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Afghan Taliban leader accuses U.S. of creating doubts over pact
08.08.19 09:32 Iraq War, "War on terror"
The leader of the Taliban said on Thursday the United States had raised a cloud of doubt and uncertainty about an expected deal aimed at allowing it to withdraw its troops from Afghanistan and end its longest war.
Reuters
 

Kyrgyz President Accuses Atambayev of Violating Constitution by Resisting Detention
08.08.19 09:31 f.USSR
Former Kyrgyz President Almazbek Atambayev flagrantly violated the national constitution and laws when he offered on Wednesday tough armed resistance to special-purpose police units that stormed his residence in a bid to detain him, President Sooronbay Jeenbekov said on Thursday at a session of the Security Council.
Sputnik
 

Chinese foreign ministry slams U.S. interference in Venezuela
08.08.19 09:30 Americas on the move
An order by U.S. President Donald Trump to freeze the Venezuelan government’s assets and cut off its funds is an act of “gross interference” and a violation of the norms of international relations, China’s foreign ministry said.
Reuters
 

With an eye on Russia, China and a horse, Pentagon chief visits Mongolia
08.08.19 09:29 Asia rising
U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper met senior Mongolian leaders on Thursday in a rare visit to the strategically important nation as the Pentagon seeks to implement its strategy of focusing on countering China and Russia.
Reuters
 

Pentagon Claims Iran Uses GPS Jamming in the Gulf So It Can Lure and Seize Foreign Ships
08.08.19 09:28 Iran
Iranian forces have seized three commercial vessels in the Strait of Hormuz – the most critical waterway for the world’s oil industry – over alleged maritime violations, prompting a backlash from a spate of Western countries, primarily the United States.
Sputnik
 

USAF X-37B Military Space Planes Mystery Mission Circling Earth Hits 700 Days
08.08.19 09:27 Global Security
The robotic X-37B launched its fifth and latest mission, known as Orbital Test Vehicle 5 (OTV-5), hitting the 700-day mark, and is just a few weeks short of breaking the vehicles spaceflight-duration record.
Sputnik
 

China destabilizing Indo-Pacific: U.S. Defense Secretary
04.08.19 18:29 Global Security
China is destabilizing the Indo-Pacific, U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper said on Sunday, charging Beijing with predatory economics, intellectual property theft and “weaponizing the global commons”.
Reuters
 

EU must change its negotiating terms for Brexit, says Barclay
04.08.19 18:28 European trends
The European Union’s chief Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier, must go back to the bloc’s leaders to change the terms of the talks because Britain’s parliament will not accept the current deal, British Brexit minister Stephen Barclay said on Sunday.
Reuters
 

Indian Space Agency Releases First Photos of Earth Taken by Its Lunar Mission
04.08.19 18:27 Asia rising
The spacecraft is still travelling farther from our planet, as it needs to traverse 384,000 km in its journey to the Moon.
Sputnik
 

Ceasefire gives wary Syrians in Idlib respite from strikes
04.08.19 18:25 Middle East
Shopkeepers and residents in Syria’s Idlib city have found relief from air strikes but remain wary after a ceasefire halted fierce government bombing against the rebel foothold.
Reuters
 

300 German Police Officers Attacked Trying to Deport Migrants in 2018
04.08.19 18:25 European trends
The number of deportees being expelled from Germany is continuing to decline, statistics by the country’s Interior Ministry suggest. While airlines are being blamed for hampering the process, police are reporting that assaults against officers carrying out deportations have become part of the job.
Sputnik
 

Iran seizes another tanker in the Gulf, state media say
04.08.19 18:23 Iran
Iran has seized another foreign tanker in the Gulf, Iranian state media say. A Revolutionary Guard Corps commander was quoted as saying its naval forces had "seized a foreign tanker in the Persian Gulf that was smuggling fuel for some Arab countries".
BBC
 

New US Sanctions Against Russia Over Skripal Case Not Affecting State-Owned Companies - US Treasury
04.08.19 18:22 Economics
US Treasury Department explained on Saturday in a separate memo that the new sanctions against Russia did not apply to state-owned companies and to the secondary sovereign debt market.
Sputnik
 

Syria’s “Opposition” Fails to Represent Syrians
03.08.19 12:34 Middle East
The Syrian population residing in Syria is suffering from having barely survived eight years of war. They didn’t leave for camps in Turkey, Jordan or Lebanon, or they are those who have returned to Syria from having been in camps. They did not take a smuggler’s boat ride to Greece and did not end up in Germany with a free house, food, education, and job prospects. For one reason, or another, they are the Syrians who stayed, had hope of the war ending, and they outnumber those who left the country.
Global Research
 

China vows fight against Trumps latest tariffs as stocks sink
03.08.19 12:33 Economics
China on Friday vowed to fight back against U.S. President Donald Trump’s abrupt decision to slap 10% tariffs on the remaining $300 billion in Chinese imports, a move that ended a month-long trade truce.
Reuters
 
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