Saudi confirms that journalist Khashoggi died in the Saudi consulate

Saudi confirms that journalist Khashoggi died in the Saudi consulate

Riyadh/Istanbul/Washington: Saudi Arabia has accepted that leading Saudi journalist and column writer in the US media, Jamal Khashoggi died in the Saudi embassy in Turkey. Khashoggi had a physical fight with the investigating Saudi officials, while he was interrogated at the Saudi embassy in Turkey, says the statement published by Saudi Arabia. Although President Trump […]

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US vessel enters Taiwan waters snubbing China’s opposition

US vessel enters Taiwan waters snubbing China’s opposition

Taipei/ Beijing: While the US-China brawl has reached its peak, a US naval vessel entered Taiwan’s port of Kaohsiung. Taiwan has welcomed the visit of the US naval ship at the port of Taiwan, claiming the development to not be linked with any military activities. However, China has criticized US’ entry in Taiwan waters saying […]

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One wrong step can also threaten the peace; stern Chinese warning to Australia

One wrong step can also threaten the peace; stern Chinese warning to Australia

Beijing/Canberra: Australia, who is increasing its naval cooperation with the United States in the South China Sea was issued a stern warning by China. ‘Australia who has joined hands with the United States should not participate in the Cold War against China. This will disturb the peace between Australia and China,’ was the warning issued […]

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Seeds of a next global economic crisis are being sown, serious warning by economist in IMF meeting

Seeds of a next global economic crisis are being sown, serious warning by economist in IMF meeting

Jakarta: Seeds for a new economic crisis are being sown with the trade war between the United States and China, rising interest rates in the United States and declining currency value of the developing countries, was the warning issued in the meeting of the International Monitory Fund (IMF) meeting. Chief of the IMF, Christine Lagarde […]

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More than thousand Greek parents issue ultimatum: “We don’t want migrant children in our schools”

More than thousand Greek parents issue ultimatum: “We don’t want migrant children in our schools”

Athens: The discontent against the immigrants in Greece, which is considered to be the gateway for the immigrants to Europe is intensifying. More than 1,000 parents on the Chios Island in Greece have refused to send their children to schools to study with the immigrants’ children. The Chios residents have also said that the government […]

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Pressure increases on Saudi over Khashoggi issue; US along with the European countries demands investigation

Pressure increases on Saudi over Khashoggi issue; US along with the European countries demands investigation

Istanbul/Washington/Riyadh: The pressure on the Saudi government is increasing over the issue of Jamal Khashoggi, a leading Saudi journalist and a column writer in the US media. US President Donald Trump had discussions with Saudi King Salman and has decided to send Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo to Saudi. At the same time, the United […]

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US restricts nuclear technology transfer to China

US restricts nuclear technology transfer to China

Washington/Beijing: ‘The Chinese government is trying to acquire and implement nuclear technology by stepping outside the scope of the US-China nuclear cooperation agreement. Therefore, its effects on the security of the United States cannot be ignored,’ US Secretary of Energy, Rick Perry announced the nuclear technology sanctions to be imposed on China. President Trump had […]

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Japan and Germany join the ‘Five Eyes Alliance’ to counter China

Japan and Germany join the ‘Five Eyes Alliance’ to counter China

Washington: The ‘Five Eyes Alliance’ established during the Second World War with the initiative from the United States and the United Kingdom has opened a new front against China. The coalition that aims to track all the secret Chinese activities in different countries includes Japan and Germany too. This development confirms the claims of increasing […]

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