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Hezbollah
Politics

Qatar caught red-handed again, dossier exposes terror funding to Hezbollah

A new dossier provided by a private security contractor, Jason G., exposed how Qatari royals have been funding the Lebanon-based Hezbollah, a proscribed terrorist organisation.

Palestine
Middle East

Palestinians say Israeli’s annexations plans still on track

While on the surface, Israel seems to have put its controversial annexation plans on hold, it is working behind the scenes to move forward with

Syria
News

Israel hits back at Hezbollah-backed militants in Syria

On Tuesday, after visiting one of its military bases on its northern border Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu issued a message for Lebanon-based Hezbollah who

beirut
Politics

While Beirut is still counting the victims, Turkey attacks Israel trying to hide its responsibilities

After a few hours of the huge explosion that devastated the heart of Beirut, Lebanon, the world expressed condolence and solidarity with the Lebanese people,

Libyan
Opinion

Why Turkish intervention in Libya damages Italy in particular?

While the Turks and mercenaries sent by the Sultan Recep Tayyip Erdogan to Libya are doing good and bad weather, Italy seems to have no

Liam Fox
World

Russia Targets British Officials To Get Hold Of Sensitive Government Data

The British Minister of Parliament Liam Fox is now under fire for having used an unofficial unsecured email id for communication of sensitive classified information.

Semih Terzi
News

Court Transcript exposed how Turkey-Qatar sponsorship of extremists in Syria caused Terzi’s death

The courtroom transcript availed by the Nordic Monitor website, revealed the true reason behind the killing of Turkish Brigadier General Semih Terzi. Terzi, one of

Microsoft
World

Microsoft in preliminary talks of purchasing TikTok in US, from China’s ByteDance

On Sunday, Microsoft revealed holding preliminary talks with Chinese company ByteDance in order to acquire the US arm of TikTok. The US tech giant confirmed

Tunisia
Politics

After Prime Minister resignation, Tunisia’s parliament speaker narrowly survived a confidence vote

The motion of no confidence against the president of Tunisian parliament, and leader of the local Islamic party Ennahdha, Rachid Ghannouchi, has not passed. With

Lebanon
Middle East

Aid eludes a Lebanon in crisis

With the country reeling under the worst economic crisis in decades, Lebanon remains dogged by sanctions and lack of aid. The international community maintains that