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Lower Open Likely For US Markets: Oil Down, Gold Steady A lower open is likely for the U.S markets Monday after the major stock indices showed a decline as investors turned focus to the U.S.-China trade talks and developments relating to global economic growth. The S&P and Nasdaq futures were also marginally down Gold prices steady Meanwhile, gold prices stood firm on Monday, as uncertainties over China -U.S Hong Kong's Hang Seng index was up 0.6 percent in the last hour of trade as Chinese tech giant Tencent gained 1.97 percent
Inside the final bloody battle to wipe ISIS off the face of the Earth with last terror stronghold predicted to fall within HOURS ISIS face being finally routed in Syria within hours as fighters supported by British and US special forces close in for the kill. The battle is on today to clear the village of Baghouz, where the … ISIS face being finally routed in Syria within hours as fighters supported by British and US special forces close in for the kill Reuters 5 Black plumes of smoke rise above the battle zone in and around the village of Baghouz 5 How times of changed.. We confirm there are no negotiations and no intention to have negotiations
Analysis | Power Up: #MeToo, Race and Politics: Virginia Democrats wrestle with zero tolerance ahead of 2020 Impeachment proceedings could start against Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci) At the White House SHUTDOWN II?: Bipartisan talks President Trump has repeatedly called a waste of time, are  surprise! at another impasse She was greeted with deafening applause before delivering a unifying message about music CNN (@CNN) February 11, 2019
Even in barrios once devoted to Hugo Chavez, murmurs of opposition grow in Venezuela The neighborhoods that found hope in former President Hugo Chavez and his socialistic agenda are increasingly joining to opposition movement demanding that Chavez's successor — Nicolas Maduro — step down. Whoever goes out to make violence will face justice Public transport is irregular at best; many lack cash to pay for plodding cabs and moto-taxis She fears her daughter, 18, might soon join the mass exodus of Venezuelans emigrating from the country I can’t afford to lose the one thing, my daughter, that I have in life
No consensus yet for Syria return: Arab League chief The Arab League said on Monday there was no consensus yet among member states th... I follow this subject very closely and I do not yet observe conclusions that lead to the consensus that we are talking about and that may lead to an (Arab) foreign ministers meeting in which they announce the end of the difference and therefore call for Syria to return to occupy the seat, he said Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
‘Freedom never tasted so good’: How Walter Jones helped rename French fries over the Iraq War The "Freedom fries” effort from Rep. Walter B. Jones Jr, who died Sunday, did not remain a small gesture for long in 2003, lighting a renewed anti-French sentiment that percolated throughout some circles of U.S. culture during the early stages of the Iraq War. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images) By Timothy Bella Timothy Bella Deputy editor for Morning Mix Email Bio Follow February 11 at 6:03 AM The gesture at the Longworth Building cafeteria was supposed to be strictly symbolic of one ally’s choice not to support America’s war in Iraq We’re going to change our french fries to ‘freedom fries’ in support of our president, also our troops I wish it had never happened, Jones said to local media in 2005, according to the Guardian
Jared Kushner will try to sell Middle East peace plan to U.S. allies amid skepticism, scant details President Trump has dubbed the peace plan the “Deal of the Century.” But its rollout has been delayed and its contents are already controversial. President Donald Trump waded into thorny Middle East politics while at the UN on Wednesday, endorsing the two-state solution to bring an end the decades-long conflict between Israel and the Palestinians That means they have to start building support from European and other Arab leaders now, he said
A Comic Novel About the George W. Bush No One Knows Thomas Mallon’s “Landfall” imagines the goings-on inside the Bush White House. He’s fluent geopolitically, historically, philosophically And its unconventionality in that sense makes it more interesting than if its take were standard leftish bien-pensant 16, 2015 Expletives Deleted March 2, 2012 The First Lady Aug. 29, 2008 Advertisement
Britain sends HMS Queen Elizabeth aircraft carrier to China's backyard as Defence Secretary warns we may use ‘lethality’ to combat China and Russia BRITAIN will send its flagship HMS Queen Elizabeth to the South China Sea as the Defence Secretary warns “lethality” may be used to counter China and Russia. The Royal Navy’s aircraft carrier will … But Labour’s Shadow Defence Secretary Nia Griffth said last night: The Conservatives have slashed the defence budget by over £9 billion in real terms since 2010 and they are cutting armed forces numbers year after year Email us at or call 0207 782 4368
