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Greece's fate in the euro area continued to cast a shadow over the second and final day of a Group of Seven finance ministers meeting in Dresden Friday with still no sign of a deal in sight. The governor of the Bank of Japan Haruhiko Kuroda -- who is attending the meeting -- warned of the consequences of a possible "Grexit" or Greek exit from the euro. "If for the first time a country leaves the eurozone, then it won't be the same stable monetary union as before," Kuroda told the business daily Handelsblatt.
The U.S. economy very likely contracted in the first three months of the year. Friday’s GDP report will show just how ugly things got. The Commerce Department estimated last month that gross domestic product—the broadest sum of goods and services produced across the U.S.–grew at a paltry 0.2% annual pace in the first quarter. But a batch of data since then suggests output was far weaker, and the agency will release a revised estimate Friday at 8:30 a.m. ET. The best guess of economists surveyed by The Wall Street Journal is that GDP fell at a 1% annual pace from January through March. That would mark the third time since the recession ended in mid-2009 that the economy shrank during a quarter.
The United States said it will not agree to extend a deadline set between world powers and Iran over its nuclear programme. US State Department spokesperson Jeff Rathke told reporters in Washington: "We're focused on June 30th and completing the talks by then. We're not contemplating an extension." He added that the US believes that meeting the deadline set for 30 June is achievable.
While Iran and North Korea both were customers of A.Q. Khan, the disgraced mastermind of Pakistan’s nuclear program, an American official told me Thursday that the United States government has seen nothing to suggest Iran is cooperating with North Korea on nuclear weapons. Such cooperation would belie Tehran’s insistence that it is not pursuing a nuclear weapon and would necessarily blow up any nuclear agreement. See more on North Korea's nuclear upgrades under WARS & RUMORS THEREOF.
Israel is in early discussions with the US about a new 10-year defense assistance program, but this is not “compensation” for the possible signing of a possible nuclear deal with Iran, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Thursday. Netanyahu, during a briefing with Israel’s diplomatic correspondents, did not say how much Israel was requesting. With the current 10-year, $30 billion US defense assistance agreement set to expire in 2017, the two sides are negotiating the terms of a 10-year deal that according to a recent report in Defense News could be worth up to $45b. The prime minister said this package is not a “quid pro quo” for the Iranian nuclear deal, which he said Israel continues to adamantly oppose.
Muslim clerics gathered in Beirut on Wednesday to kick off the Khomeinist International Union of Resistance conference, where “scholars” discussed how to stand up against the “cancerous tumor of Israel,” according to reports from Lebanese and Iranian media outlets. Radical Iranian cleric Mohsen Araki said that destroying Israel and “countering the arrogant world” should be the two main priorities for “resistance clerics,” reports Iran’s state-run Taghrib News.
The FBI has called upon the New York Police Department and other law enforcement agencies across the country to help track the growing population of Islamic State followers in the United States in an attempt to head off possible attacks on home soil. According to CNN, the FBI is struggling to maintain surveillance on the growing number of homegrown terrorists, acknowledging that it does not have enough resources to monitor their interactions on social media.
Live anthrax has been found in a 2008 sample sent to Australia from the same U.S. Army facility identified this week for more recent, mistaken shipments to nine U.S. states and an air base in South Korea, a U.S. defense official said on Friday.
“If you think about it, we are at the water’s edge of the argument that mainstream Christian teaching is hate speech,” Rubio said. “Because today we’ve reached the point in our society where if you do not support same-sex marriage you are labeled a homophobe and a hater.”
Anti-Islamic crusader Pam Geller on Thursday accused CNN of obeying Sharia law after host Chris Cuomo pointed out that just because she had the freedom to anger Muslims with cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad, it didn’t make it right.
Residents of a small Japanese island were evacuated Friday after the Mount Shindake volcano suddenly erupted, sending a plume of ash into the sky.
The USGS said the quake's epicenter was 104 km (64 miles) south-southeast of Ugashik and 61.7 km deep. The agency upgraded the temblor to a 7.0 after initially stating it was slightly weaker. The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center said that based on its available data, no tsunami was expected.
In Andhra Pradesh, the toll rose to 1334 today, 314 more than yesterday. The death figure in Telangana today stood at 440 against 340 yesterday. So far, 43 deaths have been reported from Odisha, 7 seven from Gujarat and two from Delhi.
