Israeli security forces forcefully evacuated extreme settlers who were barricaded in the illegal buildings early in the morning of July 28, 2015 after the Israeli Supreme Court ruled that the twenty-four housing units must be demolished because they are built on private Palestinian land.
The White House is not only for the President. As excited as people are to learn about presidential candidates, they are usually just as excited to learn about their wives and husbands who may be filling the position of First Lady, or perhaps in this election, First Man. Here are some of the spouses of hopeful 2016 presidential candidates.
Players of the United States Women's Soccer team ride up the parade route when Mayor Bill de Blasio hosts a Canyon of Heroines Ticker-Tape Parade and Celebration in honor of the U.S. Women's Soccer Team following their victory in the FIFA World Championship in New York City on July 10, 2015.
Border police guard Palestinian Moslems waiting next to the Israeli separation wall at the Qalandia Checkpoint, West Bank, on their way to pray at the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem on the final Friday of Ramadan, July 10, 2015.
A year after the Gaza War, the residents of Israel's southern communities near the Gaza border have become accustomed to living with concrete walls and bomb shelters to protect against rockets and mortars fired from Hamas ruled Gaza.
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