Alif News: May 2022 news highlights in the world
Get the latest information on the political landscape, entertainment updates, and health sector in the world with this Alif News news highlight for May! The latest news in the world that you need to know are the following:
1. Will Russia and US Make a Deal on Syria?
According to reports, Russian and US officials have begun preliminary talks on the Syrian situation, which has been the focus of the media and public attention for the past two weeks.
The talks are being held at the level of foreign ministers, with the aim of reaching a political settlement in Syria. The United States has already stated that it is ready to meet with its Russian counterpart Sergey Lavrov.
However, Lavrov has not yet confirmed that Moscow is ready to meet with the US on the issue. The Russian Foreign Ministry has stated that the US has not shown any interest in the matter, and has even taken a step back from its previous position.
The Syrian government has also called on the US and Russia to sit down and negotiate a settlement, and not just talk about it.
2. The Pentagon has warned of the possibility of a military attack on Iran.
Pentagon spokesman Peter Cook has warned of the possibility of a military attack on Iran. He said that the US is still monitoring Iran’s activities, and that the US military is ready to strike Iran if it poses a threat to US interests.
The US Senate Judiciary Committee’s chairman has said that the committee will hold a hearing on May 1st to look into the sexual harassment allegations made against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. President Donald Trump has said that the Supreme Court is one of the most important issues that Americans are going to decide in the upcoming midterm elections. Trump said that he would like to nominate Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court. Trump has also said that Kavanaugh is a “phenomenal” man who will be an outstanding Supreme Court justice. In addition, the president has said that Kavanaugh’s confirmation will help restore the country’s credibility.
Trump has also said that the Senate will have to act quickly to confirm Kavanaugh.
Trump has also said that he will be at the White House to watch Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearing on Thursday.
Trump has also said that he would like to nominate Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court as soon as possible.
The US House of Representatives has approved the fiscal 2019 budget bill that will fund the government until February 2019. The bill passed with a vote of 288 to 139.
The House has also approved a bill that will repeal the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (Obamacare). The vote was 218 to 213.