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The Royal Navy: From Piracy to Impotence
The British foreign secretary, Jeremy Hunt, has been busy in the past 24 hours trying to deflect blame, or criticism, from the British government for inflaming tensions in the Persian Gulf.
North Korea continues to develop nukes, missiles, US commander claims
A top US military commander has claimed that North Korea continues to develop nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles even though it has stopped testing them.
Joe Biden compares Trump to white supremacist George Wallace
Former US Vice-President and Democratic presidential candidate, Joe Biden, has compared President Donald Trump to the late George Wallace, the former Governor of Alabama and a prominent supporter of racial segregation.
Turkish forces ‘neutralize’ several terrorists in eastern Turkey: Defense Ministry
Turkish security forces have “neutralized” several terrorists, mostly those of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) militant group, during a counter-terrorism operation in the country’s Kurdish-populated eastern province of Tunceli.
Iraqi forces begin 2nd phase of operation against Daesh sleeper cells
Iraqi military forces have launched the second phase of a major operation to hunt down the remnants of the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group north of the capital Baghdad and surrounding areas.
US Muslim Congresswoman introduces resolution upholding right to boycott Israel
Muslim US Congresswoman Ilhan Omar has introduced a resolution that seeks to protect the right to engage in boycotts against Israel, despite sustained attacks by US authorities on that right.
North Korea accuses Japan of destroying peace amid trade spat with South
North Korea has denounced Japan's decision to impose US-like trade restrictions against South Korea over a wartime dispute, calling the move a threat to “the trend of peace" on the Korean peninsula.
Investigating the Agenda-Driven Networks Behind Richard Ratcliffe
As a recurring pattern, it appears that Richard Ratcliffe’s latest media circus at the door steps of the Iranian embassy in London has subsided, at least for now.
Yemenis launch retaliatory drone attacks on Saudi air base
Yemeni armed forces have conducted drone strikes on King Khalid air base in Saudi Arabia's southwestern Asir Province in retaliation for the kingdom’s massive bombing of Sana'a early Saturday.
Russia deploys, test fires new air defense missiles in Arctic region
The Russian Navy has reportedly deployed and test-fired its new Tor-M2DT air defense missiles, designed to cope with the freezing temperatures of the country’s Arctic region.
“The sun seems to have finally set on the empire"
The British foreign secretary, Jeremy Hunt, has been scrambling to look tough in the so-called tanker crisis. He initially promised a “robust” response to the Iranian detention of a British-flagged tanker, which had violated international laws of navigation.
Putin hints at rapprochement with Ukraine on eve of vote
Virtually on the eve of Ukraine’s parliamentary elections, the Kremlin released comments by President Vladimir Putin, saying that the two countries will mend ties despite their five-year conflict.
Louvre will offer luxury cruises in Adriatic Sea, Persian Gulf
The Louvre announced its latest unexpected partnership. Earlier this year it partnered with Airbnb to let a visitor spend the night under the museum’s pyramid, and now the museum, which is consistently the most visited in the world, is partnering with the luxury cruise company Ponant to organize two cruises slated for 2020.
Restoration of 18th-century choir book in Abenaki language may help revitalization efforts
The restoration of an 18th century manuscript of liturgical choir songs written in the Abenaki language will be an important resource for language revitalization efforts for Odanak, Quebec, according to those working to save the endangered language.

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