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Senate warns members against unethical conducts
The Guardian Nigeria

Senators Welcome French Ambassador to Capitol

U.S. Senators, including members of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, welcomed the French Ambassador to the U.S. at the Capitol on Tuesday. Gerard Araud received a signed condolence book for victims of Paris' terror attacks. USA Today, 1 week ago
Senate warns members against unethical conducts The Guardian Nigeria, 2 days ago
Pakistan Today

Defense Minister Meets Head of the Foreign Relations Committee of the US Senate

Two-goal Kane on target again as Tottenham thrash West HamSiemens-led consortium reaches financial close agreement for Egypt power plant Picture of the day: Elderly women have a chat during Egypt's parliamentary elections Villarreal draws late to ...
 Masress.com6 days ago TPP Could Hurt Brazil, Foreign Minister Says  Latin American Herald Tribune4 days ago Do Americans need a president who is often confused?  Before It's News6 days ago Knesset defense committee to hold joint meetings with US Congress  Jerusalem Post5 days ago

John Kerry is getting slammed after his odd remarks about the Charlie Hebdo shooting

Joshua Roberts/Reuters Secretary of State John Kerry testifies at a Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing on U.S. Strategy to Defeat the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant on Capitol Hill in Washington September 17, 2014. US ...
 BusinessInsider.sg1 week ago Kerry says US can neutralise Islamic State quicker than it did al Qaeda  The Express Tribune1 week ago Senator Tim Kaine Shares His Thoughts on Leadership  Inc.com1 week ago John Kerry: Rationale for Charlie Hebdo wholesale slaughter is understandable  Before It's News1 week ago

Jihadists in Europe stir visa debate in US

AFP/AFP - US Senator Bob Corker(R) walks to a closed briefing for the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on November 18, 2015, as concerns swirl about European jihadists and a US visa-waiver program Migrants and refugees like these pictured near ...
 Yahoo! UK and Ireland1 week ago
ABC News

Episode 4: Alexandre Mars

Why the Coordinated Attacks in Paris Are So Troubling 18:15 - Jamil Jaffer, a former adviser to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, comments on the wave of violence in Paris. He speaks with Bloomberg's David Gura, Scarlet Fu and Alix Steel.
 Bloomberg1 week ago Sen. Murphy: Don't send U.S. ground troops  USA Today1 week ago The Latest: US Senate Condemns Paris Attacks  ABC News1 week ago Senate Passes Resolution Condemning Terrorist Attacks in Paris  Noodls1 week ago
Broadcasting Board of Governors

BBG Seeks Wider Powers for CEO

One aspect of the past week's testimony by Broadcasting Board of Governors officials before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee was an assertion that the BBG CEO position needs more power. The committee, chaired by Sen. Bob Corker (R-Tenn.), is ...
 Radio World Newspaper1 week ago BBG Leaders Urge Senate Committee to Target Smart Reform of U.S. International Media  Broadcasting Board of Governors1 week ago BBG Makeover Discussed in U.S. Senate Committee Hearing  Radio World Newspaper1 week ago BBG Asks Congress for More CEO Power  Radio World Newspaper1 week ago
DAWN Group

Dossiers on India have no material evidence

ISLAMABAD: The Senate Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs was told on Thursday that dossiers given to the United States and United Nations Secretary General on India's alleged involvement in terrorism in Pakistan did not contain material evidence.
 DAWN Group1 week ago Dossiers on Indian terrorism have irrefutable evidence, asserts FO  DAWN Group1 week ago Indian hand: Aziz insists dossiers contain material proof  The Express Tribune1 week ago
Pakistan Today

Senators suggest in-camera briefing on dossiers submitted to UN, US about Indian involvement in Pakistan

ISLAMABAD-UNS- Senate Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs in its meeting was briefed about the Prime Minister's recent visits to United Nations and United States and asked for more information about the dossiers about RAW's involvement in FATA and ...
 World Tribune Pakistan1 week ago Nawaz US trips: Senators want briefing on India  The Express Tribune1 week ago
Moscow Times

Both Chambers of Russian Parliament Suggest Canceling Air Communication With Turkey

The Federation Council senator Igor Morozov said Turkey needs to be included into the list of countries Russia has suspended air communication with. Lawmakers from both upper and lower chambers of Russian parliament — the Federation Council and ...
 Moscow Times4 days ago Russia to stop air communication and tourist relations with Turkey  Pravda4 days ago Russia-Turkey Tensions to Take Toll on Tourism  GTP.gr3 days ago

INTERVIEW/ John McCain: Not satisfied with U.S. freedom of navigation operations in South China Sea

U.S. Sen. John McCain, chairman of the powerful Senate Armed Services Committee, criticized the Obama administration over its freedom of navigation operation in the South China Sea. I am very disappointed in the way the whole thing has been ...
 Asahi.com4 days ago US senator reaffirms Washington's support for Jordan  Jordan Times6 days ago Army chief in Washington: US senators hail Pakistan's fight against terror  The Express Tribune1 week ago FLOOR REMARKS BY SENATOR JOHN McCAIN ON LEGISLATION TO EXEMPT NATIONAL SECURITY SPENDING FROM SEQUESTRATION  U.S. Senator John McCain1 week ago
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