Injured In Afghanistan Mosque Blast

Thirty-Three Dead and Dozens Injured In Afghanistan Mosque Blast

Thirty-three people are thought to have died in a blast at a mosque in Afghanistan's Kunduz province, according to the Taliban. Among the dead are children, according to Taliban spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid, while a further 43 people were injured…
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Julian Assange To Be Given Extradition Order In Three Days

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and his team received notice on April 2nd that the Westminster Magistrate’s Court will issue his extradition order to the United States on April 20th. “The order will then go to [U.K. Home Secretary Priti…
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Militants in Kashmir Using Warfare Devices Left By US in Afghanistan

As suspected by security experts, the gadgets used by the US-led allied forces during the warfare in Afghanistan have found their way to terror groups in J&K, officials said. Officials in the J&K security grid said over a dozen signatures…
Russia Accuses Israel of Using Ukraine as 'Distraction' From Palestine Issue
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Russia Accuses Israel of Using Ukraine as ‘Distraction’ From Palestine Issue

Russia condemned Israel on Friday for its "anti-Russian" remarks after Israeli Foreign Minister Yair Lapid defended his country's vote to suspend Moscow from the United Nations Human Rights Council. Russia's foreign ministry described Lapid's…
American War

The American war in Afghanistan: A History

by : Carter Malkasian , Amazon Link The American war in Afghanistan, which began in 2001, is now the longest armed conflict in the nation's history. It is currently winding down, and American troops are likely to leave soon ― but only…
Ukraine looming over talks

India, U.S. hold broad 2+2 discussions, with Ukraine looming over talks

India and the U.S. discussed a broad range of issues — from the COVID-19 response, supply chains and climate action to global and regional issues, but Russia’s war on Ukraine and its ramifications for the world, appeared to have been the…
Afghanistan war crimes

ADF documents show senior officers yet to face consequences for alleged Afghanistan war crimes

The Chief of the Defence Force has paused any internal disciplinary measures for senior army officers who failed to prevent alleged war crimes in Afghanistan, as the ADF waits for an official external investigation to be completed — something…
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Letter: When will U.S. investigate its own war crimes?

by : Letter to the editor , DAILY FREEMAN There is nothing our mainstream media loves better than a war crime — that is, a war crime committed by an enemy of the U.S. Crimes that can be traced back to our numerous invasions and occupations…
GCC secretary general

GCC secretary general meets with US, UN envoys to Yemen

The Secretary General of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), Dr. Nayef Al-Hajraf has stressed the bloc's support to international efforts aimed at dealing with the stranded Safer oil tanker and the importance of speeding up these…
Australian airstrike denied compensation

Iraqi man alleging 35 family members were killed by Australian airstrike denied compensation

An Iraqi man who alleges 35 family members were killed when an Australian airstrike targeting Islamic State instead obliterated a house where civilians were sheltering has been denied a compensation payment by the federal government. The…