Saturday, July 22, 2017

BREAKING: Wikileaks Published The Podesta Emails Part 10

WikiLeaks has dumped another collection of emails from Hillary Clinton’s campaign chair, John Podesta. The newly released emails include campaign staff exchanges on handling media queries about Clinton “flip-flopping” on gay marriage, galvanizing Latino support and locking down Clinton’s healthcare policy - Wikileaks. Wikileaks had already published over...

US and its allies financing and arming IS — Syrian official

A political and media adviser to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has accused the US and its allies of financing and arming the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group in a bid to tear the region apart and deplete its resources, reported Iranian news agency PressTV on...

List Of People Named In The Panama Papers

This is a partial list of individuals named in the Panama Papers as shareholders and directors of offshore companies. The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) will release the full list of companies and people in the Panama Paper files in early May.   By Nerti U....

Dow Jones Industrial Average hit the 20,000 milestone for first time

US premier stock index the Dow Jones Industrial Average hit the 20,000 milestone for first time on the hopes that US President Donald Trump’s administration will boost infrastructure spending.

What tells us Wikileaks cables about Turkey President Erdogan and his son

Wikileaks cables about Turkey President Erdogan and his son
Monday 5 December 2016, WikiLeaks publishes an authoritative, searchable archive of 57,934 emails from the personal email address of Berat Albayrak, who is President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's son-in-law and Turkey's Minister of Energy. ______ The emails span sixteen years from April 2000 to 23 September of...

EU fails to reach debt deal for Greece amid IMF row

Eurozone fails to reach debt deal for Greece amid IMF row reports AFP news agency on Monday. Eurozone finance ministers, the International Monetary Fund and the Greek government failed to agree at talks on a release of further bailout funds for Athens and reached no...

Oil breaks 2003 low of $26.19

Oil breaks 2003 low of $26.19   U.S. oil prices fell for a sixth straight day on Thursday, hitting the lowest since May 7, 2003, weighed by brimming crude inventories and a Goldman Sachs forecast that prices would remain low and volatile until the second half...

Brexit: Theresa May would begin the formal process for exiting the EU by Tuesday

UK Prime Minister Theresa May could begin the formal process for exiting the European Union by triggering Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty as early as Tuesday, according to officials in London and Brussels. ______ LONDON, United Kingdom - May had pledged to trigger Article 50...

US approves $662 mn sale of radar, 120mm and 155mm projectiles to Saudi Arabia

United States approves $662 mn sale of radar, 120mm and 155mm projectiles, and other equipment to Saudi Arabia.  The United States also approved $750 mn sale of blanket order training program for Saudi Air Force and other military branches. State Dept. approval does not mean sale...

US testing the most expensive aircraft carrier in the history (PHOTOS)

  World’s most expensive warship FINALLY hits the water as US Navy tests out new £10billion supercarrier after being dogged by delays and ‘reliability issues’. ______ The mammoth USS Gerald R. Ford warship, which took six years to build, was spotted being put through its paces for...

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