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Trump uses the latest raus rally to slap the latest press cover

It was a story of President Trump on Thursday night when he once again blasted media members on a campaign experience in Pennsylvania – called them "false, false, disgusting news." For about 20 minutes, the commander-chief said several talks about talks he had with the first lady Melania Trump after major events that he thought would earn him a positive …

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Suspected Russian spy captured work in the United States embassy in Moscow

The woman, a Russian citizen, worked for US Secret Service for several years before she came under suspicions during a security department's security office's routine security review in 2016, the official said. The Security Bureau found that the woman had regular unauthorized meetings with the Russian intelligence service, FSB. "We all feel that everyone is talking to FSB, but she …

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Iran's widespread and growing protests push the citizens to the verge

Iranians protested for a third day in a row against the clear regime they blamed to drive the economy into the field. Protesters have long been complaining of regime corruption and mismanagement that has led to severe water shortages and significant price increases on basic food. Another major complaint is that you spend foreign adventure activities in places like Syria …

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UPDATE 6-Turkish lira skids over 5 to USD on US sanctions moves

(Adding US Secretary of State, Turkish Foreign Minister to Meet, Item 7) By Tuvan Gumrukcu and David Dolan ISTANBUL, August 2 (Reuters) – Turkey's lira tumbled to a record well over 5 dollars on Thursday after Washington imposed sanctions on two of President Tayyip Erdogan ministers during the trial of a US pastor accused of supporting terrorism. Sales, which also …

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Iran launches seafront near Vital Strait, the United States says

Aug. 2, 2018 7:04 p.m. ET WASHINGTON-Iran began a great sea practice near the Hormuz Strait, on a clear response to the rhetoric of the president Donald Trump in the last few days he was talking to Tehran, said US Defense Managers. The United States believes that the exercises "up and running" on Thursday, said a defense chief and could …

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Mnangagwa wins Zimbabwe's first election since the fall of Mugabe

HARARE, Zimbabwe – Emmerson Mnangagwa, who took power from President Robert Mugabe in a coup last year after serving as his forces for decades, the winner was declared early Friday by Zimbabwe's controversial presidential election and continued for almost four decades by the Board of National Dominating Party Officials began announcing the results last Thursday night after a very peaceful …

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Saudi Escalate Siege of Port of Yemen, Alarming Help Groups

AL HUDAYDAH, Yemen – War plans from the Saudi government-led coalition fired more than two dozen missiles in this rebel Yemeni port city on Thursday and hit the fish market, the entrance to the main hospital and a security association in an attack that killed at least 30 people, said medical workers. The missile fighting, which escalated the conflict, came …

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Who is Emin Agalarov? Russian pop star Mueller wants to question revealed

Special Council Robert Mueller looks at Russian singer Emin Agalarov as part of his probe about Russia's alleged disturbance in the elections from 2016. Mueller has allegedly requested an interview with Agalarov, who believed to have set up the infamous 2016 Trump Tower meeting in New York City. But who is Emin Agalarov? Here's all you need to know about …

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A breeding ground for Rogue Waves or a pit of human mistakes?

This also applies to the Bermuda Triangle, where storms can come from all directions, such as Mexico, the equator and the far east of the Atlantic. If each wave can reach more than 10 meters, they can sometimes coincide at the right moment and create a rogue or a "freak" wave that can be over 30 feet high. Engineers at …

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