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US files complaints with WTO over retaliatory tariffs

Muslim Times(Web Desk) -The United States has filed five separate complaints at the World Trade Organization (WTO) challenging retaliatory tariffs imposed by China, Canada, Mexico, Turkey and the European Union, following American duties on steel and aluminum. US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer made the announcement on Monday, saying retaliatory tariffs ...

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US accuses Russia of trying to divide Americans through social media

Muslim Times(Web Desk) – The United States has accused Russia of trying to divide Americans using social media amid allegations that Moscow targeted the 2016 US presidential election. According to US Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, intelligence officials are seeing “persistent Russian efforts using social media, sympathetic spokespeople and other ...

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Hacked US drone data up for sale on Dark Web

Muslim Times(Web Desk) – An unidentified hacker has tried to sell stolen secrets about US Air Force drones on the Dark Web, a cybersecurity company says. The US-based firm Recorded Future came across the data last month, when the hacker, seemingly unaware of the real value of the data, had ...

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Trump greeted by protests as he arrives in Scotland

Muslim Times(Web Desk) – US President Donald Trump has arrived in Scotland as thousands of demonstrators gathered to protest his visit. Trump touched down at Prestwick Airport Saturday evening after paying an official visit to London, where he met with Prime Minister Theresa May and Queen Elizabeth amid huge protests. ...

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Judge tells US to pay costs of reuniting migrant families

Muslim Times(Web Desk) – A US judge has ordered the government to pay the costs of reuniting immigrant families with their children after being separated at the US-Mexico border as part of President Donald Trump’s “zero tolerance” policy. The US government is currently in the process of reuniting nearly 2,000 ...

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Giant US banks’ clients nervous about growing trade tensions

(AFP) – Clients of giant US banks are increasingly nervous about growing trade tensions, but are not yet significantly curtailing business activity due to the uncertainty, banks said Friday after reporting mixed earnings. JPMorgan Chase chief executive Jamie Dimon cautioned that “There are unpredictable outcomes when you start skirmishes like ...

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