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President Biden has built the case for a second term by saying his policies have strengthened the labor market. Photo: andrew caballero-reynolds/Agence France-Presse/Getty ImagesWASHINGTON—President Biden likes to talk about “jobs, jobs, jobs” when touting his economic record. The problem is that voters are far more worried about prices, prices, prices. The disconnect is one reason why his Bidenomics re-election pitch is landing flat despite a broadly resilient U.S. economy that has defied expectations. Prices have gone up by 19% since the start of the pandemic, a hard-to-forget leap that has left voters in search of someone to blame.
Persons: Biden, andrew caballero, reynolds Organizations: Agence France, Getty, WASHINGTON —
Alabama Plunges College Football Into Chaos
  + stars: | 2023-12-03 | by ( Laine Higgins | )   time to read: 1 min
Jalen Milroe and the Alabama Crimson Tide won the SEC Championship. Photo: Todd Kirkland/Getty ImagesATLANTA—Heading into this week’s conference championship matchups, the College Football Playoff Selection Committee looked like it could take the weekend off. The top four teams in the nation—Georgia, Michigan, Washington and Florida State—were all Power 5 schools with perfect records. Win one more game, and the final four would pick itself. Then Nick Saban’s Alabama marched into Atlanta and plunged the entire sport into chaos.
Persons: Jalen Milroe, Todd Kirkland, Nick Saban’s Alabama Organizations: Alabama Crimson Tide, SEC, Getty, College, Florida State Locations: ATLANTA, Georgia, Michigan, Washington, Florida, Atlanta
Israel says it uncovered 800 shafts to Hamas tunnels below Gaza
  + stars: | 2023-12-03 | by ( )   time to read: +2 min
[1/4] An Israeli soldier walks through a tunnel underneath Al Shifa Hospital in Gaza City, amid the ongoing ground operation of the Israeli army against Palestinian Islamist group Hamas, in the northern Gaza Strip, November 22, 2023. The Palestinian Islamist group said before the now eight-week-old war in the Gaza Strip that it had hundreds of kilometres of tunnels - a network comparable in size to the New York subway system - to protect and serve as operational bases. "The tunnel shafts were located in civilian areas, many of which were near or inside civilian buildings and structures, such as schools, kindergartens, mosques and playgrounds," the military said in a statement on Sunday. The statement, summarising anti-tunnel operations so far, followed near-daily accounts to the media by troops who said they uncovered access shafts in civilian sites. Of some 800 shafts discovered, the military said, 500 had been destroyed using a variety of operational methods, including by "detonation and by sealing off".
Persons: Ronen, Ari Rabinovitch, Angus MacSwan Organizations: Palestinian, Hamas, REUTERS, Rights, New, Thomson Locations: Israeli, Al Shifa, Gaza City, Gaza, Palestinian, Washington, Israel
Speaking at a campaign event in Iowa, Trump said it was important to scrutinize the vote in the battleground states likely to determine the general election. "So the most important part of what's coming up is to guard the vote. Trump did not specify who he was asking to "go into" the battleground-state cities. In a second Iowa event on Saturday in Cedar Rapids, Trump reiterated plans to reform the Affordable Care Act, known informally as Obamacare, calling the healthcare insurance program "a disaster." Reporting by Nathan Layne in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and Gram Slattery in Washington Editing by Matthew LewisOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Donald Trump, Carlos Barria, Trump, Joe Biden, Timothy Naftali, Naftali, Biden, Nathan Layne, Gram Slattery, Matthew Lewis Organizations: U.S, Republican, REUTERS, Democratic, Trump, Republican National Committee, Republicans, Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs, Capitol, Affordable, Thomson Locations: Ankeny , Iowa, U.S, RAPIDS , Iowa, Philadelphia, Iowa, Michigan , Pennsylvania, Georgia, what's, Detroit, Atlanta, Ankeny, Des Moines, Nazi Germany, Cedar Rapids, Cedar Rapids , Iowa, Washington
Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton delivers remarks during the unveiling of her portrait, at the State Department in Washington, U.S., September 26, 2023. REUTERS/Ken Cedeno/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsDUBAI, Dec 3 (Reuters) - Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton called on Sunday for reform of the insurance sector, where companies are increasingly withdrawing assistance against climate shocks. Lower-income countries and workers in nations most affected by climate change are struggling to access insurance to help protect them from economic shocks. "We need to rethink the insurance industry," Clinton said during a panel on women and climate resiliency. "People in the United States, Europe, they're going to wake up and say, 'What do you mean, I can't get insurance?'"
