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‘Kurdish referendum US plot to incite Iran, Turkey Kurds’

Iraq’s semi-autonomous Kurdistan Region finally held its long-promised independence referendum. The central government in Baghdad has insisted all along that the vote runs counter to the constitution and can bring about instability in the country at a time when Daesh is on its last legs and final victory against the terror group is near. ...

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‘North Korea boosts defenses’ amid tensions with US

A South Korean report says North Korea has been reinforcing defenses on its east coast, amid a rising risk of a military confrontation with the United States. South Korea’s Yonhap news agency said in a report on Tuesday that Pyongyang had been moving aircraft to its east coast and taking ...

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Trump is in pocket of Israeli regime, its agents: Analyst

US President Donald Trump is in the pocket of the Israeli regime and their agents in the United States who are currently in his administration, according to Walt Peretto, a writer and researcher based in Washington, DC. “Donald Trump has been clearly anti-Muslim and pro-Israel as a candidate for president ...

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US Republican approval hits all-time low: Poll

Fewer than three in 10 Americans have a favorable view of the Republican Party, a CNN poll has found. The poll, released on Sunday, showed only 29 percent of Americans approve performance of the Republican Party, which has often backed the divisive agenda of controversial President Donald trump since his ...

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UK government has no plans for Brexit: Analyst

UK Prime Minister Theresa May’s key speech about Brexit earlier this week showed she lacked meaningful plans to take Britain out of the European Union (EU), says a scholar in London. Dr. Rodney Shakespeare made the remarks while discussing May’s vision for Brexit, which she outlined during a speech in ...

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