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If we want Assad down, we won t get far: French FM

If we want Assad down, we won t get far: French FM

 French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius says a diplomatic resolution to Syria’s crisis is impossible without Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.“If we require, even before negotiations start, that Assad step down, we won t get far,” Fabius was quoted as saying in a preview of the French daily Le Figaro’s Tuesday edition. He added that the formation of a national unity government with elements of Assad’s administration is required in

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Greek Orthodox Archbishop: We are united with Muslim brothers in face of Israeli attacks

Greek Orthodox Archbishop: We are united with Muslim brothers in face of Israeli attacks

 Greek Orthodox Archbishop of Sebastia Atallah Hanna visited Wednesday morning the Jerusalemite youths who were injured over the past three days while trying to prevent Israeli settlers and forces’ break-ins into al-Aqsa mosque.During a press conference held shortly after his visit to Makassed Hospital, Archbishop Hanna denounced Israeli escalated attacks on al-Aqsa Mosque and sit-inners.He stressed the urgent need for a real action in

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EC Secretary Blames US, Israel for Displacement of Iraqis, Syrians, Yemenis

EC Secretary Blames US, Israel for Displacement of Iraqis, Syrians, Yemenis

 Secretary of Iran s Expediency Council Mohsen Rezayee voiced concern about the situation of Iraqi, Syrian and Yemeni refugees, and took the US and Israel responsible for their displacement."The US and Israel are the main culprits behind the Yemeni, Syrian and Iraqi people s displacement," Rezayee told reporters in the Central city of Qom on Thursday.He blasted the ignorance of those countries which claim to be advocates of human rights

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‘UK parliament has to consider Netanyahu arrest petition for debate’

‘UK parliament has to consider Netanyahu arrest petition for debate’

 The UK parliament will have to consider a petition for the arrest of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Britain since the number of its signatures has crossed well above the 100,000 mark needed for a parliamentary debate.The petition put up on the parliament website by British citizen Damian Moran says, “Benjamin Netanyahu is to hold talks in London this September. Under international law he should be arrested for war crimes

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Paying the Price: Mideast Chaos Reaches Europe

Paying the Price: Mideast Chaos Reaches Europe

 More than four years ago, Iran s Leader Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei warned the United States, Europe and their regional allies of the high price they would eventually pay for supporting terrorists to affect regime change in Syria.The coalition of regime changers ignored his historic warning then. They are paying the price now:Leaving behind at least five million refugees in Lebanon, Jordan, Turkey and Iraq, some 200,000 refugees - most of

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Iran sanctions removal to promote EU ties: Larijani

Iran sanctions removal to promote EU ties: Larijani

 Iran’s Parliament (Majlis) Speaker Ali Larijani says the removal of bans against Tehran over its nuclear program will create new opportunities for Iran and the European Union (EU) member states to improve trade relations.“The lifting of sanctions can open a new horizon in trade and commercial relations between Iran and the European Union [member states], particularly the Czech Republic,” Larijani said in a meeting with Czech Minister

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Merkel: No Legal Limit to Asylum Seekers Germany Can Take

Merkel: No Legal Limit to Asylum Seekers Germany Can Take

 Chancellor Angela Merkel said Saturday that her country won t stop anyone from seeking asylum, as thousands of migrants desperate to leave Hungary made their way westward to Germany and Austria.German officials recently predicted that up to 800,000 migrants would arrive by the end of the year, many of them refugees fleeing war and persecution in Syria, Iraq and Eritrea."The right to political asylum has no limits on the number of asylum

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Europe Shares the Sin: Toddlers Drowning in the Mediterranean

Europe Shares the Sin: Toddlers Drowning in the Mediterranean

 Europe is finally realizing what it has done to Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria and Libya. Soon it will wake up to the nightmare of Yemen too. It won’t take long.Pundits suggest a mixture of reasons why tens of thousands of refugees pour into countries across Europe. These include poor reception and lack of future in host countries in the Middle East, the wars not getting any better, and the knock-on effect of underfunded UN bodies working with

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Over 100,000 sign online petition calling for Netanyahu’s arrest

Over 100,000 sign online petition calling for Netanyahu’s arrest

 More than 100,000 people in the United Kingdom have now signed a petition demanding the arrest of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for war crimes against Palestinians when he visits London later this month.The petition, which was published on the website of the British Parliament on August 7, calls upon the British government to apprehend the 65-year-old chairman of Israel’s Likud party upon arrival in London next Wednesday for

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Hungarian PM: Refugees Threaten Europe’s Christian Identity

Hungarian PM: Refugees Threaten Europe’s Christian Identity

 Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban warned Thursday that the wave of refugees and migrants coming to Europe and the EU s "failed immigration policy" threaten to undermine the continent s Christian roots."If you re being overrun, you can t accept" migrants, he wrote in German daily Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, adding that most were Muslims, not Christians."We must not forget that those who are coming in have been brought up

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Australia tells Europe: Join ISIS strikes & you’ll solve your migrant problems

Australia tells Europe: Join ISIS strikes & you’ll solve your migrant problems

 Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has called for more European countries to join airstrikes against Islamic State, claiming that bombing will relieve the refugee crisis. Australia has not agreed to an US request to expand its own operations against jihadists into Syria,Bishop said that 40 percent of refugees trying to enter Europe are coming from Syria, suggesting that additional strikes would help reduce that number.“There s more

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3 people injured in attack by armed man on Amsterdam-Paris train

3 people injured in attack by armed man on Amsterdam-Paris train

 An armed man has attacked people on board a train traveling from Amsterdam to Paris, injuring three.The incident occurred on Friday afternoon (1600 GMT) at the rear of a high-speed Thalys train near the northern French city of Arras.The 26-year-old assailant, who was carrying a knife, a handgun and cartridges in addition to his Kalashnikov rifle, was reportedly taken down by two off-duty US marines who were onboard the train and was taken

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