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  • Not quite what it seems: Japan’s strong growth masks problems Better-than-expected economic growth in Japan in the first quarter of this year could give Prime Minister Shinzo Abe enough political cover to push through a controversial proposal to hike the country's sales tax, analysts say. But beneath the rosy headline figure lie some troubling statistics. Japan's gross domestic product grew by 2.1 percent in the first three months of 2019, compared to the same period last year, according to the government's preliminary estimate. Analysts had predicted a slight contraction in the economy after GDP grew by 1.6 percent in the October-to-December quarter.  The government wants to increase the sales tax from eight percent to 10 percent - a politically charged issue. "The data is certainly much stronger than expected and will help the government to reiterate the success of Mr. Abe's signature economic policy of Abenomics. This is crucial for him as he prepares for the upper house elections in July," Waqas Adenwala, an analyst at The Economist Intelligence Unit, told Al Jazeera. But spending by both individuals and companies fell. Exports declined 2.4 percent from the previous quarter and recorded their biggest fall since 2015. Imports fell by 4.6 percent. "The quarter recorded a fall in Japan's imports, especially petroleum products. By the beginning of the year, nine nuclear reactors were fully operational in Japan. This has helped Japan to increase its energy self-sufficiency and be less reliant on imported fuel for power generation," said Adenwala. "Exports fell during the quarter, and given how export-oriented Japan's economy is, this is a major concern for some of the country's biggest manufacturers." Adenwala feels that higher investment by the government has been the key driver of growth. "The government introduced another supplementary budget at the start of the year and as part of precautionary measures against natural ...Read more on www.234radio.com #news, #worldnews
  • Not quite what it seems: Japan’s strong growth masks problems Better-than-expected economic growth in Japan in the first quarter of this year could give Prime Minister Shinzo Abe enough political cover to push through a controversial proposal to hike the country's sales tax, analysts say. But beneath the rosy headline figure lie some troubling statistics. Japan's gross domestic product grew by 2.1 percent in the first three months of 2019, compared to the same period last year, according to the government's preliminary estimate. Analysts had predicted a slight contraction in the economy after GDP grew by 1.6 percent in the October-to-December quarter.  The government wants to increase the sales tax from eight percent to 10 percent - a politically charged issue. "The data is certainly much stronger than expected and will help the government to reiterate the success of Mr. Abe's signature economic policy of Abenomics. This is crucial for him as he prepares for the upper house elections in July," Waqas Adenwala, an analyst at The Economist Intelligence Unit, told Al Jazeera. But spending by both individuals and companies fell. Exports declined 2.4 percent from the previous quarter and recorded their biggest fall since 2015. Imports fell by 4.6 percent. "The quarter recorded a fall in Japan's imports, especially petroleum products. By the beginning of the year, nine nuclear reactors were fully operational in Japan. This has helped Japan to increase its energy self-sufficiency and be less reliant on imported fuel for power generation," said Adenwala. "Exports fell during the quarter, and given how export-oriented Japan's economy is, this is a major concern for some of the country's biggest manufacturers." Adenwala feels that higher investment by the government has been the key driver of growth. "The government introduced another supplementary budget at the start of the year and as part of precautionary measures against natural ...Read more on www.234radio.com #news, #worldnews
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  • DR Congo: Prominent opposition leader Katumbi returns from exile A large crowd lined the streets of the provincial headquarters to welcome Katumbi  Prominent Congolese businessman and one-time presidential hopeful Moise Katumbi has returned home after three years in political exile. Katumbi, who said he feared for his life under the regime of former President Joseph Kabila, arrived in his hometown of Lubumbashi on Monday and stepped out of his private jet dressed in all white. Katumbi had been sentenced in absentia to three years in prison on real estate fraud charges he said were politically motivated. At one point he had accused the government of trying to poison him, an allegation it denied. In April, a court in the capital Kinshasa annulled the prison sentence enabling him to return from exile in Belgium. Al Jazeera's Catherine Wambua-Soi, reporting from Lumbubashi, said large crowds lined the streets of the provincial headquarters to welcome Katumbi. "Thousands came to the airport to receive Katumbi. He creates political excitement. He has said he will register a political party and go around the country selling his agenda," said Soi. Katumbi was barred from taking part in the presidential election to replace Kabila last year. ...Read more on www.234radio.com #news, #worldnews
