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US and Chinese military leaders talk in a relationship dispute: NPR

Last month, Defense Secretary Mark Esper talked with the Chinese Foreign Minister amidst tensions between the two countries. Michael Reynolds/Associated Press Hide title Switch subtitles Michael Reynolds/Associated Press Last month, Defense Secretary Mark Esper talked with the Chinese Foreign Minister amidst tensions between the two countries. Michael Reynolds/Associated Press In the context of deteriorating US-China relations, US Secretary of Health …

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Trump will re-impose aluminum tariffs on Canada

More than a month after implementing the new US-Mexico-Canada Agreement aimed at lowering trade barriers across North America, President Trump imposed tariffs on some aluminum in Canada on Thursday. The White House stated that certain types of aluminum are pouring into the United States, thereby depressing American industry. The U.S. government uses national security clauses to justify tariffs and argues …

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The families of the victims claim that AG Barr promised to rule out the death penalty for the ISIS Beetle

Relatives of the victim told NBC News after a telephone conversation with Barr on Thursday that Attorney General William Barr has pledged to formally rule out the death penalty for two notorious Islamic State detainees to ensure that the British government can provide them with evidence . Barr’s decision broke the deadlock with the British government and seemed to clear …

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The United States imposes a 10% tariff on some aluminum in Canada

Image copyright Getty Images illustrate U.S. may impose tariffs on Canadian aluminum US President Donald Trump has imposed a 10% tariff on some Canadian aluminum products, saying that this is done to protect American industry. Canada and the United States reached an agreement last year to abolish steel and aluminum import tariffs imposed on “national security” reasons. The United States …

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Meme showing 6 global explosions a day is not entirely correct

turn off The Eiffel Tower turned off the lights at midnight on August 6 to show solidarity with people affected by the massive explosion in Beirut. Storytelling Claim: A total of six large-scale explosions have occurred in the last 24 hours On Tuesday, a large-scale explosion in the Lebanese capital Beirut killed at least 135 people and injured thousands. The …

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Trump advisers hesitated, proposed military options, and warned opponents that he might start a war

“We used to think that Kim Jong Un was unpredictable. Now we make Trump unpredictable.” Until 2018, President Trump served as the special representative for North Korea policy Joseph Yun told me. “I will convey it.” Yun recalled that when the stalemate with North Korea worsened in 2017, the Pentagon hesitated to provide the president with a wide range of …

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Biden’s vice president competitor Susan Rice’s past foreign consulting work raises questions

As the Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden narrowed the selection of his running mates, some have called for a deeper discussion of the competitor’s past work as a private consultant. Susan Rice is the former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations of President Barack Obama. He worked at the White House and the State Department during President Bill Clinton’s tenure. …

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