Ottawa - A peace ceremony is being held for Peace River First Nation on Monday evening.It's the first time this year that the community has had a public celebration for the river.The First Nation and the Ottawa District School Board have agreed to hold the event to mark the end of school for a special day for the people.The event is being hosted by the Ottawa-Carleton School Board.The ceremony is ...
Obama will hold a summit with Saudi King Salman at the White House on Thursday, where the two leaders will discuss their shared concern over Iran’s nuclear program and other global threats.
The two leaders also plan to discuss regional cooperation and the potential for a new regional nuclear agreement.
Obama’s announcement comes after Trump’s recent warning of military action against Iran if Tehran continues its nuclear program.
On Wednesday, the White and Congress announced that they would move ahead with a deal to ease U.S. sanctions against Tehran and end long-standing isolation on the issue.
Obama and other world leaders have repeatedly said they will not allow Iran to get a nuclear weapon, which the U.N. Security Council has called for a decade.
White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest told reporters at a briefing Thursday that the president “will have the opportunity to speak with King Salman on Thursday morning, and we’ll have a conversation about a new framework for an Iran deal.”
Obama will visit Saudi Arabia on Thursday to meet with King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz al-Saud, the first foreign leader to visit the kingdom in nearly three decades.