North Korea continues missile testing: Continuing its strong demonstration of weapons, North Korea fired two missiles into the East Sea yesterday, a move that is considered to be a response to the US-South Korea joint military exercises.
This is the fourth set of missiles fired by North Korea in the last 12 days. According to a statement issued by a North Korean foreign ministry spokesperson, “Pyongyang will be compelled to seek a new road as we have already indicated, if South Korea and the US continue with hostile military moves.”
North Korea’s move comes despite the June 30th meeting between the country’s leader Kim and his United States counterpart, Donald Trump, where the duo had decided to scale down on military exercises.
Mass Shootings and white extremism: The United States, in its attempt to tone down the widespread Islamophobia in the aftermath of the twin tower attacks, have completely neglected the threats developing from the Right-wing extremist groups. This has led to an unprecedented increase in hate crimes and mass shootings in recent years. US authorities are investigating the recent shootings that took place in El Paso Walmart, Texas, carried out by a white suspect and followed by another string of shootings at Ohio. According to reports, the crime was aimed at the Hispanic invasion of Texas.
Extremism by whites have been plaguing the American society. The US have made considerable efforts to put constrains on international terrorism while they neglected domestic terrorism brimming on their very soil and the administration needs to take strict action against it.
DEADLY MASS SHOOTINGS: We have full coverage of the back-to-back deadly mass shootings in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio that killed at least 29 people between the two.MORE on El Paso: https://abcn.ws/2Kn8QoNMORE on Dayton: https://abcn.ws/2yAPjf3
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The Constitutional Declaration signed by Sudan Military: After 30 years of democratic suspension under President Omar al- Bashir, the main opposition coalition Forces of Freedom and Change (FFC) will elect its first democratic prime minister here on August 20. The ceremony attended by African Union and Ethiopian mediator at a ceremony here on Sunday, signed a declaration regarding the formation of a transitional civilian government and an interim parliament for 3 years.
The Sudanese civilians struggle over suspension of democracy and spiking costs assisted with removal of bread and fuel subsidies dates back to the year 2018. The protest led by a collaboration of ‘doctors, health workers and lawyers’, the Sudanese Professionals Association (SPA).
The ruling council will meet three months prior to the appointment of legislative assembly, the cabinet will be named on August 28. The ruling council will first meet on September 1.
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Recent sanctions passed in Venezuela: The Trump administration has frozen all the Venezuelan government assets in United States, further expanding the existing sanctions, according to a recent executive order from Washington. The decision comes in light of the American’s government claims of usurpation of power and human right abuses by socialist leader Nicolas Maduro. In their bid to remove Maduro from the Venezuelan leadership, Trump government had started imposing sanctions from January 28th this year weakening the economy of the country.
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Since the political crises in Venezuela starting last year after the presidential election, American government has severely opposed Nicolas Maduro’s rise to power. In turn, United States and many other countries backed the opposition leader Juan Guaido as the legitimate president of Venezuela, pushing the country to the brink of a civil war.
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