Friday, November 15, 2019

Robert Frank

Trump’s removal measures: US Poll reveals support for 50 percent of Americans to the House of Representatives

The Politico Foundation released the results of a US Poll in conjunction with Trump's impeachment measures, revealing that 81% of voters surveyed said there was a chance they would change their minds regarding the investigation into Trump's removal. The US...

New UK Guidelines on EU Citizens residence

Britain is threatening to deport EU citizens if they do not apply in time for a new immigration status after Britain leaves the bloc and will only be tolerated in exceptional circumstances, informed sources said. According to the undisclosed guidance,...

Hong Kong suspends school sessions until Sunday due to protests

All schools will be suspended from Friday to Sunday due to transportation and transportation problems, the Hong Kong Education Office said. The office made the announcement in a statement and urged students to stay away from violence. Anti-government protests paralyzed parts...

Germany announces an increase in the value of arms exports to 7.42 billion euros

The German government said in a statement that it issued arms exports permits worth 7.42 billion euros during the first 10 months of this year; almost equivalent to the total value of arms exports recorded by Germany in the...

Napkin stuck in President Trump’s shoes after coming off his car .. Photos

Reuters news agency published pictures of US President Donald Trump as he got out of his car, and was noticed after the descent of a napkin stuck in his shoes, which caused ridicule on social networking sites, where it...

House committee will hold public hearings on Trump’s accountability next week

The US House of Representatives Intelligence Committee will hold three days of public hearings next week as part of its inquiry into President Donald Trump's accountability, the chairman of the House of Representatives Intelligence Committee said on Tuesday. Witnesses at...

Turkey’s iron woman Miral Akchnar slams Erdogan’s son-in-law on economic downturn

Miral Akchnar, head of Turkey's opposition Al-Khair Party, nicknamed "Iron Woman", launched a fierce attack on Finance Minister Berat Albayrak and brother-in-law of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. According to the Turkish newspaper Yenicag, Miral Akchnar criticized Erdogan's brother-in-law, because of the...

Canadian opposition leader asks Trudeau to resume work in parliament Nov. 25

Canadian opposition Conservative Party leader Andrew Scheer has called on Prime Minister and Liberal Party leader Justin Trudeau to resume work in parliament on Nov 25. Scheer's spokesman, Simon Jefferies, said Canada was more divided than ever and that Trudeau...

Germany: Europe should consider renewing sanctions on Iran’s nuclear deal breach

Britain, France and Germany should be prepared to respond to Iran's violations of the 2015 nuclear deal, which could mean the resumption of international sanctions against Tehran, although Europe still wants to save the deal, Germany's foreign minister Heiko...

US report reveals new secrets: Turkish authorities keen to promote false efforts to prosecute ISIS leaders

In an attempt to obscure its support for terrorism, the Turkish authorities keen to promote false efforts to prosecute ISIS leaders, weeks after the death of its leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. A senior US official said Turkey had offered no...

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Trump’s removal measures: US Poll reveals support for 50 percent of Americans to the House of Representatives

The Politico Foundation released the results of a US Poll in conjunction with Trump's impeachment measures, revealing that 81%...

New UK Guidelines on EU Citizens residence

Britain is threatening to deport EU citizens if they do not apply in time for a new immigration status after Britain leaves the bloc...

US appeals court upholds decision to disclose Trump’s financial records

Trump's financial records: A US appeals court said on Wednesday it would not review an October decision ordering President Donald Trump's accounting firm to...

Ukrainian president offers 10 percent bonus for bribery and corruption reporting

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has signed a law to pay 10 percent of confiscated money to those reporting corruption-related crimes to the authorities. The Ukrainian...

Morales condemns US recognition of the new government in Bolivia

Bolivia's former president, Evo Morales on Wednesday denounced the United States' recognition of his country's self-proclaimed "de facto" government since he left the country. The...