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Trump’s US Mid term Win – The Victory of Saudi Arabia

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Last updated on November 11th, 2018Democrats are leading by a double digit score against their opponent, the Republicans, who only have 43 percent of likelihood of winning as compared to 50 percent likely voters who prefer Democrats. Yet, it won’t be surprising if after all, the Republicans still end up winning out of the blue.…

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Kavanaugh debacle may well have fired Republicans to turn up in West Virginia

Kavanaugh debacle may well have fired Republicans to turn up in West Virginia

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Kavanaugh is now a supreme court justice and the Republicans are laughing all the way to the bank. His appointment has been brutal for the Democrats but it seems that Republicans are more fired up than ever. There has never been a more controversial appointment – well, apart from President Trump himself – and his…

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Reforms Transforming the Dynamics of an Emerging Middle East

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Radicals in the Arab world could be particularly seen in two types. The first is where any change is opposed irrespective of its outcome. This type is ultraconservative to religious fascism and has little interest in progress. The other is which aggressively pushes for bringing in radical changes under the name of “revolution”, even if…

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‘Megaquake’ Alert: High Intensity Earthquakes Rock Pacific Ring of Fire

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The Pacific Ring of Fire has been hit by a series of strong earthquakes, with Venezuela being stuck by a major 7.3 magnitude earthquake on Tuesday. Therefore, after a series of quakes people fear that a so called ’megaquake’ will come and destroy everything. The major reason for the fear’s escalation is the past 144…

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US Turkey Relationship: A debate Beyond Andrew Brunson’s Release

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Last updated on August 24th, 2018Donald Trump is in the midst of a lot of things, from being accused of numerous charges and his aim to make America great again, the United States of America is living on the edge of uncertain tomorrow. Besides, NATO is going through a rough patch when it comes to…

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Will the Letter of Forgiveness by Pope Francis Put an End to Vatican culture?

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Last updated on August 23rd, 2018Pope Francis, 266th Pope of Catholic Church, in his letter to Catholics, begged forgiveness following the charges of covering the child sexual abuse by more than 300 priests in Pennsylvania, over a span of seven decades. Pope vowed that “no effort must be spared” to root out priestly sex abuse…

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Dr Robert Newman, Pioneer in Methadone Treatment, Dies in Manhattan

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Dr Robert Newman, ex-president and ex-CEO of Beth Israel Medical Center (1978 – 1997) & an internationally recognized expert on addiction treatment, died on Aug 1 in Manhattan. He was 80. He was struck by a car in the Bronx in June and never recovered from his injuries, his son, Seiji, said. Dr Newman worked…

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

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“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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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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