Israeli Military Quits
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Google Worker Who Protested $1bn Contract with Israeli Military Quits After ‘Retaliation’

A Google employee who has been one of the most vocal critics of the company's billion-dollar contract with the Israeli military said on Tuesday that she would resign, saying that the tech giant tried to retaliate against her for her activism.…
Yemeni Energy Sector
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Saudi-Led Coalition Heavily Targeting Yemeni Energy Sector: Sanaa

The Electricity and Energy Ministry in the Sanaa government exposed Tuesday the Saudi-led coalition of aggression for the damages it inflicted on the Yemeni energy sector and the country's infrastructure during the war it has been waging on…
Baghdad's Green Zone After Powerful Cleric
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At Least 10 Killed in Clashes in Baghdad’s Green Zone After Powerful Cleric Announces Withdrawal from Politics

At least 10 people were killed and more than 200 injured in violent clashes that erupted in Baghdad's heavily fortified Green Zone on Monday, following an announcement by powerful Iraqi Shia cleric Muqtada al-Sadr that he was withdrawing from…
Nuclear Deal Unless IAEA Ends Investigations
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Iran Says No Return to 2015 Nuclear Deal Unless IAEA Ends Investigations

Negotiators from Iran and six world powers reportedly are close to agreeing on a revival of the 2015 nuclear deal, known as the JCPOA (Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action), which saw the U.S. and Europe roll back sanctions on Iran in return…
Taliban Set Off Fireworks to Celebrate Anniversary of US Withdrawal from Afghanistan
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Taliban Set Off Fireworks to Celebrate Anniversary of US Withdrawal from Afghanistan

Celebratory fireworks lit up the Kabul sky on Tuesday night on the first anniversary of the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan, which the Taliban are marking as ‘Freedom Day.’ The withdrawal, completed a minute before midnight local…
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Opinion: Analysis: A plan for Iraq

Salah Nasrawi  As the political crisis rages on and it is unclear what stakeholders will do next, Iraqis should work out what to do in order to prevent their country falling apart. As a last-ditch bid to find a way out of the ongoing…
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Biden To Ask for Approval For $1.1bn Arms Sale to Taiwan: Report

United States President Joe Biden plans to ask Congress to approve an estimated $1.1bn arms sale to the self-ruled island of Taiwan, including 60 anti-ship missiles and 100 air-to-air missiles, according to Politico.The package, which is still…
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Reestablishment of Relations Between Iran, Saudi Arabia Advantages Regional Safety

Iran’s President Ebrahim Raeisi says reestablishment and additional bolstering of relations between Iran and Saudi Arabia will profit regional safety. Raeisi made the comment in a Monday assembly with the visiting Iraqi International Minister…
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ABC, CBS, NBC Evening Newscasts Largely Abandon ‘Biden’s Afghanistan Disaster,’ Study Indicates

ABC, CBS and NBC have largely moved on from the Taliban taking Afghanistan back following the botched withdrawal of U.S. troops last August, as coverage on evening newscasts dropped to a measly seven seconds in July, according to a new study.Last…