World Harvest, February, 14 , 2017

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USA:

US President Donald Trump’s national security adviser, Michael Flynn, has resigned over allegations of having contact with Russia.

Keith Kellogg, a retired US Army general,’ resignation was officially confirmed by the White House on Monday night.

"I am tendering my resignation, honored to have served our nation and the American people in such a distinguished way," the official wrote. "I know with the strong leadership of President Donald J. Trump and Vice President Mike Pence and the superb team they are assembling, this team will go down in history as one of the greatest presidencies in US history."

– Retired general ‘Keith Kellogg’ has been appointed as acting National Security Advisor, replacing Micheal Flynn, former national security adviser, resigned  Monday night, due to accusation of having communications with the Russian ambassador to the US.

Former CIA Director’ David Petraeus’ and US Navy ‘Admiral Michelle Howard’ are among the names to be as successor of Micheal Flynn.

 

Japan:

Japanese multinational agglomerate Chairman, has resigned after the company’s lateness to publish financial results further to a warning over losses.

Germany/ the Zionist Entity:

German Chancellor Angela Merkel and other top officials have  postponed a planned summit with the Zionist Entity’ officials.

The summit was scheduled for May 10 in Jerusalem al-Quds and now it had been rescheduled to take place next year.

Iran:

France’s auto  giant PSA Group insists on pushing ahead to invest in Iran’s auto industry despite President Donald Trump’ anti- Iran rhetoric.

Zionist Entity:

Zionist  President Reuven Rivlin voiced , in the pro-settlement conference held in East Jerusalem al-Quds on Monday,   his supports to the full annexation of the occupied West Bank, adding that after doing so, all Palestinians living there will be given full Zionist citizenship.   

Zionist Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu,  as well as Public Security Minister, Gilad Erdan,  opposed the establishment of a Palestinian state.

Iraq:

Iraqi Popular Mobilization Units have blocked the escape of around 200 Daesh terrorists to Syria.

– A car bomb has exploded, killing four Iraqi civilians and injuring 14 others in the southwest of the Iraqi capital of Baghdad.

Bahrain:

Thousands of people have staged protests across Bahrain to mark the sixth anniversary of the popular uprising against the ruling regime in the country.

KSA:

Saudi Arabia has deported nearly 40,000 Pakistani migrant workers over the past four months.

Algeria/ France:

The candidate to the French presidential elections, Emmanuel Macron, who in a working visit to Algeria, expressed, on "Tout sur l’Algérie"’  site  his willingness to create a Franco-Algerian channel.

 

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