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The Wall Street Journal on Wednesday fired its highly regarded chief foreign affairs correspondent after evidence emerged of his involvement in prospective commercial deals — including one involving arms sales … Click to Continue »
A Wall Street Journal reporter was fired Wednesday over potential business dealings with an Iranian-born arms dealer. The Washington Post reports Jay Solomon, chief foreign affairs correspondent for the Journal, had received Pulitzer consideration and was well-liked by the paper's editor in chief. His shocking termination springs from an AP...
The Wall Street Journal fired its chief foreign affairs correspondent, Jay Solomon, after an investigation by the Associated Press found that Solomon was involved in a prospective business deal with an arms dealer who was one of his journalism sources. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
ROME (AP) — Representatives of most of the armed groups in Central African Republic on Monday signed an agreement to honor an immediate cease-fire, after more than three years of sectarian conflict that have left thousands dead.
The world’s biggest exhibition companies — including U.S.-based giants AMC Entertainment and Regal Entertainment Group — are linking arms to raise the industry’s profile with regulatory agencies, and smooth differences between countries. Their...Show More Summary
Heavy fighting erupted Tuesday between armed groups in Central African Republic only hours after a peace deal was signed in Rome, aid officials said, while the United Nations warned that … Click to Continue »
The United States is having to deal with increasing hostility from multiple foreign nations. North Korea has frequently taken the spotlight in recent months, as they continue to conduct missile
Under the accord, armed groups will be given representation in the political arena in exchange for an end to attacks.
Hosts Rania Khalek and Kevin Gosztola discuss the rift between Saudi Arabia and Qatar and recent developments among the Gulf countries in the Middle East. They talk about the Saudi arms deal, which the Senate would have successfullyShow More Summary
ANALYSIS: Intel and Microsoft have been on something of an artificial intelligence (AI) investment binge of late, with the chip and software giants announcing a slew of deals this week via their respective VC arms — Intel Capital and Microsoft Ventures. Perhaps the most notable of these was Element AI, which raised a gargantuan $102 million […]
WASHINGTON ? Indiana is one of a handful of states with bipartisan representation in the U.S. Senate. Earlier this week, one of its senators voted for the first portion of President Donald Trump’s much-publicized arms deal with Saudi Arabia. It wasn’t the Republican. Freshman lawmaker Sen. Show More Summary
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Click here for reuse options! Five Democratic senators joined Republicans in narrowly voting to approve Trump’s arms deal Five Democratic senators joined hands with Republicans to push through the Trump administration’s sale of $510 million in precision-guided missiles to Saudi Arabia, in a narrow 53-47 vote. Show More Summary
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DOHA, June 15 (Reuters) - A $12 billion deal to buy U.S. F-15 fighter jets shows Qatar has deep-rooted support from Washington, a Qatari official said on Thursday, despite President Donald Trump's repeated accusations that Doha supports terrorism. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
Colombia's foreign minister says the implementation of last year's peace agreement with leftist rebels, ending one of the world's bloodiest and longest-running armed conflicts, "has been more difficult" than expected. … Click to Continue »
The signing of a $350 billion arms deal between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the US might not be enough to convince the Saudis to bring the Aramco IPO – expected to be the biggest public offering in markets history – to New York City. Show More Summary
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Click here for reuse options! The Vermont senator says we're long overdue. Donald Trump's $100 billion Saudi arms deal has turned out to be the "fakest news" of his first trip abroad as president. "I've spoken to contacts in the defense...Show More Summary