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Saudi energy minister: Oil supply is back to what it was before the attack, but we don’t know yet who is responsibleEconomy

Saudi energy minister: Oil supply is back to what it was before the attack, but we don’t know yet who is responsible

Saudi Arabia’s energy minister said that its oil supplies had resumed and that its oil market would be “fully back
Syrian Military Finds Large Militant Base in Cave Near Liberated Khan SheikhounSecurity

Syrian Military Finds Large Militant Base in Cave Near Liberated Khan Sheikhoun

Syrian military has found a cave near the recently liberated city of Khan Sheikhoun in Idlib province that was used
Russia, China Agree to Share Military TechnologiesTechnology

Russia, China Agree to Share Military Technologies

Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu and a senior Chinese military official have signed a set of documents on military-technical cooperation.
Nearly 50,000 General Motors auto workers go on strike in USPolitics

Nearly 50,000 General Motors auto workers go on strike in US

Almost 50,000 US auto workers went on strike on Monday in a pay dispute with General Motors, the largest industrial
On the Ground, Feeling the Pulse of Protest Hong KongPolitics

On the Ground, Feeling the Pulse of Protest Hong Kong

By Pepe Escobar What’s going on deep down in Hong Kong? For a former resident with deep cultural and emotional
The global threat of the Muslim brotherhoodMiddle East

The global threat of the Muslim brotherhood

By: Mark Hunt The Muslim Brotherhood is a political group with offices around the world and throughout the USA. Their
With $295b defense budget: Saudi Arabia failed to stop a drone attack on oil installations from ragtag Houthi militiaINTERVIEWS

With $295b defense budget: Saudi Arabia failed to stop a drone attack on oil installations from ragtag Houthi militia

By Abdus-Sattar Ghazali  With $295 billion 2019 defense budget, Saudi Arabia Saturday failed to stop a drone attack on its oil