News Updates – November 10th 2014

Russia Herald

US Alarmed Over Reports of Russian Buildup in E. Ukraine

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International Business Times

Israel: Arabs in Favour of Palestinian State ‘Can Move to Gaza’ says PM Netanyahu

Israeli Arabs who are against Israel and in favour of the creation of a Palestinian state can move to Palestinian territory or Gaza, Israel’s Prime Minister has said. Benjamin Netanyahu made the comment after a Palestinian man stabbed an Israeli soldier in Tel-Aviv. Police said it could be a possible terrorist attack. “To all those who demonstrate against Israel and in favour of a Palestinian state, I say something simple: I invite you to move there; we won’t give you any problem,” Netanyahu said, during a meeting of the Likud Knesset faction. “The terrorists incite and want to evict us from everywhere,” he said. “They don’t want us in Jerusalem, not in Tel Aviv and not anywhere”.

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Thomson Reuters Foundation

Egypt considers tighter curbs on media coverage of military

CAIRO, Nov 10 (Reuters) – Egypt is drafting a law tightening restrictions on media coverage of the armed forces, government and judicial sources said, alarming journalists who believe this would end three years of relative press freedom. One source played down any threat to freedoms won after the 2011 overthrow of autocrat Hosni Mubarak, saying legislation under discussion would restrict only reporting that endangers national security while Egypt fights Islamist militants. But journalists fear that if implemented, it would end general coverage of the military which as the main pillar of the Egyptian state wields major political and economic influence.

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Thomson Reuters Foundation

Syria’s Assad says UN envoy’s local ceasefire bid “worth studying” -state media

BEIRUT, Nov 10 (Reuters) – Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said on Monday that a proposal by an international peace mediator to implement local ceasefires starting in the northern city of Aleppo was “worth studying”, state media said. United Nations Syria mediator Staffan de Mistura has cited the northern city of Aleppo as an obvious candidate for “incremental freeze zones” to stop localised fighting and allow better access to aid. “(Assad) considered the de Mistura initiative worth studying and trying to work on in order to attain its aims to return security to the city of Aleppo,” the state news agency said.

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