radicalise Afghanistan than Osama bin Laden
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The US did more to radicalise Afghanistan than Osama bin Laden

by : Amra Sabic-El-Rayess , ALJAZEERA Today Afghanistan is number one on the Global Terrorism Index, and we helped them get there. One recurring theme in the media coverage of the US pullout from Afghanistan is that after 20 years,…

Reasons behind the Emirati withdrawal from Yemen coast

It seems that the field map is becoming clear in the governorates of northern Yemen. With the approaching fall of the strategic city of Marib in the hands of the Yemeni army and the popular committees, the other fronts in Hudaydah and Mokha…
Britain and Emirate
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UK ‘must try to engage’ with ‘Islamic Emirate’ in Afghanistan: Boris Johnson

Amid the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said that Britain must engage with the current Taliban government to tackle the existing crisis in the country.Johnson made the remarks in response to…
US To End Combat Mission In Iraq
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US To End Combat Mission In Iraq This Year, Confirms Pentagon

The US military mission in Iraq will be completed before the end of this year during a meeting with his Iraqi counterpart Juma Inad, Pentagon confirmed on Saturday. "The United States will uphold the commitments it made during the July 2021…
Palestinians Welcome UN

Palestinians Welcome UN Resolution Affirming Its Sovereignety over Natural Resources

Palestine, on Friday, welcomed a resolution by the United Nations General Assembly that affirms Palestinian sovereignty over its natural resources, Anadolu News Agency reports. In a statement, Palestinian Foreign Minister, Riyad Al-Maliki…
Iran urges Germany

Iran urges Germany to act responsibly in protecting Iran’s diplomatic centers

Iran's Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh here on Saturday urged the German government to shoulder their absolute responsibility in providing security for Islamic Republic of Iran’s diplomatic centers there within the framework…
Washington remains committed to Middle East security
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Pentagon Chief Tries to Reassure Mideast Allies After Afghanistan Pullout

MANAMA, Bahrain—Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin sought to reassure allies that Washington remains committed to Middle East security, after the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan aggravated worries that it was abandoning the region. Addressing…