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Provocations may end up in Korean nuclear war: Journalist

The United States’ President Donald Trump is using hostile policy against North Korea that could ignite the flame of a nuclear war, says an author. “The talk coming from Washington, from Trump [in particular], is extremely hostile and a risk of confrontation on the Korean Peninsula is very grave,” Stephen ...

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Saudi Arabia can shoot down trespassing Qatari planes: State TV

Saudi Arabia’s state television says the kingdom could shoot down the Qatari airliners potentially violating its airspace. Al Arabiya recently broadcast a short animation showing a missile strike by a Saudi warplane against a Qatari airliner. Citing “international law,” a voiceover accompanying the production said, “A state that bans flights ...

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‘US using MKO terrorists as anti-Iran leverage’

Pye Ian, an independent political and economic researcher, has advised Iranian officials to watch out for potential terrorist attacks in the wake of a recent meeting between several senior US senators and the head of anti-Iran terrorist Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO) Maryam Rajavi. Since “Washington and its allies have nothing ...

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Yemenis mark anniversary of Saudi airstrike on Sa’ada school

Yemeni children have rallied outside the UN building in the capital Sana’a, marking the first anniversary of the death of 10 children in a Saudi airstrike.   As many as 28 others were also injured after the airstrike hit their school in Juma’at Bin Fadel Village in Sa’ada last August. Images flooded social media afterwards, showing ...

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‘Iran 1st country to sanction US over terror support’

The US Congress’s latest anti-Iran embargos prompted a counter-measure by Iranian legislators. They overwhelmingly approved a motion denying visas to American military and intelligence forces as well as freezing their bank accounts. The Iranian parliamentarians also voted to increase spending on the national missile program as well as the Islamic ...

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Health gap widening between rich and poor in UK: Report

Figures show that the health gap between the rich and the poor in the UK has increased and now poorer people are more likely to suffer from health-related problems. According to a report by the Department of Health, inequalities in areas including but not limited to susceptibility to disability and ...

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Trump should have been ‘much harsher’ with Charlottesville statement, Scaramucci says

US President Donald Trump failed to condemn “domestic terrorism” in the deadly aftermath of a white nationalist protest in Charlottesville, Virginia, says former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci. The controversial ex-White House figure asserted Sunday that he “wouldn’t have recommended that statement.” A driver plowed into demonstrators protesting against ...

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