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Violent protests break out in Bethlehem as Hamas calls for an uprising and Turkey warns Trump has 'pulled the pin on a bomb'

On the 76th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, shocking colorized photographs show the horror of the missile assault that claimed more than 2,400 lives and pulled the US into the Second World War

On the 76th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor, shocking colorized photographs show the horror of the missile assault that claimed more than 2,400 lives and pulled the US into the Second World War

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5155311/Full-horror-Pearl-Harbor-brought-life-color.html

Imperial Japan launched surprise attack on US Navy base on Hawaii on the morning of December 7, 1941

In just 90 minutes, more than 2,400 American personnel were killed and 17 ships were damaged or lost

While attack proved an initial success, it brought the US into the Second World War and led to Japan's defeat

Admiral Hara Tadaichi said: 'We won a great tactical victory at Pearl Harbor, and thereby lost the war'





Violent protests break out in Bethlehem as Hamas calls for an uprising and Turkey warns Trump has 'pulled the pin on a bomb' after the US president recognises Jerusalem as Israel's capital

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5154805/Erdogan-Trump-throwing-Middle-East-ring-fire.html

Violent protests have broken out in Bethlehem today after US President Donald Trump enraged the Middle East by recognising Jerusalem as Israel's capital.

Palestinians torched debris and hurled rocks towards Israeli troops who fired tear gas and water cannons to disperse a demonstration in the biblical town.

Medics said 17 people have been injured by Israeli army gunfire during clashes in the occupied West Bank and the Gaza Strip with rallies underway in the cities of Nablus, Jenin and Ramallah. In Hebron and Al-Bireh, thousands of demonstrators marched with chants of 'Jerusalem is the capital of the State of Palestine', witnesses said.

It comes after Trump sparked fury with his White House announcement yesterday, which changed decades of American policy and sparked warnings from Hamas of a new intifada, or uprising, against Israel.

Amid growing fears of fresh bloodshed in the region, the Islamist group said the President had 'opened the gates of hell' with his 'flagrant aggression' while a pro-Hezbollah newspaper in Lebanon has declared 'Death to America' on a front page showing a burning US flag.

This morning, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan accused Trump of throwing the Middle East into a 'ring of fire' and compared him to a 'blender' stirring up trouble in the area. The Country's Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said the US 'has pulled the pin on a bomb ready to blow in the region.'

Russia said today that it viewed Trump's move with 'serious concern' and will criticise the new stance at the UN Security Council. Britain's Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson described the new stance as 'not helpful' while France rejected the 'unilateral' decision and Germany said Jerusalem's status could only be resolved on the basis of a two-state solution.

But Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Trump had 'bound himself forever' to the history of Jerusalem with his announcement and claimed other states are now considering following the U.S. lead.

US President Donald Trump sparked fury across the Middle East by recognising Jerusalem as Israel's capital

Palestinian protesters seen hurling rocks while Israeli troops fired teared gas to disperse crowds in Bethlehem

Pro-Hezbollah newspaper al-Akhbar carried front page saying 'Death to America' along with a burning US flag

Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said America had 'pulled the pin on a bomb ready to blow in the region'

Hamas called for 'days of rage' and a new 'intifada' uprising after saying Trump had 'opened the gates of hell'

Israeli military are to deploy extra troops to the West Bank with mass Palestinian protests expected on Friday

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu claims other states are now considering following America's lead

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