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Senior Israeli officials voiced concern Thursday over the tougher stance that the International Court of Justice may take in its ruling, to be announced Friday afternoon, against Israel's military offensive in Gaza.

The main concern in Israel is that the court – which a few months ago compelled Israel to increase humanitarian aid entering Gaza but did not issue an order to stop the war in the Strip – may take a more hardline position this time against Israel, potentially exposing it to international sanctions.

Last week, the top UN court held two days of hearings into a request from South Africa to make sure Israel halts its military operation in the southern Gazan city of Rafah. The ICJ announced on Thursday that it will publish its decision regarding the South African requests on Friday at 4:00 P.M. Israel standard time.

South Africa requested that the court order a cessation of the war, citing Israel's alleged indiscriminate killing and lack of distinction of Palestinians in Gaza, leading to a humanitarian crisis and famine in the area.

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Every day there's a new article trying to shame workers for existing.

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On Tuesday, voters in Crook County passed measure 7-86, which asked voters if they support negotiations to move the Oregon/Idaho border to include Crook County in Idaho.  The measure is passing with 53% of the vote, and makes Crook County the 13th county in eastern Oregon to pass a Greater Idaho measure.

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American Airlines has distanced itself from a court filing in which the carrier said a 9-year-old girl should have noticed there was a camera taped to the seat of an airplane lavatory.

former flight attendant is accused of luring girls to use the lavatory after taping his iPhone to the toilet seat. The 9-year-old’s family flew from Texas to California on American last year and sued the airline after the FBI told them that videos of the girl were found on the flight attendant’s phone.

In response to the lawsuit, American said in a court document that it would dispute the family’s claim by showing that any injuries the 9-year-old girl suffered were caused by the girl’s “own fault and negligence, were proximately caused by (her) use of the compromised lavatory, which she knew or should have known contained a visible and illuminated recording device.”

An American spokesperson said Thursday that outside lawyers working for the company “made an error in this filing.”

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