Day: April 18, 2017

Trump’s ‘Armada’ Location Revealed…3,000 Miles South of Korea in Naval Drills

Singapore (GPA) – Following a week of extremely high tensions in Southeast Asia, culminating in Trump supposedly sending “an armada” to the Korean Peninsula, the US Navy released photos this week showing their ships were thousands of miles away. Since North Korea held their Day of the Sun celebrations last Friday, the world has been on edge following […]

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US Considering Both Peace Talks For Yemen and Military Support For Saudis

Riyadh (GPA) – U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis made his first trip to Riyadh on Tuesday. A major topic was of course the conflict in Yemen and Saudi Arabia’s role. Mattis was eager to initiate the idea of UN-brokered peace talks. But looking at the situation from all angles shows that the U.S. is more fickle about the […]

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Trump’s Middle East Policy: Shifting from ‘America First’ to ‘America Omnipresent’

Washington D.C. (SCF) – President Trump says he has no plans to enter Syria, despite ordering airstrikes on a Syrian military base last week. «We’re not going into Syria», Trump told Maria Bartiromo during an exclusive interview on FOX Business. «But when I see people using horrible, horrible chemical weapons… and see these beautiful kids that are dead in […]

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Iran, EU Ink First-Ever Nuclear Safety Cooperation Project

Tehran (Tasnim) – The European Union (EU) announced on Tuesday that it has signed the first-ever project for nuclear safety cooperation with Iran, under the framework of the 2015 nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers. The European Commission said in a statement on Tuesday that the €2.5 million ($2.6 million) project aims to enhance the […]

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