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Fatah and Hamas officials in Doha for unity talks

Officials from rival Palestinian factions Fatah and Hamas were meeting in the Qatari capital, Doha, Sunday in an attempt to jump-start a reconciliation.

Both sides were represented by high-ranking members, with Hamas sending political chief Khaled Mashaal and senior leader Moussa Abu Marzouk and Fatah sending Central Committee members Azzam al-Ahmad and Sakhr Basiso, Fatah official Ali Barakeh told the London-based daily A-Sharq Al-Awsat. 383 more words

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official Austria

Say what you want, but I am impressed with official Austria.

Despite Austria being considered the dumbo of the German speaking lot (Switzerland being the rich one, Germany the big and Austria the slow-witted, according to all the jokes), their administration is very well organised and service-orientated. 108 more words

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November 2015 Ebay Report

Top 5 Items of the Month

Yikes. Doesn’t time fly over Christmas… Back in November there was a few items that I would like to have added to my collection but managed to miss out on all of them for various reasons. 246 more words

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NBA Officials

Recently, the National Basketball Association’s Officials have been very crummy. We all know referees often make mistakes, however, the NBA’s refs have been calling everything. Some people may argue that the NBA has the worst referees of all major pro sports. 78 more words

Israeli, Turkish officials set to hold fresh détente talks

Israeli and Turkish officials will meet in the next two weeks for further talks on a detente between the once close allies, Channel 2 television reported Saturday. 242 more words

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Vatican officials say Pope likely to visit Auschwitz

Pope Francis is expected to visit the site of the Auschwitz concentration camp following an upcoming trip to Krakow in July, a senior Vatican official said Wednesday. 166 more words

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Bill would require sports officials' background checks

Those who officiate “interscholastic athletic events” would have to undergo criminal background checks under a new bill pending before the Tennessee General Assembly.

The proposal, SB 2118, would require “referees or officiates of interscholastic athletic events to submit to a criminal background investigation and provide a fingerprint sample.” 560 more words

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