Afghanistan And USA
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Outside Looking in: After Afghanistan, U.S. Scrambles for Bases in Central Asia

By Ben Wolfgang , The Washington Times President Biden is racing to find partners in Central Asia willing to host U.S. troops, equipment and intelligence assets that the Pentagon says are vital to keep al Qaeda, ISIS and other extremist…
Yemeni children
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75% of Yemeni Children Suffer From Acute Malnutrition: WHO

Seventy-five per cent of Yemeni children suffer from acute malnutrition, the World Health Organisation (WHO) said today. In a Twitter post, the UN body added that 16.2 million – more than half of the country's population of 30 million –…
Morocco's Support for Palestine

King Mohammed VI Reaffirms Morocco’s Support for Palestine

King Mohammed VI has again reaffirmed Morocco's constant support for the Palestinian cause. The monarch expressed Morocco's position in a congratulatory message to the President of the State of Palestine, Mahmoud Abbas, on the occasion of the…
illegal push of migrants

EU Approves Fresh Sanctions on Belarus over ‘Illegal Push of Migrants’

The EU is to target airlines, travel agencies and individuals in Belarus involved in an “illegal push of migrants”, the EU’s top diplomat Josep Borrell said on Monday, amid a growing humanitarian crisis that the EU says has been orchestrated…
US Supports ISIS
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Iran’s Special Envoy for Afghanistan Visits Kabul, Says U.S. Supports ISIS

Iran's special envoy for Afghanistan said on Monday that after the defeat in Afghanistan, the United States is trying to support the ISIS terrorist group, IRNA reported. "The aggressor country, which intended to rule Afghanistan for the past…
Afghanistan’s Future
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Envoys from U.S., Russia, China Meet in Pakistan to Discuss Afghanistan’s Future

Pakistan on Thursday hosted talks with special envoys from the United States, Russia and China on the path forward for Afghanistan, where a deepening humanitarian crisis has forced many Afghans to migrate to neighboring countries since the…