  • DR Congo: Prominent opposition leader Katumbi returns from exile A large crowd lined the streets of the provincial headquarters to welcome Katumbi Prominent Congolese businessman and one-time presidential hopeful Moise Katumbi has returned home after three years in political exile. Katumbi, who said he feared for his life under the regime of former President Joseph Kabila, arrived in his hometown of Lubumbashi on Monday and stepped out of his private jet dressed in all white. Katumbi had been sentenced in absentia to three years in prison on real estate fraud charges he said were politically motivated. At one point he had accused the government of trying to poison him, an allegation it denied. In April, a court in the capital Kinshasa annulled the prison sentence enabling him to return from exile in Belgium. Al Jazeera's Catherine Wambua-Soi, reporting from Lumbubashi, said large crowds lined the streets of the provincial headquarters to welcome Katumbi. "Thousands came to the airport to receive Katumbi. He creates political excitement. He has said he will register a political party and go around the country selling his agenda," said Soi. Katumbi was barred from taking part in the presidential election to replace Kabila last year. ...Read more on www.234radio.com #news, #worldnews
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  • Qatar says no invitation to emergency summits in Saudi Arabia Qatar has been blockaded by Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain and Egypt since June 2017.  Qatar has not received an invitation to two summits, a foreign ministry official said, in apparent reference to emergency meetings of Gulf and Arab leaders in Saudi Arabia earmarked for this month after attacks on Saudi oil assets. On Sunday, Saudi King Salman proposed holding the two summits in Mecca on May 30 to discuss the implications of last week's drone attacks on oil installations in the kingdom and attacks on four vessels, including two Saudi oil tankers, off the coast of the United Arab Emirates. "Qatar, which is still isolated from its neighbours, did not receive an invitation to attend the two summits," the director of the Foreign Ministry Information Office said in a tweet on Monday, citing State Minister for Foreign Affairs Soltan bin Saad al-Muraikhi. Riyadh has accused Tehran of ordering last week's drone attacks on two oil pumping stations in the kingdom, claimed by Yemen's Houthi group. Iran denied it was behind the attacks and a senior Iranian military commander was quoted as saying his country is not looking for war. "The current critical circumstances entail a unified Arab and Gulf stance towards the besetting challenges and risks," the UAE's foreign ministry said on Sunday. Qatar has been blockaded by Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain and Egypt since June 2017. The quartet cut off diplomatic and economic ties after accusing Doha of having close ties with regional rival Iran and harbouring "terrorism" - allegations Qatar vehemently denies. Threats not defined The recent tensions in the region have come against the backdrop of Washington tightening economic sanctions against Iran after pulling out of the 2015 nuclear agreement, and trying to cut Tehran's oil exports to zero. ...Read more on www.234radio.com #news, #worldnews
  • Qatar says no invitation to emergency summits in Saudi Arabia Qatar has been blockaded by Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain and Egypt since June 2017. Qatar has not received an invitation to two summits, a foreign ministry official said, in apparent reference to emergency meetings of Gulf and Arab leaders in Saudi Arabia earmarked for this month after attacks on Saudi oil assets. On Sunday, Saudi King Salman proposed holding the two summits in Mecca on May 30 to discuss the implications of last week's drone attacks on oil installations in the kingdom and attacks on four vessels, including two Saudi oil tankers, off the coast of the United Arab Emirates. "Qatar, which is still isolated from its neighbours, did not receive an invitation to attend the two summits," the director of the Foreign Ministry Information Office said in a tweet on Monday, citing State Minister for Foreign Affairs Soltan bin Saad al-Muraikhi. Riyadh has accused Tehran of ordering last week's drone attacks on two oil pumping stations in the kingdom, claimed by Yemen's Houthi group. Iran denied it was behind the attacks and a senior Iranian military commander was quoted as saying his country is not looking for war. "The current critical circumstances entail a unified Arab and Gulf stance towards the besetting challenges and risks," the UAE's foreign ministry said on Sunday. Qatar has been blockaded by Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain and Egypt since June 2017. The quartet cut off diplomatic and economic ties after accusing Doha of having close ties with regional rival Iran and harbouring "terrorism" - allegations Qatar vehemently denies. Threats not defined The recent tensions in the region have come against the backdrop of Washington tightening economic sanctions against Iran after pulling out of the 2015 nuclear agreement, and trying to cut Tehran's oil exports to zero. ...Read more on www.234radio.com #news, #worldnews
