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Tillerson Criticizes Some U.S. Allies For Violations Of Citizens’ Religious Freedom

U.S. allies including Saudi Arabia and Bahrain did not uphold principles of religious freedom in 2016, while Islamic State has carried out “genocide” against religious minorities, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said on Tuesday, Reuters reported. Tillerson made the comments at the State Department while introducing the agency’s annual report on religious freedom, required by a 1998 act of Congress. ...

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Former Chief Of Staff Will Launch New Political Party to Reverse Brexit

Former chief of staff for Brexit Secretary David Davis, plans to launch a new political party aimed at reversing Brexit with no second referendum, according to The Independent. Hours after carrying out a social media tirade against Davis — saying he witnessed his boss being “drunk, bullying and inappropriate”— James Chapman unveiled the foundation of the Democrats party, the report ...

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Former Chief Of Staff Will Launch New Political Party to Reverse Brexit

Former chief of staff for Brexit Secretary David Davis, plans to launch a new political party aimed at reversing Brexit with no second referendum, according to The Independent. Hours after carrying out a social media tirade against Davis — saying he witnessed his boss being “drunk, bullying and inappropriate”— James Chapman unveiled the foundation of the Democrats party, the report ...

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Analyst Say Asia Would Benefit The Most From US Sanctions On Venezuela’s Oil Sector

According to traders and analysts, Asia would benefit the most by United States sanctions on Venezuela’s oil sector because exports would be redirected to the region, Reuters reported. Washington is considering placing sanctions on Venezuela’s oil industry in retaliation to the ruling Socialist Party’s crackdown on officials and parties against the government, the report said. A potential embargo against the ...

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Analyst Say Asia Would Benefit The Most From US Sanctions On Venezuela’s Oil Sector

According to traders and analysts, Asia would benefit the most by United States sanctions on Venezuela’s oil sector because exports would be redirected to the region, Reuters reported. Washington is considering placing sanctions on Venezuela’s oil industry in retaliation to the ruling Socialist Party’s crackdown on officials and parties against the government, the report said. A potential embargo against the ...

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Hundreds Feared Dead Following Sierra Leone Mudslides

The death toll following massive mudslides in west Africa’s Sierra Leone’s capitol continues to rise as more bodies have washed ashore and workers search for victims buried in their homes unable to flee, The Associated Press reported Tuesday. The Red Cross estimated 600 people were still missing, the report said, with 300 people killed following heavy rains in and around ...

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