In an interview with the right-wing daily Israel Hayom, Trump weighed in on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, saying neither side appears willing to reach an agreement.
The unilateral United States decision to declare Jerusalem as the capital of Israel was challenged at the UN General Assembly where 128 nations, including India, voted to turn down the move as "null and void".
"Right now, I would say the Palestinians are not looking to make peace". Pressed on whether he wishes for the Israeli prime minister to emerge without a criminal charge, Adelson replied: "I wish for peace. They are not looking to make peace", Trump said in the interview with Israel Hayom. But Israel also faces political isolation internationally over its occupation of the Palestinian territories and does not have diplomatic ties with most countries in West Asia.
On January 14, Abbas said that Trump's so-called Middle East peace efforts are the "slap of the century" after his recognition of Jerusalem al-Quds as Israel's capital.
"I would say I understood that was going to be their decision".
The Trump administration has announced a major cut in aid to the Palestinians this year, notifying the U.N. Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian Refugees last month that it would withhold $65 million of a planned $125 million installment.
Putin mentioned the call with Trump at the start of his meeting with Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas on Monday.
Jarrar allegedly killed Israeli settler Raziel Shevah in a drive-by shooting near a Jewish-only settlement adjacent to Nablus, a Palestinian city in the northern West Bank, on January 9. "In December, he recognized Jerusalem as Israel's capital, without securing concessions from Israel in return", Chris Meserole, a Middle East expert at the Brookings Institution, told Newsweek.
More than 600,000 Jews live in around 140 settlements which are considered illegal under worldwide law and were built since Israel's occupation in 1967 of the West Bank and East Jerusalem. Trump, in one of his tweets, also accused the Palestinians of not showing enough "appreciation or respect" to the U.S. after he had taken "the toughest part of the negotiation off the table".
OxyContin has always been the world's top-selling opioid painkiller, bringing in billions in sales for the privately-held company. Although initially driven by prescription drugs, most opioid deaths now involve illicit drugs, including heroin and fentanyl.
Five other workers at the station heard the "exercise" phrase at the start and end of the message, said Brig. Moses Kaoiwi, director of joint staff with the Hawaii National Guard, as interim agency administrator.
Court of Final Appeal says lower court "erred" in considering sentencing against Joshua Wong , Nathan Law and Alex Chow . But after the government's intervention they were jailed for between six and eight months by the Court of Appeal.
It will be interesting to see how the 25-year-old's attitude shifts four years hence, at the Winter Olympics in Beijing. He'll be the favorite in his top two events of slalom and giant slalom, which will be raced in nearby Yongpyong.
Virginia leads the ACC race by two games in the loss column over Clemson (9-3) and resumes league competition Tuesday at Miami. The Blue Devils were widely thought to be a strong candidate for a No. 1 seed before last Saturday's stunning loss to St.
George started strong with 12 points in the opening 6:52, hitting his first five shots including three 3-pointers. Ingram handled point guard duties with rookie Lonzo Ball sitting out his 11th straight game with knee soreness.
Dortmund's injury-prone Germany winger Marco Reus returned after 259 days sidelined by a torn knee ligament. Reus watched on as Aubameyang's replacement Batshuayi put Dortmund ahead with his third goal in two games.
Bush said it wasn't clear if Russia's "meddling" directly affected the election, though he said it was clear they tried. The nonprofit was founded by philanthropist Michael Milken known as the "junk bond king".
In India , you can go to www.sonyliv.com for the live streaming of India vs South Africa , 3rd ODI, Cape Town . Virat Kohli-led India have hit back after a loss in the Test series and gained lead in six-match ODI series.
PyeongChang Olympics - Day 5 Wrap / Day 6 Preview
According to Matt Renoux, our reporter in PyeongChang , it was windy and snowing shortly before the delayed start time . The strong winds meant that once again, USA skier Mikaela Shiffrin's first medal race in South Korea would be put off.
The Dow More Than 1000 Points Down For the Second Time
Many investors justified that by pointing out that interest rates were low and few alternatives looked like better investments. The VIX on Tuesday had hit a more than two-and-a-half year high above 50, after trading, on average, below 20 for months.
Police officer shot & killed in north Texas
Sherrard is the first to die on duty in the 63-year history of the Richardson department, Spivey said during a news conference. It is an emotionally trying, traumatic day, but they're out there doing the things they do best serving this community".
Japan sends quake rescue team, equipment to Taiwan
Rescuers worked their way around and through the building while residents looked on from behind cordoned-off roads. The powerful 6.4-magnitude tremor struck at 23:50 (15:50 GMT) about 20km (12 miles) off the island's east coast.
Black Panther Reviews Are In, Here's What The Critics Are Saying
Black Panther is one of the most anticipated Marvel films of the year, almost selling out nationwide for the February 16 opening. Actor Chadwick Boseman says Black Panther is "ground-breaking" as it is a rare film to feature a black superhero in the lead.
Sri Lanka pass 700 in Bangladesh 1st Test
Roshen Silva scored century, in just his second Test, played with impeccable composure and was rewarded with his maiden Test ton. Tamim Iqbal and Mushfiqur both got out trying to defend, while Imrul Kayes' was caught at square leg off a soft lap sweep.
Go Red For Women February events
That's why the Go Red For Women Movement was created and National Wear Red Day furthers that mission. Heart disease is South Carolina's leading killer for women among all racial and ethnic groups.