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but not the bitterness. But I am not interested in contesting the next civic elections though I will continue to work for the party for as long as I can,S. Trump alleged that Hillary was the one who lied to the Congress and the FBI and engaged in a corrupt pay for play scheme at the State Department. (Source: Reuters) Related News Philippine lawmakers have moved to cut the budget of the nation’s human rights commission to $20 and impeach the Supreme Court chief justice in what critics on Wednesday labelled part of a slide towards dictatorship under President Rodrigo Duterte.The twin votes in the House of Representatives added to a growing climate of fear that Duterte is determined to silence anyone critical of his war on drugs which has claimed thousands of lives and led rights groups to warn of a crime against humanity Duterte directly drew a link between Tuesday night’s vote to cut the Commission on Human Rights’ annual budget from 678 million pesos ($13 million) to 1000 pesos and its investigations of the drug war killings and related criticism by its chairman “He had it coming” Duterte told reporters late Tuesday referring to commission chairman Jose Gascon “They only gave him 1000 pesos (about $20) because Congress is angry” The commission is one of several independent government bodies set up by the constitution to check the power of the executive branch which controls the country’s police and military forces The Supreme Court is meant to be another safeguard Duterte’s allies in the lower house’s justice committee on Wednesday also voted to impeach its chief justice after determining corruption allegations against her had substance The chief justice Maria Lourdes Sereno has been another critic of the drug war She wrote Duterte a letter last year expressing concern over him publicly naming seven judges as being involved in the drug trade warning it made them vulnerable to being killed Duterte responded by threatening to declare martial law if Sereno continued to interfere in his drug war Should the entire house endorse the justice committee’s findings against Sereno the Senate would convene as an impeachment court The Senate still has to review and endorse the vote to slash the rights commission’s budget The Senate is also dominated by Duterte allies but it has proved more independent than the lower house and it could still over-rule the moves against the rights commission and Sereno Nevertheless critics warned of authoritarian rule under Duterte — a self-described socialist who has repeatedly praised late Filipino dictator Ferdinand Marcos and Russian President Vladimir Putin “This leads us on a direct path to dictatorship” Senator Francis Pangilinan leader of the Liberal Party the country’s main opposition group said in response to Tuesday’s vote Teodoro Casino a former House member representing the left wing Bayan Muna party expressed similar sentiments when commenting on the move against Sereno For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWritten by Shaju Philip | Thiruvanananthapuram | Published: June 27 2010 3:39 am Related News Blasting the division bench of the Kerala High Court for banning public meetings on roadsidesCPI (M) state committee member M V Jayarajan on Saturday called the judges ‘idiots’ He said that by hitting the roads across the state On Saturdaythe people of Kerala have proved their scant regard for the court order Jayarajana former state legislatorsaid that if these judges who banned the meetings were left with any self respectthey should quit the office Instead of interpreting the intention of the Legislative Assemblysome idiots have been making regulationswhich were against public interest This is not suitable for a democratic nation” said the CPI (M) leader For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Associated Press | Jerusalem | Updated: November 19 2014 4:02 pm Israel vowed harsh retaliation Tuesday for a Palestinian attack that killed five people Related News Israel vowed harsh retaliation Tuesday for a Palestinian attack that killed five people and left blood-smeared prayer books and shawls on the floor of a synagogue in Jerusalem – an assault that sharply escalated already-high tensions after weeks of religious violence The attack during morning prayers in the west Jerusalem neighborhood of Har Nof was carried out by two Palestinian cousins wielding meat cleavers knives and a handgun They were shot to death by police after the deadliest assault in the holy city since 2008 Four of the dead were rabbis and one was a police officer who died of his wounds hours after the attack Three of the rabbis were born in the United States and the fourth was born in England although all held dual Israeli citizenship Five others were wounded Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas condemned the attack the first time he has done so in the wave of deadly violence against Israelis But he also called for an end to Israeli “provocations” surrounding Jerusalem’s shrines that are sacred to both Muslims and Jews President Barack Obama called the attack “horrific” and without justification urging cooperation from both sides to ease tensions and adding that too many Israelis and Palestinians have died in recent months Tuesday’s attack however appeared to mark a turning point with the gruesome scene in a house of worship shocking a nation long accustomed to violence The government released a photo of a meat cleaver it said came from the crime scene Government video showed blood-soaked prayer books and prayer shawls in the synagogue A pair of glasses lay under a table and thick streaks of blood smeared the floor “I saw people lying on the floor blood everywhere” said Yosef Posternak who was at the synagogue in the quiet neighborhood that has a large community of English-speaking immigrants “People were trying to fight with (the attackers) but they didn’t have much of a chance” Posternak told Israel Radio In one of Israel’s first acts of retaliation Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ordered the demolitions of the homes of the attackers But halting further violence could prove to be a tough challenge as police confront a new threat: Lightly armed assailants from annexed east Jerusalem who hold residency rights that allow them to move freely throughout the country Netanyahu condemned the deaths of the “innocent and pure Jews” In a nationally televised address he accused Abbas of inciting the recent violence and said the Palestinian leader’s condemnation of the attack was insufficient Hamas the militant Palestinian group that runs the Gaza Strip praised the attack In Gaza dozens celebrated in the streets with some offering trays full of candy The US-born victims were identified as Moshe Twersky 59 Aryeh Kupinsky 43 and Kalman Levine 55 The Israeli Foreign Ministry said the British man was Avraham Goldberg 68 who immigrated to Israel in 1993 It described