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Trump ‘most pro-Zionist’ president in US history: Analyst

US President Donald Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem al-Quds as the capital of Israel despite constant warnings from world leaders proves that he is the “most pro-Zionist” American president to have ever been elected, an analyst in Virginia says. Preston, director of made the remarks on Wednesday, shortly after ...

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China’s banking system risks facing crisis: IMF

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has claimed that China risks facing a growing debt-dependency in its banking system, urging Beijing to increase its capital buffers to protect against a possible “financial crisis.” The Washington-based organization said in a report on Thursday that reforms by Beijing over the past five years ...

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Syrian government delegation ‘to attend Geneva talks’

Syrian government representatives will head to Geneva on Sunday to participate in the United Nations (UN)-organized peace talks for Syria, a Foreign Ministry source says. “The Syrian government delegation will arrive in Geneva on Sunday to take part in the eighth round” of the Geneva talks, Syria’s SANA news agency ...

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Iran slams GCC for ignoring Palestine crisis, fabricating baseless claims

Iran has slammed the [Persian] Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) for turning a blind eye to real issues of the Muslim world, particularly the Palestine crisis, at this sensitive juncture and, instead, fabricating baseless accusations against Iran and others. In a statement on Thursday, Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qassemi rejected ...

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2,000 US troops in Syria, Pentagon finally admits

The US military has finally acknowledged that there are around 2,000 US troops in Syria, confirming reports that it previously disputed about the real troop levels in the Arab country. Pentagon spokesman Army Colonel Rob Manning announced the new number on Wednesday, claiming that it was declining. Washington was going ...

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