Raed Salah, the firebrand leader of an outlawed Islamist group, will serve 28 months in prison for incitement to violence, an Israeli court rules today, rejecting an appeal against his conviction.Salah, the leader of the Northern Branch of the Islamic Movement, was convicted in November of incitement to terror and membership in an outlawed organization after giving a sermon in 2017 which he praised a terror attack on Jerusalem s Temple Mount that left two police officers dead and inflamed regional tensions.
It;s back to the golden days when the Collonade Room was the place to be. It;s Scott;s birthday and the who;s who of Genoa City gather for the festivities. It;s too bad the man of the hour won;t make it. He;s too busy flirting with Sheila (Kimberlin Brown). By the time he makes it home the party is over and Lauren (Tracey Bregman) will be one fuming wife.Back at the party, Victor (Eric Braeden) flirts with Cassandra (Nina Arvesen). They 'll be sharing a business and Cass can ''t wait to get close to greatness. She ''s having the time of her life seeing the sparkle in The Mustache ''s eye. It all goes downhill when Nikki (Melody Thomas Scott) shows up, though.
President Trump speaks during Make America Great Again Rally at Florida State Fair Grounds July 31, 2018 after visit to Tampa Bay Technical High School. (Photo by Joe Raedle Getty Images)
Sponsored byPoliticsBorder CrisisTech amp; MediaBusinessWorldTHINKShare this Border CrisisFacing deadline, government reunified 364 of 2,500 plus migrant children Of 1,607 parents eligible to be reunited with their children, 719 have final orders of deportation, the government says, meaning they could be removed from the country as soon as they are reunited. by Julia Ainsley and Jacob Soboroff Jul.20.2018 12:12 AM ETA Guatemalan man, identified only as Gonzalo, hugs his son Evelio, 10, in an Annunciation House facility after they were reunited on July 19, 2018 in El Paso, Texas. The two were reunited in an I.C.E processing center after being separated for sixty three days when they tried to cross into the United States.Joe Raedle Getty ImagesBreaking News EmailsGet breaking news alerts and special reports. The news and stories that matter, delivered weekday mornings.SUBSCRIBEThe Trump administration said in a court filing late Thursday that it has reunified 364 of more than 2,500 migrant children separated from their parents at the U.S. southern border, just one week out from a court ordered deadline.Of 1,607 parents eligible to be reunited with their children, the filing said, 719 have final orders of deportation, meaning they could be removed from the country as soon as they are reunited. Those parents may have to choose between bringing their child back to a violent country or leaving them behind in the care of the government, nonprofits, foster families or relatives in order to seek asylum in the United States.
Mike Pompeo #039;s past statements indicate a far more recalcitrant stance on climate change than that of former Exxon CEO Rex Tillerson, who Pompeo has been nominated to replace as U.S. secretary of state. Credit: Joe Raedle Getty ImagesWith Rex Tillerson's firing, President Donald Trump's new choice for Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, a former Kansas congressman currently serving as director of the CIA signals a hardening stance against international engagement on climate change.
Steve Bannon speaks before introducing Republican senatorial candidate Roy Moore in December in Fairhope, Ala. Bannon now finds himself on the outs with the conservative website he once led and the White House administration where he had been a key player. Joe Raedle Getty Images hide caption
Donald Trump has attacked critics of the US government "s response to Hurricane Maria Getty Images Joe Raedie Donald Trump has hit out at "politically motivated ingrates" for criticising the US government's response to the hurricane that devastated Puerto Rico last week.The President's attack came after he accused the mayor of the Puerto Rican capital San Juan of "poor leadership" and claimed she had been told by Democrats to be "nasty" to him.
A person and a dog make their way through a flooded street in Houston after the area was inundated with flooding from Harvey, which has been downgraded from a hurricane to a tropical storm. Joe Raedle Getty Images hide caption
"The study discovers how "stand in" cells can secrete insulin in the body", said Helge Raeder, professor at the University of Bergen in Norway. "Our study is a step further in the spare part or regenerative medicine, where a lot may go wrong but where a successful approach may cure diabetes," Raeder added, in the paper published in the journal.Currently there is an ongoing rate between scientists trying to restore insulin secretion within the human body in diabetics, by artificially created insulin producing cells. However, in the longer run, they aim to replace insulin shots and blood sugar measurements with insulin secreting cells capable of automatically secreting insulin in response to the blood sugar level.
