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Invasion of Kuwait: Why August of 1990 was a dismal period for the country?

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Iraq Kuwait invasion

“Cutting a few throat is better than cutting the means of living,” said Saddam Hussein, on July 17, 1990, as a warning to Kuwait. The history reveals that the threat didn’t just remain to be words. August 2, 1990, marked a day for Iraqi invasion of Kuwait. Four divisions of the Iraqi Army SF units and…

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Will the US President shut down the federal government?

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US President Donald Trump

On July 30, the US President Donald Trump repeated his threat to shut down the federal government, in case the Congress fails to serve the Republican demand to restraint immigration by imposing security on the border with Mexico, and to erect his long-promised border wall. However, Trump’s remarks left a wide scope of negotiation with…

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United Nations: Armed Yemen war recruits over 800 children

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Yemen war crime

The United Nations has reported that over 800 children are enlisted in the devastating armed Yemen war. Some amongst these children are as young as 11 years old. The ongoing civil war of Yemen began in 2015 for its control, between the Northern Houthi rebels and the Yemeni government, backed by the UAE, Saudi Arabia and…

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Obama endorses 81 candidates prior to 2018 US midterm elections

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US midterm elections
Former US president Obama

Former US president Barack Obama has endorsed 81 candidates prior to US midterm elections to held in 2018 fall, his office announced Wednesday. “I’m proud to endorse such a wide and impressive array of Democratic candidates – leaders as diverse, patriotic, and big-hearted as the America they’re running to represent,” Obama said. While taking a…

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United Nations entreats the release of Saudi Arabia human rights activists

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Saudi Arabia human rights

The United Nations (UN) is solicitous about the persisting arrests, and seemingly, arbitrary detentions of Saudi Arabia human rights defenders and activists. Saudi has been entreated by The UN human rights office to set free all peaceable activists. However, Riyadh maintains its oppressive crackdown on the matter. UN rights office spokesperson Ravina Shamdasani, while addressing a press conference in Geneva, asked…

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Russian Hackers attempt to interfere in the US midterm elections

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Russia US election hacking

According to United States Sen. Claire McCaskill from Missouri, Russia hacking practices have unsuccessfully tried to meddle in the midterm elections of 2018, targeting the Senate computer network of Claire. McCaskill in a statement said that along with the hackers, she wants to hold the Russian President, Vladimir Putin accountable. She said, “While this attack…

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Pop Star Taylor Swift donates ‘Reputation’ tour tickets to a Massachusetts city

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Taylor Swift ‘Reputation’ tour

Pop star Taylor Swift helps in easing the pain of mourning police department, post recent loss of a police officer. The 28-year-old superstar will soon be performing in her concert at Gillette Stadium, as part of her ‘Reputation’ tour. She has reportedly donated “a significant number of tickets” to the Weymouth Police Department, as an accolade to a…

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Crown Prince Salman’s Terror Approach May Not Fetch Desired Stability In Saudi Arabia

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Crown Prince Salman

It is a popular notion that Mohammed bin Salman, Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, is a propounded the vision of a modern Saudi Arabia looking for peace, stability and economic growth. Over the last years various instances have emerged wherein western leaders like Tony Blair and celebrated journalists have appreciated his vision. But what lies behind this…

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An unexpected explosion in Virginia custom machinery plant injured three

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Virginia News

On Wednesday afternoon, an explosion at Thomas Industrial Fabrication in Woolwine, Virginia, injured three people. As per the information provided by the law enforcement and emergency management officials, the injured people are the employees at the plant, which manufactures custom-made machinery. Multiple residents heard a loud noise, and informed the officials that it sounded like an…

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