Colombian unions and student groups are planning a strike on Thursday, with marches to insist the government maintain minimum wages for young people and the universal right to a pension.
Colombian unions, students plan strike, marches; government warns against violence
US President Donald Trump and Secretary of State Michael Pompeo are now employing the use of sanctions against Iran to foment dissent of its citizenry against their government.
Trump, Pompeo, and global organized criminal network
A US diplomat who is a key witness in the impeachment inquiry into the US president said on Wednesday Donald Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani efforts to push Ukrainian president for investigations into Trump’s political rivals “were a quid pro quo for arranging a White House visit” for the Ukrainian leader.
US EU envoy: Trump ordered Ukraine 'quid pro quo' through Giuliani
The US Secretary of State says Washington will end the sanctions wavier related to Iran's Fordow nuclear facility in the middle of next month.
US to end sanctions waiver for Iran's Fordow nuclear plant: Pompeo
Three people were killed in a shooting early Monday at a Walmart store in Duncan, Oklahoma, local media reported citing the state's highway patrol and local police.
Three dead in Oklahoma Walmart shooting: US media
US President Donald Trump has said he will "strongly consider" giving testimony in the ongoing impeachment inquiry by the Democratic-led House of Representatives.
Trump says he will 'strongly consider' testifying in impeachment inquiry
No plans to talk unless “hostile” US policies come under discussion: Pyongyang
US Defense Secretary Mark Esper said Sunday the United States and South Korea have indefinitely postponed a joint military exercise in an “act of goodwill” toward North Korea, as North Foreign Ministry issued a written statement of defiance.
US delays army drills with South Korea in nod to North Korea
US President Donald Trump on Friday granted pardons to army officers involved in war crimes cases, reversing court action against the service members, despite opposition by senior Pentagon officials.
US president pardons officers despite war crimes cases
A US ambassador ousted by Donald Trump told a riveting impeachment hearing Friday she felt intimidated by the president, after he launched an extraordinary real-time attack midway through her testimony to Congress.
Trump 'intimidating' to ex-envoy as new call details revealed

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