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Saudi foreign minister sees progress to end Yemen conflict

On Wednesday, Saudi Arabia’s foreign minister said  progress was being made towards ending the Yemen conflict, in which Riyadh leads a military coalition, but more work was needed, including reinstating a truce and transitioning to a…
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The US holds Iraq hostage with the dollar

In an effort to combat rampant corruption in Iraq, the US has implemented several strict measures, including sanctions on Iraqi banks and the rationing of dollars. Rather than dissuade smuggling and fraud, the measures are only exacerbating…
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British Government Hides Behind False Human Rights When Criticizing Iran

The UK government has just imposed over 40 new sanctions, which for most purposes are ineffective, on Tehran, hiding behind concerns about Human Rights violations. Instead of being transparent about the nature of the sanctions and why they…
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Iran-Pak border disputes result of Islamabad’s ties with US and Saudi Arabia: Report

Pakistan and Iran were under attacks orchestrated by terror groups located in borders, the Policy Research Group reported. This is not the first time that both countries are in a conflict owing to terror groups located in borders, the report…
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Opinion: A New U.S.-Pakistan Relationship Is Emerging

by Touqir Hussain Both sides are keen to move forward after a decade of contentious engagement that brought the relationship to one of its lowest points in history. US.-Pakistan relations are on the mend. It isn’t clear how…
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Afghan soldier seeking asylum in US remains jailed after border arrest

Abdul Wasi Safi kept documents detailing his time as an Afghan soldier who worked with the U.S. military close to him as he made the monthslong, treacherous journey from Brazil to the U.S.-Mexico border. He fled Afghanistan fearing retribution…