“We also offer our prayers that the Lord will enlighten and sustain him in the service of his country, and at the service of world peace and prosperity.” Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi spoke to Donald Trump on the telephone on Wednesday, congratulating him on his victory in the U. presidential election and seeking to foster closer diplomatic ties, an Egyptian presidency statement said.
TEL AVIV – In light of President-elect Donald Trump’s abandonment of the two-state solution, and to “remove the blemish of the previous administration,” a member of Knesset from Israel’s rightwing Jewish Home party is calling for new settlement construction. The communist government of Cuba announced Wednesday that it would begin “five days of nationwide military exercises” to “materialize the doctrine of All People’s War,” according to the state propaganda arm.
The administration of outgoing President Barack Obama has committed foreign policy and economic failures driving the United States into its demise, predicts state-controlled media in communist North Korea, noting that the American leader failed to deliver the “great change” he promised.
We would like to offer our congratulations to the new President, wishing him a truly fruitful mandate,” Cardinal Parolin said in an interview released by Vatican Radio.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte congratulated American President-Elect Donald Trump on separate occasions Wednesday morning, once in an official presidential statement and again in casual remarks in which he expressed joy at how “alike” he finds Trump and himself to be.
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The Sunday Times of London scored an interview with Syrian dictator Bashar Assad over the weekend and found him utterly devoid of regret for his brutal actions in the Syrian civil war, which has killed some 400,000 Syrians and driven millions more out of the country.The Islamic State has taken hundreds of hostages as it falls back into its Iraqi stronghold of Mosul, bolstering its inventory of civilian human shields with 295 Iraqi Security Forces troops kidnapped last week.