Daily Archive: Tuesday, July 3, 2018

Iran’s President: Iranians will never give in to foreign pressure
President Rouhani says Iran is 'committed' to non-proliferation as he tries to save nuclear deal after Trump withdrawal.

Iranian president Hassan Rouhani has said he will respect the nuclear deal with world powers as long as the country’s interests are preserved. Speaking in Switzerland alongside President Alain Berset on Tuesday, Rouhani said Iran is “committed” to promises made …

‘It Stinks’: Twitter Called Trump’s Draft Bill To Abandon World Trade Rules The ‘FART Act’
We're halfway through 2018 and we honestly didn't think things could get much more ridiculous. And then we remembered who the US president is.

A report recently published by Axios, reveals that Donald Trump is planning to leave the World Trade Organisation and adopt a new trade bill for the United States. It’s name? The United States Fair and Reciprocal Tariff …

Poll: Majority Of Israelis Believe In A Decisive Military Offensive Against Palestinians
Support for armed struggle has almost doubled among Israelis in the last six months. according to a poll published Thursday that said the rise was most likely linked to US President Donald Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.

As many as 65 percent of Israeli Jews surveyed in a new poll said they believe that Israel must “win a decisive victory in military confrontations with the Palestinians” in order to end the conflict. …

Theresa May Accused Of Treating Her Cabinet Like “Idiots” After Fresh Brexit Threat
The Foreign Secretary has publicly backed Jacob Rees-Mogg and said MPs should be “able to air their views” after the Eurosceptic MP threatened to bring down Theresa May.

Rees-Mogg warned that Theresa May could be forced out of power if she fails to deliver on her Brexit promises. He asked the PM to “stand firm” for what she herself has promised to keep …
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">Because of Israel .. Teachers in Tunisia refuse to correct the material geography
Teachers from Tunisia refused to correct the general secondary examination in geography because of a question in which the name "State of Israel" was mentioned, not the occupying state.

Dozens of professors at the 2018 high school exam correction centers protested the subjects of history and geography in the central Tunisian city of Kasserine because of the inclusion of the term “Israel” in the …