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US Court Rules Against Trump in Lawsuit Alleging His Ownership of D.C. Hotel Violates ConstitutionPolitics

US Court Rules Against Trump in Lawsuit Alleging His Ownership of D.C. Hotel Violates Constitution

Last year, top lawyers for Maryland and the District of Columbia filed a lawsuit against US President Donald Trump alleging
Zarif Not Surprised US Officials ‘Advising People to Inject Disinfectants’ Say They’re Part of JCPOAPolitics

Zarif Not Surprised US Officials ‘Advising People to Inject Disinfectants’ Say They’re Part of JCPOA

On Wednesday, US special envoy for Iran Brian Hook warned that the US would force a unilateral “snapback” of all
Press review: Erdogan accuses opposition of coup plot and Asian, EU nations ease lockdownsPolitics

Press review: Erdogan accuses opposition of coup plot and Asian, EU nations ease lockdowns

Top stories in the Russian press on Thursday, May 14, prepared by TASS Izvestia: Ukraine dismayed by EU association deal
US anti-ISIS chief says his goal in Syria is to create a ‘quagmire’ for Russia, not battle terrorismMiddle East

US anti-ISIS chief says his goal in Syria is to create a ‘quagmire’ for Russia, not battle terrorism

James Jeffrey, the US special envoy for Syria and defeating the Islamic State, has made quite a frank confession of
Syrian Army reinforcements roll into Daraa with heavy weapons for new operationSecurity

Syrian Army reinforcements roll into Daraa with heavy weapons for new operation

The Syrian Armed Forces have sent more reinforcements to the Daraa Governorate on Thursday after sending a large convoy overnight.
Russia’s S-400 causes first casualties for F-35 as Lockheed Martin runs out of parts once made in TurkeyTechnology

Russia’s S-400 causes first casualties for F-35 as Lockheed Martin runs out of parts once made in Turkey

The timely production of key components for the Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II fifth-generation multirole combat aircraft has been put
Battle for southern Yemen rages as Saudi-backed forces gain groundSecurity

Battle for southern Yemen rages as Saudi-backed forces gain ground

The Saudi-backed Yemeni Army managed to score a big advance in southern Yemen on Wednesday after storming the positions of
US to supply Saudi Arabia with over 1,000 new missilesMiddle East

US to supply Saudi Arabia with over 1,000 new missiles

The Pentagon announced on Wednesday that Boeing will supply the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia with more than a thousand missiles.