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Putin says Russia isn’t apprehensive about another missile crisis with US
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Putin says Russia isn’t apprehensive about another missile crisis with US

President Vladimir Putin said Russia wouldn't move in an opposite direction from a second Cuban Missile Crisis if strains between the two nations raise, and recommended Moscow would have the high ground in a nuclear clash with the United States. “They [the tensions] are not a reason to ratchet up confrontation to the levels of the Cuban Missile Crisis in the 1960s. In any case that’s not what we want,” said Putin late Wednesday. “If someone wants that, well OK, they are welcome. I have set out today what that would mean.” He said Russian military could convey nuclear missiles on boats and submarines in regional waters outside the US if Washington starts to move new short-and middle of the road go rockets in Europe. “We can put them, given the speed and range [of our missiles] ...
US Navy warships again challenge Beijing’s cases in South China Sea
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US Navy warships again challenge Beijing’s cases in South China Sea

The United States cruised two warships near questioned islands in the South China Sea on Monday (Sunday night, ET), a move that will undoubtedly get under the ire of Beijing. The guided-missile destroyers USS Spruance and USS Preble cruised inside 12 nautical miles of the Spratly Islands as a feature of what the US Navy calls a "freedom of navigation operation." The operation was carried out "to challenge excessive maritime claims and preserve access to the waterways as governed by international law," Cmdr. Clay Doss, a representative for the US Navy's seventh Fleet, told CNN. "All operations are designed in accordance with international law and demonstrate that the United States will fly, sail and operate wherever international law allows," Doss stated, including "that is true...
‘Death to America’ Trump aims, not the American country, Iran leaders say
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‘Death to America’ Trump aims, not the American country, Iran leaders say

Iranians will recite "Death to America" as long as Washington proceeds with its hostile policies, yet the slogan is directed at President Donald Trump and U.S. leaders, not the American country, Iran's supreme leader said on Friday. “As long as America continues its wickedness, the Iranian nation will not abandon ‘Death to America’,” Ayatollah Ali Khamenei told a gathering of Iranian Air Force officers denoting the 40th anniversary of Iran's Islamic Revolution, as per his official website. Trump hauled out of Iran's 2015 nuclear deal with world powers a year ago and re-forced sanctions on Tehran, dealing a blow to the nation's economy. “‘Death to America’ means death to Trump, (National Security Adviser) John Bolton, and (Secretary of State Mike) Pompeo. It means death to Amer...
‘Trump is having an effect’: NATO head credits president’s extreme talk for $100B support
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‘Trump is having an effect’: NATO head credits president’s extreme talk for $100B support

President Donald Trump "is committed to NATO" and merits credit in acquiring $100 billion more in resistance spending for the coalition, Jens Stoltenberg, the secretary general of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, said Sunday. "President Trump has been very clear: He is committed to NATO. He stated that clearly just a few days ago and also at the NATO summit in July," Stoltenberg said on "Fox News Sunday." Stoltenberg's remark remains rather than Democrats who fear Trump needs to haul out of NATO, and some who have communicated concern he could be undermining the military partnership since it benefits Russian President Vladimir Putin. A New York Times report recently said Trump over and again advised helpers he needed to haul out of the coalition. In light of the report,...
Labour says Britain’s solitary alternatives are second Brexit referendum or close EU ties
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Labour says Britain’s solitary alternatives are second Brexit referendum or close EU ties

Britain's solitary choices are a second Brexit referendum or forging a close financial relationship with the European Union, the primary resistance Labor Party said on Sunday. Labour's Brexit representative, Keir Starmer, told the BBC he was available to expanding Article 50 if that implied Britain abstained from leaving the EU without a deal. PM Theresa May returns to parliament for Monday to create a statement on how she will continue with Britain's takeoff from the European Union after her deal was defeated by legislators a week ago.
Donald Trump Pullout 7,000 U.S. Troops from Afghanistan: Reports
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Donald Trump Pullout 7,000 U.S. Troops from Afghanistan: Reports

