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British man abducted in Idlib has been living off UK charity donations since 2012INVESTIGATIONS

British man abducted in Idlib has been living off UK charity donations since 2012

Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator Tauqir Sharif was abducted from his residence in Idlib, near the Turkish border, on
Turkey is preparing to open a Pandora’s box in LibyaMiddle East

Turkey is preparing to open a Pandora’s box in Libya

Ankara’s actions could lead to a humanitarian disaster By Jonathan Smith Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Anwar Gargash, of
The new US sanctions escalate the suffering of the Syrian peopleMiddle East

The new US sanctions escalate the suffering of the Syrian people

Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator The Editorial Board of The Washington Post published an opinion on June 24, “Syria’s
Europe Could Face Oil Crisis as Crude Extraction Declines, Think Tank ClaimsEconomy

Europe Could Face Oil Crisis as Crude Extraction Declines, Think Tank Claims

The global oil industry suffered a major blow in 2020 after the coronavirus pandemic sent world crude demand and prices
Trump Says Some US Troops Cut in Germany Will ‘Probably’ Move to PolandPolitics

Trump Says Some US Troops Cut in Germany Will ‘Probably’ Move to Poland

US President Donald Trump claims that some of the US troops removed from Germany over Berlin’s alleged delinquent payments to
Dow Plummets 710 Points as US Experiences Spike in COVID-19 CasesEconomy

Dow Plummets 710 Points as US Experiences Spike in COVID-19 Cases

US stocks took a massive plunge on Wednesday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average index falling more than 700 points
Yemen on latest raid: All missiles, drones hit intended targets in Saudi ArabiaMiddle East

Yemen on latest raid: All missiles, drones hit intended targets in Saudi Arabia

Yemen’s Houthi Ansarullah movement has said that all missiles and drones used in the army’s latest raid precisely hit their targets in
European stocks slide amid fears of new coronavirus waveEconomy

European stocks slide amid fears of new coronavirus wave

A surge in the number of coronavirus infections around the world has pushed European stocks down from a two-week high