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EU citizens worried about their right to remain in Britain have inundated the Home Office with applications to secure their UK residency, leading to an official backlog that has trebled since the summer of 2015. The figures emerged on a day that Labour demanded Theresa May guaranteed the rights of the more than 3 million EU citizens to remain in the UK before Brexit negotiations begin, with MP Keir Starmer saying there was "a mounting sense of very real injustice" over the issue. The number of outstanding applications from European citizens to secure their residency status in Britain went from 37,618 in June 2015 to almost 100,000 "currently in progress" in early July 2016, including those seeking permanent residence cards and documents for non-EU family members of European citizens.
Switzerland, which has been working to end its years-long practice of banking secrecy, said on Thursday it aimed to dramatically increase the number of countries it cooperates with towards international fiscal transparency.
Retired Marine General James Mattis, 66, whom President-elect Donald Trump has picked as his secretary of defense, is famous for his rough-and-tough stance toward America's adversaries. From 2010 to 2013, Gen. Mattis was head of the Central Command that oversees US military operations across the Middle East, replacing Gen. David Petraeus (now one of the candidates for secretary of state). He earned the "Mad Dog Mattis" handle as a battlefield commander in Iraq when he said: "If you f-k with me, I'll kill you all."
On the first day of his self-described "thank you tour", Trump returned to his bombastic style on the stump at a half-full arena in Cincinnati. He bashed Hillary Clinton to chants of "lock her up" from the rowdy crowd while settling scores with the media and former rivals as well as announcing the nomination of former marine general James Mattis to be secretary of defense.
The measure passed 99 to 0 just weeks after the House passed it 419-1. It will be sent to President Barack Obama, who has not said if he will sign or veto the legislation.
President Vladimir Putin has signed a decree approving Russia's new Foreign Policy Concept. The document specifies Moscow's position on key global issues, highlighting its relations with the US, EU, China and other countries. Published on Thursday, the concept is now in force, replacing the previous one from 2013. Moscow's "views on core principles, priority directions, aims and tasks of the Russian foreign policy" are stated in the document of almost 40 pages.
The Anti-Defamation League on Thursday voiced its opposition to Minnesota Rep. Keith Ellison's bid to run the Democratic Party, citing "deeply disturbing and disqualifying" past statements about Israel. Pointing to a resurfaced 2010 speech, the CEO of the Jewish civil rights group, Jonathan Greenblatt, questioned whether "Ellison faithfully could represent the Democratic Party's traditional support for a strong and secure Israel." In that speech, Ellison asked why "United States' foreign policy in the Middle East is governed by what is good or bad through a country of 7 million people." "A region of 350 million all turns on a country of 7 million. Does that make sense? Is that logic? Right?" Ellison said at the time, according to reports cited by the League.
President-elect Donald Trump wants to deport millions of undocumented immigrants, but the Supreme Court appeared potentially deadlocked Wednesday over how long immigrants facing deportation can be detained without court hearings. Under current law, immigrants who have committed even minor criminal offenses and those picked up crossing the border can be held indefinitely during deportation proceedings. But a federal appeals court ruled last year that they cannot be held more than six months without a hearing.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Tuesday said his country has not yet given up on its ambition to join the European Union but has "many other alternatives" if the stalled process goes nowhere. "We have not yet closed the European Union book right now," Erdogan told an international conference in Istanbul. "But nobody should forget that Turkey always has many other alternatives." Maybe, but it is entry into the European Union that Erdogan really wants. The EU is the most successful economic union on earth beside the North American Union. These unions create ways to manipulate currencies, stock markets, metals, population distribution and everything else the NWO wants to do that most people cannot even imagine. Erdogan wants to play with the "biggest" boys (so he can be an even bigger 'big shot') and get the most benefits from doing so.
Experts say that the Christian church in Iran is growing by leaps and bounds in the shadow of an oppressive and hostile Islamic regime. While many see a crisis in the church in the West, where we enjoy the freedom of religion, the opposite is true in repressive Iran under the threat of punishment and imprisonment.
About 2 million pounds of smelly, dead fish that died in a massive fish kill have found a new resting place in Shinnecock Bay. Many of the fish who died in a massive bunker fish kill on the East End more than two weeks ago have landed in the tidal pools on the bay side of Shinnecock Bay in the village of Southampton. The fish are located close to rich and famous homes on Meadow Lane. Something stinks among the rich and famous.
