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Russia and Iran plan on replacing the U.S. dollar with their national currencies for the settlement of bilateral trade transactions, Iran's IRNA news agency reported. Announcing the plans at a meeting Tuesday in Tehran, Asadollah Asgaroladi, an Iranian business magnate and head of the Iran-Russia Joint Chamber of Commerce, said that use of national currencies would spur economic collaboration between the two countries.
Gas talks between Ukraine and the EU will be held in Brussels on October 2, the Bloomberg news agency quoted Ukrainian Energy and Coal Industry Minister Yuriy Prodan as saying on Wednesday.
Britain is getting ever closer to the brink of leaving the European Union. That is the probable outcome if the Conservatives win the U.K. general election next May, as they have pledged to allow Britain’s increasingly Euroskeptic population a referendum on whether to stay or go. Polls suggest a sizeable majority would vote to leave the E.U. under the current terms of membership.
Banks closed more than 1,600 branches across the nation over the past year, as companies directed more attention to dealing with customers through digital channels. The 1.7-percent reduction in the number of branches between mid-2013 and mid-2014 was reported by researcher SNL Financial and based on reports filed with the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. SNL said the consolidation was fueled by banks' desire to cut costs and divert more resources to digital services. In some states, mergers and acquisitions resulted in the shuttering of some duplicative branches. It was the largest annual branch reduction since the FDIC began reporting electronic records in 1994.
The comments this weekend by spokesmen for the White House, the Pentagon and US Congress are part of an orchestrated campaign to stampede the American people into an all-out war in Iraq and Syria that could spread quickly throughout the Middle East. The drumbeat for war has been carefully worked out to prepare public opinion in the United States and internationally for a dramatic escalation in military operations in the region, including the direct and open targeting of the Syrian government of President Bashar al-Assad.
Opposition to U.S. airstrikes targeting Islamist militants in Syria appears to be growing among rebel groups and their backers in the country, threatening internal support for the Washington-led aerial offensive. Is this another way for Obama to avoid doing any real damage to ISIS? This and attacking grain silos? Let's see this works: Obama backs the rebels in order for them to help him fight ISIS, but they reject fighting ISIS and keep the weapons we're sending them plus get our military training so they can go fight FOR ISIS. Sounds like a plan to me! But it means that ISIL/ISIS will continue to rise unabated all at the behest of Obama!
The Obama administration found itself scrambling on Tuesday to defend President Barack Obama for his lackluster 42% attendance record on daily intelligence briefings, a finding from a new report issued by the non-partisan Government Accountability Institute (GAI).
Iran's insistence that UN Security Council resolutions on its nuclear program be lifted at the front end of a final nuclear deal has emerged as an unexpected sticking point in the negotiations, diplomats say.
A senior member of Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's entourage to New York revealed to Arutz Sheva that Netanyahu intends to raise Jonathan Pollard's release in his meeting with US Barack Obama on Wednesday.
The suspect charged Tuesday in the Moore food plant attack “openly admitted to beheading the first victim with a knife and cutting and attempting to behead the second victim,” Moore police wrote in a court affidavit. Cleveland County District Attorney Greg Mashburn said it is “highly likely” prosecutors will seek the death penalty against Alton Alexander Nolen, 30, a Muslim convert who yelled Arabic phrases during the attack.
A man with a gun that the Secret Service did not know about rode in an elevator with President Obama during his visit to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta on Sept. 16. The previously undisclosed breach, confirmed by two sources familiar with the case, raises new questions about the agency's ability to protect the president. The incident, which took place three days before an intruder jumped a fence and sprinted inside the White House, involved a failure in Secret Service advance work to prevent an armed man from coming into close proximity with Obama while he was visiting the CDC to receive a briefing about the Ebola threat.
The wife of a British taxi driver held by Islamic State jihadists renewed her appeal on Tuesday for her husband's release, saying that his captors were ignoring the "verdict of their own justice system".
California will be the first state in the country to allow private citizens to ask a court to seize guns from family members who they believe pose a threat to themselves or the public, under a measure signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown on Tuesday.
