Palestinian students march over farmland in a display of their military skills at Al-Rebat College for Law and Police Science in Khan Younis, Gaza Strip, Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2016. (AP Photo/Adel Hana)
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The European Union's top court took a step Thursday toward confirming the removal of Hamas and the Tamil Tigers from an EU terrorism blacklist, despite protestations from Israel and the Sri Lankan government.An advocate general at the European Court of Justice, whose advice is usually followed by judges, recommended that they reject an appeal by the Council of EU member states against the lower General Court's decisions in late 2014 to remove both movements from the sanctions list due to flawed procedures. The Sri Lankan government had said in 2014 that it would provide the evidence which the court found lacking to support sanctions against the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam.
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