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  • Photo of Disbelief of Trump: who wants a piece of the TikTok pie

    Disbelief of Trump: who wants a piece of the TikTok pie

    (ORDO NEWS) — Donald Trump’s astonishing demand that part of the Microsoft-TikTok transaction be paid into state coffers has sparked strong criticism and questions even among the president’s advisers. What to think about it, are there any precedents? “I don’t know,” Larry Kudlow, the president’s economic adviser, interviewed on Fox Business on Tuesday repeatedly replied. After declaring that he was banning TikTok, a social network that belongs to the Chinese…

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  • Photo of Six places where World War III could start

    Six places where World War III could start

    (ORDO NEWS) — The theme of World War III has been worrying mankind for quite a long time. After Iranian Major General Qassem Soleimani died in January due to an air strike, and then the coronavirus began to spread around the world, the problem became urgent again. At the moment, there are several places where the Third World War may begin. US-Iran In early January of this year, Donald Trump…

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  • Photo of 40 years ago, the Shah of Iran died in exile in Cairo

    40 years ago, the Shah of Iran died in exile in Cairo

    (ORDO NEWS) — On July 27, 1980, the Shah of Iran died in Cairo, struck down by cancer of the lymphatic system. Egyptian President Sadat, his last ally, offers a majestic funeral to the former monarch ousted by the Islamic Revolution. Venerated then cursed by his people, instrumentalized then released by the Americans, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi had to flee from Tehran seventeen months earlier, after 37 years of a reign…

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  • Photo of China and US – On a confrontation course

    China and US – On a confrontation course

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — China’s leadership had no choice but to appear resilient: with the settlement of the US consulate in Chengdu in western China on Friday , it responded to the Chinese agency’s closure in Houston, Texas, ordered in the middle of the week. The decisions prove once again that relations between the United States and the People’s Republic of China are worse than ever before. But there…

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  • Photo of Anthony Fauci praises Donald Trump

    Anthony Fauci praises Donald Trump

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — US health expert Anthony Fauci has expressed a positive response to President Donald Trump’s recent measures in the corona crisis. Trump’s cancellation of the Republican party convention in Florida in late August was a good decision, the director of the National Institute for Infectious Diseases told Fox News. Fauci also welcomed the fact that Trump now advises to wear a protective mask and shows himself…

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  • Photo of Hagia Sophia: mass rush at first Friday prayer

    Hagia Sophia: mass rush at first Friday prayer

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Despite international criticism, tens of thousands have taken part in the celebrations for the reopening of Hagia Sophia as a mosque in Istanbul. The most prominent visitor to the first Friday prayer was President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. The head of state spoke some verses of the Koran at the beginning of the museum. He later put the number of believers inside and outside at 350,000.…

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  • Photo of Star War: how space is becoming a new arena for confrontation between Russia and US

    Star War: how space is becoming a new arena for confrontation between Russia and US

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Reports of how Russian military aircraft are dangerously close to American ones, strategic missile carriers are moving towards America, and Russian warships are in the area of ​​important NATO communications hubs, have long been no surprise. All this has become a symbol of the confrontation between Russia and the United States, which is reaching new heights. In the literal sense of the word. US space…

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  • Photo of Google explains why Palestine disappeared from their maps

    Google explains why Palestine disappeared from their maps

    (ORDO NEWS) — Google explained that Palestine is not on the company’s map because of the desire to objectively display the disputed areas. “We remain neutral with regard to geopolitical disputes and are working hard to objectively display disputed areas on our maps using the dashed gray border line,” Google said. The company clarified that it is using information from cartographic organizations and sources to make a decision on the…

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  • Photo of What is OPEC and Russia increase oil production?

    What is OPEC and Russia increase oil production?

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — On Wednesday, July 15, the OPEC + Ministerial Monitoring Committee will hold a virtual meeting to assess current oil production and make recommendations regarding future production volumes. Currently, the OPEC + plan boils down to slightly relaxing restrictions and increasing total production by 2 million barrels per day, starting in August. The OPEC + countries agreed on this gradual increase in production back in April,…

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  • Photo of The dollar fell victim to a pandemic

    The dollar fell victim to a pandemic

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — When the “coronacrisis” had just begun, the euro rushed down – out of fear that a pandemic could lead to another existential crisis of the monetary union. However, now the single currency is gaining momentum, while the US dollar is losing value. Experts do believe that the euro claims to become a “safe haven.” Eurosceptics, perhaps, could not have come up with a better reason…

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  • Photo of Hollywood embraced by “anti-white racism”

    Hollywood embraced by “anti-white racism”