the four as “rabbis” an honorific title in the ultra-Orthodox world given to men who are considered pious and learned Twersky a native of Boston was the head of the Toras Moshe Yeshiva a seminary for English-speaking students He was the son of Rabbi Isador Twersky founder of Harvard University’s Center for Jewish Studies and a grandson Rabbi Joseph B Soloveitchik a luminary in the world of modern Orthodox Jewry Thousands of people attended a joint funeral for Kupinsky Levine and Goldberg before sundown- held outside the synagogue where they were killed In recent weeks Jerusalem has seen its worst sustained bout of violence since a Palestinian uprising a decade ago Palestinian assailants have carried out a pair of deadly attacks by ramming their cars into crowded train stations while a gunman shot and seriously wounded a Jewish activist who has campaigned for greater access to the holy site The hilltop compound in Jerusalem’s Old City has been at the heart of the tensions It is revered by Jews as the Temple Mount the site of the ancient Hebrew temples For Muslims it is the Noble Sanctuary home to the Al-Aqsa Mosque and the iconic gold-topped Dome of the Rock Under a longstanding arrangement Jews are permitted to visit but not to pray A growing number of visits by Jewish worshippers many who seek the right to pray there has drawn Muslim accusations that Israel is secretly trying to take over the site and sparked violent clashes between young Palestinians and Israeli police Netanyahu has repeatedly said he will not change that arrangement but the violence has spread beyond Jerusalem with deadly stabbings in Tel Aviv and the West Bank last week while the fatal shooting of a young Arab protester in northern Israel by police – apparently as he was walking away from an officer – has added to the tensions Late Tuesday several hundred Jewish youths marched through downtown Jerusalem blocking traffic and chanting “Death to Arabs” Police reported at least 10 arrests Police identified the synagogue attackers as Ghassan and Oday Abu Jamal cousins from the Jabal Mukaber neighborhood in east Jerusalem Police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said the assailants were killed in a shootout with police that left one officer critically wounded He said police were still trying to determine how the men had chosen their target Mohammed Zahaikeh a social activist in Jabal Mukaber said he did not know whether the cousins were politically active He said Ghassan was 27 married with two young children and worked in a clothing store Oday 21 was not married and was an interior decorator He said both men were quiet and residents were surprised by the attack Clashes later broke out outside the assailants’ home where dozens of police officers had converged Residents hurled stones at police who responded with tear gas and stun grenades Residents said 14 members of the Abu Jamal family were arrested The violence has created a special security challenge for Israel Where Palestinian violence has traditionally been carried out by organized militant groups based in the West Bank or Gaza most of the recent attacks have been done by perpetrators from east Jerusalem acting on their own Israel captured east Jerusalem in the 1967 Mideast war and later annexed the area while the Palestinians claim it as their capital Although the annexation is not internationally recognized the more than 200000 Arab residents of east Jerusalem have Israeli residency rights that allow them to move freely throughout the country In contrast West Bank residents and Gazans need Israeli permission to enter “There is no solution in the world of intelligence to the problem of a lone wolf who decides in the morning to launch an attack in the afternoon” said Cabinet Minister Yaakov Peri a former director of the Shin Bet internal security agency He said the “only solution is very strong deterrence” such as swiftly demolishing the homes of attackers Netanyahu has vowed to revive the policy of home demolitions which Israel halted in 2005 after determining it wasn’t an effective deterrent Israeli officials have reversed their opinion and Netanyahu has ordered stepped-up demolitions The Israeli leader flew to Jordan last week for talks with King Abdullah II who holds custodial rights over the Jerusalem mosque compound The two men agreed to take steps to lower tensions at the holy site But on Monday rumors spread that a Palestinian bus driver had been killed by Jewish assailants Although forensics experts ruled the death a suicide Palestinian youths clashed with Israeli police Israeli media reported Tuesday that Yoram Cohen the current Shin Bet head told lawmakers in a closed meeting that Abbas was not interested in inciting Palestinians to use violence against Israelis Cohen tied his assertion to his belief that widespread Palestinian violence against Israelis would undermine Abbas’s political standing the reports said The attack was the deadliest in Jerusalem since a Palestinian assailant killed eight students at a Jewish seminary in March 2008 For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Associated Press | Seattle | Published: April 25 2015 8:27 am Customers found some stores closed and others offering free coffee In Phoenix some stores blocked off the entrance to their drive-thrus Related News A computer outage affecting sales registers disrupted sales Friday at 8000 company-operated Starbucks stores in the United States and Canada The outage affected 7000 US stores and 1000 in Canada company spokesman Jim Olson said Friday evening Customers found some stores closed and others offering free coffee In Phoenix some stores blocked off the entrance to their drive-thrus Share This Article Related Article “We apologize to our customers for any inconvenience or confusion” the company said in a statement Starbucks said it was working to resolve the outage The exact nature of the problem wasn’t immediately made clear At a Starbucks store in Seattle’s South Lake Union neighborhood customers were told staff members couldn’t process orders They were however being offered coffee at no charge “I’m not going to complain about a free cup of coffee” said Suveer Sharma who was getting a caffeine fix before he headed on a weekend trip to Idaho At a Starbucks in Phoenix customers drove away angrily after seeing closed signs “I have a sleeping baby in the back and I’m waiting for a prescription” said Claudia Larson 40 of Scottsdale “I wanted a coffee I’m bummed” The outage hit the East Coast in the evening and the West Coast in the late afternoon Starbucks is busiest in the mornings but has been trying to attract more customers later in the day The company said the outage also affected its Evolution Fresh and Teavana stores For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: AFP | Manila | Published: September 13” Dunst said. says all participating couples are “authentic”. 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