News Roundup 7/23/18

by | Jul 23, 2018

News Roundup 7/23/18

by | Jul 23, 2018

  • Trump invited Putin to the White House. [Link]
  • Spain’s Supreme Court withdraws its European Arrest Warrant for the Catalan separatist leaders. [Link]
  • German leader Merkel said US/Russia talks should be normal. [Link]
  • Sam Husseini tells his story of being removed from the Trump/Putin summit. [Link]
  • Russia urges the UN to reexamine the sanctions against North Korea. [Link]
  • The US launches a campaign to undermine the Iranian government. [Link]
  • Trump threatens Iran in an all caps Tweet. [Link]
  • Moon of Alabama explains how Israel passed an apartheid law. [Link]
  • Israel attacks a Syrian military position. [Link]
  • The US makes plans to evacuate White Helmets from Syria. [Link]
  • Israeli forces evacuate 400 White Helmets from Syria. [Link]
  • France delivers medical aid to Assad controlled Syria. [Link]

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