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After looking as if they were going to make it six losses from six sessions, Chinese stocks staged a ridiculously large rally in the final 45 minutes of trade, closing Thursday’s session with mammoth gains of over 5%.
Iran’s oil minister says his country supports calls for an emergency OPEC meeting to explore ways to shore up the price of oil, but even without such an effort, Tehran is willing to regain its market share “at any cost.”
Greece Thursday officially entered the pre-election period for the second time this year, as the head of the country’s Supreme Court Vassiliki Thanou Christopoulou has been named caretaker Prime Minister, with the task to lead the country to elections.
So far, 29 senators have said publicly they plan to back the deal, putting Obama within striking distance of the 34 Senate votes he needs to uphold a veto of any resolution to kill the deal. With 15 Senate Democrats still undecided, according to The Hill's Whip List, opponents of the agreement would need to convince 11 of them to buck Obama in order to have the 67 votes required to override a veto.
Iran appears to have built an extension to part of its Parchin military site since May, the U.N. nuclear watchdog said in a report on Thursday delving into a major part of its inquiry into possible military dimensions to Tehran's past atomic activity.
Officials at United States Central Command, Centcom, are believed to have altered intelligence reports to provide a rosier picture of progress in the fight against ISIS, according to the New York Times. It is not yet known which or how many Centcom officials are under review, but the accusations had enough merit that the House and Senate Intelligence Committees have also been informed, the Times said.
Obama reacted to the live, on-air shooting deaths of a reporter and cameraman during an interview with a local ABC affiliate in Philadelphia. Speaking with reporter Monica Malpass, Obama said more Americans are killed by guns than terrorism. "It breaks my heart every time you read or hear about these kids of incidents," Obama said before taking aim at guns in America. "What we know is that the number of people who die from gun-related incidents around this country dwarfs any deaths that happen through terrorism," the president added.
During a meeting in Ramallah, Ashrawi argued that because Israel is actively destroying the prospects of stability in the region, it is necessary to focus on peace and not merely on the process. She emphasized the need for Europe and governments around the world to take a new approach and strategic policy to put an end to the Israeli military occupation, and establish an independent Palestinian state.
In power for more than a decade, and facing a mounting challenge to his stewardship, Abbas, 80, resigned last week as chairman of the Palestine Liberation Organization’s Executive Committee, its top decision-making body. But few saw the move, in which nine of Abbas’s colleagues on the 18-member committee also stepped down, as little more than a maneuver to bolster his own standing and weaken his opponents.
A rocket fired from the Gaza Strip struck southern Israel on Thursday, causing no casualties, the Israeli army said. There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the nighttime attack. Salafi Jihadist groups that are proponents of global holy war endorsed by al Qaeda have claimed most of the sporadic rocket strikes on Israel from the coastal territory since the end of a 50-day Gaza war a year ago.
Amid rumors of backchannel talks between Israel and Hamas, the Palestinian Islamist organization has reportedly summoned other Palestinian factions to Beirut where the details of a long-term truce with Israel will be discussed.
Firebombs, a stabbing, and riots mark a day of violence in Jerusalem, as police battle a constant flow of popular terror.
Several Jewish families on Thursday moved into homes in the Shiloach Village (Silwan). The homes belong to the Beit Rachel complex, which was part of the “Yemenite Hekdesh” community buildings owned by the old Yemenite community of Jerusalem. The six apartments were purchased from the Arab families who had taken over the property after the War of Liberation, when the area was occupied by Jordan until the 1967 Six Day War.
A two-day cease-fire between warring sides in Syria came into force on Thursday in a rebel-held town near the border with Lebanon and two Shiite villages in the northwest, the UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has said. It is the second cease-fire in a month in these areas between the Syrian army and the Lebanese group Hezbollah on one hand and Syrian insurgents on the other. The ceasefire came into force at 6 a.m. (0300 GMT).
Islamic State has seized new territory from Syrian rebels in northern Syria, advancing in an area where Turkey and the United States are planning to open a new front against the group in coordination with insurgents on the ground.
A suicide attack claimed by the Islamic State group killed two Iraqi generals on Thursday in the key battleground province of Anbar, as the jihadists made gains in northern Syria.
Egypt is in advanced negotiations with France for two highly advanced French Mistral class assault-cum-helicopter carrier ships that were originally destined for the Russian Navy. DEBKAfile’s military and intelligence sources report that this deal, if it goes through, will substantially beef up the regional lineup of the Saudi, Egyptian and Israeli navies. The new vessels would enable it to contest Iranian naval challenges in the Mediterranean, the Red Sea and the Persian Gulf, and alter the balance of strength between the opposing sides.
While much has been made of how the war against Islamic State gives Iran a chance to increase its influence across the Middle East, another country has already parlayed the violence into tangible gains: Jordan. First came the Arab Spring uprisings, which all but passed Jordan by as they turned the region upside down, burnishing the kingdom's reputation for political stability. Then came the fight against Islamic State, a jihadist foe that the secular-minded Jordan, with its small but well-trained military, was uniquely suited to confront.
The ceasefire between the Russia-backed separatists and Ukrainian troops may soon come to an end if the reports coming out of Ukraine are genuine. There are accounts of military build-ups from the both sides: Ukrainian troops are seen moving heavy artillery and military tanks towards the borders that divide them and the separatists. On the other side, Russia-backed separatists are aggressively calling up rebels that are currently vacationing to show up for combat.