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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Monday, June 26, 2017

National

One Journal Square, a Kushner Company Skyscraper planned in Jersey City, stands to lose a $6.5 million annual tax credit. As reported by WNYC, the mixed-use luxury housing, office and retail space which is owned by Kushner company, and which was home to We Work, missed a May deadline for extending its state tax credit. “By not submitting the required documents or requesting an extension by the deadline, the company did not meet the terms of its approval,” wrote Virginia Pellerin, a spokeswoman for the New Jersey Economic Development Authority. 

WeWork, the workspace-sharing start-up, entered a 50-50 partnership in the project but subsequently decided to pull out from the building. Now Kushner Company is not only lacking a partner and an

Speaking at a panel discussion in the offices of Mission Capital, on Tuesday June 7th, Hal Fetner blamed Gov. Chris Christie for standing in the way of the No. 7 train subway expanding to make a stop at 41st Street and 10th Avenue. The NJ governor is infamous for having halted plans to construct a tunnel across the Hudson River, which would have brought relief to commuters. Now residents, renters and developers on Manhattan’s 10th Avenue are voicing their dismay as well. 

Fetner is President

President Donald Trump signed an order last Thursday keeping the US Embassy in Israel at its present location in Tel Aviv and deferring its relocation to Jerusalem for at least six months.

The president had promised during his 2016 White House campaign to move the embassy to the Israeli capital if elected.

"We will move the American embassy to the eternal capital of the Jewish people, Jerusalem,” Trump said at the 2016 AIPAC conference in Washington DC.

After the November election, however

In a unique strategic move, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates, Yemen and Maldives cut diplomatic ties Monday with Qatar, accusing it of supporting terrorism. Qatar's Foreign Affairs Ministry said the measures are "unjustified and are based on baseless and unfounded allegations."

Last month, reports quoted Qatari leader Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani as questioning U.S. hostility toward Iran and claiming that "tensions" between Qatar and the United States were

By a vote of 90-0, Senate passes resolution reaffirming that Jerusalem is Israel's undivided capital

The Senate on Monday unanimously passed a resolution marking the 50th anniversary of the reunification of Jerusalem during the 1967 Six Day War.

The resolution, which passed by a 90-0 vote, calls on President Donald Trump to "abide by" a 1995 law which stipulates that the U.S. Embassy in Israel would move from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.

It says that “Jerusalem should remain the undivided