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Jerusalem: UN resolution rejects Trump's declaration


Haley's warning: "The United States will remember this day"



The UN General Assembly has decisively backed a resolution effectively calling on the US to withdraw its recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.

The text says that any decisions regarding the status of the city are "null and void" and must be cancelled.

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Jerusalem: US vetoes UN resolution rejecting Trump's declaration

Nikki Haley said the US had been "forced to defend its sovereignty"



The US has vetoed a draft UN Security Council resolution rejecting President Donald Trump's decision to recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.

The text put forward by Egypt affirmed that any decisions on the status of Jerusalem had "no legal effect, are null and void and must be rescinded ".

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Walt Disney buys Murdoch's Fox for $52bn



Disney's long-standing chief executive Bob Iger struck the deal with Rupert Murdoch



Walt Disney has agreed to buy the bulk of 21st Century Fox's business for $52.4bn (£39bn), in a deal both companies said position them to compete in the rapidly changing media industry.

The purchase includes Fox's film and television studios, as well as its 39% stake in satellite broadcaster Sky.

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Muslim nations urge recognition of East Jerusalem as Palestinian capital

Pro-Palestinian protesters gathered outside the OIC summit venue in Istanbul



The leaders of 57 Muslim nations have called on the world to recognise "the State of Palestine and East Jerusalem as its occupied capital".

An Organisation of Islamic Co-operation communique declares US President Donald Trump's decision to recognise the city as Israel's capital as "null and void".

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German spy agency warns of Chinese LinkedIn espionage

Germany's domestic intelligence agency says China used LinkedIn to target at least 10,000 people



China is using fake LinkedIn profiles to gather information on German officials and politicians, the German intelligence agency (BfV) has said.

The agency alleges that Chinese intelligence used the networking site to target at least 10,000 Germans, possibly to recruit them as informants.

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