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Trump making unsubstantiated accusations against UK intelligence: Analyst
A senior political analyst from New York says US President Donald Trump’s accusations against the British Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) claiming that the intelligence agency had spied on him during US Presidential election in 2016 are baseless and unsubstantiated.
India: New US decision not to impact Chabahar project
The US decision to end waivers for purchase of crude oil from Iran will not impact the Chabahar port project being developed by India, a US State Department official has told PTI news agency.
Scottish first minister calls for independence referendum by 2021
Scotland’s’ first minister Nicola Sturgeon says the region should hold a new referendum on independence from the United Kingdom in the next two years.
Sri Lanka admits ‘major security lapse’ after bombings
Sri Lanka failed to stop massively deadly bombings in the country on Sunday due to a “major lapse” in the sharing of intelligence already available to authorities, the country’s deputy defense minister has acknowledged, as the death toll from the attacks rises to 359.
Blast in Syria's militant-held Jisr al-Shughour leaves 17 dead
More than a dozen people have lost their lives and dozens of others sustained injured when a powerful explosion ripped through the center of a city controlled by foreign-sponsored Takfiri militants in Syria’s northwestern city of Idlib.
Israeli spies may infiltrate into Lebanon under tourism guise, intel agency warns
The Lebanese intelligence agency has warned that people affiliated to Israel’s Mossad spy agency and in close collaboration with the Tel Aviv regime’s authorities could infiltrate into the Arab country arranging tourism trips.
Trump says he opposes White House aides testifying to Congress
US President Donald Trump says he is opposed to current or former aides testifying before various congressional committees following the special counsel report, intensifying a power struggle between the Republican administration and Democrats in the House of Representatives.
GCHQ rejects claims that it was asked by Obama admin. to spy on Trump
The British Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) has rejected claims that it was asked by the administration of former President Barrack Obama to spy on then-President Elect Donald Trump after the 2016 presidential election.
Trump a monster disguised as orange werewolf: Analyst
A political expert from London says US President Donald Trump should be boycotted by people and officials in his upcoming state visit to the UK given the problems he has created over more than three years in office.
UN rights boss condemns mass executions by Saudi Arabia
The United Nations human rights chief has condemned the recent mass execution of nearly 40 people in a single day across Saudi Arabia, as a crackdown led by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman against dissidents widens in the kingdom.
Sudan military rulers urge talks ahead of 'million-man' march
There is expected to be a million-man march in Sudan on Thursday, according to protest leaders who demand a peaceful transition to civilian rule; and at the same time the military council has called for talks with the Alliance for Freedom and Change.
Iran blasts US administration’s silence on Saudi mass execution
Iran’s foreign minister lashed out at the administration of US President Donald Trump for staying tightlipped on its ally Saudi Arabia’s latest mass execution of its nationals, one of whom was crucified after beheading.
Zarif urges US to try language of respect
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif urged the US administration to try the language of respect, stressing, “We’re allergic to pressure.”
Trump’s threat to go to Supreme Court over impeachment defies ruling
President Donald Trump said Wednesday he’ll go directly to the US Supreme Court “if the partisan Dems” ever try to impeach him.

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