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Kamala Harris quits 2020 presidential race

Kamala Harris drops out of 2020 presidential race

Kamala Harris drops out of 2020 presidential race Kamala Harris, the first Indian American woman to run for the White House, has quit the race. Harris cited lack of financial resources as the reason behind the move. In an unexpected announcement, Indian-origin Senator dropped out of the 2020 presidential race. Harris said that she does not have adequate financial resources to continue with the campaign.

Trump slaps metal tariffs on Brazil and Argentina

In March 2018, President Trump, for the first time, announced metal tariffs against Brazil and Argentine.

In March 2018, President Trump, for the first time, announced metal tariffs against Brazil and Argentine. On Monday, President of United States of America Donald Trump ambushed Brazil and Argentina. He announced a tariffs hike on US steel and aluminum imports from the two countries. The skyrocketing tariff hike shocked South American officials and left them scrambling for answers. President Trump

Trump’s surprise visit to Afghanistan voices hope for ceasefire

President Donald Trump made a surprise Thanksgiving visit to U.S. troops in Afghanistan on Thursday.

President Donald Trump made a surprise Thanksgiving visit to U.S. troops in Afghanistan on Thursday. On Thursday, President Donald Trump made a surprise Thanksgiving visit to U.S. troops in Afghanistan. He mentioned about Taliban saying that he believed Taliban insurgents would agree to a ceasefire in America’s longest war. This is Trump’s first visit to Afghanistan since becoming president in 2016. Interestingly,

Trump signs bill backing Hong Kong protestors

Despite China’s stern opposition, US President Donald Trump signs bill supporting pro-democracy protestors in Hong Kong.

Despite China’s stern opposition, US President Donald Trump signs bill supporting pro-democracy protestors in Hong Kong. On Wednesday, the US President Donald Trump signed a bill in support of the pro-democracy protestors in Hong Kong. However, China issues stern warnings saying that it would retaliate with "countermeasures" if the legislation became law. China also mentions that President Trump’s approval will consider

Bolivia’s Morales resigns over disputed re-election

Evo Morales resigns as Bolivian President

Evo Morales resigns as Bolivian President Evo Morales, Bolivian president, resigns after the military called on him to step down. His allies deserted him following weeks of protests over a disputed election. President Morales announced on Sunday that he would resign after the military called on him to step down. Sadly, Morales allies deserted him following weeks of protests over a disputed election that

National Strike against austerity measures paralyzes Equador

Austerity measures spark protest in Equador

Austerity measures spark protest in Equador Protestors in Equador have clashed with police personnel and demanded a repeal of the austerity measures. The austerity measures were introduced to stabilize the country’s economy Defiant protestors in Equador continued to demonstrate against President Lenin Moreno’s decision to introduce austerity measures. On the other hand, President Moreno has stated that the measures are necessary to fix the country’s

Brazil refuses to accept aid from G7 countries

No respite in sight as Brazil rejects aid for Amazon wildfires

No respite in sight as Brazil rejects aid for Amazon wildfires Brazil has rejected $20 million aid offer from G7 countries to fight the Amazon wildfires. This comes amid criticism against President Jair Bolsonaro’s weak environmental policies. https://www.euronews.com/2019/08/27/thanks-but-no-thanks-brazil-rejects-amazon-wildfire-cash Brazil has refused to accept $20 million aid offered from G7 countries to help fight the devastating wildfires in the Amazon region. Onyx Lorenzoni,

Amazon wildfires are an “international crisis”, says Macron ahead of G7

Macron urges world leaders to discuss Amazon wildfire at G7 summit

Macron urges world leaders to discuss Amazon wildfire at G7 summit France’s President Emmanuel Macron has called the Amazon wildfires an “international crisis” and enjoined world leaders to discuss the issue at the G7 summit. Ahead of the much-anticipated G7 summit, France’s President Emmanuel Macron responded to the Amazon wildfire crisis and said that “our houses are burning”. “The Amazon rain forest

Amazon rainforest wildfires plunges Sao Paolo into sudden darkness

Amazon rainforest wildfires blankets Sao Paolo

Amazon rainforest wildfires blankets Sao Paolo Thick black clouds from the Amazon wildfires stayed over Sao Paolo, fuelling concerns regarding the environmental disaster. Smoke from the wildfires in Amazon region plunged Sao Paolo into darkness on Monday. Brazil’s National Institute of Meteorology, Inmet, stated that the phenomenon transpired due to humid air, heavy clouds, and several other factors. Winds brought the particulate matter from the wildfires

‘I don’t see a recession’: Donald Trump on economic crisis

Trump dismisses recession fears

Trump dismisses recession fears US President Donald Trump has rebuffed claims that the country is facing recession, even as economists have warned of a looming economic crisis. US President Donald Trump said on Sunday that there is no danger of recession and the US “is doing tremendously well”. “Our consumers are tremendously rich. They’re loaded up with money. Walmart is through the roof. We’re not going

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