Free Press Journal
  • Women detail sexual allegations against President Donald Trump

    New York: A group of women who have publicly accused Donald Trump of sexual harassment and assault, have detailed their accounts of being groped, fondled and forcibly kissed by the US President, the media reported.

  • South Korea, Japan, US start joint missile detection exercises

    Seoul: South Korea, Japan and the US have begun joint missile detection exercises amid escalating regional tensions over North Korea’s nuclear weapons program, Seoul’s Joint Chiefs of Staff said on Monday. The drill, which will last two days, is taking place off the Korean peninsula, and comes after Pyongyang fired an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) on November 28 that it claimed could strike anywhere in the US.

  • Trump calls for calm, moderation in Middle East, says White House

    Washington : US President Donald Trump has called for calm and moderation in the Middle East, the White House said on Saturday, amid reports of clashes in the region following his decision to recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.

  • UNSC members warn against US’ decision on Jerusalem

    United Nations: Members of the UN Security Council (UNSC) have criticised Washington’s decision to recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and warned that it would raise tensions in the area even as Washington stood alone steadfastly defending its decision.

  • Clashes, Jeruselam

    Peeved Palestine refuses to welcome US Vice-President

    Ramallah : A senior Palestinian official said on Friday that US Vice President Mike Pence was “not welcome in Palestine” during his upcoming regional visit after a White House decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.

  • Trump snubs questions on slurred speech, to release med records

    Washington : US President Donald Trump will have his medical tests next year after which doctors would release his health records, the White House said on Friday while dismissing as “ridiculous” the questions about his slurred speech, reports PTI.

  • Twitterers troll Donald Trump with #DentureDonald

    Washington DC: ‘The Daily Show’s’ anchor Trevor Noah on Thursday poked fun at United States President Donald Trump, who officially recognised Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, but his speech didn’t seem to flow easily and people noticed it.

  • US Congress approves budget measure avoiding government shutdown

    Washington: The US Congress has approved a stopgap budget that averts, for now, a partial government shutdown, which had been a strong possibility due to the failure of Republican and Democratic lawmakers to agree on a more comprehensive bill.

  • Hezbollah slams US President Trump’s decision on Jerusalem

    Beirut: Hezbollah’s Secretary General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah slammed Thursday US President Donald Trump’s declaration on Jerusalem as a “new Balfour Declaration”, urging Arab states to sever “public and secret” ties with Israel.

  • US to begin Jerusalem embassy move preparations: Rex Tillerson

    Washington: US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has that the State Department will “immediately” act on President Donald Trump’s order and start preparations to move the American embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.

  • Israel hails Trump’s Jerusalem decision as ‘historic’

    Jerusalem, Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu on Wednesday night released a video message in which he thanked the US President Trump for his “courageous decision” which he said showed American commitment to “an ancient but enduring truth.”