Venus TV: May 2022 news highlights in the worldOn May 31, 2022 by admin
Get the latest information on the political landscape, entertainment updates, and health sector in the world with this Venus TV news highlight for May! The latest news in the world that you need to know are the following:
– Egyptian Parliament Speaker Tarek al-Mansour told a press conference on Thursday that the parliament will not support the “boycott, divestment and sanctions” (BDS) campaign against Israel.
– The U.S. is willing to meet with North Korea to discuss the country’s nuclear program, but only after Pyongyang ends its testing and development of nuclear weapons, the State Department said on Thursday.
– The United States is not targeting Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s government in the U.S.’s military campaign against the Islamic State group in Syria, but is working to protect the U.S.-led coalition’s forces, U.S. Defense Secretary Ash Carter said on Thursday.
– Former U.S. President Barack Obama has announced that he will return to Chicago to campaign for Democrat Hillary Clinton in the presidential election.
– Trump will give his first major foreign policy address on Wednesday, a speech that will lay out his strategy for defeating the Islamic State group in the Middle East.
– A U.S. Navy ship will visit a shipyard in Russia for repairs after it was hit by a missile, according to the U.S. military.
President Trump is trying to pass a new bill that will require a special counsel to be appointed to investigate all allegations of corruption, which will also have to be approved by Congress. The bill is also expected to contain measures that would allow the Justice Department to withhold funds from local governments that violate the law. The new bill would also allow the appointment of a new special counsel to investigate any issues related to the Russia investigation.
The US House of Representatives has approved a bill that would make it easier for children who have been separated from their families to remain in the US. The legislation was approved by a vote of 256 to 175. It now moves to the Senate for approval.
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson has announced that the US will be withdrawing from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty. This would be the first major withdrawal from a major arms control agreement since the end of the Cold War. The INF Treaty was signed by Ronald Reagan and Mikhail Gorbachev in 1987.
The Department of Justice has announced that the Mueller investigation has concluded. The investigation was launched after Trump fired FBI Director James Comey. The DOJ said that the investigation did not establish that members of the Trump campaign conspired with the Russian government.