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — It seems that “anti-white racism” is gaining momentum in Hollywood. White actors, screenwriters, directors and producers fear that they will remain out of work. The bosses of the film studios amid the mass protests of Black Lives Matter make it clear that only minorities, ethnic and sexual, will get the job, writes the Daily Mail. Shops and movie sets are slowly opening after quarantine, but…

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  • Photo of Military conflict between China and US in South China Sea

    Military conflict between China and US in South China Sea

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Observers warn of an increased risk of military conflict between China and the United States. Washington tightened its stance on the situation in the South China Sea and rejected most of Beijing’s claims for this resource-rich waterway. On Monday, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said that the US has officially opposed a number of China’s claims for water within the so-called nine-dotted line (the…

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  • Photo of The silence of Hagia Sophia

    The silence of Hagia Sophia

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Last Friday, the Turkish State Council overturned a decree of the Council of Ministers of November 24, 1934 and allowed to change the status of Hagia Sophia from museum to mosque. President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, without hesitation and a day, signed the corresponding decree, and from July 15, Hagia Sophia begins to function as an ordinary mosque. In Istanbul, by the way, there are 2…

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  • Photo of Why Putin loves the American green

    Why Putin loves the American green

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Democrats have made harsh statements against Russia since the moment Donald Trump won the presidential election. But when it comes to challenging Moscow, other progressive priorities seem to always prevail, writes The Wall Street Journal. Last week, the Danish government unexpectedly quickly issued permission to complete the installation of Nord Stream 2, a pipeline of 1,200 kilometers in length, through which Siberian natural gas will…

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  • Photo of Armenia and Azerbaijan on the brink of war

    Armenia and Azerbaijan on the brink of war

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — After a deadly clash between Armenia and Azerbaijan, killing 14 people, American politicians are calling for detente between the two former Soviet republics. The conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the disputed territory of Nagorno-Karabakh erupted in the early 1990s, when both countries gained independence from the USSR. In 1994, the parties agreed on a ceasefire, but did not reach a permanent peace agreement at…

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  • Photo of Russia develops directed energy weapons

    Russia develops directed energy weapons

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Since people began to use electricity for military purposes, work has been carried out to create special weapons that make equipment completely useless. There are such types of weapons – they are either hiding in the annals of weapons design engineering, or reappearing as new solutions for some new complex – that are aimed at destroying electronics and only electronics. At the beginning of July,…

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  • Photo of Libya: everything is ready for the largest battle with Turkey

    Libya: everything is ready for the largest battle with Turkey

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Al-Arabia sources in Cairo reported that the forces of the Ankara-supported Government of National Accord (NCP) adhere to the military option. Moreover, according to their information, Turkish military engineers are currently located in the vicinity of the Libyan city of Sirte. According to verified data, on Wednesday morning, the Libyan National Army (LNA) tracked down a Turkish reconnaissance drone, which shot from the air the…

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  • Photo of California legalizes racism

    California legalizes racism

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — The most famous part of the American Declaration of Independence was written by Thomas Jefferson: “We consider it self-evident that all people are created equal, that the creator endowed them with certain inalienable rights, such as the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.” Even contemporaries doubted whether this statement is paradoxical, because Jefferson himself had slaves. No, Jefferson was not an ideal,…

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  • Photo of Italian mafia launches money on a large scale

    Italian mafia launches money on a large scale

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — At first they act kindly. A friendly hand on his shoulder, extended bills, a telephone message: “You know that you can count on us.” The victim agrees. Debts choke her, and she sees salvation in a generous visitor. But after a few months, he comes for debt (at a bloated rate of up to 1,000%) and, if necessary, can threaten with a weapon. After the…

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  • Photo of Modern slavery spreads in Britain

    Modern slavery spreads in Britain

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — It was already late at night when on February 5, 2004, an alarm bell rang in the police of the city of Leicester in the north-west of England. “Drowning! Water!” Someone shouted desperately into the receiver. “In the background, you can hear the sound of wind and waves and the voices of foreigners shouting and crying,” it was recorded in the telephone service magazine. Then…

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  • Photo of Russia and China refuse “humanitarian aid” to Syrian militants

    Russia and China refuse “humanitarian aid” to Syrian militants

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Russia and China refused to support the mechanism of so-called “humanitarian aid” of Syria that existed since 2014 through the territory of Turkey, which has actually turned into a tool for supplying militants and anti-government forces long ago, and vetoed it twice during the discussion in the UN Security Council. At the same time, the Russian Foreign Minister, in a telephone conversation with his German…

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  • Photo of Arctic as an occasion for partnership

    Arctic as an occasion for partnership

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — There are disagreements between the United States and Russia on many issues, including the organization of the international system. In the foreseeable future, a “reset” is not expected in their relations, however, they need to establish a dialogue and work on potential areas of cooperation. One of them may be the Arctic. Recently, the Russian city of Verkhoyansk, located in the Arctic, set a rather…

