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OPCW Report Chemical Weapons Used In Ltamenah By Syria

United states OPCW Report

OPCW Report Chemical Weapons Used By Syrian Air Force


The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) issued a report On April 8, 2020, in which disclaimer of chemical weapons were used by the Assad regime. The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons Investigation and Identification Team (IIT) concluded that there are reasonable grounds to believe that the Syrian Arab Air Force dropped siren-containing air bombs in Latamena on 24 and 30 March 2017 and sealed a cylinder On March 25, 2017, the hospital confirmed the rule of use of chemical weapons and disregard for human life. By summer, the Assad regime is responsible for innumerable atrocities, level of war crimes and crimes against humanity. Since the conflict began, more than half a million Syrians have been killed and eleven million people half of Syria's pre war population have been displaced. The regime has arbitrarily detained more than 100,000 people, many of whom tortured and killed. the Assad regime maintained its grip on power Since then, chemical weapons attacks have been used repeatedly every year. The Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons-United Nations Joint Investigative Mechanism previously confirmed that the Assad regime had used chemical weapons on several occasions, and now, the investigation and detection team report is that, The Assad regime uses chemical weapons attacks in Syria as part of a deliberate campaign of violence against the Syrian people. United States of America shares the organization to the conclusion of the chemical prohibition and evaluates that the Syrian regime maintains sufficient chemicals particularly sarin and chlorine, and the use of. sarin in its traditional chemical weapons program, chlorine also used in the chemical weapons program for production and deployment, and to develop new chemical weapons. The Syrian Army has a wide variety of chemically capable ammunitions including grenades, aerial bombs, and improvised ammunitions, that can be used at least without warning. The United States condemned the use of chemical weapons reported by the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons Investigation and Identification Team and demanded that the Syrian Arab Republic immediately stop all its chemical weapons development programs, stockpiling and use of chemical weapons. thorough investigation and expert work for the organization of Prohibition, which has again demonstrated that Syria efforts are unbiased and professional. The amount of disinfection of any kind from Assad's bosses in Russia and Iran cannot hide the fact that the Assad regime is responsible for many chemical armed attacks. United states urge other nations to join our efforts to promote accountability for the Syrian regime and uphold international norms against the use of chemical weapons. Uncontrolled use of chemical weapons by any state which is unacceptable security threat to all states.

United States International Use Of Outer Space Resources

United States International Outer Space

United States Support For Use Of Outer Space Resources


The Executive Order to encourage international support for the recovery and use of space resources, by the United States  Commercial Space Launch Competitiveness Act, hereby ordered as follows, Space Policy Directive-1, United States  Manned Space Exploration Program of December 11, 2017 Resume, provides the United States headed by A. Commercial partners to participate in an innovative and sustainable program, will lead man's return to the moon for long-term exploration and use pursued by manned missions to Mars and other destinations. Successful long-term discovery and scientific discovery of the Moon, Mars, and other celestial bodies will require partnerships with commercial entities to recover and use resources, including water and some minerals, in outdoor locations. To use space resources rights, including expansion of commercial recovery rights and utilization of lunar resources , However, has discouraged some commercial entities to participate in this venture. Questions related to the 1979 agreement governing the activities of states on the moon and other celestial bodies the "Moon Agreement" establish a legal framework for nation states, deepening this uncertainty regarding the recovery and use of space resources, especially because the United states have neither signed nor ratified the United States Moon Agreement. In fact, only 18 countries have ratified the Moon Agreement, including only 17 of the 95 member states of the United Nations Committee, members of the United Nations Committee want to Peaceful Use of Outer Space. In addition, the differences between the Moon Agreement and the 1967 Treaty on the principles governing the movements of states in the exploration and use of outer space, including the Moon and other celestial bodies, include the United States and 108 other countries - It also contributes to uncertainty. the right to recover and use outer space resources. Americans must have the right to engage in commercial exploration, retrieval and use of resources in outer space, consistent with applicable law. The outdoor space is a legally and physically unique domain of human activity, and the United States does not see it as a global commons. According to this, it would be United States policy to encourage international support for public and private recovery and use of resources in outer space.

UN International Mine Awareness And Assistance Day

International Mine Awareness Day

United Nations International Mine Awareness Day


United Nations International Mine Awareness and Assistance Day is observed every year on 4 April. The United Nations International Mining and Assistance day provides an opportunity for the world to reflect both progress and landmines and unexplained ordinances. These explosive remains of war still endanger civilians in more than 60 countries. The United States has been working closely with partners around the world to address this serious humanitarian challenge, which involving innocent people, including many children. For more than 20 years, the United States has been part of the international donor community Leads so that, the availability of additional, loosely-protected, or otherwise least-risk weapons and light weapons and weapons Peace and security can be promoted by partnering with nations to alleviate. To address humanitarian threats and unexplained ordinances from landmines in post-conflict countries. The United States is the world's largest financial proponent of the destruction of conventional weapons, since 1993 has raised $ 3.7 billion in more than 100 countries. Invests more. In 2019, the United States funded conventional arms destruction efforts in 58 countries. Our assistance - to the government of the United States and to all our global partners is critical to building a more secure, and prosperous world. We should thanks to strong bipartisan who fund support from Congress, the State Department looks forward to continuing this important work with other donor countries, which are affected by the conflict, and the brave men and women who are involved in securing at-risk weapons and rebels Work in the field and clear landmines and other explosive hazards.

