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Secretary John Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov announce a plan to reduce violence, ease suffering, and resume movement towards a negotiated peace and a political transition in Syria at a press availability in Geneva, Switzerland on September 9, 2016. A transcript is available at http://www.state.gov/secretary/remarks/2016/09/index.htm.

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While answering questions after addressing the Council for Foreign Relations in New York, PM Modi urged the council take heed of the challenge of terrorism seriously. “It’s sad that many countries could not earlier understand the ugly face of terrorism which is enemy of humanity,” he said. While urging for a collective fight to effectively tackle the global menace, he rejected any distinction between good and bad terrorism. Earlier, listening to concerns raised by the business leaders, Modi assured them that his government will address their issues and try to make the environment in India more business- friendly. Describing the meeting as “excellent and very good”, all business leaders said that the PM heard their concerns and listed out the priority areas of his government to take forward the India story to higher levels. In a discussion hosted by TIMES NOW’s Editor-in-chief Arnab Goswami panelists discuss, “Is Modi’s think tank speech a precursor to the big meeting with Obama at the white house?”

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EPIC MOMENT OF TRUTH: Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu calls out the leaders of the United Nations for their Deafening Silence in response to Iran’s pledge that the state of Israel will cease to exist in 25 years
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October 1st, 2015 • Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu renewed his warning that the Iranian nuclear deal threatens to destabilize the Middle East and will make a war more likely. He cautioned that already Iran is ramping up efforts to fund terror cells worldwide, while also arming Islamists in Syria, Yemen, Lebanon, and the Palestinian territories.

Netanyahu told that Iran was building up its own armament stockpiles and that billions of dollars in sanctions relief would only fuel the effort. He reminded the nations of the world that Iran already has the capability to target Israel with ballistic weapons and that it’s current ballistic efforts can only be meant to threaten Europe and the United States.

The Prime Minister chastised the member states of the U.N. for their failure to speak out against Iranian threats to destroy Israel, and that the silence was deafening. Netanyahu emphasized the point by staring at the delegates in silence for 45 seconds.

Netanyahu responded to Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas’s declaration the previous day that it would no longer honor the Oslo Peace Accords by offering to reopen peace talks with the PA without any conditions. He also rejected the assertion by Abbas that Israel intended to change the status of the al-Asqa Mosque on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem, a Palestinian allegation that has recently fomented violent incidents. He noted that Israel goes to great lengths to ensure the safety of the shrines of all religions in the Holy Land.

Prime Minister Netanyahu pleaded with U.N. member states to cease decades of anti Israeli rhetoric, and to undertake an honest effort to work toward an Israeli – Palestinian peace agreement.

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