A Colombian baby came back from the dead more than 10 hours after being sent to the morgue.
The tiny tot - now-named Milagros (which means "miracles") -- was
born prematurely in Quibdo in the Pacific state of Choco in the early hours of Wednesday morning.
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Israeli Economy Minister, Naftali Bennett, was interviewed by CNN's Christiane Amanpour. At the 7' 38" mark of the video, an interesting exchange ensues.
I wonder whether you think it was wise of your colleague the Housing Minister to announce this massive new building in the occupied West Bank - even the Prime Minister didn't know about it and was pretty angry about it.
Well, first of all, Christiane, you talk about occupied - I just want to point out one thing.
No, no, let me just ask the question - please
But, but since you say the term occupied, I have to point out - I'm holding a coin here
It's an international term
from Jerusalem in Hebrew
It's an international term, Mr. Bennett
I know, and I don't accept it. This coin, which says in Hebrew "freedom of Zion" was used by Jews 2000 years ago in the state of Israel in what you call occupied. One cannot occupy his own home.
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