The tweet reportedly accused Israel of trying to sabotage Tuesday’s summit in Singapore between President Trump and Kim Jong Un.
A mayor from Brussels said he would like to block organizers from holding an event that Jewish groups called a “summit meeting for anti-Semites.”
Iran gave an upbeat assessment of two days of nuclear talks with world powers that ended on Wednesday, but Western officials said Tehran must start taking concrete steps to ease mounting concerns about its atomic activity.
Is the Arab Spring set to turn into an Islamist Winter? At the world summit of the International Institute for Counter-Terrorism, Israeli Home Front Minister Avi Dichter has warned that the Muslim Brotherhood is using the Arab Spring to create an Islamic caliphate. He said that last year’s revolutions in Tunisia and Egypt and the ongoing uprising in Syria will threaten Jordan and other Arab countries, mentioning that the ‘Muslim Brotherhood already has an outpost in the Palestinian territories in the form of Hamas’. Dichter went on to state that the fall of Assad’s regime is inevitable and that whatever takes its place could have serious consequences for Syria’s western neighbours, Jordan and Lebanon.
After weeks of absence, Ethiopia announced the death of long-serving Prime Minister Meles Zenawi after he succumbed to an undisclosed illness. The 57-year-old Meles, seen by the opposition as an autocratic leader who tolerated no dissent but regarded by the West as a bulwark against Islamic militancy, died on late on Monday in a Brussels hospital, officials said. Speculation that Meles was seriously ill arose after he failed to attend an African Union summit last month.