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After embassy move, Trump weighs Jerusalem consulate changes

After embassy move, Trump weighs Jerusalem consulate changes

 President Donald Trump is considering giving U.S. Ambassador to Israel David Friedman more authority over the U.S. outpost that handles Palestinian affairs, five U.S. officials said, a shift that could further dampen Palestinian hopes for an independent state. Any move to downgrade the...

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Ten people killed in US strikes on Deir Ezzor

Ten people killed in US strikes on Deir Ezzor

(Zaman Al Wasl)- The US-led coalition airstrikes have killed ten civilians in airstrikes pounded the last pockets of Daesh in eastern Deir Ezzor province, activists said Thursday. The strikes targeted on the town of al-Baouz al-Fouqani in the eastern bank of Euphrates River, activist...

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UN Security Council set to vote on protecting Palestinians: Kuwait envoy

UN Security Council set to vote on protecting Palestinians: Kuwait envoy

The U.N. Security Council is expected to vote Thursday at 6 p.m. (2200 GMT) on a draft resolution put forward by Kuwait calling for the protection of Palestinians in Gaza and the West Bank, Kuwait's U.N. ambassador Mansour al-Otaibi said. Diplomats say the United States is expected to block...

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Egypt's central bank says mounting foreign debt at $82.9 billion

Egypt's central bank says mounting foreign debt at $82.9 billion

Egypt's foreign debts reached around $82.9 billion, for the period ending December 2017, rising by 4.9 percent compared to six months earlier, the Central Bank of Egypt revealed in a report on Wednesday. The CBE, however, maintains that the foreign debt to gross domestic product ratio...

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