Influence operations from those nations include use of social media to amplify divisive issues, seeding disinformation about political candidates and sponsoring content in English-language media, four intelligence and law enforcement agencies said in a joint statement.
Kuwait slams "unfair campaign" Kuwait said it rejected "unfair campaign" and supported Saudi "in facing all those who wish to harm its sovereignty". Officials in Saudi Arabia did not immediately respond to a request for comment. In Washington , Trump's son-in-law and senior advisor, Jared Kushner, is coming under pressure after having spearheaded the administration's strategy to forge close ties with Mohammed.
The country has deployed 500 federal officers to the border city of Tapachula, where migrants are expected to arrive next week. Police deployed pepper spray after some migrants tried to push their way through the Mexican side. The exhausted migrants - mostly from Honduras and Guatemala - slept under rainy skies on the streets and in a park in the border town of Tecún Umán, where the shelter for migrants and a local Catholic parish were filled to capacity.
An Indian government minister resigned on Wednesday, saying he was doing so in order to fight accusations of sexual harassment levied by several women, the most high-profile casualty of a growing #MeToo movement. The case was filed in a New Delhi court, which is expected to hold a hearing on it Thursday. They also said that Ramani's defamatory tweets "were picked up by the foreign media" and he had to resign due to these allegations.
Tsipras said of assuming the foreign minister role: "It is a decision not to tolerate, from now on, any double-speak from anyone, or any personal agenda in the national line of the country". Since the independence of its small neighbor in 1991, Greece believes that the name "Macedonia" can only be applied to its northern province around Thessaloniki.
The Russian president said the country would only launch a nuclear strike if its early warning systems spot missiles heading toward its territory. Two of the weapons were a nuclear-powered cruise missile and an artificial drone, he said. Commander Sean Robertson, a Pentagon spokesman, said they have not received any proof of the large number of hostages. His blunt talk on nuclear weapons comes as Russia's relations with the West remain tense over such issues as the wars in eastern Ukraine ...