Behind the secret making of a narco-state US operates in Afghanistan
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Behind the secret making of a narco-state US operates in Afghanistan

By Xin Ping, Global Times The Western media have devoted their front page to the “dire humanitarian situation” in Afghanistan. With words like “crisis,” “desperation” and “starvation” making headlines, the Afghans have finally…
Iran demands assurance US will not pull out of nuclear deal
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Iran Demands Assurance US Will Not Pull Out Of Nuclear Deal

Iran on Monday demanded US guarantees it will never again pull out of the 2015 nuclear accord and warned Tehran will not accept any partial return to the deal. Washington "must guarantee that no other American government can flout the world…
Palestinian activists’ mobile phones hacked using NSO spyware
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Palestinian Activists’ Mobile Phones Hacked Using NSO Spyware, Says Report

The mobile phones of six Palestinian human rights defenders, some of whom work for organizations that were recently – and controversially – accused by Israel of being terrorist groups, were previously hacked by sophisticated spyware made…
Russian diplomat points to Warsaw’s role in invasion of Iraq amid crisis with its migrants
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Russian Diplomat Points to Warsaw’s Role in Invasion of Iraq amid Crisis with Its Migrants

Instead of lashing out at Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko over the crisis with Iraqi migrants on the border with Poland, Polish politicians should think back to Poland’s role in the invasion of Iraq, Russian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman…
U.S. says worried about increase in attacks by ISIS-K in Afghanistan
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U.S. Says Worried About Increase in Attacks by ISIS-K in Afghanistan

The United States is worried about an uptick in attacks by Islamic State's affiliate in Afghanistan and remains deeply concerned about al Qaeda's ongoing presence there, U.S. Special Representative for Afghanistan Tom West said on Monday. West…
US Envoy Starts Trip to Discuss Way Forward on Crisis-hit Afghanistan
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US Envoy Starts Trip to Discuss Way Forward on Crisis-hit Afghanistan

The United States’ special representative for Afghanistan Monday began his first trip to Europe and Asia to discuss developments in the South Asian nation, where almost 23 million people, including children, are threatened with starvation.…