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House Investigates US’ Alleged Nuclear Transfer to Saudi

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The United States of America is reportedly rushing in to support another bid of Saudi Arabia by ‘promoting’ the transfer of sensitive nuclear technology, a new congressional report has alleged. President Donald Trump and his close aides have reportedly impelled to build nuclear power plants all across the Kingdom, despite ardent protests against the move.…

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Trump to Form Panel to Rebuke Climate Change Facts Approved by Scientists

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Reportedly, Trump administration is all set to form a panel to reconsider and alter the US government’s stance on climate change. According to the administration officials, the panel that would work under National Security Council (NSC) would be made of people who have been doubtful of the scientific consensus on man-made global warming. The White…

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Senate bars arms supply to Saudi Arabia

Senate Vote to Bar Arms Supply to Saudi Likely to Happen Next Week

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Last updated on February 28th, 2019Almost 6 months after the Washington Post journalist, Jamal Khashoggi was executed inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, the matter has still not resolved. The US senators on Monday said, Trump administration had not registered any progress over the Journalist’s murder as well as the Kingdom’s involvement in the Yemen…

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LGBT Decriminalization Campaign is More than What it Seems, says Richard Grenell

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The struggle has been on for obtaining “freedom” for the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex individuals around the world, against all odds. Many high-profile individuals around the world have called for a “fair judgement” of the LGBT group. Statistics gathered in 2017 from the International LGBT Association revealed that there is still criminalization…

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US Asks European Countries to Take Back ISIS Fighters

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President Donald Trump has sent off a barrage of tweets about foreign ISIS fighters, at a time when ISIS’ control has shrunk to just 700 square meters in Syria and a final offense has been launched to oust ISIS completely. The thought now is that thousands of European ISIS fighters will permeate Europe and Donald…

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Saudi Arabia hacks into Jeff Bezos phone

Is Saudi Arabia behind the Jeff Bezos phone hack?

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Jeff Bezos, Amazon.com founder and Washington Post (WP) owner, has claimed that American Media Inc. blackmailed him by threatening to publish his intimate photos, which were obtained illegally. He accused the National Enquirer’s parent company in a Medium blog post, after his private life was divulged by the tabloid publisher, which maintains close ties with…

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Shinzo Abe nominates Donald Trump for Nobel Peace Prize

Was Trump Nominated for Nobel Peace Prize on White House Request?

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Last updated on February 20th, 2019US President Donald Trump is the new face of peace and prosperity in the nation. The President who functions by his so-called doctrine of ‘making America great again’ is in the record books, after he was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. However, according to Japan’s newspaper, the nomination came…

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House Resolution Might Halt US Intervention in Saudi’s War in Yemen

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Last updated on February 17th, 2019President Donald Trump’s perpetual support for the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, despite several of its inexpiable moves, has been infuriating Democrats as well as several members of his administration. Citing the atrocity of the alliance, the House of Representatives voted on February 13 to spell an end for American military…

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Probing into Trump Induces Democrats’ Confidence in 2020 Elections

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Last updated on February 18th, 2019After an astonishing win at the November elections, several Democratic leaders have preferred to remain at a distance from indulging in an unnecessary feud with President Donald Trump during the 2020 election campaign. However, Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) recently presented an argument, which possibly has the potential to outrage the…

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