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Trump expresses commitment to peace in West Asia

Trump expresses commitment to peace in West Asia

Aboard Air Force One on Wednesday, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson appeared to embrace the linkage theory of Middle East peace, as he explained President Trump's investment in relaunching direct talks between Israel and the Palestinians.


Iran to Proceed with Missile Program with Full Power: Spokesman

Iran to Proceed with Missile Program with Full Power: Spokesman

In the 12th round of presidential elections , people marked an incomparable 45-million turnout for the first time in Iran's history", Dr Rouhani continued . "We are still waiting for new U.S. administration to be established in terms of positions, agenda and thoughts, so we can have a precise judgment", Rouhani said while commenting about possible talks between Tehran and Washington under the Trump administration.


US boosting Israeli military aid by millions: Netanyahu

US boosting Israeli military aid by millions: Netanyahu

With the Middle East leg of his trip complete , Trump arrived in Italy Tuesday. Trump's speech , welcomed by Israeli right-wingers, came after he met Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas in Bethlehem in the occupied West Bank earlier in the day.



South Korea's Park denies charges as corruption trial begins

On Tuesday, the effigies became reality: South Korean television and smartphone screens were filled with pictures of the disgraced former president arriving for the first day of her trial - in handcuffs and with her prison number, Number 503, on her navy blue jacket and trousers.


Federal Bureau of Investigation examines Kushner meetings with Russians

Federal Bureau of Investigation examines Kushner meetings with Russians

The Washington Post reported that it was "the extent and nature" of Kushner's meetings with Russian officials that has interested the agency. As NBC News notes, "Gorkov is chairman of VneshEconomBank , a Russian government-owned institution that has been under USA sanctions since July 2014".



2 in United States court over Washington protest fight

According to The Washington Post , a Turkish state news agency acknowledged that Erdogan's guards had targeted the demonstrators. "If they want to leave, we will say "Goodbye". Videos show people pushing past police to confront a small group of protesters across the street. Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said McGurk, who was initially an Obama appointee, was "definitely supporting the Kurds", insisting that US-Turkey relations would be improved by his removal from the position.