President Peres meets with UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon (Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the State of Israel)

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(Source: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the State of Israel) ​ (Communicated by the Office of the President) President Shimon Peres, this morning (Wednesday, 23 July 2014), at the President’s Residence in Jerusalem, met with United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon. After their meeting, the two men delivered statements to the press. President Peres criticized Qatar’s funding of terrorism and said, “Qatar does not have the right to send money for rockets and tunnels which are fired at innocent civilians. Their funding of terror the must stop. If they want to build then they should, but they must not be allowed to destroy. President Peres also addressed the suspension of…

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Cricket stays out of CWG as ICC rejects 2018 offer
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Cricket's absence from Commonwealth Games will continue at least until the 2018 Games in Australia after the International Cricket Council (ICC) turned down an invitation from the governing body of the multi-sport event. South Africa won the gold medal ...
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President Peres meets with UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon (Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the State of Israel)

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(Source: Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the State of Israel) ​ (Communicated by the Office of the President) President Shimon Peres, this morning (Wednesday, 23 July 2014), at the President’s Residence in Jerusalem, met with United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon. After their meeting, the two men delivered statements to the press. President Peres criticized Qatar’s funding of terrorism and said, “Qatar does not have the right to send money for rockets and tunnels which are fired at innocent civilians. Their funding of terror the must stop. If they want to build then they should, but they must not be allowed to destroy. President Peres also addressed the suspension of…

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Cricket stays out of CWG as ICC rejects 2018 offer - Indian Express


The Express Tribune

Cricket stays out of CWG as ICC rejects 2018 offer
Indian Express
Cricket's absence from Commonwealth Games will continue at least until the 2018 Games in Australia after the International Cricket Council (ICC) turned down an invitation from the governing body of the multi-sport event. South Africa won the gold medal ...
ICC rejects 2018 offer for cricketThe Express Tribune

all 40 news articles »