Sunday, 19 January 2020

Tag Archives: United States

Female journalist’s groped on live broadcast

A female reporter in the United States was groped by a marathon runner while conducting a live broadcast. The culprit has now apologised for the act after the viral video of the incident garnered outrage on social media. After millions of views of it online a police investigation has begun ...

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Oil prices hit highest in 3 months

LONDON: Oil prices extended gains on Friday, scaling three-month highs as the United States and China moved closer to a resolution to the 18-month trade war between the world’s two biggest economies that has raised big questions about global demand for crude. Brent futures climbed 43 cents, or 0.7%, to ...

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Taliban attack on US military base kills at least 2

KABUL: Suicide bombers struck the main U.S. military base in Afghanistan, killing at least two person and injuring scores in a major attack that could scupper plans to revive peace talks between the United States and the Taliban. The Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack, which struck the Bagram air ...

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US, Mexico, Canada to sign deal finalizing trade agreement

MEXICO CITY: The United States, Mexico and Canada are expected to sign a deal finalizing their new trade agreement, capping more than two years of negotiations and paving the way to ratification. Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, who will chair a meeting of officials from the three countries at ...

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Pentagon suspends training of Saudis for security review

WASHINGTON: The Pentagon announced it was temporarily suspending operational training for Saudi military students in the United States following a shooting rampage last week by a Saudi air force officer. Saudi Arabian military students in the United States will continue classroom instruction but operational training is halted pending a security ...

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Kashmir crisis calls for United States engagement

WASHINGTON: Pakistan and India have jointly administered the Jammu and Kashmir region since 1948, when the United Nations negotiated a cease-fire between the two South Asian countries and decreed that the Kashmiri people would determine their own future. That there is a hotly disputed region adjoining two nuclear-armed adversaries should ...

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Trump says Huawei is a security risk as NATO seeks secure 5G

WATFORD, England (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump said that Chinese telecommunication firm Huawei was a security risk after NATO said it needed secure next-generation 5G technology. In what some have compared to the Cold War arms race, the United States is worried that 5G dominance would give any global ...

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United States backs sustained Indian role in Afghanistan

WASHINGTON: The United States said Thursday that it supported continued Indian involvement in Afghanistan, even as President Donald Trump looks to withdraw troops. India is one of the most enthusiastic backers of Afghanistan s government, contributing more than $3 billion since the 2001 US-led invasion toppled the Taliban, who harbored ...

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Gold slips as US issues licenses for firms to deal with Huawei

LONDON: Gold fell, retreating from a two-week high hit earlier in the session, after the United States started issuing licenses for some companies to supply goods to Chinese firm Huawei, rekindling hopes for trade negotiations that had shown signs of turning more contentious. Spot gold dipped 0.15% to $1,469.87 per ...

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