World Harvest, February, 11 , 2017

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KSA:
The US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has honored Saudi Crown Prince, Mohammed bin Nayef, with its prestigious “George Tenet Medal” for his intelligence efforts exerted to fight terrorism.

Iran:
Iranian national football team was ranked by the  Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) rankings 32 in the world, maintaining its position as the best Asian squad.

Iran’s president, Hassan Rouhani,  held a telephone conversation with Pakistani Prime Minister, Nawaz Sharif, whose country will be hosting the 13th Meeting of the ECO, in which he hoped that the forthcoming meeting of the Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO) will give a boost to promote constructive and effective relations and cooperation among the body’s member countries.

Syria:
The Syrian army has foiled an attempt by Daesh to establish a foothold in the northwestern province of Latakia, killing a huge number of terrorists.
The official Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) reported that the Syrian Army has pushed terrorists back in Latakia.

USA/ Japan:

US President, Donald Trump, has expressed to Japanese Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe in a joint conference at the white House , that Washington’ commitment and determination to  support the eastern Asian ally against any probable aggression from China and North Korea.

Romania:
Thousands of Romanians have continued their anti-government protests rallying against President, Klaus Iohannis, calling for his ouster.

Egypt/ Zionist Entity:
Egyptian opposition TV channel, Mekameleen, broadcasted a leaked phone, between Egyptian Foreign Minister, Sameh Shoukry and Yitzhak Molcho, a close adviser to Zionist Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu , which revealed that Egypt is seeking help from the Zionist Entity ahead of signing a deal with Saudi Arabia on handing over two of its strategic Red Sea islands to the Arab kingdom.
Palestine / USA:

The United States has blocked the appointment of former Palestinian Prime Minister, Salam Fayyad, from leading UN mission in Libya.

Algeria/ Iran:
The Iranian ambassador to Algeria, Reda Ameri,  underlined, on the eve of the forthcoming visit of the Iranian president, Hassan Rouhani, to Algeria, that the Algerian- Iranian trade cooperation is progressing in a very fast pace, highlighting the two countries’ willingness to sign new deals in different strategic fields.

Kuwait/ Iraq:
Kuwait has deployed four units of military forces to its border with Iraq amid tensions.
Kuwaiti security sources announced that this move aims at supporting border troops.

India:
Voters have taken to the polls in the northern Indian state of Uttar Pradesh to decide on the Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s popularity.

Philippine:
Earth trembled, on Friday afternoon, as a 6.5 magnitude earthquake has struck the southern Philippines, in the city of Surigao, the capital of Surigao Del Norte province, killing at least 15 people and injuring some 126 others.

Iraq:
Iraqi security forces clashed with the supporters of cleric Muqtada al-Sadr, staging a protest in the Iraqi capital, Baghdad.

The most wanted French terrorist, Rachid Kassim, was targeted by the airstrikes of the coalition, staged against the terrorist group, the so called Islamic state.

According to several French media, the terrorist leader may have been perished during the bombing, information has not been confirmed by the Pentagon.

Angola:
At least 17 people have been killed and hundreds injured when supporters stormed the gates after failing to enter at a football stadium in the northern Angolan city of Uige.

Brazil:
Police in Brazil reached an accord to return to work after a week-long strike.

Mexico/ USA:
The Mexican foreign ministry has warned, in a statement, Mexican citizens in the USA to take precautions and to be vigilant following the deportation of a Mexican woman called Guadalupe Garcia de Rayos, who had lived in the US for more than 20 years.

USA:
A former US National Guard soldier has been sentenced to 11 years in prison for plotting to aid the Islamic State group.
Mohamed Jalloh, 27, a naturalised US citizen, provided material support to ISIS.

A freight train has derailed near Elk Grove in Sacramento County, sending 22 train cars into the Cosumnes River near Highway 99, according to the Cosumnes Fire Department.

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