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In the first quarter of 2016, Denmark's economy expanded 0.5% q/q, as compared with consensus forecast of a growth of 0.1%. Net exports, higher household consumption and construction activity positively contributed to the GDP, triggering a higher growth. Denmark's economy is likely to remain on a higher growth path in the remainder of 2016.
"There was time when enemies would not accept even a single centrifuge inside Iran, but they finally surrendered in the face of Iran's nuclear might," Khamenei said, according to Press TV. "In fact, it was not the Americans who gave [us] this concession; we got it with our own power," he said. I believe that Daniels' end time king of the north is Iran which is a remnant of the ancient Medo-Persian empire. The king of the south could be Saudi Arabia. One reason for this belief is that there are two Islamic sects that must "fight it out" for supremacy. Obama tried to subdue the Iranian Shi'ites in order to bring them under Sunni rule. What has happened is that he strengthened Iran and caused them to believe their own end time eschatology that the Persian empire will rise again so their mahdi can come forth. The troublesome aspect of this is that they both want Jerusalem! Persia (Iran) wants to destroy Jerusalem while Obama, along with Saudi Arabia, wants to occupy it. I believe Obama thought he could use Iran for war against Israel in order to put Jerusalem in the hands of Islam after it was subdued to the Sunnis. Unfortunately, Iran believes the earth has been subdued under Shia.
Attorney David M. Friedman, one of Donald trump's two advisors on Israel, told Arutz Sheva in an exclusive interview that Donald Trump has assured him he will not pressure Israel into "peace processes" and concessions that it does not want. "I've known Donald Trump for about 15 years," he said, in a conversation with Dr. Joseph Frager. "I met him in the context of being his lawyer, and we've become friends over the years. He know how much I love Israel, and hopefully people who read Arutz Sheva know how much I love Israel because I write a column for Arutz Sheva as often as I can. Trump "wanted an advisor who he knew loved Israel," Friedman explained. "So I hope people can take comfort in the fact that he's taking advice from me.
Already suffering from the impact of last year's jihadist attacks, tourism in Paris faces a fresh challenge from the recent wave of violent strikes and protests, tourism bosses warned on Monday. Hotel bookings by Japanese visitors were down 56 percent in the first quarter of the year compared to the same period in 2015, while Russians were down by 35 percent, the city's tourist board said. Chinese tourists had been a major driver of growth last year -- reaching a new record of 1.2 million -- but their numbers had also dropped by 13.9 percent.
U.S. Internet giants Facebook Inc., Twitter Inc., Google and Microsoft Corp. pledged to tackle online hate speech in less than 24 hours as part of a joint commitment with the European Union to combat the use of social media by terrorists. Beyond national laws that criminalize hate speech, there is a need to ensure such activity by Internet users is "expeditiously reviewed by online intermediaries and social media platforms, upon receipt of a valid notification, in an appropriate time-frame," the companies and the European Commission said in a joint statement on Tuesday.
The federal government plans to spend an estimated $42 million in taxpayer dollars on a Texas detention facility for illegal aliens that includes a separate unit to house transgender people who are caught unlawfully crossing the U.S. border.
The Golden State is in its fifth year facing exceptional drought conditions. The House twice in recent days has debated GOP-backed measures to increase the water pumped through federal infrastructure from the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta - a massive delta that acts largely as the hub of the federal and state water canals - to Central Valley farms and Southern California.
At least 35 percent of corals in parts of Australia's Great Barrier Reef are dead or dying from mass bleaching caused by global warming, scientists said Monday. The assessment was made following months of aerial and underwater surveys after the worst bleaching in recorded history first became evident in March as sea temperatures rise.
The parasitic disease called Cutaneous leishmaniasis is caused by bites from tiny infected sand flies which thriving in the squalid conditions left in the wake of Islamic State terror and conflict. Thousands of cases have now been reported. Previous, it was contained in Syria but has spread to Turkey, Lebanon, and Jordan after more than four million Syrians fled there. With the same migrants now heading on to Europe in their millions, it could be just a matter of times before it reaches the West.
In nine states - Florida, Michigan, Minnesota, New Jersey, New York, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Utah and West Virginia - lawmakers introduced bills that would require that parents receive information about the risks of skipping vaccination before their children can be granted exemptions. The information would come from their doctor or local health department, or through state-approved resources such as videos and online courses.
