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‘Unacceptable & disruptive’: Israel seeks talks as Jordan demands its farmland back after 25yr lease

Jordan has announced its intention to reclaim full sovereignty over farmland leased to Israel as part of the 1994 peace treaty. Calling such a change “unacceptable” after so many years, Israel has vowed to renegotiate the deal. “We are practicing our full sovereignty on our land,” King Abdullah II said Sunday, announcing the Kingdom’s intention to opt out of parts ...

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‘Inadequate’: Europe dissatisfied with Riyadh’s Khashoggi death story, Berlin talks arms sale freeze

Not satisfied with the Saudi story on how journalist Jamal Khashoggi died in Turkey, EU leaders are demanding an in-depth probe, with Germany’s foreign minister saying that Berlin shouldn’t sell arms to Riyadh until it’s finished. Germany, France, and the EU all said they want more from Saudi Arabia on Saturday, demanding a full investigation and “accountability” over Khashoggi’s death. ...

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Pakistan tests nuclear-capable missile after India cancels talks & signs S-400 deal with Russia

Pakistan has successfully test-launched its nuclear-capable missile system just after its archenemy India refused peace talks with Islamabad and bought billions-worth of weapons from Russia. The missile system, which can fire both nuclear and conventional projectiles to a distance of 1,300km, was tested on Monday by the Army Strategic Forces Command (ASFC). The test of the Ghauri Ballistic Missile was ...

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Pompeo’s ‘favorite’ translator & guard’s weapon left behind during Pyongyang talks – reports

Tight North Korean security left US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo literally unarmed during his trip to Pyongyang. His guard was reportedly asked to hand off his weapon and his preferred translator barred from the meeting. Read more The restrictions for Pompeo’s recent talks with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un were voiced by his ‘old’ diplomatic partner, Kim Yong-chol, a ...

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‘Unrelenting vindictiveness’: Pilger talks MSM landscape & Assange, Syria & US sanctions wars

There are two types of media in the world – approved and unapproved – and the public is generally only allowed to see the former, journalist John Pilger told RT. He also spoke about Western sanctions and Trump’s approach in Syria. Speaking to RT’s Going Underground, Pilger said that he believes you can categorize the news as approved or unapproved. ...

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Apple’s Tim Cook talks privacy, user data in China and banning Alex Jones

Notoriously secret on one hand, Apple has never been one to shy away from speaking its mind on matters of principle. During this current period of societal tumult, the $ 1 trillion company has more to answer for than ever. In a new interview with VICE News Tonight on HBO, Apple chief executive Tim Cook talked about a slew of ...

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Serbia’s Vucic inspired after talks with Putin, got ‘everything he was looking for’

Moscow has reassured Belgrade of its support of the territorial integrity and sovereignty of the Balkan nation following a crisis in Kosovo over the weekend, President Aleksandar Vucic noted following his visit to Russia. The latest regional tensions surrounding Serbia and its renegade province of Kosovo were discussed in detail between President Vladimir Putin and his Serbian counterpart in Moscow. ...

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Russian security chief warns of ‘Syrian scenario’ in Afghanistan, urges settlement talks

The head of Russia’s main national security body has said that Islamic State seeks to destabilize the situation in Afghanistan and replay the Syrian scenario, adding that only political talks can prevent disaster. The secretary of the Security Council of the Russian Federation, Nikolai Patrushev, shared this information with other senior officials at the ongoing multilateral consultations on an Afghanistan ...

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Putin & Orban need each other more than ever, but do they dare come closer during Moscow talks?

Hungary’s prime minister Viktor Orban arrives in Russia to meet Vladimir Putin on Tuesday with both states under diplomatic siege. Will the two downplay their political affair in front of Europe’s judging eyes? Nominally, there is nothing notable about Orban’s one-day visit: he was last in Moscow just two months ago for the World Cup final, and the agenda made ...

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Coca-Cola in ‘serious talks’ about branching into cannabis beverage market – report

Coca-Cola is one of the most recognized brands in the world, but it could soon be known for more than just fizzy drinks. The company is looking to branch into the cannabis beverage market, according to a report. The world’s largest beverage company, based in Atlanta, is in “serious talks” with Canadian cannabis producer Aurora Cannabis Inc to develop cannabis-infused ...

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