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Day: September 24, 2019

Did the USA Ship More Air Defense Systems That Do Not Work To Saudi ?Investigations

Did the USA Ship More Air Defense Systems That Do Not Work To Saudi ?

the Washington Post notices Russia’s offer to sell its air defense systems to Saudi Arabia. It does not like that: The attack on Saudi Arabian oil
Hunt Says London Will Pay $500Mln Tanks Debt to Iran After Court Rules on Final AmountEconomy

Hunt Says London Will Pay $500Mln Tanks Debt to Iran After Court Rules on Final Amount

Former UK Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt said that the UK would pay its 400 billion pound (nearly $500 million) debt
Hot and Cold Tensions, What Iran and the US Offer Their Allies: Tehran’s Multiple MessagesInvestigations

Hot and Cold Tensions, What Iran and the US Offer Their Allies: Tehran’s Multiple Messages

By Elijah J. Magnier The alternately hot and cold  tension between the US and Iran is evolving on the Middle Eastern stage
Assad: US, allies lost hope in achieving goals in SyriaMiddle East

Assad: US, allies lost hope in achieving goals in Syria

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad says the United States and its Western allies have lost hope in achieving the goals they
Two Rockets Strike Baghdad’s Green Zone, Sirens Sound Off Near US EmbassySecurity

Two Rockets Strike Baghdad’s Green Zone, Sirens Sound Off Near US Embassy

Two rockets struck Baghdad’s fortified Green Zone Monday, according to reports. According to Reuters, there are currently no reports of
Egypt police kill 6 Brotherhood members in shootoutMiddle East

Egypt police kill 6 Brotherhood members in shootout

Police in Egypt have killed six members of the banned Muslim Brotherhood movement during a shootout on the outskirts of
Russia blasts US for denying visas to UN team membersPolitics

Russia blasts US for denying visas to UN team members

Moscow has lashed out at the United States for denying visas to several members of the Russian delegation to the
Saudi Arabia blocking approval of UN oceans reportEconomy

Saudi Arabia blocking approval of UN oceans report

Oil giant Saudi Arabia is blocking the adoption of a major UN report on oceans and climate change by challenging