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Russia, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan to hold drills near Afghan border amid Taliban offensivePolitics

Russia, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan to hold drills near Afghan border amid Taliban offensive

Russia, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan are set to hold military drills next month near the border with Afghanistan where the Taliban
France Denounces Morocco Spying on JournalistsPolitics

France Denounces Morocco Spying on Journalists

The French government denounced Monday what it described as ‘extremely shocking figures’ in the wake of several media outlets revealing
Iraqi National Security Service Arrest “ISIS” Baghdad LeaderMiddle East

Iraqi National Security Service Arrest “ISIS” Baghdad Leader

The Iraqi National Security Service (INSS) arrested ISIS’s “Governor of Baghdad” on Monday. The INSS said in its statement: “By
Ethiopia Completes Second Filling of Renaissance DamPolitics

Ethiopia Completes Second Filling of Renaissance Dam

Ethiopian media announced today, Monday, completing the second filling phase of the “Renaissance Dam” that Ethiopia is building on the
Khamenei: Our Peoples Should Resist Western ArrogancePolitics

Khamenei: Our Peoples Should Resist Western Arrogance

Iranian Leader Sayyed Ali Khamenei said that “the US and its cohorts are sensitive about the word resistance and have
Pegasus, “Israel’s” Trojan HorsePolitics

Pegasus, “Israel’s” Trojan Horse

In a world plagued with cyber insecurity, Pegasus stands out as the most powerful piece of spyware ever developed and to which the most
German interior minister rejects claim ‘systemic failure’ of govt responsible for high flood death tollSecurity

German interior minister rejects claim ‘systemic failure’ of govt responsible for high flood death toll

Germany’s interior minister has refuted opposition criticism that a “systemic failure” of government resulted in the high death toll in
Japanese composer pulls out of Olympic opening ceremony, amid outrage over bullying of disabled studentUncategorized

Japanese composer pulls out of Olympic opening ceremony, amid outrage over bullying of disabled student

Japanese composer Keigo Oyamada has pulled out of the opening ceremony of the Tokyo Olympics, amid controversy over decades-old interviews