Ending 2016 with a treat, Verizon has released a wave of security updates to numerous Android smartphones. In total, 11 Android smartphone models should be receiving a firmware update from the Big Red bringing in the most recent security patch. According to GSM Arena, an update is s available each for the Verizon branded variants of Samsung 's 2015 flagship models, the Galaxy S6, S6 Edge and S6 Edge Plus, with software versions G920VVRS4CPL3, G925VVRS4CPL3 and G928VVRS3BPL4 respectively. For those looking forward to gain more from the update, unfortunately, these new firmware updates do not contain anything else aside from the security improvements. Verizon 's firmware support page for each Samsung Galaxy S6 models is saying the same, which reads: The current software update gives you the most up to date Android trade; security patch on your device. ” Aside from the updates for the Galaxy S6 variants, the older flagship model ndash; Galaxy S5 ndash; should also receive a new firmware which specifically bears the version number G900VVRS2DPL1. The phablet models of the Galaxy family carried by Verizon are also getting a new security update. The N920VVRS3BPL4 firmware build is available for the Samsung Galaxy Note 5, N910VVRS2CPL1 for Note 4, and N915VVRS2CPL1 for the Galaxy Note Edge, according to Droid Life. Image by Donald Bowers Getty Images for Samsung In addition to certain Samsung Galaxy smartphones, a security firmware update is available each as well for Moto 's line of modular smartphones, the Moto Z. Aside from the standard model, security update for Verizon 's Moto Z DROID and Moto Z Play is rolling out. Furthermore, completing the list of 11 Android smartphones with new firmware update from Verizon is HTC 's 2016 flagship offering, the HTC 10. Similar to other software updates for Samsung Galaxy and Moto devices, HTC 10 's firmware version 1.85.605.9 should now be rolling via Over The Air or OTA process. Once a firmware update becomes available for a Verizon smartphone, an automatic notification usually pops up prompting users for the OTA download. But there 's no need to fret if the firmware has not arrived yet to your phone as OTA rollouts happen in stages, which means some units will have to wait a bit longer to receive the update. It is also feasible to manually check a firmware update 's availability by navigating to the smartphone 's Settings menu. Look for About Phone and tap System or Software Updates for the device to start searching for any firmware accessible for download and installation. Before downloading an update, Verizon recommends to ensure a stable Wi fi or network connection. The battery should also be fully charged for the update process to successfully push through. Image by Paul Zimmerman Getty Images for Motorola As for other Verizon news, the carrier has announced that it will brick the troubled Samsung Galaxy Note 7 via a software update after initially saying otherwise. According to The Verge, Verizon first decided not to participate in this action because of the added risk this could pose to Galaxy Note 7 users that do not have another device to switch to. ” But apparently, the network had a change of mind as it is now planning to roll out the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 update on January 5. The killing update ” will specifically stop the phablet from charging and will disable it from wireless radios, the report noted. Verizon also shared the following on its website We want to make sure you can contact family, first responders, and emergency medical professionals during the holiday travel season. However, we urge you to stop using your Note7, upgrade it to another device, and return the Note7 to us. ” Other members of the big four carriers mdash; T Mobile, AT amp;T and Sprint mdash; all agreed to release the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 update. T Mobile is the first one to send it out (December 27) while AT amp;T will roll out the firmware same day as Verizon. As for Sprint customers, the Note 7 update is scheduled to arrive beginning January 8. Featured Image by Joe Raedle Getty Images Kylie Jenner Hit With Plastic Surgery Allegations Again
A mosquito control inspector in Miami Dade County, Fla., looks for mosquito larvae in water from a storm drain. Joe Raedle Getty Images hide caption
Headache can also be cured using some natural remedies besides the over the counter medications.(Photo : Joe Raedlel Getty Images)
Beirut (AFP) Syria 's Al Qaeda affiliate briefly detained two of the country 's most prominent media activists who worked at a radio station in the northwestern Idlib province on Sunday, their employer said.Raed Fares and Hadi al Abdallah were released about 12 hours after their abduction, Fresh FM said in a statement posted on Facebook.
Tweet Share Tweet Share on Twitter Share Share on Facebook + LinkedIn Share on LinkedIn Email Email Print Print Tourists take in the sites from a double-decker tour bus of Havana a day after the second round of diplomatic talks between the United States and Cuban officials took place in Washington, DC, on February 28, 2015, in Havana, Cuba Joe Raedle/Getty Images It™s the holiday season, which means you™ve probably headed out of town. Or perhaps you™re prepping for an upcoming trip, or contemplating when and where you might take your next one.If so, Cuba might come to mind: One year after President Barack Obama announced he had begun the process of normalizing relations after half a century of official hostility, travel to the island nation has become easier than ever.