Trump, Biden spar over Ukraine after whistleblower complaint Sep 23, 2019 0 1199 12345 AFPWashingtonJoe Biden accused Donald Trump Saturday of “an overwhelming abuse of power” and called for an investigation into accusations the US leader pressured his Ukrainian counterpart to investigate the presidential candidate’s son.Biden’s allegations prompted a swift rebuke from Trump, who himself accuses the Democratic frontrunner of wrongdoing in Ukraine during his time as vice president under former president Barack Obama.The back-and-forth recriminations stem from a Washington Post report stating a whistleblower complaint had been filed over Trump’s communications with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, and a “promise” allegedly made by the US leader.Trump allegedly pressured Zelensky to investigate possible corruption involving Biden and his son Hunter, who had worked with a Ukrainian natural gas company while his father was vice president.Trump has urged media to “look into” Biden’s comments in early 2016 when the then US vice president said the Obama administration would freeze $1 billion in US loan guarantees unless Kiev fire its top prosecutor, who was looking into the gas company.“This appears to be an overwhelming abuse of power, to get on the phone with a foreign leader who is looking for help from the United States and ask about me,” Biden told reporters on the campaign trail in the state of Iowa. POST A COMMENT RELATED ARTICLES Trump joins Indian PM in Indian-American bromance extravaganza gathering Sep 23, 2019 0 1015 Labour seeks Brexit plan to reverse poll slump Sep 23, 2019 0 596 Migrants posing as volleyball team blocked by Greek police Sep 23, 2019 0 146 Kashmir politicians won’t be detained for more than 18 months: Minister Agencies New Delhi Politicians who have been detained in Indian-administered Kashmir after the government scrapped special status to the state under Article 370 and divided it into two Union Territories will not be .. At least 26 people killed in bus crash in Pakistan Islamabad: At least 26 people, including children, were killed when a passenger bus crashed into a hill in northern Pakistan on Sunday, an official said. The bus was travelling from Skardu, a famous tourist destination, .. Muslims, Sikhs join hands to disrupt ‘Howdy, Modi!’ rally in Houston HOUSTON: Pakistanis and other members of the Muslim and Sikh communities are set to hijack the ‘Howdy, Modi!’ rally taking place in Houston, Texas, on Sunday morning. Muslims and Sikhs from different cities of Texas – .. Pakistan PM Khan in US on ‘mission Kashmir’ tribune.com.pk washington Prime Minister Imran Khan reached New York on Saturday on a week-long visit to attend the UN General Assembly session and be part of a host of other activities, including a meeting President .. Rohingya ‘bandit’ couple killed in Bangladesh gunfight Dhaka: A Rohingya couple was shot dead during a gunfight in a border town camp hours after they were detained by Bangladesh police, officials said Sunday, the latest killings amid growing tensions between the refugees .. Sri Lanka orders fresh probe into Easter suicide bombings Colombo: A fresh inquiry into the Easter suicide bombings that hit Sri Lanka killing at least 258 people was ordered by president Maithripala Sirisena on Sunday, after concerns from the Catholic Church that current .. 108 injured as quakes rattle Albanian capital and coast Belgrade: A series of earthquakes jolted Albania on Saturday, leaving scores injured and unleashing panic as people scrambled to safety. The shqiptarja.com news website reported that at least 108 people had been ..