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Double Standards Govern West’s Policy on Iran Missile Program: Expert

Alwaght– The United Nations Security Council met on Tuesday at the request of Britain and France to discuss Iran’s missile program. The meeting, ended without any resolution or statement, followed the comments by the US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo who claimed Tehran has recently tested a new mid-range ballistic ...

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Does Israeli Anti-Tunnel Operation Herald New War?

Alwaght– Yesterday, Israeli regime’s army launched a military operation in the northern border area with Lebanon, dubbed Blue Line. The move immediately called the attention of the regional and global media. The Blue Line area is a demarcation line separating the occupied Palestinian territories from Lebanon. The Line was drawn ...

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Three Reasons Why Turkish President Urged Saudis to End Yemen War

Alwaght– The deterioration of the humanitarian situation in Yemen and the frequent international organizations’ reports about the depth of the tragedy in the war-torn Arab state begin to unleash huge waves of global protests against the responsible countries and their supporters. The international outcry about the worsening situation in Yemen ...

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ISIS Leaders: Imprisoned or Harbored by US in Syria?

Alwaght– Over the past few days, as the clashes intensified between the US-backed Syrian Kurdish forces and the ISIS terrorists, reports emerged about detention of a number of senior ISIS commanders at the hands of US-backed Kurdish fighters in Deir ez-Zor. The Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), a predominantly Syrian Kurdish ...

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Is Britain’s Rule over Gibraltar Subject to Undermining after Brexit?

Alwaght– While Britain prepares to pull out of the European Union under a finalized Brexit deal, Spain has called for a solution for Gibraltar dispute, threatening that if no settlement is reached on the case, Madrid will veto the Brexit deal. The Spanish Foreign Minister Josep Borrell last week said ...

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G20 Summit: Big Changes, Small Chance of Success

Alwaght– Leaders of the globe’s largest economies, known as Group of 20 (G20), are gathering today in Buenos Aires, Argentina, for their 13th summit. The summit is taking place while it is overshadowed by a set of global issues. The world is now under the cloud of an intensified trade ...

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Stockholm Yemen Peace Talks: Challenges, Grounds

Alwaght– Yemen is witnessing new developments and after months-long aggression on the southern city of al-Hudaydah by the Saudi-led Arab forces, conflicting sides are talking about ceasefire. The British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt this week visited Saudi Arabia, the UAE, and then Tehran to discuss Yemen war ceasefire. The Yemeni ...

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Personal Business Ties: Trump Interests Help Clear Bin Salman of Khashoggi Killing

Alwaght– Days after the CIA concluded that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered the killing of the outspoken journalist Jamal Khashoggi at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, the world was expecting President Donald Trump to take punitive measures against the Saudi prince. To everyone’s frustration, the president supported the ...

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Why Is “Israel” Tossing a Lifeline to Jamal Khashoggi’s Killers?

Jackson Diehl As Saudi Arabia’s Mohammed bin Salman tries to escape consequences for the murder of Jamal Khashoggi, it has been revealing to see who has stepped forward to help him out. There have been fellow Arab dictators, such as Egypt’s Abdel Fatah al-Sissi. There have been cynical opportunists, like ...

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AFTERMATH OF MILITARY AND POLICE ATTACK ON FREE ZAKZAKY PROTESTERS IN ABUJA PROTOCOL

AFTERMATH OF MILITARY AND POLICE ATTACK ON FREE ZAKZAKY PROTESTERS IN ABUJA PROTOCOL Invited guests, men of the press, good afternoon, I welcomed you all to this press conference. This press conference is organize to update the public on grave atrocities and crimes committed by the Military and Nigerian Police ...

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