The Ministry of Finance in the Gaza Strip announced today that it will pay the salaries of employees for the month of September on Thursday. “The salaries of employees will be increased by 50 per cent for the month of September and at a minimum of 1,400 Israeli shekels [$399],” the ministry said in a statement. Some 40,000 Hamas-appointed employees receive salaries from Gaza’s Ministry of Finance several years ago however this was stopped by the Palestinian Authority. According to the Cairo reconciliation agreement, the salaries of September and October will be paid according to the old system, while Ramallah will pay salaries for the next four months at a rate not less than what is currently paid until the […]
BOE MPC new member Silvana Tenreyro testifying to the TSC 17 Oct
– my vote will depend on incoming data
– wage growth has been very very weak
– most measures of domestically generated UK inflation have been below target-consistent levels
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قال ضابط كبير بالجيش العراقي إن قوات الجيش أتمت يوم الثلاثاء عملية للسيطرة على جميع حقول النفط التي تديرها شركة نفط الشمال الحكومية في كركوك. وأضاف أن القوات العراقية سيطرت على حقلي باي حسن وأفانا النفطيين شمال غربي كركوك يوم الثلاثاء بعد السيطرة على حقول بابا كركر وجمبور وخباز الاثنين. وقال مسؤولون نفطيون في بغداد […]
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LOME, Togo: Violence broke out in Togo’s second city, Sokode, after the arrest of an imam close to the country’s main opposition, fueling tensions after weeks of anti-government protests.
“Electricity was cut off at about 7:00 p.m. (2100 GMT on Monday) after evening prayers,” said Ouro Akpo Tchagnaou, from the main opposition National Alliance for Change (ANC).
“Five police vehicles arrived to arrest Alpha Alassane, a very well-known imam in the city,” he added. “The population felt targeted and took to the streets.”
Clashes lasted throughout the night until calm was restored but the authorities have been warned of renewed protests if Alassane is not freed on Tuesday morning.
“The situation was hard to put up with last night. The security forces and youths clashed in several parts of the city, with teargas and stone-throwing,” one local told AFP.
“There were burning tires, barricades erected and buildings were looted,” added ANC spokesman Eric Dupuy.
“Homes were set on fire as well as a bank and premises belonging to (telephone company) TogoCell.”
“We know there were deaths and injuries but I can’t give you a toll at this time. We are still gathering details.”
Togo’s security minister, Col. Yark Damehame, told the local Radio Victoire that the arrest of Alassane, who is close to the Panafrican National Party (PNP), was justified.
“In his sermons he has been calling for violence and hatred… The last straw was last Friday when he called on his followers to kill soldiers,” he said.
Alassane has long been a dissenting voice in Togo but his arrest comes at a time of heightened political tension in Togo in recent months.
He has allied himself with the PNP of Tikpi Atchadam, who has spearheaded protests against President Faure Gnassingbe that have mobilized hundreds of thousands across the country.
The PNP and 13 other opposition parties are calling for political change in Togo to end the 50-year rule of the Gnassingbe family.
They want a limit on the number of presidential mandates to two — in line with practice elsewhere in west Africa — and the introduction of a two-round voting system.
The opposition parties have vowed to defy a government ban on midweek protests by marching in the capital Lome on Wednesday and Thursday.
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Bitfinex’s full exit from the US market now is a fact
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud party is to propose a bill for a law to give immunity to Knesset members from any corruption investigations, Safa reported yesterday. The bill was proposed for the first time in August last year, but it was not advanced by the Knesset. The Chairman of the Knesset’s Interior Committee, MK David Amsalem, asked: “Is it reasonable to investigate [the American President] Donald Trump over an allegation related to cigars?” hinting to the allegations that Netanyahu received cigars as a bribe. When he first suggested the law last year, Amsalem said it should only cover minor offences carrying a prison sentence of up to six months, but later proposed more serious crimes should also be […]
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