World War 3: How Vladimir Putin was 'shown he could VIOLATE international law' VLADIMIR Putin was "shown" he could violate international law by former US President Barack Obama, who "inadvertently created a permissive environment" for other countries to behave in the same belligerent way as Russia, a documentary claims. Putin was shown he could violate international law by former US President Barack Obama (Image: GETTY) Mike Pompeo delivered a speech in Cairo, outlining the Trump administration’s Middle East policy (Image: GETTY) In 2017 documentary Is America in Retreat, Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Bret Stephens noted how Mr Obama inadvertently sparked a state of global crisis with his apparent reluctance to involve the US in global affairs
With Mideast meeting, Poland woos Trump but risks other ties WARSAW, Poland (AP) — The Polish government has joined forces with the United States to co-host an international conference on the Middle East, hoping to strengthen its ties with Washington as its seeks greater protection from Russia. But other longstanding relationships are being tested. Iran's government, which views the conference as a hostile act, warns that there will be consequences for Poland. Some political observers also fear the Polish government is risking greater isolation in Europe by aligning itself with Washington on an issue where the key European powers strongly oppose U.S. President Donald Trump's policies. He added: I hope that this will translate into an increase in trust between our countries, as well as a stronger involvement of the United States in Poland But so far that hasn’t happened, in part because Poland’s standing has suffered over rule-of-law issues, and also because Donald Trump’s confrontational approach made it even more difficult for European leaders to accept
Four decades after its revolution, Iran is still stuck in the past The mullahs have brought mostly misery to a country that could be doing far better The war changed the IRGC, which now commands more than 100,000 troops and oversees the baseej , a thuggish militia of perhaps one million volunteer vigilantes The revolution of 1979 has brought mostly misery, but another one is probably not in the offing
Soldier, 51, killed when his 'insane death trap' Jackal overturned Sergeant John 'Jock' McKelvie was killed after an accident in Catterick, North Yorkshire, where he was training in the Jackal armoured vehicle, the design of which one expert slammed as 'insane'. A spokesperson for the Scottish and North Irish Yeomanry said his service with their unit established him as 'a giant of a man' Cover containing yellow hand-held GPS device that will pinpoint the Jackal's location in a sandstorm, enabling ground support to be summoned
Qatar-French dialogue to address broad regional issues: ministers Qatar and France have agreed to launch a strategic dialogue initiative to addres... The dialogue will address the wars in Libya and Syria, regional tension with Iran, and the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, they told a news conference in Doha It will also address Qatar’s dispute with other Arab countries Our Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles
From Dublin to Daesh: Irish Isis suspect says he wanted to help Muslims, others call him a terrorist In northern Syria, Richard Hall speaks to an Irish citizen who claims to have ended up in Isis territory by mistake By early 2018, the once mighty caliphate was reduced to a string of towns and villages along the Euphrates river, in Deir ez-Zor If you think I’m a bad person, it doesn’t mean you have to throw me in the sea I came here to help Muslim people, but I made mistakes and ended up in this situation
‘We are like the living dead’: Citizens of Mosul in despair 1.5 years after liberation from ISIS Chaos and misery – that’s what life in Mosul is like more than 1.5 years after Iraqi forces and the US-led coalition staged one of the deadliest battles in decades to liberate the city from Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS). We have a cemetery over there, but here it’s a cemetery for the living Pot holes are everywhere, there are still corpses everywhere and if anyone brings humanitarian aid here, the local officials just steal it, they are all corrupt, a Mosul resident told RT Meanwhile, nearly 2 million Iraqis remain displaced, according to UN estimates
What happened to prisoners at Bagram, 'Afghanistan’s Guantanamo'? Some were deported, others feel safer in Afghan jail than home and little is known about a US-accused Egyptian prisoner. From the onset, the war-on-terror ideology freed the American government from the rule of law I worry that nearly two decades after 9/11, the US military continues to compromise its obligations under the Geneva Conventions to treat detainees humanely for the sake of expediency - and perhaps because they think no one is paying attention to these forgotten men
Moon expect US-NK summit to advance inter-Korean relations Moon stressed the upcoming summit scheduled for Feb. 27 and 28 in the Vietnamese capital will mark a turning point in advancing complete denuclearization of the peninsula, establishing new relations between Washington and Pyongyang and pushing peace forward both substantially and visibly
Top U.S. Defense Official Visits Afghanistan in Show of Support for Government Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan was scheduled to meet U.S. officials and Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, whose government has been excluded from the latest effort to reach a negotiated settlement of the conflict.