[ad_1] Former US Defence Secretary James Mattis poked fun at Donald Trump as he spoke at a charity event in New York.His comments came a day after the US president referred to him as "the world's most overrated general".Mattis resigned as Defence Secretary in December 2018. [ad_2] Source link
[ad_1] Turkey has agreed to a ceasefire in northern Syria to let Kurdish-led forces withdraw.The deal came after US Vice-President Mike Pence and Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan met for talks in Ankara.President Trump reacted to the deal as he held a rally in Texas, suggesting that Turkish and Kurdish forces had needed to "fight a little while". [ad_2] Source link
[ad_1] Image copyright ABC 7.30 Image caption The investigation was prompted by images broadcast on Australian television Australian authorities have launched an investigation into suspected animal cruelty after a TV report revealed the alleged mass slaughter of racehorses.Footage of horses allegedly being mistreated at an abattoir in Queensland caused widespread anger when it was aired on broadcaster ABC on Thursday.The slaughter of racehorses is legal in Australia, but industry rules
[ad_1] Image copyright Getty Images Image caption The US says Huawei equipment has back doors that would enable Chinese surveillance Chinese tech giant Huawei, which has been banned from selling 5G equipment to US telecom companies, is making an aggressive push to market itself in India. "It's been squeezed out of countries by a few governments already, and so a possible contract with India for 5G would be especially important,"