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    US MOVES WARSHIPS IN THE ME  / SYRIA LIBERATING IDLIB

US MOVES WARSHIPS IN THE ME / SYRIA LIBERATING IDLIB

This is about the Middle Eastern major incidents with grave regional and international implications. The two incidents discussed in the program are the rising tensions between the US and Iran, and the chaotic situation in Yemen amidst the Saudi inexorable violations.

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    Trump plans to pardon soldiers accused or convicted of war crimes: Report

Trump plans to pardon soldiers accused or convicted of war crimes: Report

US President Donald Trump has asked for immediate preparation of paperwork required to pardon several American troops convicted or accused of war crimes – including premeditated murder, attempted murder and desecration of a corpse, a report reveals. The requests are for Special Operations Chief Edward Gallagher of the Navy SEALs, who is facing a trial…

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    Iran rejects UK travel warning for dual nationals

Iran rejects UK travel warning for dual nationals

Iran’s ambassador to London has dismissed Britain's travel warning for dual UK-Iranian nationals, saying all citizens are safe during their visit provided that they are not working for foreign intelligence agencies. In a post on his Twitter account on Friday, Hamid Baeidinejad said that people holding dual British and Iranian nationality “are all welcomed to…

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    Australians start voting in federal elections

Australians start voting in federal elections

Australians began voting in a federal elections on Saturday, with bookies predicting a return to power for the Labor party after six years in the political wilderness and a campaign in which it has put climate change and tax reform at the top of its agenda. Prime Minister Scott Morrison has made economic management the…

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    Saudi Arabia’s carnage in Yemen

Saudi Arabia’s carnage in Yemen

Saudi Arabia launched a deadly campaign against Yemen in 2015. Since then it’s killed thousands civilians. And yet Riyadh describes retaliatory attacks by Yemeni forces as “act of terrorism”.  

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