Moscow "calls for the extension of the cessation of hostilities on all Syrian territory for 48 hours", senior Russian military officer Viktor Poznikhir said in a briefing broadcast on state television. There is relative relief. "But the anticipation and concern for the future leaves a lump in my throat". Fear also permeates Aleppo, Syria's once-bustling cultural and economic center that has been largely reduced to rubble.
Quest Integrity Group has partnerships with BP, Chevron and ExxonMobil, the report said. According to Bloomberg , Tesla believes that the email was an oil industry tactic to undermine the electric carmaker's push for sustainable transportation.
The successful conclusion of the agreement, diplomats on both sides said , represents the staying power of a relationship that transcends individual politicians or leaders. It also phases out a past arrangement in which 26 percent of USA military aid goes to Israeli defence firms, to boost the state's home-grown arms industry - another measure staunchly opposed from Jerusalem.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry privately admits he does not think his newly brokered ceasefire with Russian Federation in Syria will work, The New York Times reports. But the opposition's Sabra blamed Damascus, saying the government's insistence on controlling aid was obstructing its delivery to Aleppo under the agreement.
Hillary Clinton was originally scheduled to visit the College of Southern Nevada campus in North Las Vegas on Wednesday. Later on, her campaign said that she had been diagnosed with pneumonia two days earlier but had kept it to herself. The move comes amid unprecedented criticism of the foundation and fears that Mrs. Clinton gave foundation donors special access while she was secretary of state.
On Tuesday, Netanyahu confirmed the deal had been reached but offered no additional comment. The package will provide an average of $3.8 billion a year over the next decade to Israel, already the largest recipient of United States aid, including financing for missile defense systems that defend against rockets fired by groups like Hezbollah and Hamas.