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In 2017, President Putin said, "Whoever becomes a leader in the I.T. field will be the ruler of the world." He was right to say so with satisfaction after Russia helped to elect Donald Trump
A shootout in front of a nightclub in Atlanta, Georgia is about to escalate in new protests in the United States at a time when the country is waiting for the final results of the presidential election, learned BulgarianMilitary.com
The head of the OSCE observation mission in the US presidential elections called the statements of the incumbent President Donald Trump about violations during the elections unfounded, learned BulgarianMilitary.com.
Joe Biden with a slim lead in Nevada that could give him enough electoral votes to win the White House
Election day in the United States is long over, but so far the final results in some key states for Democrats and Republicans remain unclear, learned BulgarianMilitary.com citing CNN and some local independent sources.
For many years, India could enjoy a strategic advantage over China: its industry is heavily dependent on supplies through the Gulf of Malacca between Indonesia and Malaysia, and India does not cost anything to block it.
Recall that the 46-year-old Floyd died on Monday after a white policeman threw him face down on the asphalt, sat on top, clasped his neck with his foot and held in this position for several minutes.
A news crew on CNN was arrested during a live broadcast from the US city of Minneapolis, whose residents are rebelling over the death of man George Floyd, who was killed by police officer.
Turkish pro-government commentators are fanning a debate about conspiracies to overturn the government in order to distract from internal problems and target the opposition, reports The National.
With 99 passengers and 8 crew, according to Reuters (or a total of 99 on board, according to Pakistani authorities), he flew from Lahore to Karachi airport, one of the busiest in the country.
Former US President Barack Obama sharply criticized the Trump administration’s response to the coronavirus crisis, calling it an “absolutely chaotic disaster,” CNN reports, learned BulgarianMilitary.com.
Over the past two days, two White House employees have passed a positive coronavirus test, reports The Hill. The publication writes that the tests were passed last Thursday and Friday.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the FBI have warned how Russia will allegedly try to intervene in the 2020 US election. This was reported by the Associated Press, citing an official document of departments.
Restrictive measures introduced in the United States paralyzed at least 29% of the economy. This is the assessment of the analytical unit of the international rating agency Moody’s, published by The Wall Street Journal.
Will Corona pause for war? So far, this can be heard as the only speculation about the spread of the pandemic in Middle East countries that has a positive connotation.
Oil prices have fallen. The reason was that negotiations between Russia and Saudi Arabia regarding a reduction in production were stalled, and the latter began to seriously increase production. If oil becomes cheaper, fuel and electricity prices should drop.
Hundreds of prisoners escaped from four prisons in the Brazilian state of São Paulo on Tuesday night, learned BulgarianMilitary.com citing local media report.
audi King Salman bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud’s brother and nephew Ahmad bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud and Muhammad bin Naif were detained on Friday on charges of treason
LONDON, (BM) - Protesters will mark the visit of US President Donald Trump to London in early December, when he attends the 2019 NATO Summit. On Tuesday 3 December 2019, the Queen will be hosting a reception for NATO leaders at Buckingham Palace and protesters from a wide range of campaigning organisations will be there to greet the delegation.!-->!-->!-->…
TEHRAN, (BM) - Iranian President Hassan Rouhani announced Tuesday his country would “resume uranium enrichment” at its nuclear facility in Fordow and begin injecting uranium gas into 1,044 centrifuges, Iranian media reported. “Resistance lays the ground for negotiation, and negotiation takes advantage of resistance,” Rouhani said in his!-->!-->!-->…
WASHINGTON, (BM) - The Senate Intelligence Committee concluded Thursday that election systems in all 50 states were targeted by Russia in 2016, an effort more far-reaching than previously acknowledged and one largely undetected by the states and federal officials at the time, learned BulgarianMilitary, quoting New York Times. But while the!-->!-->!-->…
BEIJING, (BM) - China said it would sanction U.S. firms that participate in arms sales to Taiwan, a retaliatory move that is expected to have minimal effect on defense companies but is likely to further complicate efforts to resolve the simmering trade dispute between Beijing and Washington, learned BulgarianMilitary.com, quoting AlJazeera. !-->!-->!-->…
WASHINGTON, (BM) - Sen. Kamala Harris labeled President Donald Trump a "predator" that she could take on due to her background as a prosecutor - a new line of attack against the president as the California Democrat is surging following her debate performance last week, learned BM, quoting US Today. While speaking in Iowa Wednesday, Harris!-->!-->!-->…
NEW DELHI, (BM) - An Air India passenger plane flying to the United States was escorted by British fighter jets to land in London on Thursday after a bomb threat, Reuters reported. Air India said flight AI 191 from Mumbai to Newark had made a precautionary landing at London Stansted Airport “due to bomb threat.” Britain scrambled Typhoon!-->!-->!-->!-->!-->…
TEL AVIV, (BM) - Israeli officials accused Russia of responsibility for the ongoing disruptions to the satellite navigation systems of airplanes flying around Ben Gurion International Airport, learned BulgarianMilitary.com, quoting The Times of Israel. The Russian embassy in Israel dismissed the allegations as “fake news” that they “couldn’t!-->!-->!-->…
TEHRAN, (BM) - Iran warned the United States against violation of its borders, with parliament speaker Ali Larijani threatening a stronger reaction, a week after Tehran shot down a U.S. drone, spiking tension between them, learned BulgarianMilitary.com, quoting Reuters. “The downing of their drone was a good experience for them to avoid any!-->!-->!-->…