Iran worried about it’s survival says President Donald Trump

US President Donald Trump left the door open Wednesday to meeting with his Iranian counterpart Hassan Rouhani on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly, while saying the Islamic Republic is worried about its very survival. “It’s possible, anything is possible,” Trump told reporters in the Oval Office when asked about the possibility of a face-to-face with Rouhani during the gathering later this month. “We’ll see what happens with Iran. Whether they want to talk or not, that’s up to them, not up to me,” said the US leader, who…

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China eases economic pressure on North Korea

WASHINGTON — China has steadily loosened restrictions on trade with North Korea in recent months, undercutting President Donald Trump’s effort to exert economic pressure on Kim Jong Un’s regime, former U.S. officials and independent experts told NBC News. From coal shipments to revived construction projects to planes ferrying Chinese tourists to Pyongyang, China has reopened the door to both legal and illegal trade with the North, throwing the North Korean government a vital lifeline while derailing U.S. diplomacy. North Korea depends almost entirely on its larger neighbor to keep its economy afloat. The increase…

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Bangladesh may extend cooperation to improve Conditions of Pakistan

Dhaka: Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Sunday said Dhaka could extend its cooperation to Pakistan’s new government under Premier Imran Khan’s leadership for their mutual welfare. “Imran Khan came to power after making massive struggle. We will extend cooperation to him if he seeks it from us, she said. Hasina added, “We will do it considering the welfare of the people of Pakistan, not the conspirators (there). . . We’ve no objection to share experiences with them for the welfare of the common people”. She said Khan “hit many sixes”…

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Terms between Trump Iran and Russia are going to be tough

A top U.N. expert is taking aim at the Trump administration’s efforts to tighten the screws on Iran’s theocratic regime, saying that U.S. sanctions are “illegitimate” and are driving Iranians into poverty. The Trump administration has been criticized by members of both the U.N. and E.U. leaders for its decision this month to reimpose sanctions of the Islamic regime. The sanctions targeted Iran’s financial, automotive and precious metals industries and will also target its oil and banking system in November. A senior administration official told Fox News this month that…

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World Economic Forum’s Current South Asian Report

Economies of South Asia is one of the fastest growing economy in the World . Such as India and Bangladesh are on the top qualifiers in the Gross Domestic Production race . India is supposed to be in one of the top 5 Biggest Economies till to 2030 . There are 8 countries in South Asia  , and all of them are Included on the List made by THE DEMOCRATIC TELEGRAPH Here are the List of Current GDP ( Nominal ) of South Asian Countries Per the World Economic Forum (2018)…

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Erdogan had other ideas instead of Democracy

In the European capitals a decade ago, Turkey’s now-paramount leader, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, held promise as a potential beacon of democracy for a region rife with religious conflict. Turkey was a stalwart NATO ally bridging Europe and the volatile Middle East. As Mr. Erdogan sought to secure a place for his country in the ranks of the European Union, he presented himself as a moderate and modernizing Muslim leader for the post-9/11 age. He catered to perceptions that Turkey was becoming a liberal society governed by tolerance and the rule…

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Turkey will boycott US electronic goods says Erdogan

Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said his country will boycott US electronic goods amid an escalating diplomatic dispute with the Trump administration. The move comes after Washington imposed sanctions and raised tariffs against Ankara in a dispute about the detention of a US evangelical pastor. Mr Erdogan said Turkey had been taking necessary measures regarding the economy in the wake of a slide in the lira currency exacerbated by the dispute with Washington, but that it was important to keep a firm political stance. Switching to foreign currency would mean giving in to the enemy, he added. Mr Erdogan…

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