October 11, 2019 | Link TV
October 11, 2019
U.S. Troops to Saudi
The U.S. will send more troops and an air defense system to Saudi Arabia to bolster security against Iran.
Turkish forces push deeper into northern Syria, taking villages under Kurdish control. The U.N. says a hundred thousand people have fled their home.
U.S.-China Trade Talks
Donald Trump announces a partial trade agreement with China after the latest round of talks.
Nobel Peace Prize
This year's Nobel Peace Prize goes to Ethiopia's Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed for helping to end a long standing war with Eritrea.
UN investigators find evidence of crimes against humanity by Venezuelan security forces and say President Nicolas Maduro supported it.
The United Arab Emirates and Bahrain sign an agreement to normalize relations with Israel, a deal Donald Trump described as "a dawn of the new Middle East."
A Jewish settler is given three life sentences for the firebomb attack which killed three members of a Palestinian family.
Bahrain to normalize Israel ties, refugees demand to leave Lesbos, and devastation along U.S. West Coast.
Desperate scenes on the Greek island of Lesbos after a second fire destroys the remaining tents in Europe's biggest refugee camp, leaving thousands without shelter.
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