Persons: Hillary Rodham Clinton, Ken Cedeno, Hillary Clinton, Clinton, it's, Valerie Volcovici, Elizabeth Piper, Katy Daigle, Jan Harvey Organizations: U.S, State Department, REUTERS, Rights, Former U.S, Insurance, Foundation Resilience, Thomson Locations: Washington , U.S, Former, India, U.S, United States, Europe
Ron DeSantis had just taken office in 2019 when the University of Florida lured Neil H. Buchanan, a prominent economist and tax law scholar, from George Washington University. Now, just four years after he started at the university, Dr. Buchanan has given up his tenured job and headed north to teach in Toronto. In a recent column on a legal commentary website, he accused Florida of “open hostility to professors and to higher education more generally.”He is not the only liberal-leaning professor to leave one of Florida’s highly regarded public universities. The Times interviewed a dozen academics — in fields ranging from law to psychology to agronomy — who have left Florida public universities or given their notice, many headed to blue states. While emphasizing that hundreds of top academics remain in Florida, a state known for its solid and affordable public university system, they raised concerns that the governor’s policies have become increasingly untenable for scholars and students.
Persons: Ron DeSantis, Neil H, Buchanan, DeSantis, Organizations: University of Florida, George Washington University, Times Locations: Toronto, Florida
The launch of Google's anticipated AI model, Gemini, has been delayed, The Information reported. NEW LOOK Sign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementThe world will have to wait a little longer before we can experience the launch of Google's most complex artificial intelligence model to date. Though already Google has its own generative AI model called Bard, ChatGPT has so far enjoyed stronger consumer awareness — but analysts argue that could change when Gemini finally launches.
Persons: , Gemini, I've, Sissie Hsiao, Google's, Bard, Hsiao, ChatGPT Organizations: Service, Google, Business, Gemini Locations: New York, Washington, California
A groom who shared his extravagant wedding on TikTok could face prison time. If convicted, he could face up to life in prison. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementA groom whose multimillion-dollar wedding in Paris captured the attention of millions on TikTok is facing life in prison for shooting at North Texas police officers, according to multiple reports. Behind the curtain of their lavish wedding were multiple charges stemming from a March 14 incident involving three police officers, WFAA reported.
Persons: Jacob LaGrone, , Madeline Brockway, LaGrone Organizations: Service, North Texas, Eiffel, Harpers Bazaar Arabia, WFAA, Washington Post, Dallas Morning News Locations: Paris, de Villette, Tarrant County, Tarrant
JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israeli forces have found 800 shafts leading to Hamas' vast subterranean network of tunnels and bunkers since a Gaza ground operation began on Oct 27, and have destroyed more than half of them, the military said on Sunday. The Palestinian Islamist group said before the now eight-week-old war in the Gaza Strip that it had hundreds of kilometres of tunnels - a network comparable in size to the New York subway system - to protect and serve as operational bases. "The tunnel shafts were located in civilian areas, many of which were near or inside civilian buildings and structures, such as schools, kindergartens, mosques and playgrounds," the military said in a statement on Sunday. The statement, summarising anti-tunnel operations so far, followed near-daily accounts to the media by troops who said they uncovered access shafts in civilian sites. Of some 800 shafts discovered, the military said, 500 had been destroyed using a variety of operational methods, including by "detonation and by sealing off".
Persons: Ari Rabinovitch, Angus MacSwan Organizations: New Locations: JERUSALEM, Gaza, Palestinian, Washington, Israel
Stephanie ArmourStephanie Armour is a senior special writer for health policy at The Wall Street Journal, where she covers such topics as the Covid-19 pandemic, the Affordable Care Act, Medicaid and Medicare, congressional health legislation, the opioid epidemic, and state health initiatives. A reporter for more than two decades, she has produced award-winning investigative projects on subjects including food safety, body brokering, and human trafficking. Stephanie also has written for Bloomberg and Bloomberg Businessweek, USA Today, The Des Moines Register, and The Daily Tribune in Ames, Iowa. Her journalism awards include a First Place Headliner Award from the Press Club of Atlantic City, a First Place Sigma Delta Chi Award from the Society of Professional Journalists and a First Place in Consumer Journalism Award from the National Press Club. She lives in Washington D.C. and has a degree in English from the University of Minnesota.
