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Israel announces conditions to accept Palestinian reconciliation

October 13, 2017 Middle East Monitor 0

Israeli officials have announced their conditions for accepting the Palestinian reconciliation agreement signed on Thursday between Fatah and the Islamic Resistance Movement, Hamas, in the Egyptian capital Cairo. According to officials in the office of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, “Any reconciliation between the Palestinian Authority and Hamas must meet the Quartet’s conditions: accepting international agreements, recognising Israel and disarming Hamas.” They explained that Israel will not accept any reconciliation that does not include these points. “Continued tunnel activity, rocket building and the exporting of terrorism against Israel is in contradiction of the Quartet’s conditions and US efforts to restart the diplomatic process,” the officials added. Moreover, Israel is also demanding the immediate release of the bodies of Israeli soldiers Oron […]

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No ‘Token’ Response UNICEF Is Open to Launching Its Own ICO

A UNICEF ICO The idea doesn’t seem so far-fetched to those working at the United Nations programme, despite their humanitarian mandate.

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Egypt arrests prominent columnist

October 13, 2017 Middle East Monitor 0

The Egyptian authorities arrested prominent columnist Soliman Al-Hakim yesterday while he was driving his car in the coastal city of Fayed, his family have reported. According to Al-Hakim’s daughter Malath, an army officer took his mobile phone to prevent him from making any calls. The Interior Ministry is yet to announce details of the arrest or any charges that the writer is facing. However, it is known that Al-Hakim recently criticised Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi’s policies in an interview on the Turkey-based Mekameleen TV with fellow journalist Soliman Gouda. The head of the Egyptian Press Syndicate, Abdel Mohsen Salama, denounced the two journalists’ appearance on the channel. “We are shocked by the appearance of journalists on these suspicious channels, […]

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Daily economic digest from Forex.ee

October 13, 2017 MQL5: Traders' Blogs 0

Daily economic digest from Forex.ee
Stay informed of the key economic events

Friday, October 13th
The EUR/USD pair lost its upside momentum this morning, having met resistance in the vicinity of 1.1850 level, on the back of …

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Binance to Add Enigma (ENG)

October 13, 2017 News BTC 0

Binance, the world’s fastest-growing cryptocurrency exchange has announced the inclusion of Enigma (ENG) — platform token of Enigma on its platform. The ENG tokens are now tradable on Binance.com. Enigma, a US-based blockchain company aims to revolutionize the way data is shared, aggregated and monetized through its decentralized data marketplace protocol. This is an ambitious vision … Continue reading Binance to Add Enigma (ENG)

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Jordan condemns Israeli incursions at Al-Aqsa Mosque

October 13, 2017 Middle East Monitor 0

Jordan has condemned the continual incursions by Israeli settlers at Al-Aqsa Mosque, the Times of Israel has reported. There has been a notable increase in such incursions in the run up to the Jewish holiday of Sukkot. According to Likud MK Yehudah Glick, 2,265 settlers stormed the Al-Aqsa compound, the third holiest site in Islam, over the festival, a 40 per cent increase over the 1,611 who went in at the same time last year. The settlers were protected by a heavy military presence to ensure that they could enter the site without incident. Jordan’s Minister for Media Affairs, Mohammad Momani, described the incursions as “acts of provocation against Muslims’ feelings.” Such behaviour, he said, harms relations between the two […]

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