World Harvest, February, 24 , 2017

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Syria:
More than 40 people have been passed away and dozens injured in a car bomb attack near the Syrian border city of al-Bab.
The attack struck a checkpoint controlled by Turkish-backed militants in the village of Sousian,
In this regard, Reuters said that seven militants were killed in the explosion.

Turkey/ Germany:
Turkey’s government has asked teachers and parents of Turkish origin in Germany to collect information on any criticism of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in German schools.

India/ Zionists:
India has approved a 2.5-billion-dollar deal to purchase a surface-to-air missile system from the Zionist regime.
The government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi approved the budget for its army to buy the Medium Range Surface to Air Defense Missile (MR-SAM) system from Zionist Aerospace Industries.

Bahrain:
Bahraini people have staged protests rallying   across the kingdom in favor of prominent Shia opposition cleric Sheikh Issa Qassim ahead of his trial session.

Syria/ Zionists:
Zionist Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, pointed out that the Tel Aviv regime will never put an end to its occupation of Syria’s Golan Heights.
“I want all of you to come to Israel…. I want you to walk the streets of the Old City in Jerusalem (al-Quds), hike in the Golan Heights. By the way, the Golan will never go back to Syria. It will always be a part of Israel,” Netanyahu said during a meeting with his Australian counterpart Malcolm Turnbull in Sydney.

South Korea:
Two senior executives with South Korea’s Samsung Company have reportedly offered to resign over allegations that the firm has been involved in a high-scale scandal linked to South Korean President Park Geun-hye.

USA:
The  majority of Americans feel embarrassed by the administration of President Donald Trump, a new opinion survey has found.
58% percent use the world “embarrassed” to describe how they feel about Trump’s first month in office, according to a McClatchy-Marist poll released Thursday.
Only 33% said that they are proud of him.
Nearly half of Americans, 49 percent, disapprove his job , while 41% disapprove.
"He is generating benefit to his enterprise," said Matt Boyer, a think tank researcher from North Carolina. "The rest of the executive branch can’t participate in this behavior."

Tunisia:
An Algerian terrorist was killed a few days ago by the Tunisian army, near the borders with Algeria, Al-Qaeda terrorist group in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) announced.
AQMI announced, in a statement, the death of one of its supporters, named Abou Siham Khalid Al-Jazaïri, who was born in Jijel in 1980 and joined the Islamic Armed Group (GIA) in 1995 when he was only 15 years old.
Later, he moved to Tunisia last year after he joined the troops of the Okba Ibn Nafaa battalion, which is  active on the Tunisian territory, extending to the Algerian borders.

UN:
Six countries such as Libya, Sudan, Venezuela, Papua New Guinea, Vanuatu and head Cape verde, have lost the  right to vote in the United Nations General Assembly for non-payment of the annual financial receivables mandatory.
Papua New Guinea needs to pay at least 139.000 dollars for the United Nations to restore the voting rights, while the poor state of Vanuatu in the Pacific owes 19000 dollars to United Nation.

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