United States criticize Russian Cyber Attack Against the Georgia

U.S against Russian cyber attack on Georgia

U.S. criticize Russian Cyber Attack On the Georgia


United states condemns, On October 28, 2019, the Russian intelligence agency General Russian Intelligence Directorate (GRU), cyber attack on Georgia by Main Center for Special Technology (GTST), also known as Unit 74455 and Sandworm, launched a widespread disruptive cyber attack against the country of Georgia. This Russian cyber attack incident, which directly affected the Georgian countries population, disrupted the computer operation of several thousand Georgian government website, and as well as privately run websites and also disrupted the broadcasting of at least two major television stations. This Russian cyber attack on Georgia, contradicts Russia's claim that it is a responsible actor in cyberspace and demonstrates a consistent pattern of reckless Russian GRU cyber operations against many countries. The purpose of these operations is to sow division, create insecurity and weaken democratic institutions. America calls on Russia to stop this behavior in Georgia and elsewhere. Every countries have to secure and safe stability of cyberspace, which depends on the responsible behavior of every nations. We, along with the international community, will continue our efforts to maintain an international framework of responsible state behavior in cyberspace. We support Georgia and its people to enhance their cyber security and to combat malicious cyber actors. We also promise, and We will offer additional capacity building and technical support to help Georgia public institutions, to strengthen and improve their ability to protect themselves from such activities. Source United States Government Websites.

Top 100 Largest Population US Cities In The United States

List of Most Populated Top 100 Largest US Cities In The United States

U.S. Top 100 Most Population Cities List


List of most populated United States Top 100 cities by population. They are the most populated US cities have the largest population over 100 000 in the United States.

8,622,698 –  New York city, New York
3,999,759 –  Los Angeles city, California
2,716,450 – Chicago city, Illinois
2,312,717 –  Houston city, Texas
1,626,078 –  Phoenix city, Arizona
1,580,863 –  Philadelphia city, Pennsylvania
1,511,946 –  San Antonio city, Texas
1,419,516 –  San Diego city, California
1,341,075 –  Dallas city, Texas
1,035,317 –  San Jose city, California
950,715 –  Austin city, Texas
892,062 –  Jacksonville city, Florida
884,363 –  San Francisco city, California
879,170 –  Columbus city, Ohio
874,168 –  Fort Worth city, Texas
863,002 –  Indianapolis city, Indiana
859,035 –  Charlotte city, North Carolina
724,745 –  Seattle city, Washington
704,621 –  Denver city, Colorado
693,972 –  Washington city, District of Columbia
685,094 –  Boston city, Massachusetts
683,577 –  El Paso city, Texas
673,104 –  Detroit city, Michigan
667,560 –  Nashville-Davidson metropolitan government, Tennessee
652,236 –  Memphis city, Tennessee
647,805 –  Portland city, Oregon
643,648 –  Oklahoma City city, Oklahoma
641,676 –  Las Vegas city, Nevada
621,349 –  Louisville/Jefferson County metro government, Kentucky
611,648 –  Baltimore city, Maryland
595,351 –  Milwaukee city, Wisconsin
558,545 –  Albuquerque city, New Mexico
535,677 –  Tucson city, Arizona
527,438 –  Fresno city, California
501,901 –  Sacramento city, California
496,401 –  Mesa city, Arizona
488,943 –  Kansas City city, Missouri
486,290 –  Atlanta city, Georgia
469,450 –  Long Beach city, California
466,893 –  Omaha city, Nebraska
464,758 –  Raleigh city, North Carolina
464,474 –  Colorado Springs city, Colorado
463,347 –  Miami city, Florida
450,435 –  Virginia Beach city, Virginia
425,195 –  Oakland city, California
422,331 –  Minneapolis city, Minnesota
401,800 –  Tulsa city, Oklahoma
396,394 –  Arlington city, Texas
393,292 –  New Orleans city, Louisiana
390,591 –  Wichita city, Kansas
385,525 –  Cleveland city, Ohio
385,430 –  Tampa city, Florida
380,874 –  Bakersfield city, California
366,623 –  Aurora city, Colorado
352,497 –  Anaheim city, California
350,395 –  Urban Honolulu CDP, Hawaii
334,136 –  Santa Ana city, California
327,728 –  Riverside city, California
325,605 –  Corpus Christi city, Texas
321,959 –  Lexington-Fayette urban county, Kentucky
310,496 –  Stockton city, California
308,626 –  St. Louis city, Missouri
306,621 –  St. Paul city, Minnesota
302,539 –  Henderson city, Nevada
302,407 –  Pittsburgh city, Pennsylvania
301,301 –  Cincinnati city, Ohio
294,356 –  Anchorage municipality, Alaska
290,222 –  Greensboro city, North Carolina
286,143 – Plano city, Texas
285,154 –  Newark city, New Jersey
284,736 –  Lincoln city, Nebraska
280,257 –  Orlando city, Florida
277,453 –  Irvine city, California
276,491 –  Toledo city, Ohio
270,753 –  Jersey City city, New Jersey
270,471 –  Chula Vista city, California
267,743 –  Durham city, North Carolina
265,904 –  Fort Wayne city, Indiana
263,255 –  St. Petersburg city, Florida
260,654 –  Laredo city, Texas
258,612 –  Buffalo city, New York
255,214 –  Madison city, Wisconsin
253,888 –  Lubbock city, Texas
253,458 –  Chandler city, Arizona
249,950 –  Scottsdale city, Arizona
248,853 –  Reno city, Nevada
246,709 –  Glendale city, Arizona
244,703 –  Norfolk city, Virginia
244,605 –  Winston-Salem city, North Carolina
242,975 –  North Las Vegas city, Nevada
242,354 –  Gilbert town, Arizona
240,397 –  Chesapeake city, Virginia
240,373 –  Irving city, Texas
239,673 –  Hialeah city, Florida
238,002 –  Garland city, Texas
234,962 –  Fremont city, California
227,032 –  Richmond city, Virginia
226,570 –  Boise City city, Idaho
225,374 –  Baton Rouge city, Louisiana
217,521 –  Des Moines city, Iowa

