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Israeli parliament gives preliminary OK to settlement bill

Israeli parliament gives preliminary OK to settlement bill

He said Israel already has laws pertaining to noise pollution, and the objective of this particular bill was only to label mosques as problematic, the Jerusalem Post reported . Despite outward condemnation, the United States continues to reward this deliberate flouting of worldwide law through military aid. The US already grants Israel more than $3bn per year in defence aid.



Japan PM in NY for 1st meeting by foreign leader with Trump

Abe said he believed that he can develop a relationship built on trust with Trump. Trump, in a brief entry on his Facebook page accompanied by a photo of the two men, said, " It was a pleasure to have Prime Minister Shinzo Abe stop by my home and begin a great friendship ".


Trump selects Alabama's Jeff Sessions for attorney general

Trump selects Alabama's Jeff Sessions for attorney general

Kobach was an adamant Trump supporter throughout his presidential campaign and is now advising the transition team on immigration policies. The choice was applauded by the top Republican in the Senate but drew criticism from civil rights activists.


Azad's Uri remarks creates uproar in RS

Azad's Uri remarks creates uproar in RS

The Leader of Opposition in Rajya Sabha, Ghulam Nabi Azad demanded the presence of PM Modi in the House to continue the proceedings and threatened of not letting the Upper House function. His comments have not only hurt the sentiments of general public but is also a blow to our soldiers who are working day and night for their country, he added.



UK 'Can Do Business' With US President-Elect - Ex-UKIP Leader

Farage said Trump "was relaxed and full of good ideas. Farage campaigned with Trump in the USA and the president-elect repeatedly told supporters he was going to "do a Brexit ". president-elect would take him on as an adviser, as he was not an American citizen, but told Talk Radio: "I will be encouraging him to make the United Kingdom his number one global priority".



US Director Of Intelligence Expresses Threat Concerns Before Resigning

Clapper and the Department of Homeland Security said in October that based on the "scope and sensitivity" of the hacking efforts, only Russia's "senior-most officials" could have authorized the hacking. The Director of U.S. National Intelligence James Clapper said on Thursday that he has tendered his letter of resignation. And the next Director of National Intelligence will be selected by Donald Trump's administration, where key White House appointments either have been filled or are being ...