Latest in Tag: US Highlight
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At least 10 more Turkish tanks have crossed into Syria, a day after pro-Ankara Syrian opposition fighters ousted jihadis from Jarablus.
“Delegation asserted desires to boost US private sector investment in Egypt,” says Foreign Minister
Shoukry also met with his Argentinean counterpart, seeking mutual support for the countries’ nominees for UN posts
Turkey and the United States have a history of overcoming differences.
Head of US central command praised the Egyptian Armed Forces’ efforts in countering terrorism in Sinai
Garrett’s second visit to Egypt highlights bilateral cooperation and counter-terrorism measures
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Donald Trump’s economic policy has often been vague or vacillating, causing deep frowns among economists across the political spectrum. But will he change course as he positions himself for the presidential election?
The final Republican platform, released Monday, would pull the United States out of the international climate accord, open national forests for logging and declare coal a “clean energy resource.”
The head of the US Naval Forces Central Command is set to discuss American-Egyptian collaboration
The Turkish government has arrested thousands of soldiers and fired thousands of judges after the failed coup
A recently published United States (US) State Department report on human trafficking provides Qatar with yet another roadmap to counter World Cup-related international criticism of its labour regime. The State Department’s annual review serves as a warning to Qatar, as the clock ticks on an ultimatum by the International Labour Organisation (ILO). The ILO last May said that it …
The US Congress has published long-classified documents on alleged ties between Saudi Arabia and 9/11 hijackers. While the inquiry found no solid evidence of links, officials noted their suspicions of Saudi support.
An “Islamic State” linked news agency has reported the death of the group’s “minister of war,” Omar al-Shishani. The US claimed to have killed him in March.
It took spacecraft Juno five years to get to Jupiter. Now, it’s closer to the planet than ever before and has finally sent the first photo. It could be better. But NASA has promised that this is only the beginning.
The electric carmaker says it has not been informed of an investigation by the US financial market regulator into allegations that Tesla kept a deadly crash secret from investors ahead of issuing new shares.
Points of discord remain, time is running thin, and the public mood is souring on free trade – does TTIP stand a chance? The EU and the US are meeting for the 14th time, and the Sisyphean boulder is only getting heavier.
Nintendo’s Pokémon Go app has turned the slumping Japanese video game developer into an overnight celebrity on the app market. Can it sustain its success, or is it just experiencing its 15 minutes of fame?
US Defense Secretary Ash Carter has announced the US will send 560 more troops to Iraq to help prepare for an Iraqi-led recapture of Mosul. Iraqi forces have made a series of recent gains against “Islamic State.”
The US has expelled two Russian officials in response to an attack on an American diplomat in Moscow last month. It’s not the first time allegations about the treatment of US diplomats have surfaced.
European governments have approved the new agreement after the last one was struck down for not guarding citizens’ privacy. Certain protective measures have been added, though not enough to convince four countries.
Five police officers have been shot dead and several injured during protests in the US city of Dallas. Thousands have marched in cities across the United States after the fatal police shootings of two black men
Three astronauts have taken off from Russia’s Baikonur Cosmodrome heading for the International Space Station (ISS) in an upgraded Soyuz spacecraft. The three are US, Japanese and Russian citizens.
A suicide bomber has detonated an explosive device near the US consulate in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Initial reports indicate the bomber died in the explosion and two people were injured.
For the first time the report tackled the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
“The discussion was about the options for settling the Syrian conflict, including the possibility of Russian-US cooperation in the fight against terrorist groups active in Syria,” the Russian statement read
A Russian warship has carried out aggressive maneuvers close to a US navy ship in the Mediterranean, according to the US military. It is the second time in two weeks that the US has made such accusations.
A US Congressman says the Chechen Akhmed Chatayev is suspected of planning Tuesday’s attack in Istanbul. Chatayev had been arrested multiple times in Europe and was granted asylum in Austria.
In a much-anticipated report, the US has revealed the number of people – including civilians – killed in drone strikes. The report, however, is unlikely to quash criticism.