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2019-05-16T00:07:18.023Z
Angela Merkel TAKES ON Trump - lists USA along with Russia and China as global RIVALS GERMAN Chancellor Angela Merkel has provocatively listed the USA under President Trump along with China and Russia as countries that Europe needs to unite to contain. READ MORE: Germany PANIC - Economy ‘faces BATTERING from Trump’ Our political power is not yet commensurate with our economic strength (Image: GETTY) Ms Merkel claimed policy between European countries has become more united on certain issues
2019-05-15T23:56:35.931Z
Dialogue to bring civilizations closer - Opinion In this age of information, almost any information is a click away It is about using the tools of market and planning in a practical way to get the job done No side wins or loses; all sides move forward together Akif Alizadeh, president of the Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences
2019-05-15T23:53:54.701Z
Oleksandr Zinchenko highlights Watford threat ahead of Wembley ‘dream’ The Ukrainian insists the cup is as special as the league as City look to secure an unprecedented treble Leroy Sane added a second 12 minutes later to confirm their 11th successive victory Getty Images 29/41 Divock Origi strikes late to maintain Reds' hopes The Belgian secures a vital three points in a 3-2 win to keep their title hopes alive, bouncing back after suffering a heavy defeat to Barcelona just days earlier Getty Images 30/41 Vincent Kompany unleashes rocket at the Etihad The City captain scored from range with 20 minutes remaining to break Leicester's stubborn resistance and keep City on track and continue their win streak to 13 matches Getty Images 31/41 Sadio Mane put Liverpool ahead against Wolves The goal temporarily put the Reds top of the table Action Images via Reuters 32/41 Glenn Murray heads past Ederson With City behind, Pep Guardiola's side had dug themselves a hole AP 33/41 Sergio Aguero slides home the equaliser Sergio Aguero responded within 83 seconds, putting City a goal away from being back in control Getty 34/41 Aymeric Laporte puts the visitors ahead Laporte's header gave City the lead REUTERS 35/41 Riyad Mahrez slams home a third The Algerian hits a superb third from the edge of the area AP 36/41 Mane celebrates his second Mane added a second to make sure Liverpool finish on 97 points Liverpool FC via Getty Images 37/41 Ilkay Gundogan celebrates his goal Gundogan added a fourth from a free-kick Getty 38/41 Jurgen Klopp salutres the Liverpool fans Klopp applauds the fans at Anfield after falling short Reuters 39/41 Liverpool appear dejected after falling short Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane react after falling short Getty Images 40/41 Pep Guardiola reacts to City clinching the title Guardiola has overseen back-to-back title triumphs Reuters 41/41 Man City celebrate at the final whistle City react to clinching the title PA But I think every single game, our target is to show everyone who we are, he added
2019-05-15T23:52:31.414Z
Wars may end, but their toll on children doesn't When a child is hit by an airstrike or a landmine in a war zone, their bones bend more than those of an adult. They have less blood to lose so their injuries are more catastrophic Omar's father says he and his two brothers have since been socially aggressive and withdrawn from the family's local circles Without that, children are left with even worse disabilities, and often intractable pain for life
2019-05-15T23:07:05.735Z
How citizen journalists take to the front lines in the fight against Africa’s ISIS ISIS has largely been defeated in the Middle East. But the dream of establishing an Islamist caliphate is alive and well in West African nations such as Nigeria. John Peter Wumbadi of Michika had just arrived at the rectory of Fr Ikeh and gave Burton an eye-witness account of Boko Haram’s invasion of the town, which included a bank robbery and burning of residences is the author of the forthcoming book, Human Liberty 2.0
2019-05-15T22:57:32.228Z
Donald Trump Iran oil brinksmanship puts India in crossfire President Trump’s brinkmanship on Iranian oil has sucker-punched India, which is dealing with the potential cutoff of a primary energy supplier in the middle of a national election and a low-intensity trade war. To be locked out of the U.S. financial system is not a risk any commercial entity, even if government-controlled, can take, he said No one is going to give charity to India in the oil market, PetroWatch Editor Madhu Nainan told the Agence France-Presse news agency this month Even Saudi Arabia has no plans to replace Iranian crude in the global market
2019-05-15T22:43:55.035Z
U.S. pulls staff from Iraq, says Iran gave 'blessing' for tanker... Helicopters ferried U.S. staff from the American embassy in Baghdad on Wednesday... Iran described the U.S. moves as psychological warfare, and a British commander cast doubt on U.S. military concerns about threats to its roughly 5,000 soldiers in Iraq, who have been helping Iraqi security forces fight Islamic State Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
2019-05-15T22:42:05.737Z
