Alahednews Alahednews EU Arms Ban on Saudi Arabia a Publicity Stunt The EU’s call for a ban on arms sales to Saudi Arabia is a mere public stunt. EU Chief Sees Reform Window Opportunity Says Bloc «Bouncing Back» The EU is in a healthier economic state and is ready to move on from Brexit. EU Warns of «Real Risk» of New Funds for Terror Attacks The EU warned of a real risk of increased funding for terror attacks in Europe. EU Reaffirms Strong Defense of Iran’s Nuclear Deal The EU once again reaffirmed its support to a multilateral nuclear deal with Iran, as the US tries its hand at undermining the agreement. Brussels Knife Attack: Suspect Dead, Incident Treated as «Terrorist Act» A group of soldiers had been attacked by a knife-wielding man in Brussels. US Bombers Arrive In Europe As Russia Preps For Drills Two US B-1 bombers and one B-52 Stratofortress arrived in the UK for an annual international war games. Austrian FM Warns Turkey against Meddling In EU Votes The Austrian FM warned Turkish President against meddling in European elections after the latter urged nationals of his country in Germany not to vote Finland Killings: Stabbings in Turku a ’Terror Attack’ Finnish Police said they believe the killing of two people in the south-western city of Turku on Friday was a terrorist attack. US Allies Trust Putin More than Trump on Foreign Policy Allies of the US trust Russian President Vladimir Putin more than US President Donald Trump in handling foreign affairs. Mediapark Hilversum: Dutch Police Arrest Man after Knife Drama Dutch police arrested a man Thursday in the country’s central broadcasting center of Hilversum, after he took a woman hostage. Top EU Officials under Fire after Info Request Reveals Travel Costs EU officials are under fire for spending thousands of euros on private charters as part of official missions. Poland Ready to Accept Migrants from Europe, Not From ME Poland said it is ready to accept migrants from Europe but not from the Middle East. Daesh FTFs in Syria «Lack Basic Understanding of Islam» Research shows that economic factors and ’lack of meaning’ in life makes warzone attractive. UN Study: Extremist Militants Lack Good Education, Jobs A UN study of 43 people has found that most came from disadvantaged backgrounds, lacked good education and decent jobs. Polish President to Veto Bills under Which the Ruling Party Controls the Supreme Court The President of Poland said he will veto two contentious bills that are widely seen as assaults on the independence of the judicial system. Interpol ’Circulates List of Daesh Terrorists Who May Try To Reach Europe’ A list of 173 suspected Daesh terrorists, possibly trained to bomb and launch suicide attacks in Europe, has been reportedly circulated by Interpol. Greek Island Quake: 2 Killed, 120+ Injured A powerful earthquake shook the Greek resort island, killing at least two people and causing more than 120 injuries. G-20 Leaders Reach Deal on Trade, Struggle on Climate Leaders of the world’s top economic powers reaffirmed their support for free trade. Angry Mob Protests in Thousands at G20 Summit Thousands take to the streets driven by anger at climate change, inequality and Trump at G20 summit. 122 Countries Adopt Global Treaty Banning Nuclear Weapons A global treaty banning nuclear weapons was adopted at the UN despite opposition. Trump, Putin in First Showdown at Fractious G20 US President Donald Trump meets Russian leader Vladimir Putin for the first time at a G20 summit. Juncker Calls EU Parliament «Ridiculous» EU’s President Juncker called the empty European Parliament ’ridiculous’. Qatar Row: Several UK Banks Suspend Qatari Riyals Given the diplomatic crisis surrounding the tiny Gulf kingdom, several British banks said Friday they had stopped dealing in Qatari riyals. 6 suspected Daesh Members Arrested in Europe Six suspected members of Daesh [Arabic Acronym for the terrorist ’ISIS’/’ISIL’ group] were arrested in Spain, Britain and Germany Terror Suspect Shot Dead at Brussels Central Railway Station A suspected terrorist was shot dead by soldiers in one of Brussels’ main railway stations on Tuesday night after what police described as a small e