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The transition from division to apportionment does not establish a reconciliation that leads to a national unity, but creates new crises that are a form of division.

The costs of Israeli- Palestinian conflict pdf

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Washington asks the Palestinian negotiator and its political reference to declare his pre-acceptance to enter into negotiations with the Israeli side, and to disregard the rules and objectives of these negotiations, only because the US administration wants that!

The 66 anniversary of Nakba


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Turkeys inflation in November hit its highest annual rate in 14 years at nearly 13 percent, according to official data released Monday

Greece and its euro zone creditors reached a preliminary deal on Saturday on reforms Athens needs to roll out under its bailout program, a move that could pave the way for the country to leave the aid plan in August

S&P Global Ratings lowered Bahrains long-term foreign and local currency sovereign credit ratings to B+ from BB-, prompting Bahrains central bank to reaffirm the countrys currency peg to the US dollar

S&P cuts Bahrain rating to B+

  • 2017-12-02
  • Agencies

S&P Global Ratings on Friday lowered Bahrains long-term foreign and local currency sovereign credit ratings on Bahrain to B+ from BB

Executives from Chinese companies specializing in offering consumers small, easy-to-get loans became something of a fixture on Wall Street this year

Convergence between the euro zones richer and poorer economies appears to be resuming, but income gaps remain huge and the euro has not been a catalyst for reducing inequality, a study published by the European Central Bank showed on Friday

OPEC and allied oil producing-nations are going into meetings amid apparent consensus on extending their output cuts

The EUs chief negotiator in talks over Britains withdrawal from the bloc said Wednesday he hopes to reach agreement on a financial settlement before an EU summit in mid-December but that the two sides are still working to find common ground

A state-owned Nepali power company will develop the Himalayan countrys biggest hydroelectric plant after the government scrapped a deal with a Chinese company, a government official said on Sunday