U.S. Department Of State And NOAA Research Inspections In Antarctica

U.S. NOAA Research Inspections In Antarctica

U.S. A. Department Of State And NOAA Conducts Inspections In Antarctica


A team of US government officials from the US State Department, National Science Foundation, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and the United States Coast Guard concluded a five-day inspection of foreign supervision research stations equipment installations in Antarctica, Before 11 February 2020. The team inspected three stations Mario Zucchelmi (Italy), Jung Bogo (South Korea), and The Expressive Island (China) by the Coast Guard Polar Star. It was the fifteenth inspection of foreign research stations by the United States in Antarctica, and the first since 2012. The United States praised the assistance provided by professionals at the inspection sites. The United States continues to promote the status of Antarctica as a continent reserved for peace and science in accordance with the provisions of the 1959 Antarctic Treaty. The purpose of the inspection was to verify compliance with the Antarctic Treaty and its environmental protocols, including provisions military prohibition Measures and mining, as well as provisions promoting safe station operations and sound environmental practices. The inspections assert that all of Antarctica's territorial claims are accessible to interested countries and reinforce the importance of compliance with the arms control provisions of the Antarctic Treaty. The United States will present its report on oversight in May 2020 at the next Antarctic Treaty Consultation Meeting in Helsinki, Finland. US Department of State, Bureau of Ocean and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs leads US policy on Antarctica in collaboration with National Science Foundation Is a federal agency that administers the US Antarctic Program (USAP), Which provides logistic support for all US government Research on the Southern Continent and the Southern Ocean and other federal agencies. Through united states Antarctic Program USAP, the United States maintains three-year-round scientific stations over Antarctica and has deployed more personnel in Antarctica than any other country.

U.S. Department of State and FBI Launch First Overseas Joint Terrorism Task Force

U.S. Department of State and FBI with Kenya Launch First Overseas Joint Terrorism Task Force

U.S. Department of State and FBI Launch First Overseas Joint Terrorism Task Force With Kenya 


The United States Department of State and Federal Investigations has partnered together to assist Kenya in forming the first Overseas Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF) to be located outside the United States. The Kenyan and United States led JTTF will be a multi-agency counter-terrorism investigation force in Nairobi, Kenya. The initiative to establish the Kenyan Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF-K) on January 16, 2019, at the Dusitad 2 Hotel in Nairobi, Kenya, after Al-Shabaab Started the terrorist attack. The JTTF required a pressure that could be met through which the FBI's training expertise combined with the State Department Bureau of Counterterrorism (CT Bureau) capacity-building efforts. 42 selected Kenyan investigators to the FBI Academy in Quantico, Virginia Will receive 12 weeks of intensive counter-notification training. The FBI will implement the curriculum and provide training with assistance from other agencies, as applicable. The FBI and the CT Bureau will collaborate and assess the program. The team will adopt the practices used by the U.S.-based JTTF and trained to handle sensitive counter-terrorism intelligence shared with the Kenyan government. Investigators will be trained and equipped to investigate all terrorism cases of critical importance in Kenya's National Security Council. Upon completion of the course, JTTF-K officials will return to Kenya, where they will be assisted by FBI Special Trainer Mentor. Investigations by JTTF-K will be conducted in accordance with international law enforcement standards and compliance with human rights. Legal authorities will be drawn from the Kenyan Constitution and international treaties. The JTTF Cases will be transferred to Kenya's courts for prosecute, which promote the US goal of enabling foreign partners to successfully counter terrorist threats. JTTF-K to build partner law enforcement capacity of counter-terrorism The State Government's Bureau of Counterterrorism, under the Anti-Terrorism Participation Fund set up by the Congress. Appropriate fund is provided for broader program with Kenya to promote terrorism investigation and prosecution, enhance crisis response, and strengthen border security.