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Is the US-Saudi relationship falling apart? | USA

What is said to be a false assassination plot is the concern of the relationship between Saudi Arabia and the United States. Former Saudi intelligence agent Saad al-Jabri is suing the Saudi Crown Prince in the United States, alleging that Mohammed Bin Salman (MBS) sent the “beaten man” who killed journalist Jamal Khashoggi to kill in Canada. In a slight …

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The US visit to Taiwan begins, which adds to tensions in China

Alex Azar in Washington, DC, on Friday, July 24th. Photographer: Stefani Reynolds / Bloomberg Photographer: Stefani Reynolds / Bloomberg Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar will arrive in Taiwan on Sunday for a U.S. official’s visit to the island more than a decade ago, a trip that further worsens spiraling U.S. relations and China. Azar plans to discuss …

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Thousands of Israelis join renewed anti-Netanyahu protests News

Thousands of protesters have once again filled the streets near the official residence of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a renewed show of strength, as weeks of demonstrations demanding his resignation showed no delay. Protesters were angry at the government’s handling of the coronavirus crisis and said Netanyahu should not remain in office while on trial for corruption charges. …

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Hundreds of protesters wounded during the war in Beirut – English in Al Jazeera

Hundreds of protesters injured as rabies rage in Beirut Al Jazeera, English Beirut is betting on more funerals, a massive protest over the New York Post explosion Lebanon protesters storm ministries as violent protests catch Beirut CNN Like the Lebanese Reels, Hariri’s long-awaited murder verdicts take place in the New York Times Beirut explosion: CCTV captures the moment an attack …

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US coronavirus: Five states account for more than 40% of the country’s nearly 5 million Covid-19 cases

The impressive figure means that the country contains about a quarter of the world’s virus cases and also tops the list with the most reported deaths in the world. More than 162,000 Americans have died. The pandemic shows no delay and coast-to-coast health officials have urged the use of face masks in public places and have begged residents to avoid …

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Beirut Blast: The video on the survival of the church altar brings hope

The Greek Orthodox Church of St Dimitrios in Achrafieh is less than a kilometer away from where the Beirut explosion occurred. Father Youil Nassif rushed to the church to check for damage and found the nave completely ruined. But the space of the sacred altar, protected by the “iconostasis” (wall of icons), was almost intact, including an oil lamp that …

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Did the United States need to drop a second atomic bomb on Japan? – News week

Did the United States need to drop a second atomic bomb on Japan? Newsweek A Hiroshima survivor recalls a nuclear explosion, 75 years after CBS This Morning “Godzilla” was a metaphor for Hiroshima and Hollywood whitewashed NBC News The atomic bomb was not the only weapon of mass destruction in Hiroshima and Nagasaki The Washington Post Harry Truman and the …

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Coronavirus cases in the United States reached 5 million; 100,000 dead in Brazil: live | News

In the United States there has been a record coronavirus cases, with more than five millions People who are now infected, according to a Reuters statement, as the country’s leading infectious disease official offered hope that an effective vaccine could be available by the end of the year. Brazil’s coronavirus deaths have exceeded 100,000 deaths five months after the first …

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