Floodwaters submerged Texas highways and threatened more homes Friday after another round of heavy rain added to the damage inflicted by storms that have killed at least 20 people and left 14 missing.
Ivory Coast has confirmed an outbreak of highly pathogenic H5N1 bird flu last month among backyard birds in the central town of Bouake, the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) said on Thursday. The outbreak started on April 9 and was confirmed in positive laboratory test results last week, the Paris-based OIE said in a statement, citing information received from the government's veterinary services in Ivory Coast. The outbreak affected 98 out of 138 susceptible birds at the location and caused the death of 93, it said.
"The US method hasn't worked so we felt the idea was to create the conditions to support this negotiation by creating an international support group which would include Europeans, Arabs, Americans and anyone who thinks they could be of use," said one senior French diplomat. Diplomats said the United States had made it clear it did not want to discuss the Middle East process until the end of the Iran negotiations. French sources said the target could be to put a resolution forward during the United Nations General Assembly in September. I would not have seen this information if my friend, Eddie, had not pointed it out. He found the information about the September UN meeting buried DEEP in the article. They don't want you to know, ya know? But the because the NWO has a twisted sense of "honor", they have to forewarn the world before they do anything. This is why they put warnings in movies and other media and slip little hints deep in news articles for you to figure out. And thus, they consider you forewarned!
While stopping short of fully endorsing the Arab Peace Initiative, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Thursday that he welcomed the general idea behind it — a regional agreement between Israel and the moderate Arab states. The Arab Peace Initiative, originally proposed by Saudi Arabia in 2002, has many problematic aspects to it, the prime minister said, such as its call for an Israeli withdrawal from the Golan Heights and the return of Palestinians refuges to Israel. “There are positive aspects and negative aspects to it,” he told Israeli diplomatic correspondents at a rare on-record briefing. “This initiative is 13 years old, and the situation in the Middle East has changed since it was first proposed. But the general idea — to try and reach understandings with leading Arab countries — is a good idea.”
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, who has openly declared that he intends to work to expand his 61-member government, recently offered Yesh Atid chairman Yair Lapid to join the coalition, Channel 2 News reported on Thursday, citing unnamed sources in the political system. Netanyahu and Lapid met on Monday night for the first time since the elections in March but, according to the sources, the offer to Lapid was extended several days before the meeting.
The reports state the Ansar Beit al-Maqdis (Partisans of Jerusalem), which changed its name to Welayat al-Sinai (Province of Sinai) "threatened to strike the Eilat Port, following coordination with Islamic State's wing in the Gaza Strip." "IS will begin operations against Hamas positions in the Gaza Strip," the reports added, quoting Abu Othman Al-Mosley, one of the group's leaders.
Addressing the FIFA's Congress, Jibril Rajoub demanded the creation on a committee to ensure his requests are met concerning Israel's regulation of movement by Palestinian soccer players. "I decided to drop the suspension but it does not mean that I give up the resistance," said Rajoub, a senior Fatah official.
In contrast to the Iraqi army's failures, Kurdish fighters in Syria are on the march against the Islamic State group, capturing towns and villages in an oil-rich swath of the country's northeast under the cover of U.S.-led airstrikes. As the Kurds close in on Tel Abyad, a major commercial center on the Turkish border, their advance highlights the decisive importance of combining airstrikes with the presence of a cohesive and motivated ally on the ground — so clearly absent in Iraq.
The U.S. watched Islamic State fighters, vehicles and heavy equipment gather on the outskirts of Ramadi before the group retook the city in mid-May. But the U.S. did not order airstrikes against the convoys before the battle started. It left the fighting to Iraqi troops, who ultimately abandoned their positions.
The Saudi branch of the self-declared Islamic State has claimed responsibility for a second suicide bomb attack in as many weeks on a Shiite mosque in the kingdom. At least four people — including the person thought to be the driver of the car bomb — were killed in the attack, which took place during Friday prayers at the al-Anoud mosque in Dammam in Saudi Arabia's Eastern Province. The Islamic State said its "Najd Province" affiliate was responsible for the bloodshed. The BBC reports that in an online statement, ISIS said "a soldier of the Caliphate," identified as Abu Jandal al-Jazrawi, carried out the bombing.
The nuclear-armed rogue dictator state of North Korea has significantly upgraded its main rocket launch site, according to new satellite imagery revealed by a US research institute in a report on Friday.Free article submission sites