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Plans by leading Italian banks to raise billions of euros from investors to boost their financial strength have been damaged by the outcome of Sunday's referendum, a leading ratings agency said on Tuesday as it downgraded its outlook for the sector. Fitch - which said it had a negative outlook on the Italian banking industry for 2017 - said profitability in the sector was already frail before the referendum result that sparked political chaos and forced the resignation of the prime minister, Matteo Renzi.
Iran has shipped 11 tonnes of heavy water abroad to bring its stock back under a limit set by its landmark nuclear deal with major powers, according to a diplomat citing a confidential U.N. nuclear watchdog report.
Michigan's presidential recount expanded to several new counties on Tuesday, including its largest one that includes Detroit. Meanwhile, the fate of a statewide recount push in Pennsylvania must wait at least until Friday, when a federal judge has scheduled a hearing on it.
North Carolina Republican Rep. Richard Hudson introduced a similar bill in February 2015, H.R. 986. Now known as the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2017, the bill, which The Daily Caller obtained exclusively, would allow a person with a concealed carry license from one state to carry a concealed handgun in any other state that permits its resident to concealed carry, as long as the person is not banned from possessing or transporting a firearm under federal law. The bill excludes carrying "a machine gun or destructive device," and the person must follow "the restrictions of that state."
Commenting that social media companies should be responsible for restricting "potentially inflammatory incitements of violence," Thrush questioned why those companies' CEOs haven't already developed a strategy to ban "false and hateful content": "You've got Reddit, you've got Facebook, and you have Twitter. Explain to me why, is there a constitutional right to put potentially inflammatory incitements of violence on these sites? Why aren't Jack Dorsey, the founder of Twitter, and Mark Zuckerberg on Facebook coming up with a more serious strategy for either labeling or banning groups that knowingly push false and hateful contents on their sites?" Naturally, Alex Jones and Infowars.com were specifically referenced in the conversation.
Trump embraced conspiracy theorists like Alex Jones from the start of his campaign. His longtime political consigliere, Roger Stone, is the author of books arguing, among other things, that Lyndon Johnson had President Kennedy murdered. For a certain segment of Trump's supporters, particularly his very vocal internet fans, all conspiracy theories are true until proven otherwise, and the word of some anti-Trump pundit like Erickson would mean little. That brings us to #Pizzagate, the inane allegation that John Podesta and other Clinton allies are part of a child pedophile ring based out of a Washington, D.C. restaurant. It's a belief that inspired a man to arrive at that restaurant with a rifle over the weekend. And it apparently counts among its adherents Michael Flynn, Jr., the son and erstwhile business partner of Trump's incoming national security adviser, Gen. Michael Flynn.
State Department officials are pretending to scratch their heads over the bust of a "fake" U.S. embassy operating in the Ghanaian capital of Accra that was issuing valid U.S. visas to Ghanaians, Togolese, Ivorians, and others for a whopping $6000. After Ghanaian authorities rolled up the fake embassy, said to have been operated by Ghanaian and Turkish organized crime syndicates, State Department officials claimed that the criminals who ran the "embassy" paid off corrupt officials to "look the other way." However, corrupt Ghanaian government officials do not issue valid U.S. visas, U.S. State Department foreign service officers are responsible for the control and issuance of visas.
At least 97 people were killed and dozens were missing or hospitalized after an earthquake struck the northwestern Indonesian province of Aceh early Wednesday morning, officials said.
The first snowfall to hit Illinois this fall was no polite dusting, but a record-breaking event. State Climatologist Jim Angel said Sunday's snowfall total was the heaviest snow accumulation for a fall-winter season's first snow at O'Hare International Airport and likely other sites as well. "It was the greatest first-of-the-season daily total for Chicago at O'Hare Airport," Angel said. "That's the biggest one-day jump to the winter snowfall season."
People in the Republic of Khakassia in southwest Siberia witnessed a large fireball exploding in the sky on Tuesday, which briefly made the evening as bright as the day. Some even managed to catch the event on camera.
