The National Petroleum Corporation of Libya said on Friday that it expects to open up oil exports from Sider Port in the next few days, and Libya will increase its oil production to more than 1 million barrels per day within four weeks. Its production has been increasing over the last month.
On October, 23, the United States Government has imposed sanctions against Russian Federal State “Central Scientific-Research Institute of Chemistry and Mechanics” (TSNIICHM). “The Russian Government continues to engage in dangerous cyber activities aimed at the United States and our allies,” said Secretary Steven T. Mnuchin.
North Korean supreme leader Kim Jong Un ordered the execution of five officials from the country’s Ministry of Economy on the grounds that they questioned and criticized his policies. The information is courtesy of the Daily NK , a South Korean-based news portal that reports stories courtesy of it’s well established network of informers in the secretive state.
The US government declared on Tuesday that it would not participate in the international initiative organization COVAX (Global New Coronavirus Vaccine Acquisition Mechanism). The international initiative aims to ensure fair access to the COVID-19 vaccine in all countries and regions around the world.
The current outbreak of COVID-19 in the United States is not optimistic, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the White House also have many differences in response to the epidemic. According to US media reports, two senior officials of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have resigned. They are both appointed by President Trump.
At a video conference on Friday evening, only two of the 15 member states of the UN Security Council voted in favor of a draft resolution submitted by the United States to extend the arms embargo on Iran indefinitely. China and Russia voted against it, and 11 countries abstained, including Germany, France, and Britain.
The Afghan National Security Council announced on Thursday that the government had released 80 of 400 Taliban prisoners identified as dangerous members of the Islamist group. The council tweeted that all released Taliban prisoners had vowed to resume peace talks after their release, and not to fight again against the Afghan people.
Tanzanian President, Dr. John Magufuli, said the country will continue its good relations with the United States and Vietnam. A press release issued by the Directorate of Communications at the State House, Dar es Salaam, yesterday said President Dr. Magufuli received the credentials of two ambassadors appointed to represent their countries in Tanzania.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said that China’s territorial claims in the South China Sea were “completely unlawful,” and that China was attempting to control the area by “bullying.” This is the first time the US government has stated its position on the territorial dispute in the South China Sea.
Doctors, nurses, and hospital staff are at greater risk for the COVID-19 epidemic during the coronavirus outbreak, says a report by Amnesty International. The organization has published a report not only calling for the protection of the lives of this group of people against the coronavirus, but also for criticizing the government’s actions against them.
Stating that his country’s problems with the United States are unprecedented, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi emphasized that China had never intended to take over the United States’ global position. He instead made clear proposals to identify and resolve differences between the two countries.
The American embassy in Baghdad, thanks to its air defense system, identified and shot down a missile launched in its direction today, in the Green Zone of the Iraqi capital. In addition, another Katyusha bomb was also shot down as it was about to hit the Taji military air base, north of the Iraqi capital.
Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan has come under fire for calling former al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden a “martyr” in a speech to the country’s parliament on Thursday. Pakistan’s opposition parties have sharply criticized Khan since the remarks, Reuters reported.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has reported its highest daily increase in coronavirus infections. According to the WHO, 183,000 people have been infected in the past 24 hours. The United States remains the country with the highest number of confirmed infections at over 2 million.
Economic markets worldwide are in a slump due to concerns over the impact of an increase in coronavirus infections on the economy. World markets have fallen after the US Federal Reserve warned that the US economy could take a long time to recover. Financial indicators have seen some of the worst days since March.
US President Donald Trump threatened Monday night to send the military to disperse protests which have taken place across the country. He said if the city authorities failed to control the protests or refused to take action, he would quickly resolve the issue on their behalf. Trump made his threats Monday night at the White House Rose Garden.
Tanzania has summoned US Ambassador Inmi Patterson in response to the recent travel advisory published by the embassy warning visitors about the high rate of coronavirus infection cases in the country. According to The Tanzanian Foreign Ministry, the information provided by the US embassy was false.
Police sprayed tear gas on demonstrators who protested against a proposed Chinese security law in Hong Kong. Thousands of protesters took to the city center on Sunday. Police have said that 120 have been arrested. Earlier this week, several political leaders from different countries issued a statement criticizing China’s draft law.
