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  • US military intervention on the table for Venezuela

    A military intervention to oust Venezuelan strongman Nicolás Maduro remains “a very serious option” for the United States, according to President Trump’s national security team.

    Washington Examiner
  • Russia says US 'artificially provoked' crisis in Venezuela

    Russia's U.N. ambassador says the emergency U.N. Security Council meeting on Venezuela called by the United States is just "another episode of a tragedy with several acts in the attempt to change regime in Venezuela." Vassily Nebenzia said the United States "has artificially provoked a crisis in this country in order to overthrow a legitimately elected leader and replace him with their own pawn." Russia is a strong supporter of President Nicolás Maduro's government, while the United States and...

    WPLG
  • The Latest: Venezuela envoy says US aiming for invasion

    Venezuela’s U.N. ambassador says the country is threatened with war by the Trump administration, “and the ground is being laid for an invasion.”

    Washington Post
  • Why Iran just listed US military personnel as terrorists

    Responding to the Trump administration's decision to list the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps as a terrorist group, Iran on Tuesday officially listed U.S. military personnel in the Middle East as terrorists.

    Washington Examiner
  • US renews call on Russian personnel to leave Venezuela

    The Trump administration is renewing calls for Moscow to withdraw its military personnel from Venezuela, where they are helping prop up embattled President Nicolas Maduro. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told "Fox & Friends" on Friday that he's seen no signs the Russian personnel were leaving and that Moscow's involvement might "get worse before it gets better." The U.S. and several dozen other nations have recognized Venezuela's opposition leader as interim president, while Russia and China...

    WPLG
  • US renews call on Russian personnel to leave Venezuela

    WASHINGTON (AP) - The Trump administration is renewing calls for Moscow to withdraw its military personnel from Venezuela, where they are helping prop up embattled President Nicolas Maduro (nee-koh-LAHS' mah-DOO'-roh). Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told "Fox & Friends" on Friday that he's seen no signs the Russian personnel were

    The Washington Times
  • "Fort Trump": Is Poland Really Ready For A US Military Base?

    The Poles seem desperate to have a permanent US military base on their territory. They even promised to kick in two billion dollars and name it "Fort Trump" if the US agrees. The two countries are reportedly on the verge of making a deal. Does Warsaw really believe Russia is about to launch an invasion of Europe? For what purpose? RPI Director Daniel McAdams joins RT America to discuss "Fort Trump," the CIA lying to Trump on the Skripals, and the Mueller Report

    Zero Hedge