Ahead of US President Joe Biden's visit to Saudi Arabia in a push to lower oil prices, a bipartisan group of nearly 50 members of Congress has introduced a legislation on June 1 to invoke the 1973 War Powers Resolution…
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South Africa's Foreign Minister Naledi Pandor called on the international community to take action to put an end to the ongoing grievances the Palestinians are experiencing and to hold Israel accountable for the inhumane conditions that the…
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U.S. President Joe Biden said on Friday he was not traveling to Saudi Arabia's explicitly to meet de facto leader Mohammed bin Salman during a trip next month and said he was seeing the Saudi crown prince as part of a broader "international…
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A major bill expanding health care and benefits for veterans exposed to toxic military burn pits in Iraq and Afghanistan passed the U.S. Senate on Thursday, as senators praised their bipartisan work on one of the few issues on which they can…
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AL-UDEID AIR BASE, Qatar—Russian forces have conducted a series of operations against the U.S.-led coalition in Syria this month, including one this week at a strategically located base in the southern part of the country, U.S. military officials…
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British Home Secretary Priti Patel on Friday signed an extradition order to send Julian Assange to stand trial in America.
Legal Road Ahead
The extradition order landed on Patel’s desk after the U.K. Supreme Court refused to hear Assange’s…
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MORE than 150 British Afghanistan embassy staff have yet to be relocated to Britain, with some saying they have been beaten and tortured by the Taliban, it was revealed today.
The staff worked for global security firm GardaWorld, which provided…
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Israel regularly coordinates many of its airstrikes in Syria with US officials, and in some cases awaits American approval for its raids, The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday.
The paper, citing unnamed US officials, said the…
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