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  • Photo of Sweden lost in fight against covid-19

    Sweden lost in fight against covid-19

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Sweden did not introduce an official isolation regime during the coronavirus pandemic. As an alternative, the country’s chosen model of combating coronavirus implies personal responsibility, while citizens are strongly encouraged to stay home if they are sick and maintain a social distance in public places. Most enterprises, restaurants, bars and schools did not close, although at the end of March the country was forbidden to…

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  • Photo of US officially announces withdrawal from WHO

    US officially announces withdrawal from WHO

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Donald Trump officially notified the World Health Organization about the US withdrawal from it. He also announced his decision to the US Congress and the UN. The procedure for leaving WHO assumes that the country that made this decision will leave the organization one year after formal notification. This means that the United States will end its membership in the World Health Organization on July…

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  • Photo of Why Western sanctions made Russia stronger

    Why Western sanctions made Russia stronger

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — While some in the West continue to stubbornly exaggerate the topic of “irreparable damage”, allegedly caused by the coronavirus pandemic and falling oil prices on world markets, a calm and balanced opinion suddenly sounded from a country that is rather difficult to rank among our friends. They believe that it is precisely Russia, under conditions of a “coronacrisis” that is increasingly embracing the planet today,…

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  • Photo of US will overcome crisis through war

    US will overcome crisis through war

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Now no one is aware of the reality that has developed in the global economy and which will take shape in the next year or two. No one understands anything, no matter what. Even the all-knowing IMF constantly worsens its forecasts because it understands nothing and only reflects on worsening indicators. The latest IMF forecast – this year, global GDP will fall by 4.9 percent.…

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  • Photo of How two NATO members found themselves on the brink of armed conflict

    How two NATO members found themselves on the brink of armed conflict

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — The clash between the Turkish frigate and the French warship in the Eastern Mediterranean provoked a new surge of tension between Ankara and Paris, as well as serious concerns in NATO, which includes both sides. This is not the first dispute between Turkey and France. The French side’s recent opposition to Turkey’s military operations in Syria, as well as France’s active support for the Greek…

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  • Photo of What if America leads chaos?

    What if America leads chaos?

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — As you know, this is happening all over the country, and for good reason. Last weekend, just recently (no doubt you heard about it), city officials announced that they had decided to dismantle the monument to Teddy Roosevelt, located in New York next to the Museum of Natural History. A bronze statue stands in the rotunda of Theodore Roosevelt opposite the Central Park since the…

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  • Photo of Former adviser to Trump: US president sided with Putin

    Former adviser to Trump: US president sided with Putin

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Former Donald Trump associate John Bolton has written a book about his work with the American leader. According to him, he did not want to take measures “against Russian aggression.” The US administration is demanding a ban on the sale of Bolton’s memoirs, claiming that they have a lot of classified information, the Independent. Former senior assistant to Donald Trump concluded that Russian President Vladimir…

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  • Photo of Putin says the “deep domestic crisis” in the US

    Putin says the “deep domestic crisis” in the US

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Russian President Vladimir Putin on Sunday said the United States was plagued by a “deep internal crisis,” and explained the crisis by the reluctance of President Trump’s opponents to recognize his “obvious” victory in 2016, as well as his legitimacy as president. Giving the first interview after the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, which dealt a powerful blow to Russia three months ago and forced…

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  • Photo of Russia intends to realize the great Eurasian dream

    Russia intends to realize the great Eurasian dream

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — In influential foreign policy circles, Professor Karaganov is unofficially called the “Russian Kissinger”. At the same time, he has an additional bonus: you cannot label him as a “war criminal” involved in the conflicts in Vietnam, Cambodia, Chile and so on. Karaganov – Dean of the Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs of the State Research University Higher School of Economics. He is also…

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  • Photo of Trump escalates against ICC magistrates, threatened with economic sanctions

    Trump escalates against ICC magistrates, threatened with economic sanctions

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — Already engaged in an unprecedented offensive against the International Criminal Court, Donald Trump raised his voice again on Thursday by announcing economic sanctions to dissuade the jurisdiction from prosecuting American soldiers for their involvement in the conflict in Afghanistan. “The president has authorized economic sanctions against officials of the International Criminal Court who would take a direct part in any effort to investigate or charge…

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  • Photo of Polish leader calls gay enemies

    Polish leader calls gay enemies

    US, WASHINGTON (ORDO NEWS) — The Polish leader, trying to give a new impetus to his campaign, criticized gays and called them enemies. -The President of Poland is trying, with the help of anti-gay rhetoric, to attract radical Catholics to his side. – Representatives of the LGBT community have noted an increase in aggressiveness during the coronavirus pandemic. The President of Poland intensifies his political attack against the LGBT community…

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