Mexico’s attorney general has formally requested help from the FBI in an ongoing probe of spying allegations that President Nieto has called “false”.
“We have an alliance between the Mexican government and the Trump administration against the Mexican people… We’re being massacred and spied on systematically in Mexico.”
The movie which was lauded as being a step forward in feminism is facing political backlash because Gal Gadot, the actress who plays Wonder Woman, is an ex-soldier in the Israeli Defence Forces and a strong supporter of Israel.
President Pena Nieto claimed there was no room for “illegal” spying of private citizens, but suggested that the probe would also target the activists and journalists who made the allegations for possibly false claims.
Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner, a real estate magnate with little experience in international diplomacy meets with both Palestinian and Israeli heads of state to start the process.
The allegation is that the government is spying with the help of a software known as Pegasus, which Israeli company NSO Group sold to Mexico’s government.
The move came after Israel refused to cover the shortfall in payment by the Palestinian Authority which refused to pay for Hamas controlled enclaves.
Al-Qaeda and ISIS have both encouraged would-be terrorists to use vehicles like cars and trucks as weapons.
The search for a successor to Martin Koble began in February when Guterres proposed former Palestinian Prime Minister Salam Fayyad for the job.
“#Occupationis not being able to visit your relatives who live 10 minutes away…without permission from your occupiers.”
Palestinian children are growing up in the shadow of failed negotiations, with futures stifled by systemic discrimination, persistent settlement expansion, blockade and repeated military offensives.
“Leaders may wish to deny this reality, but whether we like it or not, humanity is connected.”
Trump’s West Asia tour has made the prospect of engagement and dialogue very remote. The region needs a strong dose of statesmanship and good sense for peace prospects to be revived.
A lack of opportunity and respect coupled with a high cost of living is forcing the residents of East Jerusalem out of the city.
As well as the concessions,Netanyahu’s security cabinet voted to establish a committee to examine legalising outposts built without formal approval in the occupied West Bank.
The clashes come days before President Trump arrives in the region, where he will meet Israeli and Palestinian leaders.
The White House hopes the trip will shift focus away from domestic controversies and on to Donald Trump’s foreign policy agenda.
Israel wants the White House to explain why a US diplomat said the holy Western Wall in Jerusalem’s old city is part of the Israeli-occupied West Bank.
Anti-establishment sentiment has been growing across Europe and US with Israel largely unaffected as yet, despite protests over the high cost of living.
Tillerson said Trump’s decision would depend on how it is seen by governments in the region and whether Israel views it as a helpful move in the peace process.
Mahmoud al-Zahar, a critic of Israel, said the policy document announced by the Islamist Palestinian group last week did not contradict its founding charter.
The Israeli government said the Hamas document aimed to deceive the world about Hamas becoming more moderate in its stand towards Israel.
Haniyeh will replace Khaled Meshaal just as Hamas appeared to have softened its stance toward Israel in a new policy document released last week.
Israel, however, does not trust the move and feels that the new Hamas policy document is meant to fool the world into believing they have become moderate.
Now in ruins, the once-towering temple loomed above the ancient skyline, perhaps as tall as the Acropolis in Athens, and could be seen from afar by ships.
The activist had confessed to being part of a bombing in Israel that killed two people but had failed to reveal her criminal history in the US as required.
Prime Minister Hariri asked the UN to help establish a permanent ceasefire with Israel to help end Israel’s continuous violations in Lebanese territory.
The US defence secretary says Syria had dispersed warplanes and retained chemical weapons, an issue which needs to handled diplomatically.
In a 2013 agreement brokered by Russia and the US, Syria had agreed to destroy its chemical weapons.
The strike is meant to gain concessions after all means have failed to get them results for fair demands and relief from abuse, torture and negligence.
Such settlements, in territory that Israel captured in the 1967 Middle East war, are deemed illegal by most of the world.
After Israel said in January that it was reducing its contribution by $6 million, it has further cut funds by $2 million and will now pay the UN only $3.7 million
The wall is a constrictor that crushes Palestinian space, mind and body. The wall is a prison. To feel blessed to visit Bethlehem is a spiritual crime.
The newly appointed US ambassador to the UN’s comments came after Trump said on Wednesday that he was open to ideas beyond a two-state solution.
“I’m looking at two states and one state, and I like the one both parties like,” Trump said. “I can live with either one.”
The interior ministry has offered 100,000 soles ($30,000) for information leading to former Peru President Alejandro Toledo’s capture.
In his book, Bashir Abu-Manneh sets out to examine how the Palestinian novel has been in conversation with the Palestinian political struggle since 1948.
Israel’s attorney general has said it is unconstitutional and that he will not defend it at the Supreme Court.
Israel’s president has apologised for a tweet in which Israel’s prime minister seems to be praising Trump’s plans to build a wall on the US-Mexico border.
Mexico’s foreign minister has said Israel should apologise for Netanyahu’s tweet praising Trump’s move to build a wall on the Mexican border.