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The US administration and the question of the Middle East

The US administration and the question of the Middle East

.They way the cash of the Middle East goes directly into Americans’ pocket Trump’s stance towards economy Trump is the man of business not politics. This is the life he has lived so far. Therefore, the decisions he makes are more business-oriented than politics-centered. Finding the richest tribes in Islamic countries shows this fact. The arms deal of $ 110 …

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Hate group rallies against Islamic law in dozens of US cities

Hate group rallies against Islamic law in dozens of US cities

A right-wing hate group has held rallies in about 30 cities across the United States to protest against Islamic laws, but critics believe anti-Muslim hatred is behind the demonstration. ACT for America staged rallies on Saturday in New York, Chicago, Boston, Denver and Seattle, as well as many smaller cities to denounce Muslims’ law (Shariah), which the group says poses …

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Anti-Muslim rallies across US denounced by civil rights groups

Anti-Muslim rallies across US denounced by civil rights groups

.So-called ‘anti-Sharia’ rallies across almost 30 US cities come as hate crimes on the rise, prompting criticism and counter-protests A wave of anti-Muslim rallies planned for almost 30 cities across America on Saturday by far-right activists has drawn sharp criticism from civil rights groups and inspired counter-protests nationwide. A number of small protests took place and in many places, including …

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US-led Coalition Airstrike On Assad’s Forces in Syria Was Not Accidental

US-led Coalition Airstrike On Assad’s Forces in Syria Was Not Accidental

.On May 18, the moving convoy of the Syrian pro-government forces consisted of militias was hit by a massive airstrike of the U.S.-led international coalition. The accident occurred at the Syrian-Jordanian border near the settlement of At-Tanfa. As reported by the official representative of the U.S. Central command Josh Jakes, the Pentagon did not have any information about the number …

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US closes in on $100bn deal to sell weapons to Saudi Arabia

US closes in on $100bn deal to sell weapons to Saudi Arabia

.Agreement believed to be close ahead of the US President’s visit to the country next week The United States is close to completing a series of arms deals for Saudi Arabia totaling more than $100bn, a senior White House official said on Friday, a week ahead of President Donald Trump’s planned visit to Riyadh. The official, who spoke to Reuters …

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US to arm Kurdish fighters against Isis in Raqqa, despite Turkish opposition

US to arm Kurdish fighters against Isis in Raqqa, despite Turkish opposition

.The US considers the Kurdish-led forces a critical battlefield partner in Syria, but Nato ally Turkey calls them a terrorist group The Trump administration has announced it will arm Syria’s Kurdish fighters “as necessary” to recapture the key Islamic State stronghold of Raqqa, despite intense opposition from Nato ally Turkey, which sees the Kurds as terrorists. The decision is meant …

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Trump’s offensive to ‘wipe out’ al-Shabaab threatens more pain for Somalis

Trump’s offensive to ‘wipe out’ al-Shabaab threatens more pain for Somalis

.Efforts to avert a disaster caused by drought are at risk from renewed offensive A new US-backed military offensive against Islamist militants in Somalia could undermine the massive international effort to help millions of people threatened by the worst drought there in more than 40 years, aid officials in the unstable east African state fear. More than £50m has been …

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US airstrike on Syria mosque that killed nearly 40 was ‘likely unlawful’, finds human rights watchdog

US airstrike on Syria mosque that killed nearly 40 was 'likely unlawful', finds human rights watchdog

. Report details failure by authorities to take ‘adequate precautions’ to avoid civilian casualties A US air strike on a Syrian mosque that left nearly 40 people dead was “likely unlawful”, a damning new report by Human Rights Watch has found. “Adequate precautions” to avoid civilian casualties were not taken by American authorities before they dropped two bombs in western …

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