Things you should know today – September 21, 2015



NetanyahuIsrael Prime Minister Netanyahu visits Moscow to discuss Syria
Israeli Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu is due to meet with Russian president Vladimir Putin to discuss Russia’s involvement in the Syrian crisis, in what the Israeli press has described as a “jab” at the US. Russia said Netanyahu’s meeting with Putin will include “the Middle East peace process and the global fight against terror.” Newsweek



fbFacebook to create a ‘Dislike’ button
After years of user complaints, Facebook will soon launch a “dislike” button, CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced on Tuesday. “Today is a special day because today is the day I can say we’re working on it and shipping it,” Zuckerberg said during a monthly question-and-answer session at Facebook’s headquarters. Newsweek



emmyHBO rules 67th Emmys with ‘Game of Thrones’
The 67th annual Emmy Awards ceremony, which honors the best of television, was held in Los Angeles on Sunday night. HBO’s Game of Thrones won the award for best drama, smashing a 15-year-old record for most Emmys won in a single year. Variety



refugeeUS will accept 100,000 refugee in 2017
The Obama administration will increase the number of worldwide refugees the United States accepts each year to 100,000 by 2017, a significant increase over the current annual cap of 70,000, Secretary of State John Kerry said Sunday. The New York Times



FiorinaFiorina becomes No. 2 behind Trump after GOP debate
After Wednesday night GOP debate Carly Fiorina shot into second place in the Republican presidential field, Donald Trump has lost some support according to the national national CNN/ORC poll. The poll released on Sunday shows Fiorina in second place with 15 percent that is a 9 points boost from August. Donald trump get 24 percent, 8 points lower than earlier in September. CNN