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At the UN for his third address as US president, and despite rising calls in Congress for his impeachment, Trump lashed out at Iran but left the door open for compromise, reports Khaled Dawoud

Trump blamed Iran for unprecedented attacks on Saudi oil facilities, but said he was in “no rush” to go to war, reports Khaled Dawoud

Israel’s decision, upon pressure from Trump, to ban two Democratic congresswomen from visiting has turned US relations with its close ally into a bipartisan issue

After two tragic shootings in which 31 people were killed in Texas and Ohio, US President Donald Trump is facing charges that his rhetoric might have encouraged the crimes

For Trump, what opponents dub as “racist” attacks against four Congresswomen of colour is simply politics to boost his chances to win the 2020 presidential race

What many described as 'racist' tweets by Trump targeting four non-white, first-term Democratic congresswomen created this week furor across the US, reports Khaled Dawoud

The G20 Summit in Japan reduced fears for the future of the world economy following an agreement reached between the US and China. However, differences remain on protectionism and climate change

The dispute between the US and Turkey over the purchase of a Russian defence system is only the tip of the iceberg

As the US continues its military buildup in the Middle East to put pressure on Iran, President Donald Trump has raised eyebrows by extending an offer to negotiate with Tehran


One of the first ever Muslim members of Congress charges that a tweet by President Trump led to an increase in threats to her life

Bernie Sanders is prepping for another White House run, one that promises to be different from his 2016 presidential bid

The use of tear gas against migrant children and parents along the US border with Mexico raises the questions of just how far Donald Trump will go

Amid a wave of domestic violence, Trump has ramped up his divisive rhetoric in the hope of saving the Republicans from a mid-term elections defeat​

Congressional leaders from both parties say they don’t believe the Saudi story on Khashoggi’s death, with demands made of an arms sale ban and expulsion of the Saudi ambassador

While Republican Party senators insist a vote will be held this week to confirm US Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, the Democrats are still trying to block his appointment

US President Donald used his second speech at the United Nations General Assembly to praise his “achievements” in front of a sceptical audience

Hussein Abdel-Razek (1936-2018)

While the debate on impeaching US President Donald Trump has been heating up in Washington, the death of US senator John McCain has further deepened the divide over his future

Infuriated by attacks on his summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, US President Donald Trump has moved to silence his critics in authoritarian style

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