For more than 12-hours, British Parliament was under attack by an unknown force. Cyber-attack carried out by Iran compromising around 90 email accounts
Britain leaving the European Union has been far from a smooth road. It is still unclear what exactly the terms are between the United Kingdom and the EU. Prime Minister Theresa May made a surprise visit to Brussels to talk negotiations with the EU. However, the chance of a no-deal outcome could see a strain on jobs as well as a tariff on EU goods. This talk hopes to break the standstill between the two parties before the European Council Summit this Thursday.
In Ms.Obama's speech, she talked about women who voted for Donald Trump. "Any woman who voted against Hillary Clinton voted against their own voice," she said according to CNN. "What does it mean for us as women that we look at those two candidates, as women, and many of us said, that guy, he's better for me, his voice is more true to me," Obama said.
During President Trump's first UNGA speech, he pushed his agenda of "America First." He spoke against Iran and declared the destruction of North Korea. Kim Jong-un responded directly to Trump’s speech, making the tension between both nations’ even worst.
President Donald Trump spoke at the 72nd United Nation General Assembly for the first time. In his speech, he criticized the Iran Deal and threatened North Korea. Some have applauded Trumps bold use of words while others are appalled. Nonetheless, his message echoed loud and clear: America comes first!
The United Arab Emirates made a $300,000 donation to the President of the United Nations General Assembly and a $100 Million To A Fund Inspired By Ivanka Trump.
The United Nations General Assembly began their 72nd session on September 12 with focus on peace and a better life for everyone.
Iranian spies are threatening journalists who do not portray Iran in a positive light. Family members have also been threatened by the Iranian spy network. Their tactic is to use blackmail and terror against western journalists.
United Arab Emirates Ambassador to the United States Hacked Emails Reveal Party Life Luxury trips, sex trafficking and drugs raise question on state of Women in the UAE The Intercept ran an investigation on the United Arab Emirates ambassador to the United States Yousef Al Otaiba. For years, he lived a double life entertaining high-end Washington leaders with alcohol, drugs and prostituted women. It was not until the two worlds collided in leaked emails that showed the ambassadors lavish lifestyle. Nevertheless, the question was raised on the worth of women in a country where powerful men can get away with almost anything. […]
After Last Sunday's launching yet another missile by North Korea, there is a chance of war on the horizon and we can only wait to see how everything unfolds. The Trump Administration has made new sanctions.