US Sanctions a Network from Rival Countries over Oil Shipment to Syria

US Sanctions a Network from Rival Countries over Oil Shipment to Syria

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The United States relations with Iran and Russia have been straining lately. The US actions against both countries have now led them to coalesce against their opponent, forming a network to send million of barrels of oil to Syria and hundreds of millions of dollars to indirectly fund militant groups Hamas and Hezbollah. According to…

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Suspect of Double Slayings Arrested in Virginia

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A registered sex offender, James Fleming has been arrested in Virginia, for being charged in the fatal shootings of two innocent bystanders last week. He had also attempted rape inside a low-income senior complex in Detroit. On Monday, the Detroit police said the Fleming, 69, surrendered to authorities in Richmond around midnight. However, no other…

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Amidst corruption allegations, Brenda Snipes resigns from Broward elections office

Amidst corruption allegations, Brenda Snipes resigns from Broward elections office

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Brenda Snipes, the supervisor of Elections for Broward County, Florida, resigned late Sunday night. Her resignation will be effective from January 2019. Snipes was appointed as the supervisor of elections in 2003 by Governor Jeb Bush, a Republican. She took over her predecessor Miriam Oliphant, who was removed from the office for fraud in handling…

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Mike Pence: US Not Demanding North Korea to Provide List of Missile Sites

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Last updated on November 18th, 2018Mike Pence, the US Vice President on Thursday, said that his country will not require North Korea to provide a full list of its nuclear and missile sites. He issued the statement following President Trump’s upcoming meet, which is scheduled for early part of the next year. The two sides,…

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Julian Assange charged secretly, accidentally revealed by prosecutors

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Julian Assange, Founder of WikiLeaks is facing prosecution by the US Justice Department. In an unsealed court filing, a U.S. federal prosecutor inadvertently disclosed that Assange has been charged with an undisclosed crime. Assange, who has been seeking asylum in the Ecuadorian embassy in London since 2012, is afraid to step out, fearing the US might arrest…

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US china trade war might settle after G-20 summit

US-China Trade War Might Settle on the Sidelines of G20 Summit

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The US-China trade war, after upsetting the demand and supply forces and wasting billions on taxes, is finally headed towards a dialogue. White House economic adviser, Larry Kudlow, informed that both nations have resumed contact “at all levels” over trade, ahead of a planned meeting between US President Donald Trump and China’s Xi Jinping. The…

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Kevin McCarthy to lead House Republicans

Kevin McCarthy to lead House Republicans as the new minority leader

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In a closed-door meeting of House Republicans on Wednesday, Rep. Kevin McCarthy was elected as the House minority leader. Once the speaker Paul Ryan leaves Capitol Hill in January after completing his term, McCarthy will be in a position to lead House GOP members. The California Republican was longshot challenged by Rep. Jim Jordan from…

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Kim Kardashian eductaes husband Kanye West after his meeting with Donald Trump

Kim Kardashian: Had to Educate West After his Meeting with Trump

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Last updated on November 18th, 2018Kim Kardashian has said that she had to ‘educate’ her husband Kanye West after his meeting with US President, Donald Trump. The 38-year-old reality star spoke at Variety’s Criminal Justice Reform Summit in West Hollywood on Wednesday. Explaining the situation about her Husband’s visit to the President at White House…

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Trump Administration Faces Lawsuit Over Jim Acosta’s Press Credentials

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Last updated on November 20th, 2018Donald Trump’s fury over Jim Acosta has added another bunch of questions over his personality, as CNN has now filed a lawsuit against his administration. In the case file by them, CNN has called out that revoking Acosta’s press credentials violates First Amendment rights of freedom of press, as well…

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