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US may agree to remove 5,000 troops from Afghanistan

Doha - As the new round of peace talks between the Taliban and the US get underway in Doha there are reports that a peace deal could be reached soon. The deal could include the US withdrawing 5,000 troops as an initial cut.

Op-Ed: Pompeo says that US will reduce Afghan troops by 2020 election

Washington D.c. - Mike Pompeo US Secretary of State confirmed Monday that the Trump administration plans to reduce the number of US ground troops in Afghanistan before the 2020 election. However the timing and size of the reduction are not yet settled.

Taliban and US rewriting draft of recent Afghan peace agreement

Taliban and US rewriting the draft agreement to verify that all foreign troops will be withdrawn from Afghanistan and the Taliban will ensure that neither Al Qaeda ISIS or other terrorists will operate from the country.

Pompeo confirms US is ready to withdraw troops from Afhganistan

Kabul - In a surprise visit to Kabul, the Afghan capital, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo confirmed that the US is willing to remove troops from Afghanistan after more than 18 years of presence in the country.

Pompeo demands Russia not interfere in US 2020 election

As US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo visited Russia on Tuesday he made many demands on the Russian government with the main one being that Russia take action to prove that it would not interfere in the 2020 US elections

Op-Ed: US Secretary of State Pompeo defends US involvement in Yemen War

Washington - After US President Trump vetoed a Congress bill that challenged US involvement in the Saudi-led war in Yemen, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has defended US participation before the veto is dealt with by the US Senate.

North Korean official blames US for Hanoi Summit failure

Choe Son Hui the vice foreign minister of North Korea has blamed the United States for the failure of the recent Hanoi Summit between President Trump and Kim Jong Un.

White House slashes number of refugees allowed into U.S.

Washington - Like a bolt out of the blue, the Trump administration announced on Monday it is cutting the number of refugees allowed into the United States next year to 30,000 - despite calls from global humanitarian groups that this year’s cap of 45,000 was too low.

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US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is stepping up pressure on Russia on a tour of Europe
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is stepping up pressure on Russia on a tour of Europe

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