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Trump’s sex assault case similar to Clinton’s: Analyst

The sexual allegations surrounding US President Donald Trump are similar to the ones faced by former President Bill Clinton, says an American analyst, noting that such cases created a diversion from the real US conduct in other countries.   Mark Dankof, a former US Senate candidate, made the remarks when asked ...

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US has no reason for war with Russia, China: Analyst

The United States has no reason to go into war with Russia or China, says an American analyst, expressing concern about reports that explore different war scenarios. James Jatras, a former Senate foreign policy adviser in Washington, made the remarks after US think tank RAND Corporation warned about the US ...

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War hampering ICRC aid delivery in Yemen: Spokesman

The ongoing war and blockade of Yemen is “hampering” the ability of humanitarian organizations such as the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) to deliver aid to the impoverished Arab nation. “Let’s not forget that millions and millions of Yemenis need humanitarian assistance and … the blockade that has ...

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Bahraini king sends delegation to Israel for ‘peace’: Paper

A Bahraini delegation has arrived in Israel with a message from the country’s king, in the latest instance of warming ties between the two sides, The Times of Israel reports. The Israeli paper said Sunday that 24 members of the “This is Bahrain” group, which professes campaigning for “religious freedom,” traveled to Israel this ...

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US would likely lose war with Russia, China: RAND

The United States will likely lose a military confrontation with either Russia and China, US think tank RAND Corporation says, warning about the US military’s insufficient training and readiness. In its latest report, titled “US Military Capabilities and Forces for a Dangerous World,” the California-based think tank warned that the ...

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