Diplomatic efforts similar to the ones that brought about the Iranian nuclear deal are required to resolve the Israel-Palestinian conflict, U.S. President Barack Obama said on Tuesday evening. In his final major national defense speech as president, Obama told troops at MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa, Florida, that "diplomatic efforts, no matter how frustrating or difficult they sometimes appear, are going to be required to resolve the conflicts roiling the in Middle East, from Yemen, to Syria, to Israel and Palestine."
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu moved Tuesday to condemn the political party of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas for elevating jailed political figure Marwan Barghouti to a senior position within its ranks. At the Fatah congress in the West Bank city of Ramallah, held at the weekend for the first time in seven years, the party voted Barghouti into a seat on its decision-making body, the Central Committee.
The World Council of Churches is vehemently protesting Israel's refusal to allow one of its executives to enter the country, charging that officials wrongly accused her of supporting the anti-Israel BDS movement. It is the first time Israel has deported someone on the grounds that the person supported the Israel boycott, according to Israeli officials.
A 13.5 ft tall gold statue of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that was placed at Tel Aviv's Rabin Square early Tuesday morning will be removed, according to News 0404. The Israeli artist who put it there told Channel 2 News that his purpose was "to test the limits of freedom of expression in Israel in 2016." "Is the time ripe yet for placing a gold statue of the leader in the city square?" asked the artist, who wishes to remain anonymous, just in case it isn't, probably. "Some will be repulsed by it, but many will actually be filled with a sense of strength and great pride." The anonymous artist, for whom this is his first political work, said he worked on his statue for about three months. The work is made of wood and polymers and painted gold. "Time will tell whether this was a provocation or prophecy," he added.
More than two million Israelis lack adequate shelter in case of rockets fired from Gaza to the south or from Lebanon or Syria to the north, an official report said Tuesday. State comptroller Yossef Shapira, who is in charge of assessing state policies and the use of public funds, said in the report that Israel had not learned its lesson from the July-August 2014 Gaza war, when Palestinian groups fired thousands of rockets at the Jewish state. The Israeli military believes the Palestinian Islamist movement Hamas, which controls the Gaza Strip, and its allies, still have some of their arsenal and are also working to rearm.
The IDF has neither confirmed nor denied the alleged strikes, as is their policy regarding foreign reports on purported Israeli strikes.
The Syrian army seized control of the whole of Aleppo's Old City overnight on Tuesday, after rebels pulled out of the last areas under their control, sites close to the government reported. The reports were corroborated on Wednesday morning by the British-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, which said that rebels had pulled out of the last remaining districts of Bab al-Hadid and Aqyul. The advance on the ground has been backed up by heavy air strikes on areas of the east still under rebel control. News of the advance came as rebel factions in Aleppo put forward a proposal for a five-day ceasefire, after a day of heavy fighting reportedly killed dozens of civilians - the local White Helmet civil defence group put the number of those killed in various rebel-held districts on Tuesday at 53.
Iraqi Army Sgt. Maj. Hakim Saranbii told The Associated Press on Wednesday the attack "inflicted heavy losses" without providing further details. Iraqi Defense Ministry officials in Bagdad didn't immediately comment.
Promptly after the release of more than 500 documents from the U.S. embassy in Sana'a, Yemen, WikiLeaks explained why this particular leak matters. "The war in Yemen has produced 3.15 million internally displaced persons," a statement said. "Although the United States government has provided most of the bombs and is deeply involved in the conduct of the war itself," the organization argues, western news organizations are failing to do their job by seldom informing the public of America's involvement.
Damaging economic sanctions imposed on Russia over the Ukraine crisis must be kept in place to force Moscow to meet its Minsk ceasefire commitments, NATO head Jens Stoltenberg said Wednesday. "The international community must keep pressure on Russia to respect its obligations, especially (when) the security situation in eastern Ukraine remains so serious," Stoltenberg said after NATO foreign ministers met their Ukrainian counterpart in Brussels. "It's important that the economic sanctions be maintained."