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Opinion: Iraq, Afghanistan Provide Lessons on US Weapons Flows

by James R. Webb There are a host of reasons, backed by historical examples, why sending more and more advanced weapons into Ukraine will not be a panacea. In fact, sending them might boomerang against the U.S. at some point. This is…
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Three children killed in Yemen as coalition steps up escalation

Three children were killed, and another was injured on 24 January in Saudi-led coalition airstrikes on Hodeidah province, a spokesman for the Ansarallah resistance movement was quoted as saying by Yemen’s Al-Masirah TV. “Three children…
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Blinken to discuss JCPOA during visit to Occupied Palestine

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken will visit Occupied Palestine and the West Bank next week for meetings with Zionist and Palestinian heads, a Palestinian official said Monday. Blinken is slated to hold meetings in Palestinian Occupied…
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Israel: restrictions on foreigners in West Bank increase Palestinian isolation, says HRW

Human Rights Watch (HRW) has criticised the new Israeli measures regarding the entry of foreigners to the occupied West Bank, saying that they threaten to isolate the Palestinians even more from loved ones and global civil society. The rights…
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Estonian Government seeking mandate to boost contribution to US-led Iraq operation

The Estonian government on Tuesday greenlit a proposal by Minister of Defense Hanno Pevkur (Reform) to seek a Riigikogu mandate for increasing Estonia's military contribution to the U.S.-led Operation Inherent Resolve (OIR) in Iraq to up to…
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US Reviewing Its Engagement With Taliban In Afghanistan

The US is reviewing its approach and engagement with the Taliban regime in context of the slew of human rights violations taking place in Afghanistan, a top official in the Biden administration has said, emphasising that Washington is actively…