🔴 Trump: bambini e genitori immigrati illegalmente non saranno separati. Firmato un ordine esecutivo. Bravo !
🔴 President Trump will meet Queen Elizabeth during his trip to England.
🔴 Trump lists North Korea, Iran and trade as issues he has solved or is solving.
🔴 Just now – As per the White House: President Trump will be signing an executive order ending the separation of families at the border.
🔴 Haze grey and underway.
USS John C Stennis getting underway.
🔴 ÎNALTA CURTE S-A VÂNDUT SRI: A fost desecretizat protocolul demențial încheiat în 2009 de directorul SRI George Maior, Procurorul General Laura Kovesi şi preşedintele Înaltei Curți – Nicolae Popa. Toate mandatele date pe siguranța națională sunt nule, după ce judecātorii ICCJ au renunțat la independența impusă de art. 6 CEDO şi au semnat contract cu SRI. Protocolul demonstrează că judecatorii erau obligați să dea SRI informații din dosare. Culmea, protocolul e încă în vigoare. – Lumea Justiției
🔴 Ci uniamo a tutti coloro i quali chiedono al presidente Trump di interrompere le pratiche di separazione tra gli immigrati clandestini in America ed i figli minori !
🔴 Greek unemployment in 1991: 7.7%
Greek unemployment in 2017: 21.4%
Greeks have lost 1/3 of their purchasing power and 1/4 of their income, 95% of them said they have difficulties getting by and 15% live in extreme poverty. The worse of all: the Greek lost their dignity by joining the EU and eurozone. Greece has been destroyed by the Troika.
🔴 SAA captures Dallafah & Musaykah along important militants supply-line, cutting off last corridor (basalt/offroad) to Lajat by fire. Operations continue southwards through hamlets (contested), seeking to outflank Busr Al-Harir from north.
🔴 Saudi Arabia’s deadline for accepting tenders to dig a 60-kilometre canal that will turn Qatar into an island will be June 25.
Five international companies with expertise in digging canals have so far submitted their tenders for the Salwa canal inside the territories of Saudi Arabia and alongside the Saudi-Qatari borders. The name of the winner will be announced within 90 days and the company will have one year to complete the task, Saudi daily Makkah has reported.
The planned canal, expected to cost SR2.8 billion (Dh2.74 billion), will stretch from Salwa to Khor Al Adeed, and will be 200 metres wide and 15 to 20 metres deep, allowing ships up to 295 metres long and 33 metres wide to navigate it.
Several resorts with private beaches in Salwa, Sakak, Khor Al Adeed and two in Ras Abu Qamees are also being planned.
Seaports will be built in Salwa and in Aqlat Al Zawayed and will complement the one in Ras Abu Qamees.
Marinas for yachts and water sports will be built on the two banks of the canal, making it one of the most attractive in the Gulf region.
The canal will be inside Saudi territory, making it fully Saudi, and will be about one kilometre from the official border with Qatar.
The plan will be presented to relevant entities, including the Ministry of Defence and the Border Police.
The project will be reportedly funded fully by Saudi and UAE private investors and that Egyptian companies with expertise in digging would help with the construction of the canal.
A Saudi military base will be established in the one kilometre separating the Salwa waterway from Qatar, while the remainder will be converted into a waste dump for the Saudi nuclear reactor, which Riyadh plans to build according to best practices and global environmental requirements.
In April, Saudi border guards took control of the Salwa crossing, effectively cutting off Qatar’s only terrestrial link with the outside world. – Gulf News
🔴 Se spune că ar fi în viață…
observați indicarea (vagă) a ariei geografice…
Late last week, a report suggested that wanted terrorist leader Mokhtar Belmokhtar, who has been declared dead at least three times, might still be alive. In this latest twist, a Saudi magazine based in London, El Majaala, is reporting that two militant Islamist leaders arrested in Algeria said Belmokhtar is living somewhere along the lawless border areas of Mali, Niger or Chad.
Experts on Islamist radical movements in Africa said such reports cannot be dismissed.
“I think it’s quite possible he’s still alive,” said John Campbell, a former U.S. ambassador to Nigeria, and a senior fellow for Africa policy studies at the Council on Foreign Relations in Washington.