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Monday, October 16, 2017

Catalans given 3 days to drop freedom bid!

STANDOFF: Puidgemont yet to give a definitive ‘yes or no’ as sought by Madrid –

MADRID: Madrid on Monday warned Catalonia’s separatist leader that he has only three days left to “return to legality” after he refused to say whether he would follow through on a threat to declare independence from Spain.
Responding to an initial deadline set by the central government, Carles Puigdemont (pictured) called for talks with Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy “as soon as possible” as Spain struggles with its worst political crisis in decades.
But Puidgemont stopped short of giving a definitive “yes or no” as demanded by Madrid, and Spain gave him until Thursday morning to clarify.
Anything less than a full climb-down by Thursday’s 0800 GMT deadline is likely to prompt moves by Madrid to impose direct control over the semi-autonomous region — the so-called “nuclear option.”

EU chief diplomat to defend Iran deal!

LUXEMBOURG: The EU is to dispatch its chief diplomat Federica Mogherini to Washington next month to fight for the Iran nuclear deal after US President Donald Trump threatened to tear it up.

EU foreign ministers meeting in Luxembourg on Monday joined a chorus of international support for the landmark 2015 accord, warning that Trump’s hardline stance jeopardised efforts to find a peaceful solution to the nuclear crisis with North Korea.
Trump caused alarm across the Atlantic with a belligerent speech last Friday in which he stopped short of pulling out of the agreement but warned he could do so at any time, restating his belief that the deal was letting Iran off the hook.
He left it to the US Congress to decide whether to reimpose sanctions that were lifted in return for Tehran abandoning its nuclear ambitions.

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WWE signs first female stars from Middle East, India!

  • These women will pack a punch.
has signed its first female superstars from the Middle East and India.

According to an ESPN report, WWE officially announced the signings of Shadia Bseiso from Jordan and Kavita Devi from India on Sunday. The two women were signed into developmental contracts as part of the show's continued expansion and growing popularity. Both women will start their training at the WWE Performance Centre in Orlando, Florida in January.

The report also quotes WWE executive vice president of talent, live events and creative, Paul 'Triple H' Levesque as saying, "Recruiting Shadia and Kavita to join our developmental system underscores WWE's ongoing commitment to building a talent roster as diverse as our fan base. We're confident they will inspire future WWE superstars."

Militants rob bank, attack church in Egypt; 7 dead!

  • The church attack was meant as a distraction from a bank robbery.
In a brazen daytime attack, about a dozen militants robbed a local bank, lobbed grenades and traded gunfire with security forces guarding an unused church in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula on Monday, killing seven people, including three civilians, officials said.

The militants drove into the city center of el-Arish in the morning, then split into two groups. One group fired rocket-propelled grenades and traded gunfire with the guards outside the Church of Saint George, security and military officials said. Services at the church were suspended months ago, following a wave of attacks on Christians in Sinai.

The church attack was meant as a distraction from the bank, where the second group of militants first shot and killed the bank guards, then stormed in and emptied its safe. The heavy security and military forces deployed in the city put up little resistance.