Trump will recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel

Donald Trump’s very fragile political standing among his fellow American is very likely to cause dangerous actions in the Middle East. His announcement that he will recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and start relocating the US embassy from Tel...

Russian bombers escorted away from US aircraft carrier

F/A-18 fighter jets belonging to the US Navy were dispatched from the aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan  to escort two Russian TU-95 bombers that were approaching the ship on Sunday. Russian bombers flew about 80 miles from the US carrier...

New York attack: Eight dead as truck hits cyclists

The suspect has been identified as Sayfullo Habibullaevic Saipov, 29, an immigrant from Uzbekistan, who arrived in the US in 2010. He was Uber driver in New Jersey for over six months, the company told CNN. He passed a background...

Star Wars: The Last Jedi Trailer

Disney took the opportunity to present the latest trailer for Star Wars: The Last Jedi during Monday Night Football game. The trailer, 2:32 minutes long, does not reveal the death of at least one major character as is was stated...

Trump announces new travel restrictions

“Making America Safe is my number one priority. We will not admit those into our country we cannot safely vet.” Donald Trump tweeted just after his administration released the details of the new restrictions Sunday night.  The new travel restrictions applies on...

Approval rating for Brazil’s president reaches 3,4%

Brazilian President Michel Temer’s government approval rate has gone down again, considering the results of the poll published on Tuesday, as the scandal-plagued leader now faces another set of corruption charges and struggles to push his economic reform agenda through...

What’s left to sanction in North Korea?

After North Korea did its most effective atomic test yet, the U.S. is pushing for considerably harder measures to press Kim Jong Un’s administration. Be that as it may, how much further would they be able to go? “We need...

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