Persons: Stephanie Armour Stephanie Armour, Stephanie Organizations: Wall Street, Affordable, Bloomberg, Bloomberg Businessweek, USA, Des Moines Register, The Daily Tribune, Press, Sigma Delta Chi, Society of Professional Journalists, Consumer, National Press, Washington D.C, University of Minnesota Locations: Ames , Iowa, Atlantic City, Washington
Mike Johnson Becomes Surprise Champion of More Ukraine Aid
  + stars: | 2023-12-02 | by ( Lindsay Wise | )   time to read: 1 min
Speaker Mike Johnson has repeatedly called Ukraine aid a critical priority for the House. Photo: Drew Angerer/Getty ImagesWASHINGTON—Less than one month before Mike Johnson ’s sudden ascent to the speakership, the Louisiana Republican, then a little-known member, joined with most GOP lawmakers to vote against $300 million in U.S. security assistance for Ukraine. Now, as speaker, Johnson has surprised many on Capitol Hill by publicly and repeatedly calling Ukraine aid a critical priority for the House.
Persons: Mike Johnson, Drew Angerer, Mike Johnson ’, Johnson Organizations: Getty, WASHINGTON, Louisiana Republican Locations: Ukraine, Louisiana
Hours after a Sikh community leader was assassinated by two masked men in the parking lot of his temple in Canada, a senior Indian security officer sent a drug trafficker he knew a video of the blood-covered victim slumped over in his truck. An hour later, he followed that up with the New York address of another Sikh activist he wanted killed. The trafficker got right on it, according to U.S. prosecutors. He passed on the video and other messages to a purported hit man who had already accepted a $15,000 advance payment for the contract killing on U.S. soil, and suggested there could be more such work. “We have so many targets,” he told the hired gun, who he didn’t know was really an undercover U.S. law-enforcement officer.
Persons: , Locations: Canada, Indian, York, U.S
WASHINGTON—As he campaigns to retake the White House, Donald Trump has increasingly tossed aside the principles of limited government and local control that have defined the Republican Party for decades. The former president is laying plans to wield his executive authority to influence school curricula, prevent doctors from providing medical interventions for young transgender people and pressure police departments to adopt more severe anticrime policies. All are areas where state or local officials have traditionally taken the lead.
Persons: Donald Trump Organizations: WASHINGTON, Republican Party
5 Oregon 34-31 for a spot in the College Football Playoff, those emotions also were tempered about what's being left behind. “It is sad to see it happen, for that to be the last football game,” DeBoer said. I don't think there's anyone else in the country that's gone through what we've gone through.”Now the Pac-12 becomes the Pac-2 with only Oregon State and Washington State sticking around. Oregon State and Washington State could agree to some kind of merger with the Mountain West or look to rebuild Pac-12 by taking the top teams from the Group of Five leagues. “The Pac-12 has been an historical conference for a long time,” Oregon quarterback Bo Nix said.
Persons: — George Kliavkoff, Kalen DeBoer, ” DeBoer, , we've, Bo Nix, Jason, Kelli Baucom, They've, , what's, Kelli, Lincoln Kennedy, Kennedy, ” ___, W.G, Ramirez Organizations: LAS VEGAS, Huskies, College Football Playoff, Big Ten Conference, Oregon State, Washington State, Washington, The, Conference, Could've, College Football, Big, Atlantic Coast Conference, UCLA, Oakland Raiders, Las Vegas Raiders, AP Locations: Washington, Oregon, Vegas
Russia has increasingly had to turn to a so-called "ghost fleet" of aging tankers to ship oil and avoid the cap. Panama, the Republic of the Marshall Islands, and Liberia have allowed some of those ships to carry their flags, according to Lloyd's List Intelligence and oil analysts. Lloyd's List Intelligence has said nearly 40% of the about 535 dark-fleet tankers have registered ownership via companies incorporated in the Marshall Islands. It also seeks to give leverage to countries buying oil outside the price-cap coalition to get discounted oil from Russia. The group is asking Liberia and the Marshall Islands to increase awareness among those in the trade that its flag should not be used for tankers transporting oil priced above the cap.
