Regarding Israel's withholding of the Palestinian tax revenues, he said "the Israelis told us that after the Israeli elections that they can talk about this issue". The PA has refused to accept any tax transfers until those funds are restored.
If implemented, the move would be a grave a blow to Palestinian aspirations of a two-state solution based on the 1967 borders.
The former leaders claim, the United States has departed from long standing policies and has "demonstrated a disturbing indifference to Israeli settlement expansion".
Uber filing offers glimpse under its hood ahead of IPO
But now many of those people stand to make millions - if not billions - of dollars as the company roars onto the stock exchange. The company has high hopes for the new service as it readies to take on Netflix and Amazon in the streaming industry.
Global crude output falls in March '19
There is worldwide shortage in the oil market due to the interventions in production by the oil cartel OPEC. That is down 9.4 percent from 10.23 million bpd in February as state-owned refiners began maintenance.
Student, 22, dies after falling 12m from NY clock tower
Fordham's president said in an email to the university community that Monfries would be awarded a posthumous bachelor's degree. A student, named only as Dave, who met Sydney and her friends hours before the tragedy, said: "My roommate was with them".
Truck bombs: Taliban claim attack as spring offensive begins
The Taliban, who frequently exaggerate numbers, claimed to have killed or wounded "more than 200 soldiers, police and militias". It shows "the enemy still seeks to attain its malicious objectives through the use of force", the Taliban said.
Tiger Woods win means million-dollar payday for bettor
But ensuing rounds of 75 and 73 would derail those hopes, leading to a disappointing week for the world's sixth-ranked player . Koepka will tee off at 9:09 a.m. with Webb Simpson and Ian Poulter in his group, according to The Sporting News.
Celtics beat Pacers in game one 84-74
The Celtics did fall 11 points behind early, but this game never felt entirely out of reach until it was Boston in control. The Celtics quickly made it 29-25, but the Pacers answered with six straight to lead 36-25 with 5:15 to go in the second.