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  • Gunmen target policemen in deadly Kabul checkpoint attack Two attackers were killed in the assault, according to Interior Ministry's spokesperson Nusrat Rahimi  Taliban fighters have stormed a police checkpoint in Afghanistan's capital Kabul, killing at least three police officers and wounding three more. The attackers threw hand grenades before opening fire at the police in Sunday night's attack in the Doghabad area, said Kabul police spokesperson Basir Mujahid. Two attackers were killed in the assault, according to Interior Ministry's spokesperson Nusrat Rahimi. The Taliban has stepped up attacks on security installations, even as it holds direct negotiations with officials from the United States to end the 17-year war in Afghanistan. The group refuses to talk to the Afghan government which it dismisses as a "US puppet". Fighting continues across the country with the Taliban controlling or influencing more territory than ever since its removal by US-led troops. The US has about 14,000 troops in Afghanistan as part of a NATO-led mission, known as Resolute Support, that trains and assists Afghan security forces in their battle against the Taliban and other groups. Separately, a provincial official in southern Helmand province said at least seven civilians were killed and three wounded in an air attacks in Greshk district late on Sunday. It's unclear who carried out the attack. According to findings from the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) released last month, at least 305 civilians were killed by pro-government forces between January and March, 52.5 percent of all deaths in that period. Casualties caused by pro-government forces - 305 deaths and 303 injuries - were up 39 percent from the same period last year. The report singled out a sharp uptick in casualties caused by search operations, especially those carried out by Afghan intelligence service special forces, or the Khost protection force, both supported by international troops, ...Read more on www.234radio.com #news, #worldnews
  • Gunmen target policemen in deadly Kabul checkpoint attack Two attackers were killed in the assault, according to Interior Ministry's spokesperson Nusrat Rahimi Taliban fighters have stormed a police checkpoint in Afghanistan's capital Kabul, killing at least three police officers and wounding three more. The attackers threw hand grenades before opening fire at the police in Sunday night's attack in the Doghabad area, said Kabul police spokesperson Basir Mujahid. Two attackers were killed in the assault, according to Interior Ministry's spokesperson Nusrat Rahimi. The Taliban has stepped up attacks on security installations, even as it holds direct negotiations with officials from the United States to end the 17-year war in Afghanistan. The group refuses to talk to the Afghan government which it dismisses as a "US puppet". Fighting continues across the country with the Taliban controlling or influencing more territory than ever since its removal by US-led troops. The US has about 14,000 troops in Afghanistan as part of a NATO-led mission, known as Resolute Support, that trains and assists Afghan security forces in their battle against the Taliban and other groups. Separately, a provincial official in southern Helmand province said at least seven civilians were killed and three wounded in an air attacks in Greshk district late on Sunday. It's unclear who carried out the attack. According to findings from the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) released last month, at least 305 civilians were killed by pro-government forces between January and March, 52.5 percent of all deaths in that period. Casualties caused by pro-government forces - 305 deaths and 303 injuries - were up 39 percent from the same period last year. The report singled out a sharp uptick in casualties caused by search operations, especially those carried out by Afghan intelligence service special forces, or the Khost protection force, both supported by international troops, ...Read more on www.234radio.com #news, #worldnews
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  • Saudi diplomat rejects activist's allegation he's a target Arab pro-democracy campaigner Iyad el-Baghdadi attends a news conference in Oslo  A senior Saudi official says the kingdom has no information about an Arab activist living in Norway who says the CIA tipped off Norwegian security about a threat against him emanating from Saudi Arabia. Responding to a question during a press conference in Saudi Arabia on Sunday, Adel al-Jubeir, the minister of state for foreign affairs, claimed he had never heard of Iyad el-Baghdadi. Al-Jubeir, however, then said el-Baghdadi's motivation for speaking out publicly could be "to obtain permanent residency in some country". "But with regards to us, we don't have any information about him," al-Jubeir added. El-Baghdadi, who won prominence during the 2011 Arab uprisings and has written critically of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, has lived in political asylum in Oslo since 2015. He said that on April 25 the Norwegian security services took him to a secure location and told him of the possible threat against him. Much of el-Baghdadi's work over the past two years has focused on human rights in Saudi Arabia, particularly after the killing last October of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. The Palestinian-born activist says his work investigating possible Saudi crimes have made him a target. El-Baghdadi responded on Twitter, where he has more than 130,000 followers, saying that for the record, "I have no immigration struggles (anymore), I was granted asylum by Norway four years ago." ...Read more on www.234radio.com #news, #worldnews
