Venezuela denies entry to Guatemalan president-elect, scuppering meeting with opposition leader

CARACAS (Reuters) – Venezuelan authorities on Saturday denied Guatemala’s president-elect Alejandro Giammattei entry into Venezuela, where he was scheduled to meet with opposition leader Juan Guaido. Giammattei, a conservative who won the Central American country’s presidency in August, landed at … Read More

Erdoğan has managed the unthinkable: uniting all the other Middle East rivals

Turkey’s Syria invasion following the US withdrawal of its troops means that all bets are now off in the Middle East. Smoke billows from targets in Tel Abyad, Syria, during bombardment by Turkish forces. Photograph: Lefteris Pitarakis/AP By invading northern … Read More

Typhoon Hagibis: At least 10 dead, 16 missing

At least 10 people were killed and 16 missing as a powerful typhoon slammed Japan, causing major flooding and landslides across the central and eastern parts of the country and leaving hundreds of thousands without power. More than 120 people … Read More

Typhoon Hagibis: Tokyo braced for battering as ‘worst storm in 60 years’ roars in

The threat of widespread flooding and landslides compounded by an earthquake in nearby Chiba prefecture. Damaged caused by typhoon Hagibis in Chiba Prefecture, east of Tokyo. Photograph: Jiji Press/EPA Evacuation orders were issued to more than 800,000 households in Tokyo … Read More

13-year-old girl charged with felony for finger gun threat at middle school

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. — A student has been charged with a felony following an incident at a Kansas middle school. “If someone makes a direct threat to another person to do harm to another person, that is considered a criminal threat and … Read More

US-China reach trade war ‘pause’

The U.S. and China have reached a partial trade pause. President Trump, speaking at the White House, said: “We’ve come to a very substantial phase one deal”…adding it will take three to five weeks to get written. The deal includes intellectual property, financial … Read More

Israel’s Urdent Need: Stable Government

The US has come across in recent months as unwilling to confront Iran. sraeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu attends the swearing-in ceremony of the 22nd Knesset, the Israeli parliament, in Jerusalem October 3, 2019. (photo credit: RONEN ZVULUN/REUTERS) Prime Minister … Read More

Israel to allow Jews to perform their prayers inside Al-Aqsa Mosque soon

Israeli forces attack Palestinian worshippers in Jerusalem’s Al-Aqsa mosque on 11 August 2019 [Faiz Abu Rmeleh/Anadolu Agency] Israeli Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan stated on Friday that Israel could allow Jews to freely perform their prayers inside Al-Aqsa Mosque soon, Arab48.com reported. Asked by Makor Rishon regarding … Read More

Revealed: Russia’s Plan To Destroy U.S. Navy Aircraft Carriers In a War

Designed during the Cold War. Key point: Like the Soviet Union, Russia knows that aircraft carriers are force multipliers for the U.S. military. In the event of World War II, the Soviet Union planned to go after the U.S. Navy’s … Read More

Turkish move into Syria gives Putin a chance to ramp up Middle East role

Analyst: Russia is probably the only player in the room among the grown-ups who can talk with everyone in the room at the same time. Russian President Vladimir Putin, left, and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan shake hands during their … Read More

Germany, other Nato members, stop arms sales to Turkey over Syria operation

Smoke billows following Turkish bombardment on Syria’s northeastern town of Ras al-Ain in the Hasakeh province along the Turkish border on 9 October 2019. Germany said Saturday it will halt sales of weapons to Turkey over its widely criticized operation … Read More

Germany seeks to reassure Jews after Yom Kippur attack

The attempt to massacre Jews inside a synagogue stokes renewed concern about rising far-right extremism and questions about the police response. “It’s not easy being openly Jewish in Germany, [but] the main message is we can’t give up. We won’t … Read More

‘Majority of Britons haven’t changed their minds on Brexit,’ says leading pollster

Despite three years of negotiations, infighting Estonians, the birth of the Brexit Party, the fall of UKIP and attempted party coups, the vast majority of the British public haven’t changed their minds on leaving the EU, that is according to … Read More

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