Persons: Dado Ruvic, Lindsey Whyte, John Berrigan, Brian Nelson, Timothy Gardner, Simon Webb, Rosalba O'Brien Organizations: REUTERS, Rights, Marshall, Intelligence, Britain's Treasury, U.S . Treasury, Reuters, EU, Thomson Locations: WASHINGTON, U.S, Liberia, Marshall Islands, Panama, Moscow, Ukraine, Russia, China, India, Republic, Marshall, Washington, British
They blew a 17-point lead, watched Oregon go ahead by four and immediately responded with the drive of the game. And now the third-ranked Huskies not only are the Pac-12 champions, they secured a spot in the College Football Playoff with a 34-31 victory over No. Only Oregon State and Washington State will remain as they try to find a way to keep the tradition-rich conference together in some form. Washington took a 20-3 lead before the Ducks scored a touchdown with nine seconds left to get to within 10 points. The lead didn't last long as Washington scored on its next drive to take the lead for good.
Persons: — Washington, , Washington's Michael Penix Jr, “ We've, We're, Dan Lanning, , ” Dillon Johnson, Jalen McMillan, Rome Odunze, Oregon's Bo Nix, FanDuel Sportsbook, ” Nix, Washington, Nix, Terrance Ferguson, Jordan James, Penix, McMillan, you've, Kalen DeBoer, “ He's, He's, ___ Organizations: LAS VEGAS, Huskies, College Football, Oregon ., Oregon, Oregon State, Washington State, ” Ducks, Washington, The Huskies, Ducks, AP Locations: Oregon, Oregon . Washington, Washington, Seattle, ” Washington
Despite the fact that food is a big climate problem, very little has been done so far to address it. Here are some details about the sources of emissions from the food and agriculture sector:HOW MUCH DOES OUR FOOD EMIT? Global food systems accounted for 17 billion metric tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent or 31% of human-made greenhouse gas emissions in 2019, according to the United Nations' Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). That wasted food - including the energy used to produce and transport it, spoilage along the way and the food thrown out after rotting in household fridges - generates half of all global food system emissions, according to a March study published in the journal Nature Food. Food waste makes up about 25% of municipal solid waste in landfills in the United States, according to a recent study by the Environmental Protection Agency.
Persons: Brittany Hosea, Leah Douglas, Josie Kao Organizations: REUTERS, mets, United Nations, Food, Agriculture Organization, FAO, Environmental Protection Agency, Thomson Locations: Vernalis , California, U.S, Dubai, Brazil, United States
We need to implement food systems approaches throughout COP28," said Joao Campari, global leader of food practice at the World Wildlife Fund. Doing so could also unlock financial investment in tackling food emissions, said Saswati Bora, global director for regenerative food systems at the Nature Conservancy. TACKLING METHANEA key goal for advocates is reducing methane emissions from food sectors like livestock production and food waste. Countries should also make stronger commitments in NDCs on food waste, said Liz Goodwin, director of food loss and waste at the World Resources Institute. Food waste generates half of all global food system emissions according to a March study published in the journal Nature Food.
Persons: David Swanson, Joao Campari, NDCs, Patty Fong, Saswati Bora, Bora, John Tauzel, Tauzel, Liz Goodwin, Goodwin, Leah Douglas, Josie Kao Organizations: REUTERS, United Nations, Food, Agriculture Organization, FAO, World Wildlife Fund, Conference of, United, United Arab Emirates, Global Alliance, Nature Conservancy, COP26, Environmental Defense Fund, World Resources Institute, Thomson Locations: Corcoran , California, U.S, Dubai, COP28, United Arab, United States, India, China, Canada, NDCs
John Kerry, President Joe Biden's climate envoy, is expected to announce at COP28 a global strategy in nuclear fusion. If it is produced using renewables like wind or solar power, as opposed to fossil fuel generated power, it is called green hydrogen. Governments and companies think green hydrogen could be a way to clean up hard-to-decarbonize industries like steel and cement-making and other industrial manufacturing. PwC said technologies like green hydrogen and reducing food waste have relatively high emissions reduction potential, but are receiving a small share of start-up investment. In 2023, green hydrogen got 3.9% of global climate-tech venture funding, while food waste got 0.7%, it said.
