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Trump’s stance over attacking Syria, then and now

 Trump’s statements over Syria and negotiations with Russia over chemical arsenal when Obama was the Commander-in-Chief entirely contradict his actions now, CNN reported on Friday. Going through Donald J Trump’s tweets a while ago during the time he was vying for the White House makes one see his sharp ‘resemblance’ ...

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Iran’s Zarif: US Fighting on Same Side as Daesh in Syria

TEHRAN– Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif slammed the US military’s recent missile attack on the Syrian government’s airfield near Homs, saying Washington is fighting on the same side as Daesh (ISIS or ISIL) terrorist group in Syria. “Not even two decades after 9/11, US military fighting on the same ...

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Conservative cleric to challenge Rouhani in May elections

ANKARA  – A bloc of conservative Iranian political parties has nominated a powerful cleric as their candidate to run in next month s presidential election to try to unseat the moderate Hassan Rouhani, Iran s state news agency IRNA said. Seeking to regain the presidency by stopping Rouhani winning a second four-year ...

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Trump accepts Xi’s invitation to pay state visit to China

US President Donald Trump has accepted an invitation from his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping to visit China, officials said. Trump accepted the invitation to pay a state visit to Beijing “with pleasure,” the official Xinhua news agency cited officials as saying. Following months of tensions and Twitter attacks, the US ...

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Pakistan to face West Indies in first ODI today

GUYANA – Pakistan will take on West Indies in the first one-day international (ODI) of the three-match series at Providence Stadium, Guyana today (Friday). Both teams are in danger of missing out on direct qualification for the ICC’s 2019 World Cup in England with Pakistan occupying the last qualifying spot ...

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Tennis: Australia takes 2-0 Davis Cup lead against USA

BRISBANE  – Nick Kyrgios and Jordan Thompson gave Australia an unexpected 2-0 lead after the first day of their Davis Cup quarter-final against the United States in Brisbane on Friday. The unheralded Thompson stunned world number 15 Jack Sock in four sets in the opening rubber before Kyrgios saw off ...

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