South China Sea Washington denounces escalation of Beijing

South China Sea: Washington denounces “escalation” of Beijing

The United States raised the tone Thursday against Beijing denouncing an “escalade” Chinese “in its efforts of intimidation” in the South China Sea, especially against Vietnam. A prospecting vessel belonging to the Chinese Public Geological Service again entered Vietnam’s exclusive economic zone (EEZ) in the South China Sea in mid-August, at the risk of reigniting […]

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Pentagon chief confirms death of bin Laden's son

Pentagon chief confirms death of bin Laden’s son Hamza Bin Laden

US Defense Minister Mark Esper has confirmed the death of Hamza Bin Laden, one of Osama Bin Laden’s sons, presented as his heir to the head of al-Qaeda, reported in late July by US media. Asked about the death of Hamza bin Laden during an interview with Fox US channel broadcast Wednesday night, Esper refrained […]

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But why is Donald Trump so interested in Greenland

But why Donald Trump is so interested in Greenland?

The claims of the American president on this territory provoked a diplomatic crisis with Denmark. Franceinfo explains why the “green country” interests the United States. The case has turned to the diplomatic crisis. Vexed by the Danish Prime Minister’s response to his interest in Greenland, Donald Trump canceled his visit to Denmark on Tuesday (August […]

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An air defense system made in Iran

An air defense system made in Iran

This is the latest military innovation exhibited by the Iranian media. On this “National Day of the Defense Industry”, Tehran unveiled its new air defense system made in Iran. In the presence of President Hassan Rohani, the army presented the Bavar-373, a long-range surface-to-air missile system. They would reach their target more than 200 kilometers […]

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US refuses to vaccinate migrant children against influenza

US refuses to vaccinate migrant children against influenza

Despite the three deaths in US detention centers since December 2018 and the alerts of doctors. “Child deaths are rare events in the United States,” says Harvard pediatric professor Jonathan Winickoff in an interview with CNBC. “When I learned that many children had died in detention because of the flu, it really troubled me.” Since […]

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G7, G8, G20 summits of violence

G7, G8, G20: summits of violence

Opponents of globalization have already organized the counter-summit of the G7 Biarritz. If France will not escape the protesters, the host country hopes to avoid the fiasco of some previous international summits. The G7 will open in Biarritz this Saturday, August 24th. An ultra-secure international summit that requires a monster organization. And for good reason, […]

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South Africa apartheid flag is now banned

South Africa: apartheid flag is now banned

The South African justice system, labeled as “inciting hatred” of the black community, banned the public display of the apartheid flag on Wednesday, August 21. This is one of the most controversial symbols in South Africa. It is tricolor like most standards around the world. But unlike his peers who promoted the values ​​of their […]

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Iraqi paramilitary force accuses Washington of being responsible for attacks on its bases

Iraqi paramilitary force accuses Washington of being responsible for attacks on its bases

A powerful Iraqi paramilitary force, Hashd al-Shaabi, said Wednesday that it considered the United States responsible for a series of explosions in recent weeks against some of its bases and weapons depots. “We announce that US forces are the only entity responsible for what happened, and we will hold them accountable for everything that will […]

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United States teens want to publish a picture of their dead body to fight guns

United States : teens want to publish a picture of their dead body to fight guns

In early August, killings in El Paso and Dayton, Ohio, hit the United States in less than 24 hours. In the hope of shocking public opinion and thus changing the law, students want the photo of their body to be released if they die in a shootout. Kaylee Tyner was not born when the killings […]

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