US to withdraw from Paris climate accord

In international climate discussions, we will continue to offer a realistic and pragmatic model backed by a record of real world results showing innovation and open markets lead to greater prosperity, fewer emissions, and more secure sources of energy. Continue Reading

ISIS chief died like a dog and coward: Trump

Speaking at the White House, Trump said the ISIS leader spent his last moments “whimpering and crying and screaming” in a dead-end tunnel before he blew himself up, killing also his three children. Trump said the US Special Operations forces conducted the “daring and dangerous nighttime raid” and “accomplished their mission in grand style.” Continue Reading

Democrats support Trump impeachment

‘I don’t really think this impeachment process is going to take very long because as a former prosecutor I know a confession when I see it and he did it in plain sight. He has given us the evidence and he tried to cover it up putting it up in that special server and there’s been a clear consciousness of guilt,’ said Kamala Harris. Continue Reading

UN asks turkey to return to diplomacy

France, Germany, Britain, Belgium and Poland were forced to deliver their statement alone, while the United States issued a separate statement asserting that it did not endorse the Turkish operation. According to diplomats, Russia was the biggest obstacle to a united front from the whole Security Council Continue Reading

Editorial: Good sign

In a welcome announcement, US President Donald Trump has said that he wants to bring back American forces engaged in the endless wars, emphasising that it was one of the promises he made during his 2016 Presidential campaign. “We want to bring our troops back home. It’s been many many years. It’s been decades, in many cases. We want to bring our troops back home. I got elected on that. If you go back and look at our speeches, I would say we want to bring our troops back home from these endless wars, Continue Reading

Japan-US sign trade agreements

The US and Japan have signed trade agreements on agriculture and digital exports, which American President Donald Trump termed a “tremendous victory” and said will help create jobs, expand investment, promote fairness and reduce trade deficit between the two countries. Continue Reading