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JERUSALEM (Reuters) - French President Francois Hollande assured Israel on Sunday that France would continue to oppose an easing of economic sanctions against Iran until it was convinced Tehran had ended a pursuit of nuclear weapons. Hollande's pledge, at the start of a three-day visit to Israel, could help underpin an intensive campaign by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to convince world powers to toughen terms of a proposed nuclear deal with Iran ahead of negotiations reconvening this week in Geneva. "France will not give way on nuclear proliferation," Hollande said at a welcoming ceremony at Tel Aviv airport. #United States #France #Middle East #Israel #French #Friends #editing #iranian #hollande-israel #widely-believed
Jul 22, 2014
No company wants to endure the market and political risk of being among the “most hated” in the world. Also, who would not rather work for a company that is loved, rather than hated—especially if you believe that you’re helping to solve world hunger ...
Jul 21, 2014
During the Destiny Alpha, something unpredictable happened to me: I found myself — a devout and longtime Halo fan — completely disinterested in Bungie's ambitious shooter. The Beta has made me a believer. So what elements changed so drastically betwe...
Jul 22, 2014
See no evil, hear no evil. Cops heard Eric Garner cry that he couldn’t breathe, a recording captured officers violently taking him to the ground and even Mayor de Blasio said he believes the asthmatic father of six was put in a chokehold. But an NYPD...