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Trump and John Bolton dispute over Iran's sanctions

WASHINGTON – Former national security adviser John Bolton left abruptly Tuesday after President Donald Trump proposed to lift some US sanctions on Iran to force Tehran to come to the negotiating table. 19659002] This person said Trump had raised the idea of ​​lifting sanctions during a discussion with Bolton on Monday afternoon in the Oval Office. Bolton made it clear …

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Trump confirms that Osama bin Laden's son Hamza has been killed in countering terrorism in the United States

He did not specify a period for surgery or death. "The loss of Hamza bin Ladin deprives Al-Qaeda not only of more important leadership qualities and symbolic connection to his father, but undermines important operational activities of the group," said the president in the statement. Trump also said, "Hamza bin Ladin was responsible for planning and dealing with various terrorist …

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The Bahamas prepare for bad weather as tropical storm Humberto approaches the area hit by hurricane Dorian – current path, route, forecast, updates

Bahamas devastated by hurricane are preparing for new storm The hurricane-devastated Bahamas have more problems. Tropical Storm Humberto is threatening the island of Grand Bahama, and is preparing more than 2,000 people living in shelters and those trying to rebuild their homes after Hurricane Dorian (19459043), 30 miles east of Great Abaco Island and about 145 Miles east of Freeport, …

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In China, 2019 is not 1989

The 2019 Hong Kong protests will be written about for decades to come. They are not, as Beijing claims, another color revolution: They do not seek to replace the national government. Nor are they, as the mainstream media dubs them, a product of a US / CIA plot to undermine China, a claim absurd on its face. Most importantly, even …

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Former British Prime Minister David Cameron apologizes for the Brexit divisions

LONDON – Former British Prime Minister David Cameron deplores the chaos and division caused by Brexit, but continues to defend the right to vote that sparked Britain's messy divorce from the European Union. After taking office in 2010, Cameron advocated that Britain remain in the EU following the referendum call of June 2016. He resigned in the morning after the …

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Boris Johnson is trapped in a Brexit Prison he helped build

Instead, the table toppled over. Just under seven weeks into the job, Johnson alienated many of the people he needed to reach his main goal of reaching Brexit by October 31st. He has argued with his own party, which negotiates unpleasant red lines for the European Union, made Brexiteans little leeway, made promises and threatened to leave the EU without …

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Canadian intelligence officer arrested for espionage

Ottawa: The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) announced on Friday that it had arrested a senior intelligence officer for alleged theft of sensitive documents, the federal police said in a statement. "The allegations are that he has received, stored and processed sensitive information that we believe he intends to share with people he should not disclose to them," prosecutor John …

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Drone attacks ignite fires in Saudi oil factories

According to the country's Ministry of Interior, drone strikes caused fires in two facilities of Saudi Arabia's huge state-owned oil company, which was named one of their largest operations in the kingdom. This has been the latest in a series of attacks on the country's oil wealth in recent months, as tensions between Iran and its agents such as the …

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