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US warns Israel against deepening business ties with China

WASHINGTON: The United States has warned Israel, a staunch ally in the Middle East, against deepening business ties with China, citing “security implications.” In its latest military budget bill, the Senate warned Israel not to allow China to run the port of Haifa, a long-time docking point for the US …

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US video not enough to blame Iran for tanker attacks: Germany

BERLIN: Video footage released by the US military to blame Iran for the recent attacks on two oil tankers in the Sea of Oman has been disputed even by Washington’s allies and Western analysts. Less than a day after the US Central Command (CENTCOM) released the video late Thursday purportedly …

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10,000 more troops to send to Middle East, Pentagon says

  The Pentagon on Thursday will present plans to the White House to send up to 10,000 more troops to the Middle East, in a move to beef up defenses against potential Iranian threats, US officials said Wednesday. The officials said no final decision had been made yet, and it …

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Yemen peace talks set for early December in Sweden: US

Washington (Web Desk) Peace talks aimed at ending the war in Yemen have been set for early December in Sweden, between Huthi rebels and the UN-recognised government, US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said on Wednesday. He said the Saudis and United Arab Emirates — who have militarily backed President Abedrabbo …

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White House working as Saudi prince’s PR firm: senator

WASHINGTON (Web Desk) Republican US Senator Bob Corker slammed Donald Trump’s statement of support for Saudi Arabia on Tuesday, saying the White House is effectively conducting public relations for Riyadh’s crown prince. Mohammed bin Salman has been accused of orchestrating the killing of dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi, but Trump vowed to …

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