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  • 90% Of Palestinians Distrust Jared Kushner's Peace Plan

    After White House Senior Advisor Jared Kushner unveiled his highly anticipated plan for peace in the Middle East during a two-day economic workshop in Bahrain, it was greeted with derision and exasperation by Arab leaders. The Palestinian leadership boycotted the event while a long list of commentators from Arab countries described the plan as "a colossal waste of time" and "dead on arrival". In fact, as Statista's Niall McCarthy notes, new polling from the Palestinian Center for Policy and...

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  • Trump adviser: 'Iran is very likely a significant spoiler' to Israeli-Palestinian peace plan

    Iranian officials could sabotage U.S. efforts to broker a deal between the Israelis and the Palestinians, according to one of President Trump’s top advisers on the issue.

    Washington Examiner
  • Trump is 'very fond' of Palestinian President Abbas, willing to engage on peace plan: Kushner

    White House adviser Jared Kushner said on Wednesday the United States is willing to engage with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas but hinted a new peace plan might call on Palestinian refugees to settle where they are and not return to lands now in Israel.

  • Honda has a modular EV plan for the US

    Honda might have delighted the European market with details of its cute and compact electric Honda E, but that's no use to American drivers -- the Honda E isn't destined for US soil and even if it was, its top range of 125 miles is pretty useless for
  • Planned US Nuclear Attack Against USSR

    Via, This video is based on the research of Prof. Michel Chossudovsky, Centre for Research on Globalization (CRG); The video was originally released in December 2017 Below is the full text of Professor Chossudovsky’ article published by Global Research According to a secret document datedSeptember 15, 1945, “the Pentagon had envisaged blowing up the Soviet Union  with a coordinated nuclear attack directed against major urban areas. All major cities of the Soviet Union were...

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  • Huawei Planning "Extensive" US Layoffs

    Huawei Technologies Co. is expected to slash hundreds of jobs at a US-based R&D subsidiary, according to the Wall Street Journal.  The 'extensive' layoffs will affect workers at Futurewei Technologies, which employes around 850 people at labs across the country, including California, Texas and Washington State.  The exact number of layoffs couldn't be determined, but one of the people said they were expected to be in the hundreds. Some of Huawei’s Chinese employees in the U.S. were...

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  • Huawei plans Italy investment, US cuts

    Huawei’s Italy chief called on the government to deal with European and non-European 5G suppliers

    Mobile World Live