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Americans do not want more problems with other countries: analyst

Americans do not want US President Donald Trump to create more international problems for the country by appointing a hard-liner for the post of secretary of state, according to Michael Burns,  a political and military analyst in New York.  Multiple news outlets reported that Trump wanted to replace US Secretary of State Rex ...

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Trump’s hostility toward Muslims has no limits: UK scholar

US President Donald Trump’s hostility towards Muslims knows no boundaries, says a London-based scholar, pointing to the American president’s Islamophobic rhetoric and his government’s close ties with regimes that spread terrorism. Dr. Rodney Shakespeare made the remarks in an interview with Press TV about Trump’s latest anti-Muslim tweets, which have ...

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North Korea missile test shows ‘tremendous capability’: Analyst

North Korea has successfully launched a new intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), which it says is capable of reaching anywhere in the United States. The missile test has prompted strong condemnations, including from the United Nations (UN)’s Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, who called on North Korea to “desist taking any further destabilizing steps.” ...

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Pyongyang’s ICBM test came after US threats: Analyst

The United States provocative actions have led to North Korea’s new missile test, an escalation of tensions and the possibility of war, says a former US Senate policy adviser and diplomat. James Jatras, who is a specialist in international relations and legislative politics in Washington, DC, made the remarks in an ...

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Anger in UK over reported $50 billion Brexit bill

Supporters and opponents of Brexit have reacted angrily to reports that the UK will pay up to 55 billion euros ($63 billion) to exit the European Union, putting pressure on British negotiators before key talks. Brexit negotiators from London and Brussels agreed that Britain will pay between 45 and 55 ...

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Zimbabwe court acquits pastor of subversion

A Zimbabwean pastor on Wednesday was acquitted of subversion after leading large anti-government protests last year, and he appealed to the country’s new leadership to drop other prosecutions of people who demonstrated against former President Robert Mugabe. Evan Mawarire, who launched the #ThisFlag protest campaign on social media, was found ...

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US, Israel eager to eliminate Iran sovereignty: Writer

Iran is the number one in the target lists of Israel and America, because they want to attack the Islamic Republic’s sovereignty, says a radio host.   “Israel [is] wanting Iranian sovereignty eliminated and the same goes for Washington,” because the joint strategy of both the US and Israel is ...

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S Sudan violence against women ‘twice the global average’

The “shocking scale” of violence against women and girls in South Sudan is double the global average, a new study released Wednesday says. The first comprehensive report on the “magnitude, frequency and brutality” of such violence in South Sudan’s conflict zones was released by the International Rescue Committee and George ...

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Bangladesh’s island home for 100,000 Rohingya refugees

Bangladesh approved a $280 million project on Tuesday to develop an isolated and flood-prone island in the Bay of Bengal to temporarily house 100,000 Rohingya Muslims fleeing violence in neighboring Myanmar. The decision came just days after Bangladesh sealed a deal aiming to start returning Rohingya to Myanmar within two ...

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