Myanmar floods: President declares state of emergency

Myanmar flooding 1 August 2015

A journalist with the Democratic Voice of Burma did a live news report while standing in chest high flood waters.

Myanmar’s president has declared a state of emergency in four regions after heavy floods left 27 people dead

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Jerusalem gay pride stabber found fit to stand trial

Yishai Schlissel, who stabbed six people at the annual Jerusalem pride parade July 30, 2015, is seen at the Jerusalem Magistrates' Court on July 31. (Yonatan Sindel/Flash90)

Yishai Schlissel, who stabbed six people at the annual Jerusalem pride parade July 30, 2015, is seen at the Jerusalem Magistrates’ Court on July 31. (Yonatan Sindel/Flash90)

Court extends Yishai Schlissel’s remand by 12 days; he refuses legal counsel

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PM condemns ‘horrific, heinous terror attack’ on Palestinians

Israeli security forces seen at a house in the Palestinian village of Duma, near Nablus, where a Palestinian infant was killed July 31, 2015, in an arson attack, apparently by Jewish extremists. Two homes in Duma, were set on fire, and the Hebrew words “revenge” and “long live king messiah” were spray-painted on their walls, alongside a Star of David. (Photo by FLASH90)

Israeli security forces seen at a house in the Palestinian village of Duma, near Nablus, where a Palestinian infant was killed July 31, 2015, in an arson attack, apparently by Jewish extremists. Two homes in Duma, were set on fire, and the Hebrew words “revenge” and “long live king messiah” were spray-painted on their walls, alongside a Star of David. (Photo by FLASH90)

Army beefing up West Bank presence in fear of riots after baby burned to death, apparently by Jewish terrorists; politicians denounce attack; Lapid: We’re at war with an enemy within

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