Persons: PwC, John Kerry, Joe Biden's, David Schatsky, Schatsky, Timothy Gardner, Richard Valdmanis, Diane Craft Organizations: International Energy Agency, Fusion Industry Association, FIA, Companies, Deloitte, Entrepreneurship, Reuters, Thomson Locations: Olfus, Iceland, Dubai, United States, Texas, Louisiana, Australia, China, Germany, Japan, U.S, ASIA, AFRICA, France, India, Asia, Africa
Aspects of the story are similar to the real-life scandal involving Mary Kay Letourneau and Vili Fualaau. AdvertisementTodd Haynes' latest film "May December" is now streaming on Netflix, and its similarities to the real-life sexual abuse scandal between Mary Kay Letourneau and Vili Fualaau are evident. AdvertisementIn the years since the scandal, Letourneau had insisted that she was unaware that her and Fualaau's relationship was illegal. In a TV special that aired on A&E in 2018 titled "Mary Kay Letourneau: Autobiography," she said that there was "nothing going on at all when he was a student of mine." Mary Kay Letourneau in February 1998.
Persons: Mary Kay Letourneau, Letourneau, , Todd Haynes, Elizabeth Berry, Natalie Portman, Gracie Atherton, Yoo, Julianne Moore, Joe Atherton, Charles Melton, Gracie, Elizabeth pries, Fualaau, Joe Yoo, Joe, Mary, Charlie, It's, Ron Wurzer, Steve Letourneau, Audrey, Alan Berner, Vili Fualaau, Haynes, Samy Burch's, Burch Organizations: Service, Netflix, Fualaau, Columbia, Daily, New York Film, Business Locations: Savannah , Georgia, Letourneau, Georgia, Washington, Ocotber, Woodinville , Washington
"Given the transition in Argentina, we are handing the subject to the new government, which has indicated they want a deal," the Brazilian foreign ministry spokesman said. A European official with knowledge of the talks said Argentina was no longer open to finalizing the deal on Mercosur. Argentine negotiators who were due to travel to Brasilia for final push to close the deal canceled their trip, a Brazilian government trade official told Reuters. Officials wanted to wrap up agreements before Argentina's Milei takes office on Dec. 10, as he has criticized the trade deal that took two decades to negotiate. Argentina's incoming foreign minister, Diana Mondino, said it was important to sign the EU-Mercosur accord after she visited Brasilia last Sunday to meet Brazil's foreign minister.
Persons: Javier Milei, Milei, Diana Mondino, Anthony Boadle, Marcela Ayres, Lisandra, Matthew Lewis Organizations: European Union, Mercosur, Argentine, Reuters, EU, Milei, Diplomats, Thomson Locations: BRASILIA, Argentina, Mercosur, Brasilia, American, Brazil, Argentine, Belen, Madrid, Jorgelina, Rosario, Buenos Aires
A pipeline that moves methane gas from the Frank R. Bowerman landfill to an onsite power plant is shown in Irvine, California, California, U.S., June 15, 2021. The philanthropies, which include the Bezos Earth Fund, Bloomberg Philanthropies and the Sequoia Climate Foundation, will help accelerate the phase-down of methane emissions and other non-carbon dioxide greenhouse gases. That means that reining in methane emissions can have a more immediate impact in limiting climate change. Research firm Kayrros, which tracks methane emissions, said on Friday that despite the pledge, emissions of methane are not coming down, and in some places, they are even going up. Rapid cuts in methane emissions from fossil fuels could lead to a reduction of 0.1°C in global temperature rise by mid-century," said Antoine Rostand, CEO of Kayrros.
