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'19Jan
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This Day in History — January 29

Today is the 29th day of 2019. There are 336 days left in the year.TODAY’S HIGHLIGHT1845: Edgar Allan Poe’s famous narrative poem The Raven (“Once upon a midnight dreary, while I pondered, weak and weary...”) is...
'19Jan
29

Maduro rival says taking control of Venezuela's foreign assets

CARACAS, Venezuela (AFP) — Venezuela's self-proclaimed acting president Juan Guaido said yesterday he was taking control of the country's foreign assets as he piled pressure on leader Nicolas Maduro by calling for...
'19Jan
29

The Liberty Times Editorial: Boycotting Chinese tech products

China’s Huawei Technologies Co has become the focus of an international controversy. Following the arrest of Huawei chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou (孟晚舟) in Canada, Poland-based sales director Wang Weijing (...
'19Jan
28

Trump hits Venezuela’s Nicolas Maduro in pocketbook

The Trump administration slapped new sanctions Monday against Venezuelan’s state-owned oil company in its latest effort to push out President Nicolás Maduro and install new leadership under National Assembly chief...
'19Jan
28

Risch won’t publicly hammer Trump with foreign relations committee gavel

New Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chair Jim Risch won’t publicly bash President Donald Trump the way predecessor Bob Corker publicly, famously did over disagreements on international policy.It’s not the low-...
'19Jan
28

OPINION: It’s Time To Stop Ignoring Martin Luther King’s Support Of Israel

Since his assassination on April 4, 1968, people have attempted to invoke the name and authority of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. for many causes of justice, and often they fall short.The latest such...
'19Jan
28

U.S. Officials Says Mideast Conference In Warsaw Not Against Iran

Senior U.S. officials say an international conference on the Middle East in Warsaw next month will not have an anti-Iran agenda. "This is not an anti-Iran meeting or coalition-building exercise," a senior U.S....
'19Jan
28

Bashir Seeks Support Abroad as Protests Heat Up

NAIROBI — As protests against Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir continue, the embattled leader has made visits to Qatar and Egypt in what analysts say is an effort to get diplomatic support to bolster his...
'19Jan
28

Jordan won’t control al-Tanf base after US withdraws from Syria: FM

Speaking in an exclusive interview with Russia’s Sputnik news agency, Safadi said that al-Tanf base lies outside the Jordanian territory, dismissing speculations that the facility would be handed over to Jordan....
'19Jan
28

Zimbabwe: Rape, Brutality As Soldiers Crash Protests

Photo: ISS ... The violent clampdown on protesters by soldiers and the police has left deep scars and trauma on children and women...

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