Shimanto Bank signs MoU with Kay Kraft to offer discounts on credit card purchases— March 26, 2023
RN Desk: Shimanto Bank Ltd recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Kay Kraft at the bank’s head office….
Desk Report: In a symbolic but scathing rebuke to President Barack Obama, the US House of Representatives on Friday rejected a resolution authorising US military action in Libya for one year.
Lawmakers defeated the measure with 295 voting against and only 123 for, and moved to take up a companion resolution aimed at sharply reducing the US role in Nato-led, UN-mandated operations against Libyan strongman Muammar Gaddafi’s forces.
It was the first time that the House has voted against authorising US military action since April 1999, when it rejected then-president Bill Clinton’s air campaign against Serbia in the conflict over Kosovo.
Seventy of the White House’s Democratic allies broke with Obama to defeat the measure after a bitter debate shaped by the US public’s deep war-weariness after a decade of overseas conflicts, notably in Afghanistan and Iraq.