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Swiss pistol voting can take away Swiss weapons

Helena Bachmann, Special for USA TODAY Posted 6:18 AM ET ET 17, 2019 | Updated 6:39 AM May 17, 2019 CLOSE Police said it was amazing to seize more than 1,000 weapons from a home in the neighboring Bel Air neighborhood. USA TODAY JENEVA – As pressure for arms reform continues to cause heated debates in the United States and …

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Sterling falls because Brexit interrupts conversations

Prime Minister Teresa May and opposition party Labor Party leader Jeremy Corbin at the opening of parliament on June 21, 2017 in London, United Kingdom Stefan Vermouth | WPA Pool | Getty Images Hopes that the two largest political parties in the UK can sign a Brexit agreement Six weeks of talks between the top MPs of the ruling Conservative …

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In Tehran, the ghost of the war met more than fear

Many Iranians, desperate to get rid of the financial difficulties that are partly caused by US sanctions, react more to disobedience than to antagonism, while the countries are seeking confrontation. and its allies from the Gulf, the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia – have long been at war. Although US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the US did …

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Tramp's trade war shows how China has lost all of its friends in Washington

Starting with Richard Nixon's historic visit to Beijing in 1972, the subsequent administrations – Democrats and Republicans – worked to improve relations with Beijing. Democrat Jimmy Carter officially confessed the People's Republic of China to Taiwan, Republican George H.V. Bush maintains dialogue with Chinese leaders in the years following the Tiananmen Square massacre, and Democrat Bill Clinton backs China's membership …

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Who owns the oil and debt of Venezuela?

The importance of this unresolved question became even more clear last month when the 35-year-old President of the National Assembly, Guido, failed to convince the military to abandon Maduro. There is now an international financial chess match between the United States and more than 50 countries supporting Guaydo as the country's legitimate interim president and those nations that have joined …

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Trump Admin's movements stimulated Iranian aggression, says Intel's Intel

Trump administration hawks have spent the last two weeks suing a heightened threat from Iran. US intelligence services, however, estimate that Iran's aggressive actions are in response to the administration's own actions. Three US government officials familiar with the situation told The Daily Beast that officials in numerous US intelligence agencies have estimated that Iran's new threatening activity, which the …

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