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US general says America not 'winning' in Syria
The US general in charge of special operations forces has cautioned against talk of "winning" against the Daesh terrorist group in Syria, contradicting President Donald Trump’s claim that the group had been defeated.
Does America's extreme cold mean climate change is myth?
According to climate sceptics, record cold temperatures and snowfall are proof that global warming isn't real. The sceptics are wrong.
Ex-US VP Biden: ‘There's still systemic racism' in America
Former US Vice President Joe Biden says white Americans must acknowledge that “systemic racism” still exists and must be rooted out, as the country marked Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, a holiday honoring the 90th birthday anniversary of the African American civil rights leader.
Pompeo seeking to reclaim America’s diminished role in Mideast: Analyst
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’ speech in Cairo, Egypt on Thursday was a futile attempt to curb Iran’s influence in the Middle East and reclaim America’s diminished role in the region, a US writer and academic says.
Government shutdown compounds risks for US economy
Now in its 10th year, America's economic expansion still looks sturdy. Yet the partial shutdown of the government that began Saturday has added another threat to a growing list of risks.
Politics is a nasty business in America: Analyst
Politics is a nasty business in the United States where warring factions within organized Zionist interest groups go at each other’s throats, an American peace activist and political commentator says.
People will revolt if I’m impeached, Trump claims
US President Donald Trump has warned that the people of America would revolt if he were impeached.
Tensions rise at US-Mexico border as migrants wait to cross
Hundreds of migrants from Central America in Mexico have gathered around a tense US border crossing, where US security measures created long lines of Mexicans headed to the US to attend Thanksgiving gatherings.
America divided  Why the mid-terms matter
Politicians are making Americans miserable. The elections offer a chance to change
Germany proposes alliance to counter Trump’s ‘America First’
The United States is bigger than the White House, regardless of US President Donald Trump’s tweets, German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said on Twitter on Wednesday.
Trump’s tariff threats are paralyzing American business
President Donald Trump wants to level the playing field for American companies in the global economy, but his combative stance has unsettled business plans from the Atlantic to the Pacific.
America declares war on its friends
To hear the Trump administration tell the tale, it must hit the European Union, Canada and Mexico with steel and aluminum tariffs to stop Chinese manufacturers from flooding markets with these metals and, in turn, protect American workers. That’s a fantasy. Chinese steel mills and aluminum smelters will keep chugging away, and more likely, American farmers and products like Kentucky bourbon, Harley-Davidson motorcycles and Iowa beef will bear the brunt of these new tariffs — even as the tariffs invite a trade war.
Abbas urges Latin America not to follow in US footsteps on embassy relocation
In Venezuela, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas has called on Latin American states not to copy the contentious decision by the US to relocate its embassy from Tel Aviv to Israeli-occupied Jerusalem al-Quds.

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