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Opinion: Drug Addiction, Another U.S. Legacy in Afghanistan

For 12 years, Shah Agha, 42, drove trucks for a U.S. company transporting supplies for U.S. forces. Life as a trucker was an endless road of pain and suffering. He was under constant fear of violence, both from Afghan militias attacking…
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2.5mn Children, 1.5mn Mothers Suffer from Malnutrition in Yemen, Rights Group Warns

In Yemen, some four million women and children are suffering from malnutrition due to the Saudi-led war on the impoverished country, a human rights organization has said. In a statement on Thursday, cited by Yemen’s Arabic-language al-Masirah…
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A Recurring Story: Looting Syrian oil, US Forces Smuggle Dozens of Tankers into Iraq

The United States has smuggled a new batch of stolen Syrian oil into Iraq, continuing to plunder Syria’s natural resources through a number of illegal border crossings. “A convoy of the US occupation forces, consisting of 88 tankers…
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Result of US Nation Building: Afghanistan Unhappiest Country in the World

A new survey conducted by global research foundation Gallup ranks Afghanistan the unhappiest country in the world, with Lebanon following. According to a BBC report, people of these two countries live in indigence compared to the people…
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US plans to open new military testing facility in Saudi Arabia: Report

The US military's Central Command is working on plans to open a new testing facility in Saudi Arabia, NBC News reported on Friday, citing three unidentified US defence officials. The site will test new systems to counter Unmanned Aerial…
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Iran calls on Arab League to focus on Israel’s crimes not on Tehran

The Arab League states have a "lack of understanding" of regional developments and "what is going on in the region", the spokesperson of Iran's Ministry of Foreign Affairs said yesterday. Nasser Kanaani was responding to a statement released…