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An American Official Told “The Wall Street Journal”: Iran Has Nothing to Do With the Attack on Abu Dhabi

An American official confirmed to the Wall Street Journal that "there is no suspicion that Iran was NOT involved in the attack on Abu Dhabi, and the Yemenis were the ones who launched the attack alone, given that the Emiratis are bombing their…
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Around 20 Killed in Deadliest Coalition Strikes on Yemen’s Sanaa since 2019

Air strikes by the Saudi-led coalition fighting Yemen's Houthi movement on the capital Sanaa killed at least 20 people overnight, including civilians, Houthi media and residents said, in one of its deadliest attacks since 2019.Around 14 people…
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US to hand over two stolen artefacts to Iraq

Iraq will receive two stolen artefacts dating back more than 4,000 years from US authorities this week, its foreign ministry announced on Tuesday.The pieces are made of clay with cuneiform writing. One is from the ancient city of Ur, while…
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Pakistan, Russia to stay in touch on Afghanistan

Pakistani and Russian leaders have exchanged views on the current humanitarian situation in Afghanistan.In a phone call on Monday, Prime Minister Imran Khan and President Vladimir Putin agreed to remain in close contact on Afghanistan.“The…
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Watchdog warned months before U.S. pullout Afghanistan’s air force would collapse

Months before President Joe Biden announced the U.S.'s complete withdrawal from Afghanistan last year, Washington's watchdog warned that the Afghan air force would collapse without critical American aid, training and maintenance. The report…
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Iran Demands Legal Pledge That U.S. Won’t Quit Nuclear Deal Again

As the Biden administration tries to revive the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, one of the biggest obstacles is Tehran’s demand that the U.S. provides a guarantee that it won’t again quit the pact and reimpose sanctions, diplomats involved in talks…
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Pakistan National Security Adviser to Conclude Visit to Afghanistan

Pakistan National Security Advisor Moeed Yusuf will conclude a visit to Afghanistan today, centered around tensions along the two nations’ shared border. Islamabad has taken issue with Taliban leadership ordering the removal of fencing. Officials…
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UN Scales up Assistance in Afghanistan after Taliban Takeover

UN humanitarians and partners have provided food assistance to more than 9 million Afghans since the Taliban takeover, said the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) on Monday. Humanitarians have since September 2021…
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Lavrov: The “Kurds” Should talk to Damascus, It Is Not Americans Who Determine the Fate of Syria

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov announced that Moscow's contacts with the Syrian Kurds are aimed at persuading them to launch a serious dialogue with the Damascus government instead of relying on the support of the United States.Lavrov…
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US Revenging Its Defeat in Afghanistan by Imposing Economic Sanctions on Country, Says China

The US has been defeated in Afghanistan and now the country revenges the Afghan people by imposing economic sanctions on them, said Chinese ambassador to Afghanistan Wang Yu on Saturday, reported local media. Washington is using freedom of…