Persons: Frank R, Bowerman, Mike Blake, Bloomberg Philanthropies, , Mia Amor Mottley, “ We’ve, Antoine Rostand, Valerie Volcovici, Frances Kerry Organizations: REUTERS, Rights, Fund, Bloomberg, Sequoia Climate Foundation, U.S, Thomson Locations: Irvine , California , California, U.S, United States, UAE, China, Barbados, EU
People arrive to attend the Pledging Conference of the Green Climate Fund (GCF) for the First Replenishment in Paris, France, October 25, 2019. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsDUBAI, Dec 2 (Reuters) - The United States will pledge $3 billion to the Green Climate Fund, sources familiar with matter said on Saturday as Vice President Kamala Harris arrived in Dubai for the U.N. climate summit. The fund, with more than $20 billion in pledges, is the largest international fund dedicated to supporting climate action in developing countries. The latest pledge, which Reuters was first to report, would be additional to another $2 billion previously delivered by the United States. In addition to supporting climate adaptation, the fund also finances projects to help countries shift to clean energy.
Persons: Pascal, Kamala Harris, Harris, replenishments, Joe Biden, John Kerry, Nandita Bose, Valerie Volcovici, William James, Elizabeth Piper, Katy Daigle, Edwina Gibbs Organizations: Climate, REUTERS, Rights, Climate Fund, Reuters, Thomson Locations: Paris, France, United, Dubai, United States, U.S, COP28
What to watch at COP28 on Sunday
  + stars: | 2023-12-02 | by ( )   time to read: +2 min
[1/3] U.S Secretary of State Antony Blinken speaks during the Transforming Food Systems in the Face of Climate Change event on the sidelines of the COP28 climate summit at Dubai Expo, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates December 1, 2023. SAUL LOEB/Pool via REUTERS Acquire Licensing RightsDUBAI, Dec 2 (Reuters) - After two days of back-to-back speeches by world leaders, the COP28 climate summit turns its attention on Sunday to the reality of climate change fuelling more sickness and disease. Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will also visit the sprawling COP28 compound, where more than 70,000 people from across the world have gathered for the two-week conference. Clinton was due to take part in an event on women and climate change. COP28 will also see an appearance from former U.S. Vice President Al Gore, who shared the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize with the U.N.'s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change for their work to increase public knowledge about global warming.
Persons: Antony Blinken, SAUL LOEB, Bill Gates, Hillary Clinton, Clinton, Al Gore, Kamala Harris, Elizabeth Piper, Diane Craft Organizations: Food Systems, United Arab Emirates, REUTERS Acquire, Rights, Microsoft, Former U.S, U.S, Thomson Locations: Dubai, United Arab
Israel has sworn to annihilate Hamas following its Oct. 7 rampage in southern Israel in which it says 1,200 people were killed and more than 200 taken hostage. "Frankly, the scale of civilian suffering, and the images and videos coming from Gaza, are devastating," Harris told reporters. The United States has been increasingly vocal that Israel must narrow the combat zone during any offensive in southern Gaza and ensure safe zones for non-combatants. Gaza health officials said that in addition to the death toll, 650 people had been wounded since the truce collapsed. Gaza health officials said three Palestinians were killed in an Israeli air strike on a house in Rafah.
Persons: Kamala Harris, Lloyd Austin, Israel, Harris, Austin, Benjamin Netanyahu, Netanyahu, Wessam Farhat, Amir Cohen, Mark Regev, Robert Mardini, Emmanuel Macron, Saleh Al, Arouri, Yoav Gallant, Khan Younis, Suhaib, Nidal, Mohammed Salem, Ari Rabinovich, Emily Rose, Andrew Mills, Nandita Bose, Steve Holland, Phil Stewart, Matt Spetalnick, Nick Zieminski, Matt Lewis, Jonathan Oatis Organizations: Hamas, U.S . Defense, Simi Valley , California ., U.S, REUTERS, International Committee, Reuters, Crescent, Palestinian, Al, Israeli, Palestinian News Agency, Tel, Thomson Locations: GAZA, CAIRO, Israel, Gaza, Washington, Egypt, Dubai, Simi Valley , California, Simi Valley , California . Austin, U.S, Tel Aviv, United States, Palestinian, Rafah, Qatar, Al Jazeera, Suhaib Salem, Cairo, Jerusalem, Doha
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