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United Nations entreats the release of Saudi Arabia human rights activists

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

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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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Tony Blair demanded $35 million from the UAE to rectify its reputation in the West

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UK UAE: According to reports, Former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair’s consultancy demanded $35million (£27million) to build and rectify the United Arab Emirates’ (UAE) ‘reputation and influence’ in the West. The report also stated that Tony Blair Associates has asked for $7million (£5.4million) as annual fees, for a five year deal. The fees was inclusive of ‘professional fees’ and expenses, that is, compensation for…

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Tony Blair lobbied China officials on behalf of the UAE

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Tony Blair has privately lobbied the Chinese government in the interest of the UAE, endeavoring to secure deals with China, worth millions. The former prime minister of UK courted a number of big-league Chinese political and business leaders, and later introduced them to the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA), he works for. On July 20, 2018, China and the UAE signed myriad economic…

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A playboy model sued Elliott Broidy over the $1.6 million hush-money deal

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It seems that the rambling narrative of Michael Cohen’s hush money payoffs is not concluding anytime soon. The Wall Street Journal, in April, divulged that Elliott Broidy, the wealthy Trump donor, had agreed to pay $1.6 million to Shera Bechard, a former Playboy model who became pregnant during the extramarital affair. Cohen, Trump’s lawyer and…

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Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir with Egypt's Abdel Fattah el-Sisi

Egypt President Sisi’s diplomatic visit to Sudan could feed healthy bilateral relations

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Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El Sisi is all set to leave for Sudan, on July 19, for a two-day diplomatic visit. This would be Sisi’s first tour to Khartoum, since he got re-elected for a second term. Sudan Ambassador to Egypt, Abdul Mahmoud Abdul Halim has confirmed the visit through his country’s official news agency.…

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