A day after President Donald Trump reported American troops were being pulled back from Syria, authorities uncovered that he has likewise requested the Pentagon to haul out a large portion of the U.S. forces in Afghanistan, as indicated by a few media reports. In excess of 7,000 American troops will start to return home inside weeks, a U.S. official revealed to The Wall Street Journal, which was the first to cover the Afghanistan pullout. Trump's point is to in the end pull back each of the 14,000 troops in Afghanistan throughout the following a while, the Journal revealed. The majority of the troops are a piece of a NATO-led mission to prepare, prompt and help Afghan powers. The Decision on Afghanistan was made Tuesday, that day Trump issued a request to pull every one of the 2,0...
Polar Bear who Survived 25 years in warm Mexican zoo, Dies
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Polar Bear who Survived 25 years in warm Mexican zoo, Dies

Yupik the polar bear died when spending over twenty five years during a barren enclosure at a warm Mexican facility, and activists aforesaid Wednesday the facility had resisted efforts to transfer her to a additional appropriate climate. The Benito juarez facility within the town of Morelia in western Mexico aforesaid Yupik died at 27. It aforesaid Yupik died of associate degree aneurism and a damaged artery, and known as the death "inevitable." The facility stated, the death was caused by "natural ailments of an older animal, and Yupik had lived longer than the typical time period of her species within the wild, of 15 to 18 years." Animal rights activists claim officers had resisted efforts to transfer Yupik from the facility, wherever average daily highs rarely drop below 70 deg...
Economic Crisis in Turkey has Forced the Finance Minister to Accept ICO
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Economic Crisis in Turkey has Forced the Finance Minister to Accept ICO

It seems the economic crisis in Turkey has forced the finance minister to accept the use of ICO (Initial Coin Offering). This is after the Turkish media announced that Berat Albayrak the finance minister has accepted to look into the use of ICO so as to salvage the economic crisis the country at the moment. According to Anadolu Agency, one of the oldest media outlets in Turkey said that the finance minister Berat has come up with ‘New Economic Program’ that will save the sinking economy. In the program proposals, it states that the economy of Turkey will grow by 3.8% before the year-end. A new office has been created known as the public finance transformation and change office. Mr. Berat also said, “We will use essential plans and procedures to overcome the economic constraints affectin...
Canada Might Target U.S Pharmaceutical Industry to Retaliate against Tariffs
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Canada Might Target U.S Pharmaceutical Industry to Retaliate against Tariffs

Professor Amir Attaran who is biomedical scientist and a law professor at Ottawa University. Three months down the line arguably signed Canada magazine MacLean’s. His argument points as it was listed that are some Canada nationals who are holding official government positions wants to evacuate the patents of united states drug manufactures, as retaliation of taxes imposed Donald Trump. In consideration to resurfacing of that discussion, Attaran stance has remained unchanged as he had stated previously and that he won’t disclose any of government officials he claims that are considered to target America's pharmaceutical industry that has raised several questions. President trump imposition of trade tariffs against Canada has raised some suspicion from some industries taking hits, most...
Will Trump Succeed in Slapping Tariffs on Foreign Steel? Critics Don’t Think So
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Will Trump Succeed in Slapping Tariffs on Foreign Steel? Critics Don’t Think So

US President Donald Trump has slapped tariffs on foreign steel and aluminum in his supposed bid to protect jobs in the American steel industry – something that many presidents before have tried. Critics, however, is doubtful on until when Trump will hold all these together. “Steel has long been a politically sensitive issue, especially since much of the production takes place in swing states such as Pennsylvania. Pro-union Democrats have pushed for tariffs and other restrictions for years — many quietly support Trump’s move — and it’s one of the few industries that Republican presidents have singled out for protection,” said Market Watch. In an article, Market Realist said tariffs “will not solve the challeges facing the aluminum industry” as the US still needs to importat at leas...