Category archive

BreakingNews @en - page 6

Kushner ties to Russia questioned as Trump blasts media lies

BreakingNews @en di

Congressional Democrats on Sunday demanded to hear directly from top White House adviser Jared Kushner over allegations of proposed secret back-channel communications with Russia, saying the security clearance of President Donald Trump’s son-in-law may need to be revoked. Trump, having returned from a nine-day overseas trip, immediately railed against administration leaks, calling them “fabricated lies”, in a flurry of tweets. And his Homeland Security head defended the idea of establishing that kind of communication as a “smart thing” and said he didn’t see “any big issue here” for Kushner. But to the top Democrat on the House intelligence committee, it’s “obviously very concerning” that a key Trump campaign figure was possibly seeking secret communications with a country that intelligence experts say intervened in the 2016 election.


OIC Chief urges Islamic Ummah to help refugees, poor families.

BreakingNews @en di

The General Secretary of Organization for Islamic Cooperation, Al-Othaimeen, expressed greetings to Islamic Ummah in occasion of starting Ramadan. He has also mentioned humanitarian crises, which still affects islamic and muslims communities, remembering them how it is important to stay side by side in these difficult moments. In addition to this, he also recalled the intervention of Humanitarian Organizations, including also Member States of OIC, to help islamic people, specially families in poverty. He has also mentioned refugees and necessity of hosting them. Al-Othaimeen has also stressed the possibility of showing main values, which characterize Islam, during the Ramadan Month: tolerance, altruism, moderation, generosity and mutual coexistence. In conclusion, it is also remember for the second time it will start Social Media Photo Competition, which is open to all Muslims aged 18 above all member states of OIC and observer States.

Saudis receiving nuclear training in Argentina: enjoy

BreakingNews @en di

Saudis are being trained in Argentina to apply a new agreement regarding nuclear cooperation between Saudi Kingdom and Argentina. Agreement’s purpose is to develop usage of nuclear power to produce electricity and for this, they are going to exchange expertise in this matter in Buenos Aires. Saudi Kingdom is going to be ready for when it sets up its own nuclear power. By know, Argentina has been exporting some products such as frozen chicken, fruit, vegetables and corns, conversely Kingdom exports petrochemical products. Both of Saudi and Argentinian government decided to expand their economical relations in compliance with goals of Vision 2030.

Darmanovic: Russia’s involvement surprised us

BreakingNews @en di

Minister of Foreign Affairs Srdjan Darmanovic was surprised by the strong involvement of Russia in Montenegro’s internal affairs. It refers in particular to the support that, in his opinion, Russian intelligence has given to anti-NATO oppositions within Montenegro. He stressed that Montenegro’s involvement within NATO is not an aggressive assault against any country, including Russia: in fact, as he added, Podgorica keeps having strong commercial relations with Moscow and also economically under different profiles, such as the tourist one. He stressed that the Balkan area is heading towards NATO, with particular reference to Albania, and towards the European Union.

Three terrorists in Tamanrasset

BreakingNews @en di

on 27th may, Armed forces arrested three terrorists in Tamanrasset. During the operation, militaries sized a Kalashnikov, a semi-auto rifle Simonov and a lot of ammunitions. During another operation in the in the south of the Country, army discovered many weapons and ammunitions, a machinegun, two Kalashnikov, a rifle MAS-36, one grenade and a lot of ammunitions. The Defense ministry said that this operations, conducted near the borders, have the aim of protect Algeria and its borders. He then remembered that last week army killed dangerous terrorists, and sized many weapons, including mines, and eleven bunkers.


BCE sollicite, au Sommet G7, un "appui international exceptionnel" à la Tunise pour aller plus vite dans ses réformes

BreakingNews @en di

The president of Tunisia Essebsi said, on Saturday, to Taormina, in Italy, at the presence of the bigger economies of the world, that a major engagement from public and private subjective, promised during the conference “Tunisia 2020”, and an international support to Tunisia will improve the process of reforms that the Country started. He talked about the growth of the Tunisian economy during the first trimester, and Essebsi said that this is an encouraging signal. The President of the Republic then added that Tunisian people, particularly the youths, need of work, because they are impatient to wait. The aim of the reforms is to supply, to youths, the same chances of other youths in the richest countries. The aim of Tunisian develop program is to improve exportation of high level technologies, to improve the investments and the develop of technological enterprises.


Civilians Bear Brunt As Fresh Syria Strikes Kill 35, Says UN

BreakingNews @en di

A fresh wave of airstrikes in eastern Syria killed at least 35 civilians including women and children, state media and a monitoring group reported Friday, the U.N. human rights chief said civilians are increasingly paying the price of escalating attacks against the Islamic State group in the country. “The same civilians who are suffering indiscriminate shelling and summary executions by ISIL, are also falling victim to the escalating airstrikes, particularly in the northeastern governorates of” Raqqa and Deir el-Zour, al-Hussein said in a statement from Geneva, using another acronym for IS. “Unfortunately, scant attention is being paid by the outside world to the appalling predicament of the civilians trapped in these areas”. In the meantime, The U.S.-led coalition also announced on Friday that a U.S. service member has died in northern Syria. A statement said the serviceman died of injuries sustained “during a vehicle roll-over”. It was not immediately clear whether the incident was related to a combat situation. No further details were made available.

Kovac: NATO caused all Serbia’s major problems

BreakingNews @en di

According to numerous poll results, up to 80 percent of Serbs are against the country’s accession to NATO. Serbian Prime Minister and President-Elect Aleksandar Vucic, who is set to assume office on May 31, has recently said that becoming a member of the alliance would solve many of Serbia’s problems. However Serbia joining NATO would split the nation for decades. Vucic went on to say that Serbia should maintain its military neutrality instead of seeking to join any military bloc. Mitar Kovac, retired Major-General, said that “It is NATO which has caused Serbia’s major problems which the country is trying to cope with until now” and “In the countries which do not support the Alliance and which try to stand against it, NATO first launches the scenario of disintegration and then imposes its set of values” he concluded.

Pakistan reopens Afghanistan border crossing after deadly clash

BreakingNews @en di

Pakistan reopened a major border crossing with Afghanistan on Saturday, officials said, more than three weeks after several people were killed when troops from both sides exchanged fire for hours. The Chaman crossing into Afghanistan’s Kandahar province was reopened on “humanitarian grounds” after Afghan officials submitted a request, according to a statement by the Pakistani military. “It has been agreed upon by Pakistan authorities that [a] ceasefire shall continue to be maintained and no border violation will be acceptable”, the statement said, noting that Pakistani troops will maintain positions along the border. Zia Durani, police spokesman for Kandahar province, said the crossing had reopened after several days of negotiations.


Prime Minister Marković visits construction site of tourist complex Luštica Bay: Impressive tourist complex

BreakingNews @en di

Prime Minister Duško Marković visited the construction site of tourist complex Luštica Bay, Claiming to be very pleased with the progress that has been made so far. He also hopes that such projects can help to further boost the economic path undertaken by Montenegro. The Prime Minister underlined, speaking of the newly-named project, that the time of strategic policy decisions has come to an end, and that the time has come to consolidate the economy to strengthen the Country’s bases. This project will  re-evaluate the area of Luštica Bay which previously did not have a great turistic or commercial utility, and which now is about to become a very important pole in the country.

Vai a Inizio
× Contattaci!