Republican presidential hopeful Mike Huckabee is vowing to abandon key American policies if he is elected next year, endorsing positions that would put the U.S. at odds with its closest allies. Huckabee said during a visit to Jerusalem on Wednesday that he did not consider the West Bank occupied by Israel - a stand sharply at odds with much of the world.
Israel yesterday offered to free a Palestinian detainee whose two-month hunger strike has left him in a coma-but only if he goes abroad, a demand his lawyer immediately dismissed. The justice ministry made its proposal ahead of a hearing at Israel's top court over whether to release Mohammed Allan, 31, who lapsed into a coma on Friday after ingesting only water since June 18.
Palestinian hunger striker Mohammed Allaan woke from a medically-induced coma Tuesday after his condition stabilized, doctors at the Barzilai hospital in Ashkelon where Allaan is being treated announced. Allaan, an Islamic Jihad activist who started refusing food 64 days ago, was reportedly fully conscious and able to communicate, his doctors said, adding that he was still being treated.
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In two cities ... Providence and Orlando ... the cops flash their emergency lights outside their respective children's hospitals at dusk to say goodnight to the sick kids inside.
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Selecting a term
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