Pro-democracy rallies, expanding farther across Hong Kong on Wednesday, China's National Day holiday, threatened to escalate beyond the aims of some organizers and raise the chance of confrontation.
Liberia, the West African nation hardest it by Ebola, has begun a frightening descent into economic hell. That’s the import of three recent reports from international organizations that seem to bear out the worst-case scenarios of months ago: that people would abandon the fields and factories, that food and fuel would become scarce and unaffordable, and that the government’s already meager capacity to help, along with the nation’s prospects for a better future, would be severely compromised.
Abbas said Wednesday that if the US vetoes the resolution that he will bring before the United Nations Security Council (UNSC), he will “re-examine” the PA's security cooperation with Israel, reported Voice of Israel public radio. Abbas has called on the UNSC to support a resolution setting a clear deadline for Israel’s withdrawal from Judea and Samaria. He [said he] will not allow a single bullet to be fired at Israel, because, in his words – “there is no need for an armed intifada.” ...Abbas said that if a veto is cast, he will press charges against senior Israeli officials at the International Criminal Court in the Hague, even at the price of being charged there himself along with them.
UN Secretary Ban Ki-moon on Tuesday, saying the forum was badly stacked against Israel and defended Hamas. Netanyahu, according to a statement issued from his office, complained to Ban that the council was focusing its investigation on Israel, rather than on Hamas which used UN facilities over the summer to attack Israel. Jerusalem, Netanyahu said, will fight against this.
A senior Palestinian Authority (PA) source revealed to Yedioth Aharonoth that a secret channel of communication exists between Israel and the PA in parallel to the Cairo truce talks, through which Israel is negotiating with the PA, Hamas and Islamic Jihad representatives.
The commander of the Jordanian armed forces revealed on Monday that Israeli experts have been busy removing old surveillance equipment and explosives from an underground listening post in a coordinated project to prevent damage or injury.
The Temple-era holiday pilgrimage is making a comeback: Some 8,000 people will recreate the ancient tradition when they embark on a two-day march to Jerusalem over the Sukkot holiday next week. Oh wow! This is exciting!!
MK Moshe Feiglin (Likud) sharply condemned Interior Security Minister Yitzchak Aharonovich (Yisrael Beytenu) on Wednesday, accusing him of covering up the terrorist murder of Jewish construction worker Netanel Arami hy''d. "There's a long chain of events here, in which the system, the police, and the Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency) are trying to cover up the murder of Jews by Arabs for different reasons," Feiglin told Galei Yisrael radio. Feiglin said "this was a murder no less shocking than the head chopping by the Islamic State (ISIS)."
Butler claimed that Israel is too far away from the major Far East consumers to be able to deliver LNG economically and would not be able to compete with other gas markets in East Africa, Indonesia, Qatar, Turkmenistan, and Australia - all of which serve as cheaper alternatives to Israeli gas. How sneaky! This British, EU guy is bucking conventional wisdom. I wonder why? Could the Gog puppet masters be starting their little game?
Kurdish fighters opened offensives against Islamic State militants in several parts of northern Iraq on Tuesday, seizing control of a border crossing with Syria that has been a major conduit for the insurgents, officials said.
Ankara is on high alert due to recent developments in the region in which Turkish tanks took up positions on a hill overlooking the besieged Syrian border town of Kobane on Monday as shelling by Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) militants intensified, while two motions on Syria and Iraq -- including sending troops to foreign countries -- are expected to be discussed in Parliament this week.
A new potential conflict arose Tuesday between Turkey and the Islamic State when militants surrounded Turkish troops assigned to guard an ancient tomb in a small Turkish territory inside Syria.
Russia last week sent a shipment of anti-aircraft missiles to the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, according to informed Middle Eastern security officials speaking to WND. Another shipment of Russian weaponry is currently on the way to Syria, the officials said.
Iran is to offer equipment to the Lebanese army to bolster its battle against jihadists, a senior Iranian official said on a visit to Beirut Tuesday.
Rebels in eastern Ukraine appeared to be successfully closing in on the government-held airport in Donetsk Wednesday, a strategic victory for the pro-Russian separatists.