William Booth

London Bureau Chief for the Washington Post

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Jerusalem bureau chief, and former Mexico correspondent, for the Washington Post

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Virginia Roberts Giuffre recently told the BBC that in 2001 when she was 17 years old, Jeffrey Epstein forced her to have sex with Prince Andrew of England on three separate occasions…

Prince Andrew accused of being part of Jeffrey Epstein’s sex trafficking ring

Virginia Roberts Giuffre recently told the BBC that in 2001 when she was 17 years old, Jeffrey Epstein forced her to have sex with Prince Andrew of England on three separate occasions…

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Hundreds of Israeli troops are on the streets of Jerusalem and in the West Bank as stabbing assaults continued today, including one on security forces.

New Palestinian Attacks Shake Jerusalem

Hundreds of Israeli troops are on the streets of Jerusalem and in the West Bank as stabbing assaults continued today, including one on security forces.

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When the latest ceasefire came to an end this morning, rockets were fired into Israel from Gaza. Israel struck back, killing a 10-year old boy and wounding some other children.

Conflict Resumes in Gaza

When the latest ceasefire came to an end this morning, rockets were fired into Israel from Gaza. Israel struck back, killing a 10-year old boy and wounding some other children.

from To the Point

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