】【是】【不】【能】【够】【连】【续】【动】【用】【的】。 【不】【过】，【战】【斗】【了】【这】【么】【久】，【原】【本】【动】【荡】【的】【时】【空】【已】【经】【恢】【复】【平】【静】，【而】
【几】【天】【后】，【温】【珑】【来】【找】【白】【梓】【玦】【了】，【她】【已】【经】【办】【完】【入】【职】【手】【续】【准】【备】【工】【作】【了】。 【白】【梓】【玦】【问】【道】【温】【珑】：“【怎】【么】【就】【想】【开】【了】【呢】？【明】【明】【之】【前】【我】【劝】【了】【你】【很】【多】【次】，【也】【帮】【了】【你】【很】【多】【次】，【怎】【么】【这】【次】【就】【学】【乖】【听】【话】【了】【呢】？” 【温】【珑】【撇】【了】【撇】【嘴】，【她】【当】【然】【不】【能】【说】【是】【夏】【研】【对】【自】【己】【威】【逼】【利】【诱】【了】，【只】【是】【平】【淡】【的】【说】：“【想】【开】【了】【也】【就】【自】【然】【过】【来】【了】，【我】【希】【望】【把】**【变】【成】【自】【己】【的】2017平码开奖结果记录“【学】【长】【学】【姐】【们】【好】！”【同】【学】【们】【齐】【刷】【刷】【的】【打】【招】【呼】，【然】【后】【有】【几】【个】【同】【学】【让】【出】【了】【椅】【子】【让】【他】【们】【坐】。 【老】【陈】【怕】【他】【们】【放】【不】【开】，【就】【借】【口】【先】【去】【上】【个】【厕】【所】，【让】【他】【们】【暂】【时】【放】【飞】【一】【下】。 【同】【学】【们】【见】【老】【陈】【走】【了】，【有】【个】【男】【生】【问】【道】：“【短】【发】【小】【姐】【姐】，【老】【陈】【对】【你】【们】【凶】【吗】？” 【丛】【默】【愣】【了】【一】【下】【才】【反】【应】【过】【来】【是】【在】【问】【自】【己】，【想】【了】【想】，【道】：“【老】【陈】【啊】，【他】【只】【教】【过】【我】
【事】【情】【发】【展】【的】【太】【快】，【以】【至】【于】【圣】【教】【众】【人】【尚】【无】【准】【备】【便】【遭】【偷】【袭】，【折】【损】【了】【不】【少】【人】【手】，【包】【括】【汴】【梁】【联】【络】【点】【的】【香】【主】【也】【被】【生】【擒】。 【尽】【管】【教】【众】【百】【思】【不】【得】【其】【解】，【正】【道】【为】【何】【会】【对】【我】【教】【布】【置】【了】【如】【指】【掌】，【但】【顾】【襄】、【江】【朝】【欢】【几】【人】【却】【心】【知】【肚】【明】，【这】【只】【能】【是】【顾】【柔】【泄】【露】。 【顾】【柔】【也】【终】【于】【在】【两】【日】【后】【露】【面】，【安】【排】【了】【新】【的】【布】【防】【和】【联】【络】【点】。 【当】【顾】【襄】【质】【问】【她】【时】，【她】【毫】
【楚】【天】【都】【市】【报】11【月】10【日】【讯】（【记】【者】【陈】【凌】【燕】 【通】【讯】【员】【袁】【莉】 【刘】【望】 【摄】【影】【罗】【瑶】）【记】【者】【昨】【日】【获】【悉】，【武】【汉】【市】【第】【六】【医】【院】（【江】【汉】【大】【学】【附】【属】【医】【院】）【增】【挂】【武】【汉】【市】【第】【二】【老】【年】【病】【医】【院】，【成】【为】【武】【汉】【第】【二】【家】【以】【老】【年】【病】【专】【科】【命】【名】【的】【公】【立】【综】【合】【性】【医】【院】。
【季】【川】【虽】【然】【来】【一】【中】【带】【不】【了】【多】【久】【的】【课】，【但】【学】【校】【方】【面】【还】【是】【为】【他】【专】【门】【安】【排】【了】【一】【张】【桌】【子】【用】【于】【不】【上】【课】【的】【时】【候】【休】【息】，【他】【坐】【在】【季】【川】【哥】【的】【桌】【子】【上】【随】【意】【拿】【了】【空】【本】【子】，【在】【网】【上】【找】【奥】【数】【题】【来】【刷】。 【对】【于】【江】【忱】【来】【讲】，【无】【聊】【的】【时】【候】【刷】【奥】【数】【时】【间】【过】【得】【特】【别】【特】【别】【快】。 【他】【刚】【进】【入】【自】【己】【的】【刷】【题】【世】【界】【没】【多】【久】，【之】【前】【与】【江】【忱】【搭】【话】【的】【女】【老】【师】【走】【到】【他】【身】【后】，【一】【直】【悄】【无】