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Israel announces ‘closed military zone’ near Gaza border

November 9, 2017 Middle East Monitor 0

The Israeli occupation authorities announced on Wednesday that the area near the border of the Gaza Strip is now a “closed military zone”, Quds Press has reported. Israeli citizens are now forbidden from approaching or entering the zone. The decision was taken because Israel is afraid of surprise attacks by Palestinians following its bombing of a tunnel which killed 12 Palestinians on 30 October. Immediately after the bombing, Israel declared the area to be a closed military zone, but on 5 November, that decision was rescinded. No details have been given about why the Commander of Southern District in the Israeli Army, Major General Eyal Zamir, has announced that the area is again a closed military zone. Palestinian civil defence […]

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Bitcoin Developer Peter Todd on SegWit2x Cancellation: “Millions of Dollars Wasted”

November 9, 2017 Joseph Young 0

Highly regarded Bitcoin Core developer and cryptocurrency consultant Peter Todd has criticized the cancellation of the SegWit2x hard fork and the “waste” of resources used throughout the development of the software. Cancellation of SegWit2x On November 8, the development and deployment of the SegWit2x hard fork were officially terminated, with the release of an official … Continue reading Bitcoin Developer Peter Todd on SegWit2x Cancellation: “Millions of Dollars Wasted”

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Arab League chief rejects attempts to sow unrest in Lebanon

November 9, 2017 Middle East Monitor 0

The Arab League chief has condemned any attempts to instigate unrest and spread tension and strife in Lebanon, calling on all Lebanese parties to uphold the country’s interests over any other considerations. Arab League Secretary General spokesman, Mahmoud Afifi, said Secretary-General Ahmed Aboul Gheit held a series of telephone calls with Lebanese President Michel Aoun outgoing Prime Minister Saad Hariri and Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri to discuss with them the possible repercussions of Hariri’s resignation. Aboul Gheit expressed hope that Lebanon will overcome the current crisis without affecting the country’s peace or stability. Last Saturday, in a televised broadcast from Saudi Arabia, Lebanon’s prime minister unexpectedly resigned. Hariri blamed Iran and Hezbollah for his decision and alluded to information about […]

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Al-Bashir: People are trying to distort Sudan’s history

November 9, 2017 Middle East Monitor 0

Sudanese President Omar Al-Bashir yesterday accused unnamed parties of attempting to distort and falsify his country’s history. “Some entities organise systematic campaigns to falsify Sudanese history and civilisation because of the historical, geographical and cultural dimension enjoyed by our country,” Al- Bashir said during a visit to the Sudanese National Museum in the capital Khartoum. The president announced the formation of a government committee to address the problems facing the local tourism sector and its development and rehabilitation. He added that the government is working to restore the Sudanese antiquities which are abroad or to compel international museums to highlight their ownership. In March, the Sudanese Information Minister and government spokesman, Ahmed Bilal, announced that a number of Sudanese history […]

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Tim Draper Predicts Using Fiat Currencies in Five Years Will Be Laughable

November 9, 2017 Jamie Redman 0

Tim Draper Predicts Using Fiat Currencies in Five Years Will Be LaughableAfter making a prediction that bitcoin would be $10K by 2018, the American venture capitalist, Tim Draper, is still bullish about cryptocurrencies. In fact, Draper believes digital assets like bitcoin will be so prominent that using fiat currencies in five years will be considered laughable. Also Read: The World’s Largest FX Exchange Hopes to Tame […]

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Bitcoin Price Watch; Here Are This Morning’s Key Levels

November 9, 2017 Samuel Rae 0

It is early Wednesday morning in Europe and we are about to kick off our day of trading in the bitcoin price. Things have been extremely volatile over the last 24 hours against a backdrop of some fundamental inputs (we are looking at you, SegWit2X) which wasn’t unexpected, but the specific impact of the inputs … Continue reading Bitcoin Price Watch; Here Are This Morning’s Key Levels

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