As Libya prepares for a stable political system, UN asks for exit of mercenaries

On Tuesday, United Nations urged for the exit of mercenaries and foreign fighters from Libya by Saturday as the war-torn nation started working towards a


US Suspected Air strikes launched pro-Iranian militants in southern Iraq

According to Iraqi media, several explosions were heard south of the Iraqi capital Bagdad. Reports say US or Israeli airstrikes may have targeted Iranian-backed militias


Houthis terror escalates humanitarian crisis in Yemen, officials accuse militia group of stealing food

Last week, the US administration designated Yemen’s Houthi group as foreign terrorist organization (FTO). The move came after series of violent attacks, and blocking and


Will Greece-Turkey talks bear fruit?

After months of intense tensions between Turkey and Greece over maritime borders and gas exploration rights and Turkish military agreements with Libya, Turkish and Greek


Turkey, Greece to hold new round of maritime talks on Jan 25

Turkey and Greece are all set to resume their exploratory talks on January 25 in Istanbul with the aim of reducing their territorial tensions. This


Iran bans entry of US, UK covid-19 vaccines, Iranian leader calls them ‘untrustworthy’

During a televised speech on Friday, Iranian supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said that Iran would not import the Covid-19 vaccines from US and UK.