Thursday, November 21, 2019

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US welcomes the release of two American and Australian hostages from Afghanistan

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said his country welcomes the release of hostages including US professor Kevin King and Australian professor Timothy Weeks, who were successfully released this morning, noting that they are in the care of the...

China warns United States against flexing muscles in South China Sea

Chinese defense officials on Monday warned their US counterparts against "flexing muscles" in the disputed South China Sea after meeting US Defense Secretary Mark Esper, media sources said. Chinese Defense Ministry spokesman Colonel Wu Qian said the South China Sea...

Nearly five million unauthorized migrants lives in Europe

In Europe, between 3.9 and 4.8 million migrants without a valid residence permit lived in 2017. This estimate comes from the Washington Pew Institute in a recent study. It refers to figures from the 28 EU states and the...

Paris Climate Agreement: America’s exit leaves everyone cold

Exactly three years after the entry into force of the Paris climate agreement, the American government has redeemed the campaign promise by President Donald Trump: the exit from the historic treaty of the United Nations to curb global warming...

Trump wants China to investigate Biden

Donald Trump is in the grip of impending impeachment as he openly encouraged China to investigate against his political rival Joe Biden and his son. Trump told reporters in the White House garden on Thursday: "I would that certainly...

Protesters in Hong Kong convey their message to the US consulate

Hong Kong's pro-democracy protesters plan to convey their message to the US consulate on Sunday after another night of violence in the 14th week of unrest in the Chinese-ruled city. US Defense Secretary Mark Esper on Saturday urged the Chinese...

United States is ready to help put out Amazon fires

The United States is ready to help Brazil extinguish Amazon fires, but only if it involves cooperation with the country's government. On Monday, several Group 7 (G7) member countries, including Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and the United States...

Azevedo: America does not provide concrete assistance to fight Amazon fires

Brazilian Defense Minister Fernando Azevedo said on Saturday that the United States is not providing tangible support to fight forest fires despite President Donald Trump's loose offer of assistance. Azevedo told reporters at a press conference that there had been...

US will strongly impose sanctions to prevent Iranian oil tanker sailing

The United States will impose all its sanctions packages to prevent the private sector from helping an Iranian oil tanker sailing in the Mediterranean that Washington wants to seize, a State Department official said on Monday. "The shipping sector has...

Amazon intends to launch program to donate its unsold products

Global online retailer Amazon has announced its intention to launch a new program to donate its unsold and stored products. Depending on the information available the program FBA Donations The new company will enable its partners in the United States...
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Greece closes three migrant camps

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Alibaba is going public in Hong Kong, despite the escalating protests

Chinese Internet corporation Alibaba announced on Wednesday at what price it intends to sell its shares intended for trading on the Hong Kong Stock...

Gordon Sondland raises serious charges against Trump

The US ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland has charged President Donald Trump with the Ukraine affair, although he has not clearly substantiated...

Two Australian universities refused to be associated with Prince Andrew

Two Australian universities have cut ties with a charity body founded by Prince Andrew, after he refused to deny his friendship with sex offender...

Australia bush fires: Over 100 schools are closed, 300 homes destroyed

Australia bush fires: More than 100 schools in southeastern Australia are closed on Wednesday and authorities are warning residents in high-risk zones to be...