  • Saudi diplomat rejects activist's allegation he's a target Arab pro-democracy campaigner Iyad el-Baghdadi attends a news conference in Oslo A senior Saudi official says the kingdom has no information about an Arab activist living in Norway who says the CIA tipped off Norwegian security about a threat against him emanating from Saudi Arabia. Responding to a question during a press conference in Saudi Arabia on Sunday, Adel al-Jubeir, the minister of state for foreign affairs, claimed he had never heard of Iyad el-Baghdadi. Al-Jubeir, however, then said el-Baghdadi's motivation for speaking out publicly could be "to obtain permanent residency in some country". "But with regards to us, we don't have any information about him," al-Jubeir added. El-Baghdadi, who won prominence during the 2011 Arab uprisings and has written critically of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, has lived in political asylum in Oslo since 2015. He said that on April 25 the Norwegian security services took him to a secure location and told him of the possible threat against him. Much of el-Baghdadi's work over the past two years has focused on human rights in Saudi Arabia, particularly after the killing last October of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. The Palestinian-born activist says his work investigating possible Saudi crimes have made him a target. El-Baghdadi responded on Twitter, where he has more than 130,000 followers, saying that for the record, "I have no immigration struggles (anymore), I was granted asylum by Norway four years ago." ...Read more on www.234radio.com #news, #worldnews
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  • Iran slams 'genocidal taunts' by US, increases uranium production Iran's Mohammad Javad Zarif said US' 'economic terrorism and genocidal taunts won't end Iran'. A top Iranian official has called on the United States to address Tehran with respect, not threat of war, a day after US President Donald Trump issued an ominous warning to Tehran on Twitter.  The war of words on Monday came as the semi-official Tasnim news agency announced Iran has increased by fourfold the rate of low-enriched uranium production in line with its decision to scale back some of its commitments under the 2015 Iran nuclear deal. "Iranians have stood tall for millennia while aggressors all gone. Economic terrorism and genocidal taunts won't 'end Iran'," Mohammad Javad Zarif, Iran's foreign minister, wrote on Twitter. "Never threaten an Iranian. Try respect - it works!" The riposte followed a Twitter post by Trump, who told Iran not to threaten the US, saying it would face its "official end" if it wants "to fight". He did not clarify what threats he meant.  Relations between Washington and Tehran plummeted a year ago when Trump pulled out of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), which offered Iran sanctions relief in exchange for curbs on its nuclear programme.  Since exiting the international deal, Trump has tightened sanctions on Tehran, which denounced the punishing measures as "economic terrorism". Iran's President Hassan Rouhani responded earlier this month saying his country would no longer observe limits on its stockpiles of low-enriched uranium. Under the deal, Tehran was allowed to stockpile a maximum of 300 kg of low-enriched uranium, and ship any excess out of the country for storage or sale. The agreement also allowed Iran to enrich uranium at 3.67 percent - a rate suitable for civilian nuclear power generation, but far below the 90 percent of weapons grade. Tehran has threatened to gradually ...Read more on www.234radio.com #news, #worldnews
  • Iran slams 'genocidal taunts' by US, increases uranium production Iran's Mohammad Javad Zarif said US' 'economic terrorism and genocidal taunts won't end Iran'. A top Iranian official has called on the United States to address Tehran with respect, not threat of war, a day after US President Donald Trump issued an ominous warning to Tehran on Twitter.  The war of words on Monday came as the semi-official Tasnim news agency announced Iran has increased by fourfold the rate of low-enriched uranium production in line with its decision to scale back some of its commitments under the 2015 Iran nuclear deal. "Iranians have stood tall for millennia while aggressors all gone. Economic terrorism and genocidal taunts won't 'end Iran'," Mohammad Javad Zarif, Iran's foreign minister, wrote on Twitter. "Never threaten an Iranian. Try respect - it works!" The riposte followed a Twitter post by Trump, who told Iran not to threaten the US, saying it would face its "official end" if it wants "to fight". He did not clarify what threats he meant.  Relations between Washington and Tehran plummeted a year ago when Trump pulled out of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), which offered Iran sanctions relief in exchange for curbs on its nuclear programme.  Since exiting the international deal, Trump has tightened sanctions on Tehran, which denounced the punishing measures as "economic terrorism". Iran's President Hassan Rouhani responded earlier this month saying his country would no longer observe limits on its stockpiles of low-enriched uranium. Under the deal, Tehran was allowed to stockpile a maximum of 300 kg of low-enriched uranium, and ship any excess out of the country for storage or sale. The agreement also allowed Iran to enrich uranium at 3.67 percent - a rate suitable for civilian nuclear power generation, but far below the 90 percent of weapons grade. Tehran has threatened to gradually ...Read more on www.234radio.com #news, #worldnews
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  • CNBC:
--Google has suspended business activity with Huawei that involves the transfer of hardware, software and key technical services. --That means Huawei will not be able to license the Android operating system complete with Google services and will instead have to use an open-source version. --Analysts said that could cause big problems for the company internationally, where nearly half of its smartphone shipments go.