China’s “two sessions” of the National People’s Congress are taking place in Beijing, and the country’s foreign minister, Wang Yi, accused some US political forces of pushing China-US relations into a “new cold war.” At a press conference on Sunday, Wang accused the U.S. of “wasting time,” and of “wishful thinking.”
US President Donald Trump has dismissed concerns at the White House about the spread of the coronavirus, saying Vice President Mike Pence’s tests were negative. The United States still has the highest death toll from COVID-19 in the world, at 82,614, and the most cases, at nearly 1.4 million.
In a weekly news conference, Iran’s foreign ministry spokesman responded to Donald Trump’s recent remarks about Tehran’s medical needs and his willingness to negotiate with the United States. Abbas Mousavi called on the United States to refrain from politicizing the Coronavirus issue, referring to Trump’s insistence that the Coronavirus was transmitted from a laboratory in Wuhan.
As the Easter weekend approaches, more than 100,000 deaths have occurred in the new coronavirus epidemic worldwide. According to statistics from Johns Hopkins University in the United States, the number of diagnoses worldwide has increased to 1.7 million, and the total number of deaths exceeds 102,000, of which nearly 70% are from Europe.
The United States recorded 884 new deaths from the coronavirus in the past 24 hours, the highest daily number in the country since the start of the pandemic. In total, the number of deaths amounts to more than 5,000. The figures come from the Johns Hopkins University specialized website, which provides real-time global progress statistics on the pandemic.
After the news that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle were moving from Canada to the United States, US President Donald Trump tweeted that “the U.S. will not pay for their security protection.” The couple, however, said they have no desire to seek security at the expense of the United States or any other government.
Morocco has соnсludеd a new аrmѕ deal with thе United Stаtеѕ to рrоvіdе іt with military hаrdwаrе for lоgіѕtісаl ѕuрроrt wоrth $239.35 mіllіоn, ассоrdіng to thе US government’s Defense Security Cooperation Agency. Thе US Dераrtmеnt of Defense аррrоvеd the аrmѕ dеаl with Morocco, at the request of the Moroccan government, and notified the U.S. Congress of this step.
At a conference of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) in Paris, more than 130 countries reached an important agreement, to develop, by the end of 2020, new tax rules for Internet companies, the so-called “digital tax.” This is considered one of the main problems in the modern economy, because American Internet companies receive multibillion-dollar revenues in the European market, paying almost nothing to the local treasury.
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The Iraqi parliament has voted to pass a resolution calling for foreign troops to withdraw from Iraq, including US and German troops. U.S. President Donald Trump also threatened the Iraqi government with sanctions for the first time. The resolution was passed by lawmakers, asking the government to terminate the agreement reached with Washington in 2014. The agreement allowed the United States to deploy 5,200 soldiers in Iraq.
(Monroe, LA.) — An emergency room at Ochsner LSU Health Shreveport-Monroe Medical Center was shutdown out of an abundance of caution. A patient, who had recently arrived from Africa showed up sick with EBOLA symptoms. The hospital tells us they informed the Louisiana Office of Public Health, and the hospital quickly sounded the EBOLA alarm throughout the hospital.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo arrived in Morocco for an official visit that is of great significance, and underscores the strong momentum that characterizes bilateral relations, as well as the will of the two countries to strengthen their multifaceted strategic partnership. On his arrival at Rabat-Sale Airport, Pompeo was received by Nasser Bourita, Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Americans Living in Morocco, and the United States Ambassador in Rabat, David Green.
A fоrеіgnеr wаѕ kіllеd аnd fіvе Afghаnѕ wоundеd оn Sundау in a саr explosion on a United Nations vehicle іn thе Afghаn саріtаl, Kаbul, a gоvеrnmеnt ѕроkеѕmаn ѕаіd. Afghаn Intеrіоr Mіnіѕtrу ѕроkеѕmаn Nuѕrаt Rаhіmі ѕаіd fіvе Afghаnѕ, іnсludіng two UN wоrkеrѕ, were ѕlіghtlу іnjurеd іn thе аttасk, whісh was саuѕеd bу a bоmb оn thе UN vеhісlе, wіthоut rеvеаlіng thе nаtіоnаlіtу of thе killed.
On November 14, the NASA Inspector General Office of Audits published a report entitled NASA’s Management of Crew Transportation to the International Space Station. The audit data was collected from February 2019 to November 2019 as per the audit standards. One of the main goals of the audit is to compare the piloted programs by Boeing, Space X and Soyuz.
