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Russians Accused of Poisoning Former Spy Allow Interview

Russians Accused of Poisoning Former Spy Allow Interview

RT the state-funded Russian television station is airing an interview Thursday of two Russians that have the same name as the men accused by British authorities of attempting to assassinate a former Russian spy as well as his daughter,... 
Eight Bodies Discovered in Popular Cancun, Mexico

Eight Bodies Discovered in Popular Cancun, Mexico

A level two travel advisory was issued by the State Department for Mexico on Wednesday after Mexican authorities found eight bodies in Cancun, the popular beach resort that attracts millions of tourists annually. An unknown number... 
Trump Sharply Criticizes OPEC Through Tweets

Trump Sharply Criticizes OPEC Through Tweets

U.S. President Donald Trump aimed harsh criticism at members of OPEC the oil cartel Wednesday saying the group was doing very little to help with high prices of gas in the United States. In several tweets Trump said that if anything... 
Chinese Government: More Soybeans Must be Grown

Chinese Government: More Soybeans Must be Grown

In April the order came down from above. The Chinese government told farmers across the country’s breadbasket region in the northeast that they had to grow more soybeans calling the order a political priority. However, in some areas... 
Fuego Volcano Eruption Kills Dozens in Guatemala

Fuego Volcano Eruption Kills Dozens in Guatemala

On Sunday, Fuego volcano erupted in Guatemala killing dozens and leaving nearby resident covered in ash while they fled the billowing plumes. The Sunday eruption shot up thick clouds of gray smoke almost six miles into the air, while... 
Syria: Military Base Strike Was By Israeli Warplanes

Syria: Military Base Strike Was By Israeli Warplanes

A missile strike on a central Syria air base was the work of Israeli warplanes in the early morning hours of Monday and caused many casualties according to the Russian and Syrian governments, amidst concerns over renewed regional confrontations. Officials... 
New England Patriots Player Duron Harmon Turned Away by Costa Rica

New England Patriots Player Duron Harmon Turned Away by Costa Rica

Duron Harmon, who plays safety for the New England Patriots, was not allowed to enter Costa Rica because he attempted to bring marijuana into the Central American country, said law enforcement officials in the country. Police at the... 
Russia Blamed by UK for CyberAttack

Russia Blamed by UK for CyberAttack

On Thursday, Russia was blamed by the United Kingdom for a 2017 cyberattack. The British publicly pointed their finger at Moscow for the spreading of a virus that disrupted businesses across much of Europe including Reckitt Benckiser... 
United States Warns the World is Watching Iranian Protests

United States Warns the World is Watching Iranian Protests

The White House urged Iran to respect its citizen’s rights as the people of Iran are taking to the street in protect the past two days. The White House warned the world is watching. On Thursday, demonstrations in Mashhad a city in... 
Regulator in Israel Wants Bitcoin Companies Banned from Exchange

Regulator in Israel Wants Bitcoin Companies Banned from Exchange

The markets regulator in Israel is set to propose a new regulation that would ban businesses that are based on bitcoin and other virtual currencies from trading on Tel Aviv’s stock exchange said the regulator on Monday. Chairman... 
Mexico Upset with Proposal by U.S. Benefitting AT&T

Mexico Upset with Proposal by U.S. Benefitting AT&T

Mexico has shot down a U.S. proposal to include provisions that would be beneficial to AT&T in the North America Free Trade Agreement, said the Economy Minister of Mexico Ildefonso Guajardo. Guajardo said that North American based... 
Methane Emissions from Livestock Much Higher Than Estimated

Methane Emissions from Livestock Much Higher Than Estimated

Previous estimates of methane production from the global livestock industry were underestimating the full production by close to 11%, according to a just released study. The study, which was conducted by a group of scientists from... 
Trump mocks North Korea leader Kim Jong-Un as ‘Rocket Man’

Trump mocks North Korea leader Kim Jong-Un as ‘Rocket Man’

US President Donald Trump mocked North Korea leader Kim Jong-Un as “Rocket Man”. White House advisers have been publicly stating that North Korea would face destruction if it doesn’t step way from its current weapons... 
UK PM rebukes Donald Trump speculations on London train blast that left 22 injured

UK PM rebukes Donald Trump speculations on London train blast that left 22 injured

UK PM Theresa May as rebuked speculative tweets of US President Trump on the latest London train blast that left at least 22 people injured. May said that speculations aren’t helpful for anybody. “I never think it’s... 
Pakistan assured support by China, Russia post Trump criticism

Pakistan assured support by China, Russia post Trump criticism

Pakistan has been assured support by the Chinese and Russian governments after the Trump administration criticised Islamabad for providing safe havens to terrorists.. China and Russia have assured Pakistan that they would veto any... 
China interested in high speed railway projects in India

China interested in high speed railway projects in India

As Japan and India strengthen their bond with Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visiting India, China is showing interest in India’s high speed railway projects, reports indicate. China has been aggressively marketing its... 
North Korea slapped with new UN sanctions

North Korea slapped with new UN sanctions

North Korea has been slapped with new set of sanctions after the UN Security Council unanimously approved them. These new sanctions aren’t the toughest-ever as sought by the Trump administration, but they will do a little damage... 
Pakistan accuses India of CPEC sabotage through Kulbhushan Jadhav’s case

Pakistan accuses India of CPEC sabotage through Kulbhushan Jadhav’s case

Pakistan continues to sling mud at India through a statement wherein it has accused its neighbor of trying to sabotage the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) using Kulbhushan Jadhav’s case at the International Court of Justice. Jadhav,...