The General Assembly today adopted six resolutions on Palestinian and Middle East issues, ranging from Jerusalem to the United Nations special information programme on the question of Palestine. The Assembly adopted a resolution on the peaceful settlement of the question of Palestine (document A/71/L.21) by a recorded vote of 153 in favour to 7 against (Canada, Federated States of Micronesia, Israel, Marshall Islands, Nauru, Palau, United States), with 7 abstentions (Australia, Cameroon, Honduras, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Tonga, Vanuatu). By the terms of the resolution, the Assembly called for the intensification of efforts by the parties, including through negotiations, with the support of the international community, towards the conclusion of a final peace settlement.
The Assembly also adopted a resolution on Jerusalem (document A/71/L.22) by a recorded vote of 149 in favour to 7 against (Canada, Federated States of Micronesia, Israel, Marshall Islands, Nauru, Palau, United States), with 8 abstentions (Australia, Cameroon, Guatemala, Honduras, Panama, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Vanuatu). By its terms, the Assembly reiterated its determination that any actions taken by Israel, the occupying Power, to impose its laws, jurisdiction and administration on the Holy City of Jerusalem were illegal and therefore null and void and had no validity whatsoever, and called upon Israel to immediately cease all such illegal and unilateral measures. The Assembly also stressed that a comprehensive, just and lasting solution to the question of the City of Jerusalem should take into account the legitimate concerns of both the Palestinian and Israeli sides.
By the terms of a resolution on the Syrian Golan (document A/71/L.8), the Assembly demanded that Israel withdraw from all the occupied territory to the line of 4 June 1967 and called on all parties concerned to exert the necessary efforts to ensure the resumption of the peace process. That resolution received 103 in favour to 6 against (Canada, Federated States of Micronesia, Israel, Marshall Islands, Palau, United States), with 56 abstentions.
Turkey's new ambassador to Israel will start work on Dec. 12, a diplomatic official said Friday. Kemal Okem - previously the chief foreign policy adviser to Prime Minister Binali Yildirim - will assume his duties after presenting his credentials to President Reuven Rivlin, the official said on condition of anonymity due to restrictions on speaking to the media. On Thursday, the new Israeli ambassador to Turkey, Eitan Na'eh, arrived in Ankara.
The stormy weather did not pass over the city of Eilat, and winds in that city tore down voltage wires. Electric Corporation crews are working on rebuilding the power line. The storm is expected to continue overnight Thursday and into Friday. Showers accompanied by thunderstorms in northern and central Israel are expected overnight. It will be hazy in southern Israel. Snow is expected on Mount Hermon. There will be strong winds.
President Erdogan of Turkey has issued a statement saying his troops have entered Syria with the intention of ousting President Assad. Turkey has been illegally running soldiers, artillery and infantry in and out of Syria for much of the duration of the present conflict. Now, however, the proxy and shadow war, which Turkey has been waging against the Syrian Arab Republic, has just become official. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has just announced that Turkish troops have entered Syria with the intention of removing President Assad from power. It is a formal declaration of war.
Describing the battle to defeat ISIS in Mosul as "very dangerous fighting," Col. John Dorrian, U.S. spokesman for Operation Inherent Resolve, told Fox News he estimates 20 percent of Mosul has been freed of the militants so far, after more than six weeks of tough fighting by Iraqi forces backed by U.S. airstrikes and support on the ground. "The Iraqi forces are working very hard to get this done," Dorrian told Fox News via Skype from Baghdad, "but they are up against a fanatical enemy."
Saudi Arabia confirmed to Bloomberg that several government agencies have been targeted, including Saudi's General Authority of Civil Aviation. Thousands of computers were destroyed in the Saudi air office. The Bloomberg report says a "digital bomb" was detonated inside the systems of several agencies at once and the government is now reviewing other branches of the government for traces of the same cyber weapon.
Russia's air defense forces in Crimea are ready for Ukraine's missile launches in the Black Sea and have been put on high alert, a source in the Crimean defense structures told TASS on Wednesday. "Ukraine's firing exercises are a sort of a PR-move aimed at creating a nervous situation but in any case the military perceive this as a real and potential threat and, therefore, the Russian air defense forces in Crimea have been placed on enhanced alert," the source said. "This refers not only to ground-based but also to shipborne air defense forces as ships of the Black Sea Fleet are self-sustained combat units for repelling any threats," the source said.
The United Nations Security Council on Wednesday unanimously imposed its toughest ever sanctions on North Korea, placing a cap on its key coal exports after the state's defiant nuclear tests. The new sanctions resolution, which was spearheaded by the United States and came after three months of tough negotiations with fellow veto-wielding council member China, passed by a 15-0 vote. The resolution demands that North Korea "abandon all nuclear weapons and existing nuclear programs" and takes aim at the state's exports of coal - its top external revenue source.