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UN Security Council to vote on resolution concerning Palestine
Egypt has prepared a draft to the UN Security Council. This draft resolution would demand Israel “immediately and completely cease all settlement activities in the occupied Palestinian territory, including East Jerusalem”. The document, prepared by the Palestinians, demands to recognize the Israeli buildings, including the neighborhoods of Jerusalem after the 1967 as illegal ones.
Russia gives tanks, aircrafts and machines to Serbia
After the meeting with Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić said that Belgrade would receive substantial military assistance from Russia. Serbia is going to take 6 twin-engine jet fighter aircrafts of the Mikoyan MiG-29, 30 tanks of T-72S and 30 armored reconnaissance patrol vehicles with heavy machine gun (BRDM-2).
At the same time it is not known whether Serbia takes already upgraded equipment or it is updated already in the place.
Through the African Prism: The Genesis
Aaron D. Chiroma
I brainstormed over the days and weeks prior to writing the first word of what would become this article today, I was confronted with a steady flow of information overload, and as I navigate through them in an attempt to make sense
The Casey Review
About week ago the long report into ‘integration into British Society’ was published by Dame Louise Casey.
Japan: a difficult path to its roots
The ceremony for the handover of 4 hectares of land in Okinawa is going to be held today by the US military under the jurisdiction of the Japanese authorities. This will be the largest return of land since 1972.
Paul Craig Roberts – Diametrically opposed goals of Russia and the U.S. in Syria
In Syria, the goals of the United States and the goals of Russia are diametrically opposed.
The United States is not in Syria in order to combat ISIS, because ISIS is a tool used by Obama’s administration to overthrow Bashar Al-Assad.
Therefore, the Russians have blocked the use of the tool for that purpose and this has made the situation in Syria a confrontation between the Russians and the United States.
Philippines proposes China to hold joint management
Duterte spokesman Ernesto Abella said that Rodrigo Duterte was considering various options for resolving territorial disputes with Beijing, but none of them provided for the rejection of its waters.
Earlier Rodrigo Duterte was considered the cancellation of the decision of the International Tribunal, according to which most of the disputed territories in the South China Sea (the West Philippine Sea) belongs to the Philippines.
Trump appoints Kellyanne Conway as presidential counselor
Kellyanne Conway, an American Republican campaign manager and strategist, who earlier served as President-elect Donald Trump’s campaign manager and was a key adviser to his transition team, is going to serve as counselor in the incoming administration.
In addition, Trump said that Kellyanne Conway “played a crucial role in my victory. She is a tireless and tenacious advocate of my agenda and has amazing insights on how to effectively communicate our message”.
General Auditor of NATO found dead
Yves Shandelon, the General Auditor of NATO, who dealing with issues related to countering the financing terrorism, was found dead in the Andenne town, Belgium. He told his friends about some “strange calls”.
The investigation is going on. Moreover, Shandelon’s family denies the possibility of his suicide.
Trump’s new appointment: anti-Chinese policy
Donald Trump has chosen Peter Navarro to lead a new presidential office for US trade and industrial policy.
This appointment, which has became a surprise even to many Trump’s supporters, highlights anti-Chinese course of the President-elect and moderately pro-Russian. Some analysts confirm that the new US administration is going to follow “Kissinger’s course”, involving the creation of a coalition with one of the three world superpowers to weaken ties among them – Russia and China in the present conditions.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani pays visit to Kazakhstan
After his visit to Armenia, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani arrived in Kazakhstan. He is going to hold talks with his counterpart, Kazakhstan’s President Nursultan Nazarbayev, who is the mediator in the Iranian nuclear agreement. They are planning to sign several agreements.
Meanwhile, a large-scale anti-terrorist operation has begun in Kazakhstan, during which searches of four regions and Almaty are carried out. At the moment, 16 people were arrested. They were accused of inciting religious hatred. They confess takfiri and Islamism.