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MAJOR: More Russian Troops Will Be Sent To SyriaSecurity

MAJOR: More Russian Troops Will Be Sent To Syria

By Paul Antonopoul Another 276 military police officers and 33 military equipment will be sent to Syria to ensure compliance with
Trump will ‘renege’ on any possible trade deal with ChinaEconomy

Trump will ‘renege’ on any possible trade deal with China

US President Donald Trump will “renege” on any possible trade deal it reaches with China, as Washington has never been
US Agitators in Asia “United” over Hong Kong ChaosPolitics

US Agitators in Asia “United” over Hong Kong Chaos

By Joseph Thomas Despite the chaos created across Hong Kong, the vast majority of the region’s inhabitants do not support the
Russia Sends Nuclear-Bombers to South Africa in ‘Friendly Visit’Security

Russia Sends Nuclear-Bombers to South Africa in ‘Friendly Visit’

Russia has announced plans to send two nuclear-capable Tu-160 bombers to South Africa in what observers say would be the
US State Department Approves $150Mln Frigate Upgrade for BahrainSecurity

US State Department Approves $150Mln Frigate Upgrade for Bahrain

The US State Department has given the go-ahead to upgrade and modernize the US Navy frigate Robert G. Bradley to
Iran Sees Through Trump’s War Threat ‘Bluff’, Defence Minister SaysPolitics

Iran Sees Through Trump’s War Threat ‘Bluff’, Defence Minister Says

Earlier, the US president warned that although he was “trying to get out of wars,” if Iran did “something” they
Saudi Arabia arrests, hands down jail terms to three dissident Muslim preachersMiddle East

Saudi Arabia arrests, hands down jail terms to three dissident Muslim preachers

Saudi authorities have reportedly arrested and handed down prison sentences to three dissident Muslim preachers, as a brutal crackdown led by
Lebanese president invites protesters to talk, hints at govt. reshuffleMiddle East

Lebanese president invites protesters to talk, hints at govt. reshuffle

Lebanese President Michel Aoun has expressed his readiness for dialogue with anti-graft protesters to put an end to nationwide demonstrations