Other Huawei suppliers, including Qualcomm and Intel, reportedly told employees they will not sell to the Chinese firm until further notice. 🔝Follow us for more news right in your Instastories!📰🗞️😎#worldnewsdaily #worldnews #instanews #news#huawei #huaweip30pro #businessnews #business #smartphone #uschinatradewar #trump #china
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    --Google has suspended business activity with Huawei that involves the transfer of hardware, software and key technical services. --That means Huawei will not be able to license the Android operating system complete with Google services and will instead have to use an open-source version. --Analysts said that could cause big problems for the company internationally, where nearly half of its smartphone shipments go.
    Other Huawei suppliers, including Qualcomm and Intel, reportedly told employees they will not sell to the Chinese firm until further notice. 🔝Follow us for more news right in your Instastories!📰🗞️😎 #worldnewsdaily #worldnews #instanews #news #huawei #huaweip30pro #businessnews #business #smartphone #uschinatradewar #trump #china
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  • அமெரிக்காவுக்கும் இரானுக்கும் இடையே போர் ஏற்பட்டால், அத்துடன் இரான் மொத்தமாக அழிந்துவிடும் என்று அதிபர் டொனால்டு டிரம்ப் எச்சரிக்கை விடுத்துள்ளார். #thalaiaruyouthmedia  #thalaiaru  #donaldtrumb  #america #iran #worldnews
  • அமெரிக்காவுக்கும் இரானுக்கும் இடையே போர் ஏற்பட்டால், அத்துடன் இரான் மொத்தமாக அழிந்துவிடும் என்று அதிபர் டொனால்டு டிரம்ப் எச்சரிக்கை விடுத்துள்ளார். #thalaiaruyouthmedia #thalaiaru #donaldtrumb #america #iran #worldnews
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Your daily QUICK NEWS UPDATES (headline postings only) involving Israel and those involved. Please support and pray for those IDF and Israeli intelligence men and women serving faithfully to continue courageously with their formidable daily tasks, as well as for the leaders of Israel!
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➡Note: The "House of Judah" and the "Lost Sheep of the House of Israel" have started to shake hands after 2,700 years of separation FULFILLING PROPHECY, now that Jerusalem is also being acknowledge❗
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➡Beloved PRESIDENT TRUMP, his family and his administration play a 'major role' in this prophetic event and we dearly solute and thank you!
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➡Notzrim is the modern Hebrew word for CHRISTIANS. In Jer 31:6 EPHRAIM, who is the TEN TRIBE 'HOUSE OF ISRAEL', would be called Notzrim in Hebrew in the future according to prophecy. The root of Notzrim means 'Watchmen' as stated in this verse. The word translated as Watchmen, does not apply to the House of Judah, ONLY to Ephraim, who is the 'House of Israel'. Jeremiah was in fact prophesying that the TEN TRIBES in the latter times WOULD BE CHRISTIANS, and as such would be Judah's ALLY, exactly as President Trump is doing with President Netanyahu, and not Judah's adversary!  For more info click here  @top10disappearances
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🔹This is the first formal open dialogue between the Two Houses, where the Prodigal Son and the Son in the House are now talking again❗
🔹YOU are now Commonwealth of Israel 'family' and undeniably prophecy in the making❗
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☝We plea with you to be sensitive, patient, tolerant, and to bear fruit for this remarkable eventuality. Shalom
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  • Your daily QUICK NEWS UPDATES (headline postings only) involving Israel and those involved. Please support and pray for those IDF and Israeli intelligence men and women serving faithfully to continue courageously with their formidable daily tasks, as well as for the leaders of Israel!
