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White House adviser addressed Middle East leaders last week amid PA rejection
Gina Haspel will replace Pompeo to lead CIA
Despite ‘great progress,’ ‘sanctions will remain’ until agreement reached, Trump declares
Egypt stressed in the statement the necessity of enhancing trust in the Middle East
Confronting terrorism tops Al-Sisi’s discussions with Iraqi, Tajiki, and Burkini presidents
Trump arrived on Saturday and met with the Saudi King
President denies that disputes between state entities exist
The visit will benefit both countries’ relations, but there might be some conflicts regarding regional policies, says Hassan Nafaa
US president Donald Trump has repeatedly stated his belief in the usefulness of torture and waterboarding, raising concern among human rights advocates. When asked if the US should use waterboarding to extract confessions from prisoners, Trump said: “I like it a lot. I don’t think it’s tough enough.” It was a worrisome statement by the new US …
The former Marine general easily secured enough votes to become US President Donald Trump’s defense secretary.
Donald Trump has been sworn in as US president.
A woman who claimed US President-elect Donald Trump kissed and groped her against her will has filed a defamation lawsuit.
New York Mayor Bill de Blasio has told US President-elect Donald Trump that the city is “fearful” of his incoming administration
From the Syrian carnage to North Korea aggressively upping its nuclear arms program, a slew of global challenges await Barack Obama’s successor.
Puerto Rico has suspended all payments on its multi-billion dollar debt after US President Barack Obama signed a law creating a federal oversight board to negotiate the restructuring of the island’s arrears.
TransCanada has formally filed a $15 billion suit over US President Barack Obama’s rejection of the Keystone XL pipeline
Barack Obama has become the first sitting US president to tour the city that was the site of the world’s first atomic bombing – an unprecedented step welcomed by the Japanese people. Julian Ryall reports from Tokyo.
Trump’s anti-Muslim comments have found resonance with many conservative US citizens, but who could’ve imagined that a Hindu group in India would hold a ceremony to pray for the presumptive Republican nominee’s victory?