Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan named a new ambassador to Israel on Wednesday, reciprocating a move by the Israelis a day earlier - steps towards restoring diplomatic ties between the once-close allies that broke down in 2010. Mr Erdogan described the decision by Pakistan as "very pleasing". The educational network has been operating in Pakistan since 1995 and educates thousands of students in its schools in major Pakistani cities.
President Rivlin is on a state visit to India on the invitation of President Pranab Mukherjee. And Rivlin's visit completes the protocol requirements for a visit from Israel before Modi travels there. "We agreed to intensify our cooperation to combat the forces of extremism and radicalisation that threaten all peace loving nations", he said. "We also prioritised practical and specific engagement such as in the cyber domain".
The Trump administration also plans to attempt to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement with Canada and Mexico, which the president-elect has labeled the "worst trade deal in history". jobs at risk. A former USA trade representative, Sen. Makoto Hamaguchi of the Democratic Party said, "Now that it is increasingly possible the TPP will not take effect, I can not understand why Japan is going forward with procedures without any change in direction".
The final vote count for 2016 has many scrutinizing Donald Trump's popular vote since Hillary Clinton's popular vote is now highest in the 2016 recount. Days before the election, the Monitor's David Iaconangelo reported on the American people's feelings towards the presidency and election. I'll root for them again but I kept wishing LeBron would just focus more on his jumping up and down for the Cleveland Indians.
USA -led coalition warplanes provided air cover for the long-awaited campaign to liberate the city, which began Sunday. The push to drive IS out of Mosul , Iraq's second largest city, slowed in recent days. She added: "They've been knocking on people's doors and asking for their boys". The Sunni extremists frequently launch attacks targeting Iraq's security forces and civilians in public areas.
Yet others believe the blame begins with Clinton and her campaign. No one person has emerged yet, but they're looking for new leadership. Since the overall economy was doing relatively well - and certainly Wall Street was making money - she like many others assume that the economy wasn't really a factor in the election.