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Former Obama adviser Ben Rhodes clashed on Twitter over minimizing Israel-UAE peace deal

Ben Rhodes, a former national security adviser to President Barack Obama, received a wave of criticism Thursday after he tried to downplay a peace deal between Israel and the UAE. “This agreement envisions what has been the status quo that has been emerging in the region for a long time (including the complete exclusion of the Palestinians),” Rhodes tweeted. “Dressed …

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Russia offers aid for coronavirus vaccine, US refuses: report

Russia offered to help the US with the coronavirus vaccine, but the US refused, Russian officials told CNN On Thursday. Russian officials told the network that they proposed “unprecedented cooperation” with the U.S. Operation Speed, the initiative to develop a COVID-19 vaccine. But Russian officials said “the US is not open” to their help. “There is a general sense of …

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Peace deal for Israel and UAE is revenge for Trump: Goodwin

Now we are talking the Art of Deal! While it is not uncommon in political circles to describe something as a historic breakthrough, it is unusual when the term is justified. Yet that’s the right way to describe the tripartite deal announced Thursday by Trump White House, Israel and the UAE. Based on its immediate impact alone, you can even …

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UK adds France and Netherlands to quarantine list: Coronavirus live | tidings

The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Mexico and Peru rose to 500,000, with Lima reporting the highest death rates in Latin America. The UK said all arrivals from France and the Netherlands would be subject to a 14-day quarantine starting on Saturday, prompting Paris to warn of a “reciprocal measure”. The World Health Organization (WHO) said “people should not …

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The US confiscates Iranian fuel from four tanks, the official said

The Trump administration has successfully seized Iranian fuel from four sailing tankers in Venezuela, stepping up their “maximum pressure campaign” against Tehran, a senior US official confirmed to Fox News on Thursday evening. Iran and Venezuela have tried to overcome US sanctions imposed on both countries by forming an oil partnership. The confiscated carriage, first reported by the Wall Street …

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France sends forces to the eastern Mediterranean to defuse tensions between Greece and Turkey

Emmanuel Macron ordered French forces Thursday in the eastern Mediterranean, where tensions have risen between Greece and Turkey over disputed waters. Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis warmly welcomed the move, calling on Twitter that Macron was “a true friend of Greece and also an ardent defender of European values ​​and international law”. In this photo provided by the Greek National …

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As Britain rises from an economic pit, tough questions are asked

LONDON – To understand why Britain has entered the deepest recession of its modern history, go for a walk in central London, no longer a ghost town, but still a shadow of its once-immersed self. Tangled grocery stores open the shopping mall on Oxford Street. Theaters in the West End are dark, desolate office towers. Underground, the tube is a …

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White House warns of COVID-19 spread in Georgia

Georgia also needs to rebuild testing and contact tracking across the country, the report said, and infection testing and control measures need to be expanded to nursing homes and other long-term care institutions. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution received the recommendations of the White House Coronavirus Task Force for Georgia, Aug. 9, from a source. Dr Melanie Thompson, lead investigator for the …

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