Venezuela opposition, government leaders travel to Norway for... Representatives of Venezuela's government and the opposition have traveled ... Opposition legislator Stalin Gonzalez, along with political advisers Gerardo Blyde and Fernando Martinez have also gone to Norway, where authorities have been involved in conflict mediation, including assistance with Colombia’s 2016 peace deal between the government and FARC rebels
2019-05-15T22:20:12.082Z
Abortion, Iran, Zion Williamson: Your Wednesday Evening Briefing Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day. Advertisement (Want to get this briefing by email The Sackler family has given tens of millions of dollars and put its name in or on museums like a gallery at the Met, above universities and medical schools in the U.S., England and Israel _ Your Evening Briefing is posted at 6 p.m. Eastern
2019-05-15T22:06:49.537Z
Washington orders suspension of all flights between US & Venezuela Washington has suspended all US-based cargo and passenger air services between the US and Venezuela, citing “safety and security” conditions in the Latin American country amid attempts to oust the government in Caracas. American Airlines was the last major US carrier to suspend flights to and from Venezuela, back in March Also on rt.com Guaido’s ‘envoy’ set to meet Pentagon officials to plan ways of bringing ‘democracy’ to Venezuela Like this story Share it with a friend! Trends: US newsUS-backed coup in Venezuela newsVenezuela news
2019-05-15T21:45:17.405Z
Iran 'on the cusp of full scale confrontation with the enemy', military commander warns America Comments come amid escalating tensions between two foes On Tuesday, a British general who is second in command of strategy and information for the coalition operation named Inherent Resolve, Maj Gen Chris Ghika, told reporters at the Pentagon, there was no evidence of an increased threat Meanwhile, House speaker Nancy Pelosi reportedly said: Let me say that we have to avoid any war with Iran
2019-05-15T21:28:31.640Z
Mysterious oil tanker attack is ‘preoccupying’ French PM warns as US-Iran tensions soar THE MYSTERIOUS “sabotage” attack on four oil tankers anchored off the coast of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) over the weekend is “preoccupying,” French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe said. The UAE foreign ministry said on Sunday that four commercial vessels had been sabotaged near Fujairah emirate, one of the world’s biggest bunkering hubs lying just outside the Strait of Hormuz A senior Iranian official said that saboteurs from a third country had likely carried out the attacks, after saying on Sunday that the incident showed that the security of Gulf states was fragile
2019-05-15T21:19:28.850Z
Iran's Military Warns Of Imminent 'Full-Scale Confrontation' With 'American-Zionist Front' On Wednesday, in separate statements, two Iranian military leaders warned "we are on the cusp of a full-scale confrontation with the enemy," and "Iran will defeat the American-Zionist front." The question now is whether Iran has a plan. Despite the punchy language, Trump also dismissed as fake news reports that his military aides had drawn up plans to send up to 120,000 troops to the Middle East in the event a U.S. target was attacked The risk that the whole situation veers into a series of military skirmishes that escalate towards a wider conflict is becoming ever more real
2019-05-15T21:17:53.914Z
Robert Fisk: In Iraq, ghosts provide the glue of unity in a story of survival For a land that has experienced such suffering – under Saddam, then under the Americans, and then under attacks from the Isis cult – Robert Fisk finds that a profound dignity nevertheless remains On the road north of Amara, the storks have built their nests on top of the electricity pylons When we arrived in Baghdad next day, he waved his arms out of the car window across the baking expanse of the city The 2006 Israeli war with the Iranian-armed Hizbollah may have been the second
2019-05-15T21:17:07.898Z
A friend to Israel and anti-Semites: Viktor Orban’s ‘double game’ The Hungarian leader has both opposed and implicitly condoned anti-Semitism -- sometimes in the same week. Orban, a staunch nationalist, has sought to paint a more glorious picture and has concentrated on polishing the reputation of Horthy's interwar government, which kept Hungary largely independent of foreign influence but instigated some of the most egregious anti-Jewish laws outside Nazi Germany
2019-05-15T20:59:30.481Z
Oil firms on Middle East uncertainty, shrugs off U.S. crude build Oil futures inched up on Wednesday as the prospect of mounting tensions in the M... Oil prices have drawn support since Saudi Arabia said on Tuesday that armed drones struck two oil pumping stations, two days after the sabotage of oil tankers near the United Arab Emirates (Graphic: U.S. oil output, inventories - tmsnrt.rs/2WhrAut) Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
2019-05-15T20:28:39.836Z
White House snubs Christchurch call to stamp out online extremism The White House said it stands "with the international community in condemning terrorist and violent extremist content online" but won't sign document. In a statement, the White House said it stands with the international community in condemning terrorist and violent extremist content online, and support the goals of the Christchurch call to action The Washington Post Christchurch shooting Technology & democracy Facebook Jacinda Ardern Most Viewed in World Loading
2019-05-15T20:11:15.221Z