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By Memphis Morning News Reporter On 20 Jul, 2019 At 07:45 AM | Categorized As Latest News | With No Comments

Brussels, July 19, 2019: Ahead of Imran Khan, Prime Minister of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan and his delegation’s visit to the United States of America on 22nd July, Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) sent a letter to President Trump requesting his intervention in the deteriorating situation in the Pakistani province of Baluchistan. Sixteen, […]


By Memphis Morning News Reporter On 19 Jul, 2019 At 10:56 AM | Categorized As Latest News | With No Comments

Sadio Mane’s Senegal and an Algeria side captained by Riyad Mahrez will attempt to secure their place in Africa Cup of Nations history in Friday’s final in Cairo. Senegal, the 2002 runners-up, are desperate to end a long wait for a first continental title, while Algeria are looking to add to the trophy they lifted […]


By Memphis Morning News Reporter On 19 Jul, 2019 At 10:09 AM | Categorized As Latest News | With No Comments

It’s not hard to find schnitzel, a quintessential German dish of breaded cutlets, in Huntsville Alabama, the heart of America’s Deep South. Every fall, the local military base hosts an Oktoberfest. On Thursdays, the space museum organizes a Biergarten. And on Tuesday evening, at a dinner celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission […]


By Memphis Morning News Reporter On 19 Jul, 2019 At 09:59 AM | Categorized As Latest News | With No Comments

The World Food Program has reached an agreement in principle with Yemen’s Huthi rebels to resume food aid to areas they control, the agency’s chief said on Thursday. Malnutrition is widespread in Yemen after four years of civil war, but the UN suspended deliveries of food aid to rebel-held areas of the country last month […]


By Memphis Morning News Reporter On 19 Jul, 2019 At 08:31 AM | Categorized As Latest News | With No Comments

A number of European tourists arrived in archeological city of Tadmour (Palmyra) where they visited its National Museum , the Temple of Bell , the street of columns, the Historical Theater and many other archaeological landmarks . The tourists also documented by photos acts of sabotage and destruction which had been caused to historical monuments […]


By Memphis Morning News Reporter On 19 Jul, 2019 At 07:54 AM | Categorized As Latest News | With No Comments

State lawyers on Thursday voiced their objection in the Court of Appeals (CA) over the deliberate flaunting of pre-set court rules by the National Union of People’s Lawyers (NUPL) in connection with the latter’s petition for amparo suit against the government. The CA terminated its hearings Thursday and magistrates announced that it considers the case […]


By Memphis Morning News Reporter On 19 Jul, 2019 At 07:36 AM | Categorized As Latest News | With No Comments

For Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) public affairs office chief Col. Noel Detoyato, President Rodrigo R. Duterte’s frequent visit to military camps and taking time to talk with troops and their families is one of his most significant contributions to the security sector. This is aside from supporting the ongoing modernization of the AFP […]


By Memphis Morning News Reporter On 19 Jul, 2019 At 07:17 AM | Categorized As Latest News | With No Comments

US and Taiwan International Religious Ambassador Brown Baker and Buying. Da Li held bilateral talks. The two sides talked about Taiwan’s human rights values, religious freedom, and meaningful participation and contribution in the international community. Taiwan’s religious freedom is an indispensable role. The US State Department held the second “Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom” in […]


By Memphis Morning News Reporter On 19 Jul, 2019 At 06:53 AM | Categorized As Latest News | With No Comments

Turkey purchased S-400 anti-aircraft missile system from Russia. The United States announced on the 17th that it would exclude Ankara from participating in the F-35 stealth fighter development program. US President Trump said on the 18th that he has not considered sanctions against Turkey for this procurement case. Turkish media reported that Trump was asked […]


By Memphis Morning News Reporter On 18 Jul, 2019 At 09:34 PM | Categorized As Latest News | With No Comments

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau launched the Canada-EU summit Wednesday by praising the “progress” resulting from CETA, their free trade deal, while European Council president Donald Tusk called Ottawa the bloc’s “closest transatlantic partner.” Their mutual praise contrasted with the strained ties between Europe and the United States under President Donald Trump and his protectionist […]