Israel defence minister to Syria's Assad: 'throw Iranians out'

Israel defence minister to Syria's Assad: 'throw Iranians out'Israeli Defence Minister Avigdor Lieberman on Friday urged Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to expel Iranian forces from his country, after Israeli air strikes hit alleged Iranian targets in Syria. “I shall take advantage of this opportunity to send a message to Assad: throw the Iranians out,” a defence ministry statement quoted Lieberman as saying during a visit to the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights. Israel claims it struck dozens of Iranian targets inside Syria early on Thursday in response to a salvo of rockets fired by Iranian forces into the occupied Golan Heights.


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Police throw black woman to floor, say they will “break” her arm during arrest at Waffle House

  1. Police throw black woman to floor, say they will “break” her arm during arrest at Waffle House  Vox
  2. Alabama cops tackle, arrest black woman in Waffle House over ‘the f-bomb’  ThinkProgress
  3. Violent Arrest of Black Woman at Waffle House Sparks Protests  Eater
  4. Saraland Police to address Waffle House controversy at 4:00. LIVE on WKRG Facebook page  WKRG
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New MacBook Will Throw Out Intel Over Tim Cook's Risky Gamble

  1. New MacBook Will Throw Out Intel Over Tim Cook’s Risky Gamble  Forbes
  2. Intel’s debut 6-core Core i9 CPUs could push gaming laptops past 5GHz speeds  PCWorld
  3. Intel’s new Core i9 chips could make laptops feel like desktops  CNET
  4. Apple Plans to Use Its Own Chips in Macs From 2020, Replacing Intel  Bloomberg
  5. Intel Debuts Coffee Lake Mobile CPUs: What You Need to Know  Laptop Mag
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An Apple, Samsung search for 'competition' to now throw up Google

  1. An Apple, Samsung search for ‘competition’ to now throw up Google  Economic Times
  2. Should I be worried about my privacy on Facebook and Google?  Stuff.co.nz
  3. Google tracked a year of my life in downtown Minneapolis  The Star Online
  4. The new rules for the internet – and why you shouldn’t delete Facebook  The Globe and Mail
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