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British Arms Sales to Saudi Arabian Regime Three Times Higher than Previously Thought, Investigation Finds

Britain has exported around three times as much weaponry and military equipment to fuel Saudi Arabia's war in Yemen than previously thought, according to a groundbreaking new investigation. The government’s official figures say ministers…
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Iran Denounces US ‘Interference’ as Cuba Rocked by Rare Protests

US foe Iran has accused the United States of “interference” in Cuba’s internal affairs after unprecedented protests hit the communist-ruled island which has been under US sanctions for decades. The protests erupted spontaneously in several…
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Over 1,500 Moroccans Joined Terrorist Groups in Syria, Iraq: Report

A Moroccan parliamentary report revealed on Tuesday that 1,659 Moroccans have joined various terrorist groups in Syria and Iraq. The report prepared by the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Moroccan Parliament seeks to determine the conditions…
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Intelligence Minister Underlines Iran’s Strong Ties with Iraq

Iran’s Intelligence Minister Mahmoud Alawi met with President Barham Saleh to convey Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei’s support for the Arab country’s security and stability. In the Wednesday meeting at the…
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Taliban Targeting Afghanistan’s Crucial Power, IT Infrastructure

When 30-year-old Ali Atayee enrolled for his first computer lessons as an Afghan refugee child growing up in Iran, he knew then this is what he would like to pursue as a career in his adult life. When he returned to Afghanistan in the years…
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China Welcomes US Withdrawal as a New Chance for Afghanistan

China says the withdrawal of U.S. and NATO forces from Afghanistan offers the country a new chance to take its destiny into its own hands, while calling for the resurgent Taliban to cut all ties with terrorist groups. Speaking Tuesday in Tajikistan’s…