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Erdogan Adviser Discloses US-Russia Plans for Syria

A senior adviser to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says that both USA and Russia want the Assad regime to survive. Furthermore, they want to make sure Kurdish groups gain power in a new security structure. According to the sources close to Bashar al-Assad’s government, the two world leaders want to include Kurdish forces of… Keep Reading

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Capital Gazette Shooter – Jarrod Ramos

Latest reports from Laurel police department suggest that Jarrod W. Ramos, 38, is being held as the suspect in the attack on Capital Gazette. The deadly shooting happened on Thursday, and according to court records that are accessible online, Ramos has been charged with five counts of first-degree murder. A bail review hearing is set… Keep Reading

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EU tariffs on US goods start on Friday

The implementation of tariffs on €2.8 billion of United States exports to the European Union starts on Friday. Some of the goods affected are orange juice, motorcycles, and bourbon whiskey. European Commission imposed duties of the U.S. products after President Donald Trump announced that steel exports to America would be taxed with additional 25% and… Keep Reading

Germany/News/U.S.

German lock on the European economy hurts US exports

Germany, as the largest European economy, accounts for almost one-quarter of EU’s production and consumption. In itself, it is a fact that should threaten anyone, but the breakdown of Germany’s economy leaves a lot to be desired. The trade surplus with the United States alone is $64.2 billion in 2017. Compared with total American exports… Keep Reading

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The US Expects Full Denuclearization Before Sanctions Are Removed

According to the US Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, the United States will remove the sanctions when full denuclearization occurs. However, the North Korea’s view of the process is somewhat different, and they believe that everything will happen in stages and that both countries will do their part, step by step. The United States President… Keep Reading

China/U.S.

Trade Talks Between America and China End In Stalemate

On Sunday, China and the United States ended the trade talks that took place in Beijing. The number of announced deals is zero, and Beijing officials refused to commit to buying more American goods. The US will continue with imposing further tariffs on Chinese export goods. Chinese news media distributed the official statement that said:… Keep Reading

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