The Jewish actor, born Jerome Silberman and known for his roles in an array of classic films, succumbed to complications from Alzheimer’s disease.
According to reports, the casino magnate's Las Vegas paper is vetting reports about the controversial project and questioning political candidates about their support.
Outside observers caution against expecting too much in Clinton's ability to turn this conflict around, saying that any future action is too little, too late.
The museum, which is under development, does not yet have a permanent exhibition, but announced it would donate its proceeds from visitors to its temporary exhibit on the Torah.
The Islamic Republic carries out more executions per capita than any other country. Nearly 1,000 prisoner were put to death in 2015, most of them for drug trafficking.
The resettlement program has emerged as an issue in the presidential campaign, with Trump alleging displaced Syrians pose a potential security threat.
Three Canadians charged with importing a commercial quantity of cocaine, for which the maximum penalty is life imprisonment.
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