US Defense Secretary Mark Esper admitted on Sunday that he did not see any specific intelligence that showed top Iranian general Qassem Suleimani planning ‘imminent attacks’ on multiple American embassies, contradicting President Donald Trump’s stated reason for ordering Martyr Suleimani’s killing. In a stunning admission, Esper said in a television interview that Trump merely believed ...
Who will be celebrating Oscar morning? Brad Pitt for sure. Jennifer Lopez almost certainly. And very possibly the Obamas, too. Nominations for the 92nd Academy Awards, which will begin at 8:18 a.m. ES ... Read more
Three months ago, Donald Trump suddenly withdrew American forces from northern Syria that were, in part, thwarting Iran’s efforts to dominate the country, declaring, Going into the Middle East is one ... Read more
With The Irishman expected to battle Once Upon a Time in … Hollywood and 1917 for best picture Oscar in February, all eyes are on the special effects team that made Martin Scorsese’s sprawling crime e ... Read more
The Trump administration tried Sunday to amplify voices of dissent in Iran by suggesting that the Islamic Republic is under internal threat after denying and then admitting it shot down a Ukrainian pa ... Read more
Central bank governor Riad Salameh is seeking extra powers to regulate and standardise controls that commercial banks are imposing on depositors to ensure fair relationships between banks and customer ... Read more
North London Collegiate School has been educating girls in the British capital since the days of Queen Victoria. These days, it's looking further afield -- to Singapore. And, as chance would have it, ... Read more
A 19-year-old man from Inyathi in Bubi District, Matabeleland North province allegedly fatally struck his father with an axe and his mother attempted to conceal the murder. Musawenkosi Ncube allegedly ... Read more