Second Civil war likely to spark, claims a ‘Rasmussen Reports’ survey

Second Civil war likely to spark, claims a ‘Rasmussen Reports’ survey

Washington:  The opposition faced by US President, Donald Trump and heightened tension over the issue of illegal immigrants could likely trigger a second civil war in the United States.  Almost one third of voters in the United States likely think of this, claims a survey by ‘Rasmussen Reports.’ US Congressman, Steve King and analyst Charles Hurt […]

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‘Rothschild’ supports Russian entrepreneur Deripaska to escape sanctions imposed by the US

‘Rothschild’ supports Russian entrepreneur Deripaska to escape sanctions imposed by the US

Moscow : Famous Russian entrepreneur ‘Oleg Deripaska’ is being aided by Rothschild to get his companies out of the ambit of the sanctions imposed by the United States. ‘EN+’ and ‘Rusal’ are controlled by Oleg Deripaska and hence they are trapped in the sanctions imposed by the United States.  Therefore, Deripaska is trying to sell […]

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War between Iran and Israel inevitable: Brookings Institution scholar Chris Meserole

War between Iran and Israel inevitable: Brookings Institution scholar Chris Meserole

Washington : The European countries have initiated  frantic efforts to save the Iran nuclear deal after the withdrawal of the United States. The European countries claim that through this historical nuclear deal Iran can be stopped from making nuclear weapons and in that case the Iran-Israel conflict can be avoided. But Chris Meserole, a scholar […]

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The Frederick Fleitz appointment as NSC Chief of Staff creates fresh controversy in the US

The Frederick Fleitz appointment as NSC Chief of Staff creates fresh controversy in the US

Washington: Frederick Fleitz, who had claimed that the followers of Islam are scheming to take over the United States and that a conflict with them in the near future is inevitable, has been appointed as the Chief of Staff of the United States National Security Council (NSC). This is another controversial appointment by the Trump […]

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US will face severe consequences if its nuclear deal with Iran fails, warns Iranian Foreign Minister

US will face severe consequences if its nuclear deal with Iran fails, warns Iranian Foreign Minister

New York: The Iranian Foreign Minister issued a stern warning that if the United States walks out of the nuclear deal with Iran, Iran can exercise multiple other options and the Iranian response will have a disturbing effect on the entire international community including the United States. US President Donald Trump has given a deadline […]

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Russian President’s explosive message for ‘wisdom’

Russian President’s explosive message for ‘wisdom’

Moscow:  Concerns are expressed from around the world over the possibility of a war between the United States and Russia over the Syrian issue. The leaders and the military officials of both the countries have warned that they are prepared for the war. But President Putin, who had been issuing strong statements against United States […]

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New law to prevent imports of cheap ‘Chinese’ products into Europe

New law to prevent imports of cheap ‘Chinese’ products into Europe

Strasbourg: New law has been passed to prevent import of cheap Chinese products into European countries. It was passed by 554 votes to 48 against, in the European parliament’s session on Wednesday. It was finalized after last month’s discussion amongst the European council members and the parliament. Although, the European Union (EU) in the past […]

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After discussions in Geneva, US-Russia agree on Syria issue, ceasefire from Monday

After discussions in Geneva, US-Russia agree on Syria issue, ceasefire from Monday

Geneva : The Foreign Ministers of the US and Russia have announced that the discussions about the Syrian conflict have been successful and that both the countries have reached an agreement about Syria. The announcement was made after the discussions lasting for almost 13 hours, between the US Secretary of State John Kerry and the […]

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