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ISIS in Syria: Desert on the front line

A week ago Al-Sharina and his children returned to their former home in the town of Hadjin on the Euphrates River in Eastern Syria. A coalition of US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (KDF), Kurdish soldiers and Arab tribes freed Hadjin from the nar. Islamic state in December. During the process, almost every building in the center of Hadjin is damaged or …

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Stansted 15 activist: "Make it easy that we will not go to jail"

Protesters who postponed flights and shut down a runway after penetrating Stansted Airport and attached to an airplane avoided immediate sentences. 19659002] Out of the 15 protesters, 12 received public procurement contracts, and three were sentenced for conditional convictions indicted for security threats at the airport. Source link

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Venezuela owes China and Russia billions as president rage

"The question is, do they believe a couple of billion more dollars can tide the country over?" Ironically, if Moscow allows Venezuela default on its debts, then Russia would actually be able to exercise its lien on Venezuela's most valuable asset: US-based oil giant Citgo. In 2016, Maduro secured a fresh loan by giving Rosneft a 49.9 percent stake in …

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Venezuela's two-party legislation is aggravated by the use of military force

Breaking News Emails Receiving alarm news and special reports. The news and stories that matter gave morning on weekdays. February. 7:20 AM GMT By Li Ann Caldwell and Josh Ledrman WASHINGTON – Senate resolutions to support Venezuelan leader Juan Guaydo after he was expected to gain unanimous support is being torpedoed by disagreement over the use of military force, according …

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Fourth woman at 48 hours blames Nobel Prize for Sexual Misconduct

Eleonora Antilon held his secret in a bottle for more than 30 years. But when she read a social media article on Tuesday, saying that a woman had accused Ascar Arias Sánchez, Costa Rica's former president of sexual violence, she did not hesitate: "From personal experience with him," she wrote the social media platform, "I BELIEVE!" Ms. Antilone is among …

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Venezuelan crisis: Pompeo requires a corridor for help

Image copyright AFP Thousands of people are fleeing the worsening economic crisis in Venezuela US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has asked Venezuela to reopen a bridge on the Colombian border for an aid shipment organized by the opposition. Venezuelan soldiers have blocked the switch to delivery, organized by opposition leader Juan Guido, who has declared himself a temporary president. …

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Sanction the Venezuelan military officers obstructing aid convoys

I in the Furtherance of its Pressure campaign against Nicolas Maduro's illegitimate government, U.S. and its allies in the Americas, Asia, and Europe should sanction Venezuelan military officers, including junior ranks, who are preventing aid from reaching the Venezuelan soil. Sanctions would be justified for two moral reasons. First, because the only legitimate democratic authority to accept or reject the …

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WhatsApp prepares for India's election, the world's largest

Last year, a spate of lynchings triggered by viral hoax messages on its service put the company at the center of a debate about misinformation in the country, where it has more than 200 million users Now it's bracing for India's WhatsApp is deploying artificial intelligence to clean up its platform ahead of the elections, in which more than 800 …

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