Wednesday, June 24, 2020

America Politics

Trump attends a graduation ceremony for officers, amid disputes with the Pentagon

US President Donald Trump is taking part in a ceremony to hand over certificates at the prestigious West Point Military Academy near New York, in the midst of a dispute between him and the Pentagon and at a time...

Reports of Russian intervention supporting Trump in the US 2020 elections

Informed sources reported that Shelby Pearson, the chief election security official in US intelligence, had warned lawmakers that Russian intelligence was taking steps to intervene in the 2020 presidential election to support incumbent President Donald Trump to win a...

Trump used celebration of his acquittal to attack intelligence and police

US President Donald Trump celebrated his exoneration in the US Senate’s isolation trial with a celebration speech in which he attacked the American intelligence community and blamed “dirty policemen” for accusing him in the first place. Trump carried the front...

Trump is sowing new discord with his peace plan

Middle East Peace Plan: The conflict between Israel and the Palestinians has long ceased to be the central, overlaid "Middle East conflict". Nevertheless, fires other trouble spots; It serves as a lever for radical states like the Islamic Republic...

Ukraine affair and the missing link

The U.S President's legal adviser had expanded his defense strategy in the Senate: The burden of proof is on the other side, said Pat Cipollone in the impeachment process against Donald Trump on Saturday. But this has nothing, just...

Trump: Middle East has changed rapidly since the beginning of my tenure

US President Donald Trump said that the Middle East has changed rapidly since the beginning of my tenure of the United States of America, adding that he traveled to Saudi Arabia in the last period to discuss common priorities...

Brazil: Rains kill 54 people, more than 30,000 displaced

The rains forced more than 30,000 people to displace in southeast Brazil, while the rains claimed 54 lives and left 18 others missing. Storms in the country in recent days caused floods, landslides and flooded entire neighborhoods. Houses were...

Trump to unveil Middle East peace plan on Tuesday

US President Donald Trump said Thursday that he will unveil his long-awaited peace plan in the Middle East before Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visits Washington next week. Trump told reporters aboard Air Force One that he was on his...

US Senate approves Trump trial rules

The US Senate approved early Wednesday morning the rules for the trial of President Donald Trump, and this included postponing discussions on calling witnesses until the middle of the trial. The House of Representatives, with the support of all Republican...

Senate trial attendance or presidential campaign in Iowa?

"How great that you are all here", lauds Elizabeth Warren as she jogs toward the podium and claps the hands of some followers. The event room of the public high school in the town of Grimes is well filled....

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Sacrificing role models of media

Remember Anil Datta, a gem of a reporter and guru of a sub-editor with the exemplary national spirit, foregoing...

Banks performance under SBP Rozgar Refinance Scheme supported by Government of Pakistan’s Risk Sharing Facility

On April 10, 2020 State Bank of Pakistan introduced a refinance scheme to provide concessional credit at 3% interest rate and generous repayment terms...

SBP calls meeting of Bank Presidents, top builders on Naya Pakistan Housing Program

Governor State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) Dr. Reza Baqir called a meeting of Banks on Wednesday for deliberations on the measures proposed by Naya...

China: The Indian army has breached its obligations and launched provocative attacks, causing casualties

Zhang said - in a statement this evening about the clashes between the Chinese and Indian border forces in the Galvan Valley region -...

UK’s economy suffers from epidemic – 600 thousand jobs lost due to Corona

Official figures indicate that the number of employees in the UK payroll fell more than 600,000 between March and May, according to the BBC,...