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CIA supplied Crypto AG machines to South American dictatorships in 1970s: Report

CIA supplied Crypto AG machines to South American dictatorships in 1970s: Report

the CIA reportedly had knowledge about atrocities committed by South American dictators of five decades ago a Washington Post report said that the CIA owns two it’s crypto AG as part of their operation with West German intelligence for decades… Continue Reading

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Remains of S. Korean soldiers killed in N. Korea to be returned

Remains of S. Korean soldiers killed in N. Korea to be returned

the remains of some 80 South Korean soldiers killed in North Korea during the Korean War are to be returned to South Korea citing government officials local media outlets have reported that the US will send some 80 sets of… Continue Reading

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U.S. trade agency affirms Trump’s extra 5% tariff hike on Chinese goods

U.S. trade agency affirms Trump’s extra 5% tariff hike on Chinese goods

shifting gears the US trade agency has reaffirmed president Trump’s plans to impose hefty additional tariffs on hundreds of billions of dollars of Chinese imports with the first wave coming into force this weekend now this means the United States… Continue Reading

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Wuhan coronavirus kills 6, infects more than 300 in China

Wuhan coronavirus kills 6, infects more than 300 in China

now China is desperately trying to keep a lid on the spread of the Wuhan coronavirus but so far it seems to be a losing battle and could get even worse with the Lunar New Year holiday about to start… Continue Reading

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U.S., Canada believe Iran most likely downed Ukraine airliner with missiles

so the u.s. and Iran are facing off again as they search this time for the cause of the Ukrainian airliner crash that happened just outside of Tehran and killed all 176 people on board US officials believe it’s most… Continue Reading

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How strong is Iran’s military?

How strong is Iran’s military?

as Washington and Tehran continue to exchange ultimatums naturally attention is drawn to whether Iran has what it takes to confront arguably the world’s most powerful military conn-young or zooms in on the country’s capabilities the United States has the… Continue Reading

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N. Korean media says Middle East could become “graveyard” for U.S. following killing of general

N. Korean media says Middle East could become “graveyard” for U.S. following killing of general

North Korea’s official news agency has reported for the first time on the killing of Iran’s general Soleimani and another North Korean propaganda outlet is saying the Middle East could become a quote graveyard for the u.s. the North Korean… Continue Reading

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[NEWS IN-DEPTH] ‘Iran crisis’ and denuclearization of N. Korea

[NEWS IN-DEPTH] ‘Iran crisis’ and denuclearization of N. Korea

tensions between Washington and Tehran are reaching new highs and consequences are quickly unfolding following the death of Iran’s top commander Qasem Soleimani Iran has announced it would no longer abide by any part of the nuclear deal it made… Continue Reading

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Iran to withdraw from 2015 nuclear deal; Iraq’s parliament passes resolution to expel U.S. military

Iran to withdraw from 2015 nuclear deal; Iraq’s parliament passes resolution to expel U.S. military

repercussions are mounting following the u.s. killing of Iran’s top general Qasem Soleimani iran says they will no longer abide by uranium enrichment restrictions imposed by the 2015 nuclear deal neighboring Iraq meanwhile where the killing occurred is called on… Continue Reading

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U.S., Canada and Mexico ink new USMCA trade deal

U.S., Canada and Mexico ink new USMCA trade deal

now after months of negotiations the US Mexico and Canada have signed a new revised north american free trade pact the u.s. Mexico Canada Agreement which is the new name for the renegotiating NAFTA pact was passed on Tuesday after… Continue Reading