Financial Tribune – Technology has created the conditions to help nomads and tribal communities with facilities to ease their daily, often difficult, tasks without interfering in their way of lifeÂ ...
AFP – The International Monetary Fund on Tuesday sharply downgraded growth projections for Saudi Arabia and Iran, the two largest Mideast economies, citing the impact of US sanctions, geopolitical tensions...
Clashes between protesters and police erupted late on Tuesday in Barcelona, in a second day of rallies against the jailing of nine Catalan separatists by the Supreme Court over their role in a failed bid to break away from Spain in 2017.
Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador defended his security strategy on Tuesday and blamed past administrations for chronic violence, a day after at least 13 police were killed in an ambush by suspected cartel gunmen.
Turkey pressed ahead with its offensive in northern Syria on Tuesday despite U.S. sanctions and growing calls for it to stop, while Syria's Russia-backed army moved on the key city of Manbij that was abandoned by U.S. forces.
President Tayyip Erdogan told U.S. President Donald Trump that Turkey will never declare a ceasefire in northeastern Syria, and added that he was not worried about U.S. sanctions over Ankara's offensive, broadcaster NTV reported on Tuesday.
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said on Tuesday that an attack from the northern Syrian town of Manbij earlier in the day that killed one Turkish soldier was launched by Syrian government forces in the region.
Canada's federal elections watchdog said on Tuesday more Canadians voted early this year compared with four years ago, while on the campaign trail party leaders increasingly discussed the possibility that no party will win a majority in parliament.
Britain and the EU made headway on Tuesday in last-ditch talks on a Brexit deal ahead of a leaders' summit, but with just hours left to clinch an agreement it was still unclear if London could avoid postponing its scheduled departure on Oct. 31.
A group of Russian journalists who investigated the activities of a secretive group of Russian mercenaries in Africa and the Middle East have been subject to a campaign of physical threats and harassment, their editor-in-chief said.
A senior U.S. State Department official on Tuesday warned Guatemala that it must reach agreement with the United States on accepting asylum-seekers from other countries in order to benefit from a regional economic development plan.
A WA mother is vowing to move interstate with her four-year-old son, splitting him up from his sister, if education authorities refuse her requests for him to start school a year later because he is "not ready" and "won't cope".
MORNING BRIEFING: Archbishop Glenn Davies says anyone in favour of same-sex marriage should step away from the church and not "ruin it", while a Sydney prison officer is charged with having an inappropriate relationship with an inmate.
A family of six has been rescued from the hidden cellar of a Dutch farmhouse after the eldest son escaped and wandered into a local pub to seek help. They had lived in total isolation for nine years, â€˜waiting for the end of time.â€™ Read Full Article at RT.com
Charges against the Turkish Halkbank announced by federal prosecutors has critics of US President Donald Trump hopeful of his impeachment, due to reports he tried to intervene on behalf of one of its convicted executives. Read Full Article at RT.com
An enormous explosion that left two tanks on fire at a NuStar fuel refinery in Rodeo, California has led local authorities to issue a hazardous materials emergency declaration urging the locals to shelter in place. Read Full Article at RT.com
President Vladimir Putin has gifted his UAE host, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, a gyrfalcon â€“ a bird of prey with an endangered status in Russia, after another falcon caused a minor incident at the Saudi palace. Read Full Article at RT.com
UFC lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov has never been defeated in his MMA career, but he admitted that his battle with the scale has pushed him harder than almost any opponent in his career. Read Full Article at RT.com
Democratic presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard is no stranger to mainstream media smears, but even a panel of CNN hosts and analysts audibly gasped when one guest outright accused the Hawaii congresswoman of working for Russia. Read Full Article at RT.com
US fighter jets and gunship helicopters were sent to scare off Turkish-backed militants in northern Syria after they came â€œvery closeâ€� to US troops at Ain Issa, the Pentagon said. Washington has also sent a complaint to Ankara. Read Full Article at RT.com
Though the recordings from inside CNN by Project Veritas are generating lots of interest, the hashtag is not auto-completing or showing up as trending on Twitter. But if it really is being throttled, it wouldnâ€™t be the first time. Read Full Article at RT.com
Catalan independence protesters are facing off against riot police in Barcelona for the second day following the jailing of nine prominent separatists by Spainâ€™s supreme court over their roles in the regionâ€™s failed secession bid. Read Full Article at RT.com
How to end U.S. military commitments without repeating Trumpâ€™s calamitous withdrawal would be an obvious question for Tuesday nightâ€™s Democratic debate. The post Trump’s Chaotic Syria Exit Puts Anti-War 2020 Democrats in a Delicate Spot appeared first on The Intercept.
