Daily Archive: Sunday, July 22, 2018

Israel to reopen crossing with Gaza if the calmness maintained
Israeli Minister for Military Affairs Avigdor Lieberman announced that it will reopen its only commercial crossing with the besieged Gaza Strip on Sunday, saying that Saturday seemed to have been “the calmest” day since March 30, when the Great March of Return protests commenced near the fence separating Gaza from the occupied territories.

“If today and tomorrow see a continuation of the situation as it was yesterday, then on Tuesday we will resume routine activity here at Kerem Shalom (border terminal) and return the fishing zone to the …

Full JCPOA implementation is what Europe must do: Larijani
Ali Larijani made the remarks in a meeting with Andreas Schieder, the managing parliamentary leader of the Social Democratic Party in Austria's National Council, in Tehran on Sunday.

The speaker of Iran’s Parliament says European countries must offer their plans for the full implementation of a nuclear agreement signed between Iran and the P5+1 group of countries following withdrawal of the United States …

Telegraph Reports: Tony Blair Is Advising The Saudi Government Under A £9 Million Deal Between The Country And His ‘Institute’
Since he stood down as prime minister, Tony Blair has amassed a personal fortune worth many tens of millions, but he wants more, as this secret deal with Saudi Arabia shows.

TONY BLAIR has amassed a personal fortune since standing down as prime minister – often acting as an adviser to controversial businesses and regimes. But yesterday the hefty fees he charges to act as a …