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    ➡Note: The "House of Judah" and the "Lost Sheep of the House of Israel" have started to shake hands after 2,700 years of separation FULFILLING PROPHECY, now that Jerusalem is also being acknowledge❗
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    ➡Beloved PRESIDENT TRUMP, his family and his administration play a 'major role' in this prophetic event and we dearly solute and thank you!
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    ➡Notzrim is the modern Hebrew word for CHRISTIANS. In Jer 31:6 EPHRAIM, who is the TEN TRIBE 'HOUSE OF ISRAEL', would be called Notzrim in Hebrew in the future according to prophecy. The root of Notzrim means 'Watchmen' as stated in this verse. The word translated as Watchmen, does not apply to the House of Judah, ONLY to Ephraim, who is the 'House of Israel'. Jeremiah was in fact prophesying that the TEN TRIBES in the latter times WOULD BE CHRISTIANS, and as such would be Judah's ALLY, exactly as President Trump is doing with President Netanyahu, and not Judah's adversary!  For more info click here  @top10disappearances
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    🔹This is the first formal open dialogue between the Two Houses, where the Prodigal Son and the Son in the House are now talking again❗
    🔹YOU are now Commonwealth of Israel 'family' and undeniably prophecy in the making❗
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    ☝We plea with you to be sensitive, patient, tolerant, and to bear fruit for this remarkable eventuality. Shalom
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    #newsonline #prophecy #endtimes #christiansunitedforisrael #israelidefenseforces #israelispecialforces #russiaenglishnews #mossad #idf #breakingnews #associatedpress #worldnews #idfgirls #israelnavy #kravmaga #jerusalempost #haaretz #jewishnews #newsday #newsfeed #newsvlru #israelnews #instagramnews #israelpolice #israeltoday #jerusalemdaily
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  • Let’s be the change together.
  • Let’s be the change together.
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  • Reuters: The resignations, involving Kommersant’s entire political staff, highlight tensions between publishers and newspaper staff in Russia’s closely-controlled media landscape, which is dominated by pro-Kremlin state outlets. The two reporters, Ivan Safronov and Maxim Ivanov, said they had been forced to quit after Kommersant’s publishing house - owned by billionaire businessman Alisher Usmanov - took umbrage at an article they authored last month. 🔝Follow us for more news right in your Instastories!📰🗞️😎#worldnewsdaily #worldnews #instanews #news #putin #russia #kommersant
  • Reuters: The resignations, involving Kommersant’s entire political staff, highlight tensions between publishers and newspaper staff in Russia’s closely-controlled media landscape, which is dominated by pro-Kremlin state outlets. The two reporters, Ivan Safronov and Maxim Ivanov, said they had been forced to quit after Kommersant’s publishing house - owned by billionaire businessman Alisher Usmanov - took umbrage at an article they authored last month. 🔝Follow us for more news right in your Instastories!📰🗞️😎 #worldnewsdaily #worldnews #instanews #news #putin #russia #kommersant
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  • Reuters: Chinese telecoms equipment maker Huawei has a long list of American suppliers, potentially putting the firm at risk of a ZTE-style supply ban after the arrest of its CFO in Canada, who faces accusations that she misled multinational banks about Huawei's control of a company operating in Iran. 🔝Follow us for more news right in your Instastories!📰🗞️😎#worldnewsdaily #worldnews #instanews #news #economics #economy #huawei #uschinatradewar #qualcomm
  • Reuters: Chinese telecoms equipment maker Huawei has a long list of American suppliers, potentially putting the firm at risk of a ZTE-style supply ban after the arrest of its CFO in Canada, who faces accusations that she misled multinational banks about Huawei's control of a company operating in Iran. 🔝Follow us for more news right in your Instastories!📰🗞️😎 #worldnewsdaily #worldnews #instanews #news #economics #economy #huawei #uschinatradewar #qualcomm
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