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America will be safer after troops leave Afghanistan

By Ronald Prillwitz , THE HILL The notion that the United States lost the war in Afghanistan is a widely accepted assertion that continues to be repeated by some in the media, U.S. politicians, and even the U.S military. The reality is that…
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Iraq’s oil minister says Saudi companies interested in gas, petrochemicals projects in country

Saudi companies are interested in gas, petrochemical and clean energy projects in Iraq as part of increased cooperation between OPEC's two biggest producers, the Iraqi oil minister said June 7, as Baghdad courts investments to wean itself off…

Israeli army demolishes dozens of Palestinian homes in West Bank

Israeli forces on Monday demolished dozens of Palestinian homes in the occupied West Bank, according to local sources. The army destroyed a Palestinian settlement in the al-Muarrajat region, east of Ramallah. "They destroyed us, we were left…

British foreign minister discusses Iran with Saudi crown prince

Britain's foreign minister Dominic Raab met with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in the kingdom on Monday and discussed Iran in addition to bilateral ties and climate change, the British foreign office said. The UK reaffirms our commitment…
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‘World knows who has really continued war,’ Afghanistan to Pakistan officials

Afghanistan's foreign ministry has hit back at Pakistani officials for their recent insinuating remarks and pointed out that the world was aware of who really continued the war in Afghanistan to keep its pace and that a blame-game will not…
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As U.S. troops leave Afghanistan, the Taliban say they won’t harm Afghans who worked for the U.S.

The Taliban on Monday called on Afghans who worked as interpreters or in other jobs for U.S.-led forces to show “remorse” for their actions but said they were not in danger now that American troops are leaving the country. The Taliban have…