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Native American Genocide

Turkey’s Threat to Recognize Native American Genocide Brings Disappointment to Armenians

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After the threat to recognize the native American genocide by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, President Donald Trump has denied recognizing the mass killings of Armenians in 1915 as genocide. President Trump’s move has laid waste to the bipartisan efforts of the Senate to officially recognize the Armenian Genocide. The latest move by the Trump…

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Iowa Caucus

Firm Stance on Israel-Palestine Takes Sanders Forward ahead of Iowa Caucus

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With less than 50 days remaining for Iowa Caucus, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders is once again standing in the list of the top-tier Democratic presidential hopefuls. As per the recently conducted national surveys, Sanders is leading the RealClearPolitics average of polls in New Hampshire. He is currently the runner-up in Iowa presidential primaries and is…

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US-Turkey Relations

Erdogan’s Threat might Affect US-Turkey Relations Greatly

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US-Turkey relations might hit another snag as Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, on Sunday, threatened to close two strategic US military bases, Incirlik and Kurecik. From the past few weeks, the relations between Ankara and Washington have continued to plunge, mainly due to the sanctions imposed after the Turkish military offensive in Syria over the…

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Armenian Genocide

Senate Recognition of Armenian Genocide to Hit Relations with Turkey

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US Senate, in complete agreement, has passed the resolution to recognize Armenian Genocide that took place from 1915 to 1923 at the hands of the Ottoman Empire. The move will deeply impact US-Turkey relations, as it wasn’t just made over the objections of the Trump administration, but also as a scathing rebuke to the Turkish…

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Yemen Crisis

US Sanctions Iranian Transportations for Aggravating Yemen Crisis

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The US administration has imposed sanctions on Iranian transportation industry for its role and aid in aggravating the Yemen crisis. Though the sanctions were introduced to bring stability and end the ongoing humanitarian crisis in the Middle East, but a question, is it the only possible method to bring stability in the region, remains? Moreover,…

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Pensacola Shooting

New Jersey Standoff Echoes Memory of Pensacola Shooting

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Last week’s Pensacola shooting in Florida has put the US-Saudi relations under immense pressure despite the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) not yet confirming if the shooting was a terrorist attack. As per the recent update, 21-year-old Saudi national Mohammed Alshamrani obtained a 9mm Glock handgun, used in the attack, legally. FBI’s field office in…

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Afghanistan war

Afghanistan War: Soldiers Died While US Wasted Taxpayer’s Money

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Recently released documents about the Afghanistan War have taken media and the entire nation by storm. The documents have also put a question mark on the administration of various presidents as well as on the efficiency of various officials and leaders of armed forces. The documents comprise of more than 2,000 pages of “Lessons Learned”…

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Elizabeth Warren

Elizabeth Warren’s Campaign Gets More Transparent before Sixth Debate

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Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren’s presidential campaign has retaliated to calls of Sound Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg’s campaign about transparency in the campaigns for 2020 elections. On Sunday, Warren released the information of her previous legal work and the earnings she made. According to the disclosed information by Sen. Warren, she has received about $2 million…

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Pensacola Navy Base

Saudi Officer Shakes Pensacola Naval Base, But Fails to Disrupt US-Saudi Relations

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After the shooting incident at the Pensacola navy base, Florida, Friday morning, the authorities are still investigating the motives of the suspect identified as 2nd Lt. Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani. Alshamrani, an aviation officer with the Saudi Air Force, fatally shot three people before he was killed in the fire exchange with two deputies, who were…

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