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Armenia-Azerbaijan, new clashes on the border

Azerbaijan and Armenia accepted the Russian-mediated ceasefire, which ended the early morning clashes on the border between the two Caucasian countries that resulted in the


Tunisia, the Emir of Qatar calls Kais Saied to save Rachid Ghannouchi from justice

Resigning the government and freezing Parliament is comparable to a surgical operation but necessary for Tunisia. Getting rid of the Islamists, who for years had


In Tunis, Moroccan FM conveys King Mohammed VI’s message to Tunisian President

Moroccan Minister of Foreign Affairs Nasser Bourita on Tuesday flew to the Tunisian capital city amid ongoing political turmoil in the Arab nation. In Tunis,


Why Is China Expanding Its Missile Silo Capabilities?

Despite the world moving towards environmental concerns and global warming, there are nations busy massing up nuclear warheads. Satellite imagery collected by US agencies states

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Najib Mikati to form a new executive for Lebanon

Lebanese President Michel Aoun began consultations on Sunday, 26 July, to designate a new Prime Minister who will make the third attempt in a year


At least 57 migrants died in a shipwreck off the coast of Libya. Survivors: “Among the victims 20 women and two children”

Safa Msehli, the spokesperson for IOM, took Twitter to say that at least 57 migrants, including twenty women and two children, lost their lives in


UN rights council appoints 3-member commission to probe abuses in Israel-Palestine conflict

UN Human Rights Council has announced the appointment of three members to the Commission of Inquiry (COI) on the Occupied Palestinian Territory, including East Jerusalem,


Tunisia finally has a chance and is called Kais Saied

“I ask people to keep calm and not to give in to provocations. I don’t want to see even a single drop of blood.” Tunisian

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After 18 years, the US ends the combat mission in Iraq

Eighteen years after setting foot in the region – indeed, “boots on the ground” – the United States is decreasing its presence in Iraq. Washington


China blames US for stalemate in ties

China, on Monday, blamed the United States for a “stalemate” in two-way ties, accusing the latter of creating an “imaginary enemy” – setting a confrontational