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Britain could join NAFTA if Brexit trade deal fails: Report

Britain is likely to join the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) — a trade deal between the US, Canada and Mexico — in case it fails to reach a post-Brexit trade deal with the European Union. The British newspaper Daily Telegraph reported on Tuesday that British ministers were considering joining NAFTA as ...

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Trump made 1,318 false claims over 263 days: Study

US President Donald Trump has made 1,318 false claims over 263 days, a new fact-checking study shows, predicting a final tally of over 2,000 false or misleading statements for the Republican head of state’s first year in the White House. Most of the inaccuracies stem from Trump’s tendency to overuse ...

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International arms trade fueling Rohingya genocide: Analyst

A political commentator believes the “international arms trade” is fueling “genocide” against the Rohingya Muslims, giving Myanmar’s military all the weapons it needs to engage in the “ethnic cleansing” of the minority group. “One of the largest arms dealers to Burma [Myanmar] has been Israel and the Israeli Supreme Court ...

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US provoking Iran to justify own belligerence: Analyst

An analyst believes the United States is seeking to corner Iran in an attempt to provoke a “strong reaction” from the Islamic Republic so that it could then “justify its own belligerence”. “For months now I think that [US President] Donald Trump and the entire war complex that he now ...

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American society violent by nature: Commentator

The recent mass shooting that killed and injured hundreds of people at a music festival in Las Vegas, Nevada, further revealed the American society’s violent nature, says an analyst in Oakland. Speaking to Press TV on Sunday, Professor Mark Mason said 64-year-old Stephen Paddock, who carried out the deadly Vegas ...

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Tories losing support over PM May’s lack of plans: Scholar

The UK’s ruling Conservative Party is losing its support among voters due to Prime Minister Theresa May’s lack of a meaningful plan to lead the country on both domestic and foreign fronts, says British scholar Dr. Rodney Shakespeare. According to a new poll conducted for The Independent by BMG Research, Labour—the UK’s ...

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US alarmed by China’s increasing global military role: Report

China’s inauguration of its first military base abroad in Djibouti has raised concerns among US intelligence officials that Beijing’s growing military presence around the world could spark a conflict of interests among the two sides, a report says. “China has the fastest-modernizing military in the world next to the United ...

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