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2019-05-15T08:04:03.496Z
‘People are dying’: U.N. urges access for aid to Rakhine state YANGON--A U.N. official has urged Myanmar to grant aid workers During her visit, Mueller met senior officials in the capital, Naypyitaw, including state counselor Aung San Suu Kyi who said she was working towards development and social cohesion in Rakhine Most lack citizenship and face curbs on movement and access to basic services They are losing hope after seven years in this camp
2019-05-15T07:59:07.640Z
Houthi drone attacks in Saudi 'show new level of sophistication' Aerial attacks on oil pipeline deep inside Saudi Arabia suggest significant leap in Houthi drone capabilities. The drone was guided using satellite technology, as beyond a certain range, drones need a satellite data link for information to be sent back to the pilot Despite the minor damage in the attack, there is now increasing concern that, given the current tension, small acts of military violence could spark a regional conflict
2019-05-15T07:54:16.087Z
Look harder: US rebukes British general for doubting heightened threat from Iran A UK military commander was rebuked by the US Central Command for questioning Washington’s claims that Iran poses an increased threat. Gen. Ghika, a senior figure in the anti-ISIS coalition, said none was evident in Iraq or Syria. Washington cited the existence of those groups as one of the reasons why Iran poses a danger to the US and should be contained President Trump has rejected the claim, calling it fake news and saying: If we did that, we would send a hell of a lot more troops than that Share it with a friend! Trends: Iran news UK newsUS news
2019-05-15T07:20:31.528Z
Absolutely Orwellian: ‘Humanitarian’ Concerns Increase Wars, Benefit Only Arms-Producers Unlike a regular corporation, the corporations that manufacture and sell weapons to their government are virtually 100% dependent upon their government and its military allies, for their own success; their markets are only those governments, not individuals (such as is the case for normal corporations). So: the government there naturally becomes an extension of its major contractors or armaments-firms This type of racket has worked that way for thousands of years, and yet it has always remained Top Secret, or (at least) Confidential or etc.; but, anyway,  very  private and not acknowledged in their ‘news’-media, but instead publicly denied (though, occasionally, also joked-about)
2019-05-15T07:18:25.474Z
ASX rebounds as Trump calms markets Australian shares closed firmly higher on Wednesday after comments from US President Donald Trump soothed investors' nerves. While in our view there is merit in Mayne's comments regarding repositioning of the products businesses toward specialty branded products and sustainable generic portfolios, we await tangible evidence of this before incorporating any positive impact on divisional earnings, said analyst Saul Hadassin
2019-05-15T07:08:18.524Z
Why do directors prefer untrained actors? It gave them credibility, he says, to have people on screen who didn’t look like film stars Loach paved the way for a generation of British filmmakers to do the same, including Lynne Ramsay, Andrea Arnold, Penny Woolcock and Shane Meadows This reflects a paradox at the heart of great cinema: it uses illusion to speak truth
2019-05-15T06:43:00.774Z
U.S. pressures Baghdad over Iran-backed militias Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's surprise visit to Baghdad this month came ... The Iraqi security source said U.S. officials discussed with Iraqi officials Iran-backed militia deployed along the Syrian border, where U.S. troops have helped fight Islamic State Pompeo said last week: We’ve urged the Iraqi government .. Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
2019-05-15T05:52:50.075Z
Analysis | The White House builds a path to war with Iran U.S. military planners are well aware of the dangers of escalation, but the U.S. political leadership remains on a course of confrontation. By Ishaan Tharoor Ishaan Tharoor Reporter covering foreign affairs, geopolitics and history Email Bio Follow May 15 at 12:59 AM (Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post) At a meeting with journalists in New York last month, Iran’s top diplomat presented a mnemonic for what he saw afflicting his nation Iranian officials denied culpability for the tanker attacks and claimed that they were being wrongly framed for sabotage
2019-05-15T05:25:24.109Z
International worries grow over US claims of Iranian threat WASHINGTON (AP) — International worries that the Trump administration is sliding toward war with Iran flared into the open amid skepticism about its claims that the Islamic Republic poses a... WASHINGTON (AP) International worries that the Trump administration is sliding toward war with Iran flared into the open amid skepticism about its claims that the Islamic Republic poses a growing threat to the U.S. and its allies in the Persian Gulf and beyond The official spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss internal deliberations
2019-05-15T04:58:15.098Z
Iran and the US risk igniting the Middle East tinderbox In the Middle East, a region littered with tinder and primed with TNT-powered polarisation always ready to blow, there are far too many people playing with matches Note that, for all the Iranian breast-beating, nothing has actually happened in the Strait of Hormuz or the Gulf
2019-05-15T04:28:49.209Z
U.S. claims of growing Iranian threat met with global skepticism International worries that the Trump administration is sliding toward war with Iran flared into the open Tuesday amid skepticism about its claims that the... The official spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss internal deliberations Tensions rose another notch with reports Sunday that four commercial vessels anchored off the United Arab Emirates had been damaged by sabotage We Want to Hear from You Join the conversation Comment
2019-05-15T04:04:57.925Z