World Harvest, February, 17 , 2017

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USA:
Thousands of protestors have staged protests to rally against President Donald Trump’s immigration order, asking businesses to close on Thursday as a way to show the country how important they are to America’s economy and way of life.

– US President Donald Trump has accused Iran of supporting terrorism, describing Tehran’s nuclear deal with world powers as the “worst agreement.”
“We have imposed new sanctions on the nation of Iran who’s totally taken advantage of our previous administration,” Trump said Thursday during a press conference at the White House.

– Nikki Haley, the US ambassador to the United Nations, announced that the United States supports the two-state solution for the Palestinians and the Zionists, trying to reach a peace deal between the two sides.

– A Justice Department court declared that US President Donald Trump will revise his executive order banning travel from seven mainly Muslim countries from entrain USA but did not give details.

Iran:
Iran has expressed its willingness with the two Gulf countries to strengthen mutual friendliness as well as cooperation following President Hassan Rouhani’s visit to Oman and Kuwait.

NATO:
NATO’s Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg has declared, after a ministerial meeting of the military bloc at its headquarters in Brussels, the new plans to boost its naval presence in the Black Sea, in a move to outrage Russia.

Yemen:
The United Nations as well as Yemeni officials have condemned a Saudi strike that targeted a funeral ceremony near capital Sana’a, causing the death of nine women and a child.

Russia:
Russian President Vladimir Putin has declared that the US-led North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) is attempting to drive Moscow into a military confrontation following the NATO’s announcement to beef up its naval presence in the Black Sea, aiming at outraging Russia.

Russia/ Algeria:
Russian senator Ziyad Sabsabi  hailed Algeria’s wise and sober position regarding the conflict in Syria, which is currently at an advanced stage in the settlement process.
Sabsabi expressed his gratitude to Algeria and the Algerian people for their wise and sober position regarding the Syrian issue, welcoming its ideology in terms of resolving conflicts, which is based on promoting dialogue as well as political resolution and rejecting military interference.

Palestine:
Two Palestinian asra (prisoners) have gone on hunger strike at Zionist jails in the occupied territories to protest against the Zionist regime’s practice of administrative detention.

Malaysia:
Malaysia has ruled down a request by North Korea for Kim’s body, believed to be the North Korean leader’s half-brother, recently killed in Kuala Lumpur.

Pakistan:
Pakistan police have killed dozens of terrorists and arrested many suspects as part of a large scale combing operations following a deadly bomb attack.
Weapons and hand-grenades were also recovered in the Reggi area of the city of Peshawar.

Western Sahara:
The Security Council will hold a behind closed doors meeting on 22 February on the latest developments in the situation in Western Sahara.
During the meeting, the department of peacekeeping operations will assess the situation in occupied Western Sahara.
Syria:
President Bashar al-Assad has accused France of supporting terrorist groups operating against the Syrian government and people is Syria.

Algeria/ Lebanon:
Algerian Ambassador to Lebanon, Ahmad Bou Zayyan, was received by Lebanese Justice Minister, Salim Jreissati, on Friday at his office.
The two officials reviewed bilateral relations, based on fraternity and mutual respect, as well as means to give a boost to bilateral cooperation in all fields, mainly in the field of justice.

Maghreb Union:
President of the Republic, Abdelaziz Bouteflika, has sent congratulations to the leaders of the Arab Maghreb Union countries on the occasion of the 28th anniversary of the foundation of the Union, expressing his best regards and warmest congratulations.

President Bouteflika has adressed the King of Morocco Mohammed VI and President of Tunisia, Beji Gaid Essebsi and Mauritanian President Mohamed Ould Abdel Alazizurias  as well as the Libyan  Government of National Reconciliation, Fayez Al Serraj.

Turkey:
Turkey has claimed that it is about to liberate the northern Syrian city of al-Bab in Raqqah Province from ISIS.

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