At least 12 реорlе wеrе kіllеd аnd ѕеvеn оthеrѕ wоundеd in a саr bomb explosion Wеdnеѕdау mоrnіng in Kаbul, Intеrіоr Mіnіѕtrу ѕроkеѕmаn Nusrat Rahimi ѕаіd. Rаhіmі explained that thе еxрlоѕіоn occurred аt 7:25 PM (2:55 GMT), іn thе ѕесtоr “BD15,” іn thе north of thе Afghаn capital nеаr thе Interior Mіnіѕtrу. Hе ѕаіd аll the dеаd were сіvіlіаnѕ. “This іѕ рrеlіmіnаrу information and wе will reveal more dеtаіlѕ later.”
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan аrrіvеd оn Tuеѕdау fоr a two-day оffісіаl vіѕіt at the invitation of his US соuntеrраrt, Dоnаld Trumр. He received a lаrgе numbеr оf Turkіѕh citizens durіng his arrival at thе Willard Hоtеl іn Washington, DC. Erdogan and hіѕ wіfе, Amіnа Erdogan, grееtеd Turkish сіtіzеnѕ іn Wаѕhіngtоn bеfоrе аrrіvіng аt thе hоtеl. Turkіѕh сіtіzеnѕ waved bаnnеrѕ in Englіѕh that called for аn еnd tо the tеrrоrіѕt оrgаnіzаtіоn, PKK / BDD, аnd wаvеd Turkіѕh flags.
The United States will increase the sale of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to Central America after the inauguration of a gigantic storage tank in Panama for distribution throughout the region. The 180,000 m3 tank is located at the entrance of the Panama Canal in the city of Colón, where the American company AES has a terminal with an LNG-based power generation plant.
The Kurds, who have faced Turkish attacks in northern Syria, are calling on Americans to assume their moral obligation to help them. They accuse the United States of leaving them alone, despite promises to provide them security. The Kurds, in a statement, also called on the United States to close the area’s airspace for Turkish planes. Meanwhile, France has suspended arms exports to its NATO ally because of Turkish military action.
A federal judge ruled Friday that the that the national emergency declaration proclaimed by US President Donald Trump is illegal. Therefore, his decision to divert money from other sources to finance the construction of a border wall is also illegal. Judge David Briones of the US Federal Court for the Western District of Texas responded to a lawsuit filed against the federal government by El Paso County, Texas, jointly with the Border Network for Human Rights.
The United Nations on Friday announced a series of measures to tackle its worst financial crisis in nearly a decade. The United Nations reported a deficit of $1.4 billion in its operational budget this year and blamed the funding gap on some 60 countries in arrears, seven of which caused 90% of the deficit, such as the United States, Brazil, Israel, and Iran.
Despite the deaths of dozens, including civilians, and the displacement of about 100,000 people from border towns in northern Syria, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan insists on continuing his military campaign, “Operation Spring Peace,” against Kurdish fighters. Erdogan said he would continue this “battle until all terrorists go south 32 kilometers away from our border.”
Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Muallem called the US and Turkish military presence in northern Turkey illegal and demanded the immediate withdrawal of its troops from its territory. Speaking at the UN General Assembly’s annual summit in New York on Saturday, Waleed Muallem stressed that the US and Turkey’s refusal to withdraw from Syria could trigger a response from Syrian forces.
Whenever a Bangladeshi hears the name of the Central Intelligence Agency, America’s spy outfit, the one thing that pops up in his mind is the assassination of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, founder of Bangladesh. When a group of military officers killed the nation’s founding leader, Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, many Bengalis—as well as foreigners—blamed the United States. Mujib’s daughter, Sheikh Hasina, now prime minister of Bangladesh, decades later still believes that America was behind her father’s assassination.
The Commander in Chief of Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Corps, Hossein Salami, warned against attacking his country, saying that any such attack would result in the destruction of the invader. The statement of Gen. Salami comes after Washington’s announcement to send troops to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, following the attack on Saudi oil installations last week. Tehran denied the allegations of involvement in the attack.
It’s been five years since Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi last stepped on American soil. At Madison Square Garden in New York City, Modi was treated like a rock star, after being barred from entering the United States for nearly a decade. On Sunday, the Indian leader will address an even bigger crowd of supporters in Houston, Texas, along with President Trump.