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Blinken warns Netanyahu on annexation but holds fire on far-right cabinet

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken vowed Sunday to oppose Israeli settlements or annexation in the West Bank, but promised to judge Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's incoming government by actions and not personalities. "We will also continue to unequivocally oppose any acts that undermine the prospects of a two-state solution, including but not limited to settlement expansion, moves toward annexation of the West Bank, disruption to the historic status quo of holy sites, demolitions and evictions, and incitement to violence," Blinken said.
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W.African leaders agree to create regional force

West African leaders agreed on Sunday to create a regional force to intervene against jihadism and in the event of coups, a senior official said. They are "determined to establish a regional force that will intervene in the event of need, whether this is in the area of security, terrorism and restore constitutional order in member countries," he added.
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Art of noise: UK project aims to save lost sounds

The mostly defunct red phone boxes no longer attract much attention in London except from tourists. Anyone can contribute, he says, just by "sticking their mobile phone out of the window" and then visiting citiesandmemories.com.

Top 5 non-playoff college football bowl games in 2022-23

The college football bowl game schedule has been released and here are five non-playoff matchups that caught my eye. If you love college football, then you know there are few things better than college football bowl games which will commence in less than two weeks. After an exciting season and...
GEORGIA STATE
Washington Post

Fred McGriff will enter Hall of Fame; Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens denied again

SAN DIEGO — Steroid-era superstars Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens were again denied admission to the Baseball Hall of Fame on Sunday, this time by a jury that included several of their contemporaries. The Hall of Fame’s Contemporary Baseball Era Committee elected just one of the eight eligible players on its ballot: first baseman Fred McGriff, a unanimous choice who will join this year’s regularly elected class in Cooperstown next summer.

Celtics Wrap: Boston Shows Off Defensive Chops Vs. Talented Nets

The Boston Celtics got back into the win column Sunday night, defeating the Brooklyn Nets, 103-92, at TD Garden. The Celtics improved to 19-5 on the year, while the Nets dropped to 13-12. full box score here. ONE BIG TAKEAWAY. It doesn’t seem as though the Celtics can ever truly...
BOSTON, MA
fox5atlanta.com

Man shot, killed near Georgia State University campus

ATLANTA - Atlanta police have confirmed a shooting that killed a man late near Georgia State University Sunday afternoon. Around 4:18 p.m., officers were dispatched to the 100 block of Piedmont Avenue in northeast Georgia on a ‘shots fired’ call. When they got there, they discovered a man...
Detroit News

Amid latest NFL buzz, Michigan's Jim Harbaugh vows to be back in 2023

Tis the season for window scrapers, ugly Christmas sweaters and Jim Harbaugh-to-the-NFL rumors. Harbaugh, who once upon a time led the San Francisco 49ers to a Super Bowl before heading to Michigan for his dream job coaching his alma mater, once again is squarely in the NFL rumor mills following an NFL Network report Sunday by Ian Rappaport and Tom Pelissero that said Harbaugh continues to be a source for vetting, with many in the league saying he'd jump back in for the right opportunity. The reporters said multiple franchises are doing "background" work on Harbaugh.
ANN ARBOR, MI