The latest outrage is a video that depicts Trump killing journalists in a church. He hasnâ€™t bothered to condemn it personally. The post Letâ€™s Be Serious â€” Trump Doesnâ€™t Mind These Incitements to Kill Journalists appeared first on The Intercept.
Tenet Healthcare, the nationâ€™s third-largest investor-owned operator of hospitals, has donated nearly $630,000 to the Partnership for Americaâ€™s Health Care Future. The post Documents Reveal Hospital Industry Is Leading Fight Against Medicare for All appeared first on The Intercept.
Warren repeatedly singled out Biden, arguing he â€œshould not be allowed to sell out women in the morning and be heralded as their friend in the evening.â€� The post In Midst of Bankruptcy Fight, Elizabeth Warren Said â€œJoe Biden Should Not Be Allowed to Sell Out Womenâ€� appeared first on The Intercept.
North Carolina Senate candidate Cal Cunningham helped push a controversial project that some county officials and environmental advocates fiercely opposed. The post Democratic Candidate for Senate Was a Key Player in Controversial Big Money-Fueled Development Project appeared first on The Intercept.
Some 300 people arrested during August raids at Mississippi chicken plants remain detained, while the companies have received no legal penalties. The post Months After ICE Raids, An Impoverished Mississippi Community Is Still Reeling appeared first on The Intercept.
To members sincere in their belief that a mass-appeal movement is whatâ€™s needed to quell catastrophe, drawing in front-line communities is life or death. The post Can Extinction Rebellion Build a U.S. Climate Movement Big Enough to Save the Earth? appeared first on The Intercept.
Our short documentary tells the story of one undercover investigator whose footage of a pig factory farm is at the center of Iowaâ€™s ag-gag backlash. The post In Iowa, Politicians Protect the Meat Industry by Making Animal Rights Activists Criminals appeared first on The Intercept.
While its infrastructure collapsed, PG&E spent billions on lobbying, PR, and dividends. The post After Avoiding Safety Upgrades, PG&E Hired Lobbyists and Public Relations Instead appeared first on The Intercept.
Even starring in a Netflix documentary wonâ€™t get you that blue check mark, these days. The post Twitter Tips the Scale Toward Incumbents by Refusing to Verify Primary Challengers appeared first on The Intercept.
…by Gordon Duff and New Eastern Outlook, Moscow (est. 1816) – First published … October 09, 2019 – America has done little but betray the Kurdish people, over and over. You see, you can only betray someone that trusts you and the Kurds, to a fault, are trusting people who love Americans. The problem is, […]
https://gilad.online/writings/2019/10/8/iran-israel-and-destiny By Gilad Atzmon for Veterans Today Although Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu struggles to form a new government and tries valiantly to stay out of jail but he has managed to find the time to pledge to spend many more shekels. Finally, it dawned on Netanyahu that Israel lags Iran in an arms race. […]
Introduction The deal cut, and we suspect for cash to a Trump legal slush fund, allowing the slaughter of America’s Kurdish allies and the return of ISIS to Syria aided by Israel, is moving forward today.Â Worse still, the Russian website “Sputnik News” calls the Saudi paid mercenaries with him, all ISIS members, the “Syrian […]
We’ve been trying to understand Trump.Â He spends his life dating gay men, Kohn and Epstein, with hired women as dates then runs around, and we have witnesses as well, grabbing peoples wives (and the paid dates of his loser friends) in clubs and restaurants, year after year. Then for “sex” if that’s what you […]
by Ian Greenhalgh The ‘Deep State’ has a name and that name is Israel. Deep State operatives are often US-Israeli joint citizens and the front organisations they utilise have names like the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), Southern Poverty Law Centre (SPLC) and American-Israeli Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC). This Israeli ‘Deep State’ is who placed Trump into […]