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Venezuelan Foreign Minister Dismisses US Travel Ban

Venezuelan Foreign Minister Dismisses US Travel Ban

Invoking former Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez's famous quip that the podium "smells like sulfur" after then-U.S. President George W. Bush addressed the assembly in 2006, Arreaza said: "It's still valid". It came hours after the White House announced a new executive order adding three new countries - Venezuela, North Korea and Chad - to a list that already included Libya, Iran, Syria, Somalia and Yemen, while removing Sudan.


Iran claims successful test of missile capable of reaching Israel

Iran claims successful test of missile capable of reaching Israel

Rouhani has stated that this Trump government is looking to get "an excuse" to get out from the landmark 2015- nuclear arrangement which topped Iran's atomic activities in substitution for the lifting of worldwide actions against Iran . Iran said on Saturday it had successfully tested a new ballistic missile with a range of 2,000 km and would keep developing its arsenal, despite western pressures to stop.


Trump casts doubt over Iran nuclear deal after its missile test

Trump casts doubt over Iran nuclear deal after its missile test

A few hours after the announcement by Tehran of launching a new ballistic missile, the us president, has put in doubt the very existence of the agreement of 2015. It wasn't immediately clear whether Trump had made a final decision to continue complying with the Iran nuclear deal, under which Tehran agreed to curb its nuclear activities in exchange for the lifting of global sanctions.


Iran Shows Off Khorramshahr Ballistic Missile After Trump Speech

Iran Shows Off Khorramshahr Ballistic Missile After Trump Speech

The test-firing of the Khorramshahr missile, which Iran said could carry several warheads, is also likely to raise concerns in Washington. " Iran has just tested a ballistic missile capable of reaching Israel". Iran's last missile test was in February, an action that resulted in a new wave of sanctions from the Trump administration in July. "The ballistic missile Iran fired today is not just a provocation against the USA and its allies, including Israel, and an attempt to test them".


Inspector General To Review Price's Use Of Private Jets

Inspector General To Review Price's Use Of Private Jets

Politico first reported that Price has put at least 24 flights on his taxpayer tab with destinations that include a health care conference at a ME resort and health care centers in New Hampshire and Pennsylvania. ( Never again , he swore.) According to an investigation by Politico , since being confirmed, Price has taken private planes for official business at a cost of at least $400,000 to taxpayers, often for short trips like from D.C.to Philadelphia where airline tickets run in the ...