Tuesday, Nov 19
US threatens Egypt with sanctions
The United States has over the years provided billions of dollars in economic and military aid to Egypt, a long-time ally whose military operates the F-16 fighter jet.
YPG supporters attack Russian army vehicles
YPG terror supporters try to prevent movement of armored vehicles during Turkey, Russia joint patrols in Syria.
Trump considers testifying in impeachment inquiry
Donald Trump said he will strongly consider testifying before Congress in writing as part of the impeachment inquiry.
Israeli military neutralizes rockets launched from Syria
According to the statement, the rockets were neutralized by Israel's air defense system.
China urges US and UK to stop interfering in Hong Kong
China’s ambassador to London on Monday accused foreign countries including the United States and Britain of interfering in Chinese internal affairs.
7 Libyans killed in UAE’s drone attack
CLashes between Libya and the United Arab Emirates have leftover 1,000 people dead and around 5,500 wounded.
Ex Bolivian president says he is afraid of civil war
Evo Morales' statement came at a time when the death toll from the political unrest rose to at least 23.
US condemns Hong Kong violence
Hong Kong police use tear gas and rubber bullets in action to disperse the protesters.
Venezuelan opposition calls for new protests
Juan Guaido ruled out dialogue with the Maduro government.
Iraqi protesters block entrance to Basra port
According to the authorities, the blockage cost may have reached to $6 billion.
US postpones joint military drills with S. Korea
US Defense Chief stated that the decision was an act of goodwill toward North Korea.
Death toll rises to 23 in Bolivian protests
Security forces had opened fire on Morales’ supporters in the city of Sacaba in central Bolivia, killed eight people.
Russian authorities declare handing over Ukrainian naval ships
According to the Russian sources, three Ukrainian naval ships left Kerch Strait to be handed over under the two countries’ agreement.
Tens of thousands take to the streets in Georgia
Policeman killed in Iranian clashes
At least one person has been killed and other injured in the protests.
Agriculture reviving continues in Syria
After the removal of terrorist YPG/PKK threat, life is returning to normal in Syria’s Ras al-Ayn.
Hong Kong officer hit by arrow in violent protests
Nine civilians killed in Russian airstrike
Following the airstrikes, civil defense teams launched search and rescue efforts.
Tides cost Italy 1-billion-euro damage
With three tides above 140 cm this week, 2019 will be the worst year for high tides in Venice since 1872.
Khamenei backs fuel price hikes in Iran
Iran’s supreme leader called on the government to take every step possible to alleviate the people’s economic concerns.