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Reading Viktor Orban’s Mind: ‘Damn It, I Could’ve Been President!’

Yet it was quite shocking in retrospect how little he spoke about Donald Trump, perhaps thinking that they were equals. The former president cannot have been amused; no one is meant to upstage him. Orban was his warm-up act, the one that few are supposed to even remember after the main act has carried off his two-hour show.

Erdoğan, Putin agree to 'boost economic, energy cooperation'

President Vladimir Putin and Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdoğan on Aug. 5 adopted a statement pledging to boost political and economic cooperation including in energy and trade.

The talks between Putin and Erdoğan came as Russia's isolation grows following its intervention in Ukraine.

Putin is desperate, will he help him?

According to foreign media, he would ask for help in the form of military forces, that is, for Kim Jong-Un to send 100.000 soldiers for combat operations in Ukraine.
In return, "desperate Putin" as described by the "Daily Mail" in the text, the Russian president would send aid to North Korea in the form of food and energy.

Nancy Pelosi left Taiwan?

U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's visit to Taiwan has sparked a major controversy between Washington and Beijing.
China has already closed airspace in the area and ordered military exercises near Taiwan, promising serious consequences.
According to Sputnik International, Pelosi is leaving Taiwan to continue her Asia tour, as she is expected to visit South Korea and Japan.

Türkiye to grow stronger to prevent threat of another coup: Erdoğan

The Turkish government will resolutely continue building a great, powerful Türkiye so the country does not face more calamities like the defeated coup attempt of July 15, 2016, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said on July 16. 

Erdoğan made a speech at the Commemoration for July 15 Democracy and National Unity Day in Istanbul's Saraçhane district.