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U.S. Spent Billions on Afghanistan and Failed to Build a Sustainable Economy

by : Sune Engel Rasmussen and Josh Mitchell , The WALL STREET JOURNAL KABUL—The U.S. spent $145 billion over two decades in Afghanistan to turn one of the poorest nations on earth into a self-sustaining economy—the boldest effort this…
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Iran Asked U.S. To Unfreeze $10 Billion to Show Good Will, Iran Official Says

Iran's foreign minister said on Saturday that U.S. officials tried to discuss restarting nuclear talks last month, but he insisted Washington must first release $10 billion of Tehran's frozen funds as a sign of good will. Iran has rejected…
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Kuwait Calls for Holding Occupation Responsible For Violations in Palestine

The international community should always be reminded to hold Zionist occupation forces accountable for violating international law in occupied Palestinian territories so they know they “do not have green light” for their crimes, the State…
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Iraq Hopes for ‘Major Breakthrough’ in Iran-Saudi Talks: President Salih

Talks between Iran and Saudi Arabia have made little progress, but Iraq hopes for a major breakthrough, President Barham Salih said Saturday. “Iraq and the region need that [breakthrough],” Salih said in an interview with Al Arabiya that…
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International Economic Projects Will Help Stabilize Afghanistan — Turkmen Leader

Afghanistan's participation in major international infrastructure projects will help stabilize the situation in the country and support its economy, President of Turkmenistan Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov said in an interview with TASS."The most…
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US ‘Sooner or Later’ Must Recognise Taliban: Pakistan PM Khan

Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan has said the United States government will “sooner or later” have to recognise the Taliban, which now rules Afghanistan. In a televised interview with the Turkish-state affiliated TRT World, Khan said…