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Speaking to supporters at an airport, Trump again laced into his Democratic rival, Joe Biden, while lashing out at demonstrations calling for social justice
US President and 2020 Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has raised the prospect that he won’t accept the results of November election
US President claims 99% of COVID-19 cases in US are “totally harmless”
UAE develops Covid-19 treatment that involves stem cell transplantation
White House guidelines, including measures such as physical distancing, avoiding large gatherings and working from home, are set to expire Thursday
Trump also criticised the WHO’s initial response to the outbreak and the time it took to declare the outbreak a global pandemic, on 11 March.
“We reject this deal. We won’t accept any substitute for Jerusalem as the capital of the Palestinian state,” senior Hamas official says
Palestinian politicians call for ditching Oslo Accords, establishing Palestinian state
“We will stick to the deal of the century,” says Netanyahu
Iranian’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif responded on Sunday by tweeting an excerpt from the interview with Der Spiegel, where he said Iran is still open to negotiations with America if sanctions are lifted.
Iran detains UK ambassador amid new waves of protests
“It is in the middle of the political season, so I will see if I can do it, but I would love to go if I could,” Trump said.
This was always the way with the most controversial president in the American history, who represents a political riddle for both Democrats and Republicans. Ironically, till the present moment, the Democrats have little understanding of how he won the elections of 2016
Washington hosts a meeting involves Egypt, Ethiopia, and Sudan FMs over the dam
Trump has held numerous calls with foreign leaders, including British Prime Minister Johnson in August, urging them not to let Huawei use 5G networks
The maximum number of refugees permitted to resettle in the United States in fiscal year 2020 is 18,000.
Rouhani’s comment came a day after US President Donald Trump said he is willing to meet Rouhani under the right conditions.
Israeli elections scheduled to be held on 17 September
“What remains are minor details. No Palestinian state, but civilian self-governance,” says analyst
Trump’s adviser met Jordan’s King Abdullah
Coats was tasked with overseeing 17 US intelligence agencies after 9/11
Abbas renews his rejection of Trump’s “deal of the century”
President Donald Trump’s tweets attack 4 congresswomen, 2 of whom are of Arabic origin
Iran announced enriching uranium beyond 2015 nuclear deal limit with world powers
In same context, UAE Foreign Minister said that “clear, scientific, convincing” evidence still required on recent oil tankers attack
Deal of the Century to distribute the $50bn between Palestinian Territories with$27.81bn , Egypt $9.16bn , Jordan $7.36bn, and Lebanon $6.32bn
Trump’s advisor seeks to drum up support for US plan
Trump said on Monday that he “really believe that Iran would like to make a deal, and I think that’s very smart of them, and I think that’s a possibility to happen.”
Tension between the two nations has significantly increased in recent weeks. Earlier, the US announced the deployment of 1,500 additional troops to the Middle East to counter “credible threats” from Iran in a move denounced by Tehran on Saturday as “a threat to international peace.”
Both Trump, Pentagon stress they were not seeking to engage in military conflict with Iran