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UK’s military dependence on US continues to grow, as Britain’s armed forces shrink for ninth consecutive year.
UK’s dependence on the US as the military-power-in-charge continues to grow, as a new report reveals the size of Britain’s armed forces has fallen for the ninth consecutive year. The Army, the RAF and the Royal Navy have all seen a decline in the number of fully-trained personnel - with the Army experiencing the biggest fall, new Ministry of Defence figures showed.
US Rep. Tlaib rejects Israel’s visit offer over 'oppressive' conditions
US Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib has rejected Israel’s offer to allow her to visit her Palestinian family in the West Bank after Tel Aviv barred her from entering the occupied territories.
US festival to host Iran’s ‘Boarding Pass’
The Iranian movie, ‘Boarding Pass,’ directed by Mehdi Rahmani, will be screened at the Reading Film Festival in Pennsylvania, the US, slated for October 31 to November 9.
Students caught in visa sting at fake university may sue US, court rules
A federal appeals court said foreign-born students may sue the US government over claims it wrongfully canceled their visas, following a sting where it set up a fake university to entrap corrupt visa brokers.
13 US states sue Trump administration over new rule to limit legal immigration
A coalition of 13 US states have filed a lawsuit against the administration President Donald Trump, seeking to block a new rule that would significantly reduce legal immigration by denying visas to poor migrants.
Brexit vexes UK farmers amid US interference in agriculture
More economic strife threatens the future of UK agriculture, as nearly half of British farms could fail after a no-deal Brexit, and the US seeks to impose its own food standards on British farmers as part of any trade deal between the two nations.
Two US congresswomen barred from visiting Israel for backing BDS
Israel has decided to prevent two American congresswomen from traveling to the occupied territories over their support for a boycott of the Tel Aviv regime.
Ankara won’t tolerate any US delay over northern Syria safe zone: Turkish FM
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu says his country will not tolerate any US delay in setting up a so-called safe zone in northern Syria, where US-sponsored Kurdish militants are operating.
US moves to take Iranian oil tanker from UK: Gibraltar
Gibraltar says the US has applied to seize an Iranian oil tanker, which is being held in the British overseas territory, on unknown grounds, after UK media reported that the vessel’s release was imminent following a set of diplomatic exchanges between Tehran and London.
US stocks tumble on recession fears
Wall Street stocks were back in sell-off mode early Wednesday as weak economic data from China and Germany and a key US Treasury benchmark exacerbated global recession fears.
US missile deployment to South Korea ‘reckless act:’ North
North Korea has warned against a potential move by the United States to deploy ground-launched, intermediate-range missiles in South Korea, saying such a move would spark “a new Cold War” between the regional powers.
US agrees to lift sanctions for Iran Air ATR spares
The US Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) has given turboprop manufacturer ATR permission to supply Iran Air with spares to keep its fleet in the air.
China resumes work on three key projects in Iran despite US sanctions
China may trigger dollar crash by selling Treasury Bills in case of US pushback

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