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France: We will take measures to protect our military in Syria

Amid the ongoing Turkish military operation in northeastern Syria, France decided to take the necessary measures to secure its military and civilians in the region, AFP reported. A day earlier, the United States announced its readiness to withdraw about a thousand US troops from the territory of...

Paralyzed Hong Kong: Protests don't fade

Protests in Hong Kong continue, and their intensity is not going to subside. In Beijing, fears are growing that the riots may spread to other explosive locations in the country - Tibet and Xinjiang. Protests have been shaking Hong Kong since the spring of 2019. Despite the fact that by now the...

Johnson unveils Brexit compromise deal considering Irish issue

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has unveiled his compromise proposals to the EU on Brexit terms. First of all, they relate to the border between Ireland and Northern Ireland, says BBC News. Johnson proposed that Ireland and Northern Ireland remain a single space, and Northern Ireland remain on...

African swine fever at Europe’s borders: time for an embargo?

As experts warned, the international outbreak of hemorrhagic fever (African swine fever – ASF) is devasting livestock populations in China and other parts of Asia. When cases of infection appeared last year, analysts predicted that China would be unable to control the spread, and that by the time...

Saudi Crown Prince Says Khashoggi’s Murder Happened Under His Watch

It has been almost a year that the sudden disappearance of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi, who was later learnt to have been murdered while he was inside in the Saudi Arabian consulate office in Istanbul, had rocked the world – especially the western countries and their...

Will Merkel restore her "Climate Chancellor" image?

In 2007, Angela Merkel, who stood in a red jacket amid melting Greenland icebergs and urged world leaders to step up the fight against climate change, came to be known as the “climate chancellor”. Over the past 12 years, she has saved the Eurozone during the debt crisis and, despite strong...

Venezuelan opposition to receive $ 52 mln from USA

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) will send $ 52 million to the Venezuelan opposition led by Juan Guaidó. The allocated funds should go to restore democratic power in the country. “Today, USAID head Mark Green, at a meeting with Venezuelan opposition, human rights...

US And Saudi Threatened By Iranian Commanders In Case Of An Attack On Tehran

Iranian military commanders have threatened stringent retaliatory actions against the United States and Saudi forces in the region even if there is a limited military attack on Tehran following the rising tensions in the region after the attacks on Saudi oil facilities.   The Iranian...

US Trying To Create An Alliance Against Iran: Pompeo

It has been a week since the attacks on Saudi Arabian oil facilities, which has been blamed on Iran by the United States, and now the US is building up a coalition to address such threat from Iran.     On its Part, Iran and issued a warning to the US President Donald Trump over not...

US FAA invites representatives from 50 countries to discuss 737 MAX certification

The meeting will take place next week in Montreal. Invitations were sent to members of the JATR group, which includes safety regulators from 50 countries. In particular, the US Federal Aviation Administration, according to the agency, wants to discuss software changes offered by Boeing. An email...
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