Israeli ultranationalist Avigdor Lieberman said he supports a two-state solution to the conflict with the Palestinians after he was sworn in as defense minister on Monday. Lieberman is a West Bank settler and one of Israel's most polarizing politicians. He has stoked controversy in the past with incendiary remarks about the Palestinians and Israel's Arab minority. But in a statement to reporters after parliament approved his appointment, Lieberman said he supports "two states for two peoples."
Jordan's King Abdullah appointed veteran politician Hani Mulqi as caretaker prime minister on Sunday after dissolving parliament as its four-year term nears its end, and charged him with organising new elections by October. The king accepted the resignation of Prime Minister Abdullah Ensour before appointing Mulqi by royal decree. Mulki has held senior government posts in successive administrations. Under the constitutional rules the election must be held within four months.
A soldier was lightly wounded Monday evening during a stabbing attack in the center of Tel Aviv. Security forces arrested a Palestinian teenager near the scene of the attack, after he fled and tried to hide in a residential building. Police said the stabber likely had nationalistic motives and they were therefore treating the incident as terrorism. The attacker was identified as a 17-year-old resident of the West Bank.
Moscow holds that all of South Syria must come under the Assad regime rule, as the key to its stability. Israel, along with the US, Jordan and Saudi Arabia, anxious to keep South Syria under the control of their respective Syrian rebel militias. Israel regards their presence as vital for preventing Iranian and Hizballah forces moving into the Syrian Golan up to the Israeli border. Putin offers Jerusalem an alternative. If Israel agrees to withdraw its support from the Syrian rebels to help Assad reclaim the region Moscow is willing to vouch that the Russian army stationed in Syria will prevent Iranian and Hizballah fighters from infiltrating or getting near the Israeli border.
Jerusalem is waiting to set a date for a decisive meeting at which both sides' negotiating teams are supposed to iron out the final issues of dispute, Haaretz reported Tuesday. Expectations are that the teams will meet in a European capital next week.
Egyptian security and hospital officials say a roadside bomb has struck a military armored vehicle in the restive northern part of the Sinai Peninsula, killing six soldiers. The officials say the attack on Tuesday also wounded six other soldiers. The officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak to the media. There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the attack, which bore the hallmarks of the Islamic State group, which is fighting army and security forces in northern Sinai.
Iran is also recruiting members of Hizbollah from Lebanon and militias from Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan to fight in Syria. Supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has made several calls for volunteers to join the jihad in Syria to help the weak regime against the "infidels". The recent deaths of more than a 100 guards in Aleppo drove Mr Khamenei to appoint one of the commanders of the Iran-Iraq war, Gen Mohsen Ridaii, as chief of Iranian operations in Syria.
The negotiations never really got going. And the Syrian government is continuing its military attacks on civilian targets. If you look at it like that, then Aloush's resignation seems logical. You could speculate that Aloush, as the leader of an Islamist organization, has close ties with the Saudis, and that Saudi Arabia has, in recent weeks, been pushing for stronger support for the Syrian opposition. You could then view the resignation as opening the door to increased military measures, instead of diplomacy with regard to the regime in Damascus.
As the Iraqi military and allied Shia militias continue their campaign to regain control over Fallujah, a small number of families have managed to escape the besieged city. Most of the families who succeeded in fleeing lived in the al-Hessie area, on Fallujah's southern outskirts, about 10km from the city centre.
Turkey's foreign minister said during a visit to Tripoli on Monday that his country hoped to be the first to reopen its embassy in the Libyan capital, following the arrival of a UN-backed unity government at the end of March. Security in Tripoli remains fragile and the unity government's leadership has been operating out of a heavily guarded naval base as it gradually tries to gain control of ministries.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, in Warsaw to lay the groundwork for NATO's July summit, said: "I expect leaders at Warsaw to agree on an enhanced forward presence in the east of the alliance." "An attack on any ally will be swiftly met by the forces from across the alliance, from both sides of the Atlantic," he added.
China has been angered by what it views as provocative U.S. military patrols close to islands China controls in the South China Sea. The United States says the patrols are to protect freedom of navigation. "Beijing will pressure Washington over maritime issues during the upcoming Strategic and Economic Dialogue, as the United States' increasing military presence in the South China Sea is among China's major concerns," the official China Daily said, citing unidentified officials.
Japan ordered naval destroyers and Patriot anti-ballistic missile batteries to be ready to shoot down any projectile heading for the country, state broadcaster NHK said.