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UN urges Indonesia to free jailed Jakarta governor
The United Nations pressed Indonesia on Monday to release Jakarta's jailed Christian governor and repeal blasphemy laws which they say undermine religious freedom in the Muslim-majority nation. The call came as the family of Basuki Tjahaja Purnama, known as Ahok, unexpectedly withdrew an appeal against his conviction and two-year jail term for blasphemy, which had been submitted by his lawyers just hours earlier. A group of UN human rights experts urged Indonesia to free the 50-year-old and repeal the blasphemy laws, which critics say have been repeatedly used to target religious minorities in recent years.
Donald Trump becomes first sitting US president to visit Western Wall
Donald Trump made by history by becoming the first sitting US president to visit the sacred Western Wall, vowing to try and secure peace between Israel and the Palestinians. ?I thank the prime minister for his commitment to pursuing the peace process,? Mr Trump said of Mr Netanyahu, who stood next to him at a joint press conference in Jerusalem. For his part, Mr Netanyahu brushed aside the controversy over Mr Trump?s alleged leaking of sensitive intelligence material from Israel to the Russian foreign minister.
Massive slide covers stretch of iconic California highway
BIG SUR, Calif. (AP) ? A massive new landslide along California's iconic coastal Highway 1 has buried the road under a 40-foot layer of rock and dirt, the latest hit in winter of crippling slides and flooding.
UAE minister sees chance for Iran to reset 'troubled' ties with neighbors
A senior United Arab Emirates official said on Sunday the re-election of moderate Iranian President Hassan Rouhani could be a chance for Tehran to reset "its troubled relations" with its neighbors. Relations between Gulf Arab states, including the UAE, have been strained over fears that Tehran was interfering in their affairs, including in Syria and Yemen, fomenting unrest and sectarian tensions. Tehran denies these allegations.