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Russia Denounces US Chemical Weapon Warning to Syria

A non-governmental source with close ties to the White House said the administration had received intelligence that the Syrians were mixing precursor chemicals for a possible sarin gas attack in either the east or south of the country, where government troops and their proxies have faced recent setbacks.



US Supreme Court upholds Trump's Muslim travel ban

Travelers check arrival and departure information on a signboard at the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, Monday, June 26, 2017, in Seattle. Despite claims to the contrary from the administration - the reality is that refugees are already subjected to the highest level of security screening, undergoing multiple background checks before they ever enter our country.


Seoul hopeful of North-South Korean Olympic team

Seoul hopeful of North-South Korean Olympic team

However, the plans to assassinate the North Korean leader were not picked up by President Moon Jae-in's administration after Park's impeachment , the daily reports . EARLY JUNE: Civic groups put up 15 requests for inter-Korea exchanges, including humanitarian aid. Please consider contributing to Eurasia Review, as we are truly independent and do not receive financial support from any institution, corporation or organization.


Neighbors describe Virginia Shooter James Hodgkinson as isolated, reckless

Neighbors describe Virginia Shooter James Hodgkinson as isolated, reckless

Steve Scalise , the Louisiana Republican wounded in the attack, Trump said: "America is praying for you, and America is praying for all of the victims of this awful shooting ". area to commit such a horrific act, KTVI in St. Louis reports. Hodgkinson had a history of minor legal troubles dating back to the 1990s with arrests for resisting police and drunk driving.



Gay couple sees hope in Supreme Court cake case

The two men from Colorado flew to MA to get married but then returned home to celebrate their vows with friends in Colorado. The landmark case was taken up on Monday - two years to the day after America's top court legalised same-sex marriage nationwide.


Senate leaders scramble to save health bill amid defections

Senate leaders scramble to save health bill amid defections

He's been aiming to win Senate passage this week, before a weeklong July 4 recess that leaders worry opponents will use to weaken support for the legislation. So by repealing the individual and employer mandates, which mandates people buy this health insurance that they can't afford, that they don't like, if you don't mandate that they're going to do this, then that many people won't do it.