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US pressing ahead with plan to divide Syria: Pundit

Thursday, 22 February 2018 00:00

American authorities are pushing forward their plan of having a foothold in Syria through dividing the Arab country into pieces, says an analyst.

Rouhani urges end to Yemen war, efforts to restart national dialog

Wednesday, 21 February 2018 00:00

President Hassan Rouhani has urged Saudi Arabia and its allies to stop their “blame game” against Iran over Yemen’s crisis, saying efforts should instead be driven towards ending the deadly war on the impoverished nation and pave the way for intra-Yemeni dialog.

Trump's sexual accuser says he should be afraid of truth

Wednesday, 21 February 2018 00:00

A woman, who has previously accused President Donald Trump of sexual harassment, says the president should be afraid of the truth.

On Monday, Rachel Crooks told The Washington Post that Trump had kissed her forcibly in Trump Tower in 2006, an accusation Trump rejected.

Philippines rejects US intel community’s criticism of Duterte

Wednesday, 21 February 2018 00:00

The Philippines’ presidential spokesman has rejected a recent official US intelligence assessment that refers to President Rodrigo Duterte as a threat to democracy in Southeast Asia.

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Stelter: The 'Oprah 2020' story isn't going away. Trump just made sure of it

Tuesday, 20 February 2018 00:00

Oprah Winfrey says she is "not running" for president right now, but she has not ruled it out in private conversations, according to three confidants who spoke with me last week. That's one of the reasons why this chatter about "Oprah 2020" isn't going away, despite her carefully-worded remarks downplaying interest in a run.

Israel PM Benjamin Netanyahu says police corruption claims are ‘full of holes, like Swiss cheese’

Wednesday, 14 February 2018 00:00

ABOVE: Israeli police are recommending that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu be indicted in a pair of corruption cases, however, Netanyahu declares the accusations baseless and vows to stay in office.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday shrugged off police recommendations that he be charged with corruption, calling the allegations “biased, extreme, full of holes, like Swiss cheese” and vowed to remain in office.