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US Offers To Pay Family Of 10 Killed By "Mistake" In Afghan Drone Strike
In a statement the Pentagon also said it was working with the State Department to relocate to the United States any of those relatives who wish to leave Taliban-ruled Afghanistan.
Afghanistan women's junior football team granted UK visas
Afghanistan's women's junior football team and their immediate families will be relocated to Britain from Pakistan "shortly" after being granted visas by the UK government.
Revealed: Facebook’s Secret Blacklist of “Dangerous Individuals and Organizations”
Experts say the public deserves to see the list, a clear embodiment of U.S. foreign policy priorities that could disproportionately censor marginalized groups.
Iraq, Syria Terrorists "Actively" Entering Afghanistan: Vladimir Putin
Vladimir Putin has repeatedly warned about members of extremist groups exploiting political turmoil in Afghanistan to cross into neighbouring ex-Soviet countries as refugees.
UNHCR lauds 10 years of humanitarian partnership with SFD
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi received the CEO of Saudi Fund for Development (SFD) Sultan Bin Abdulrahman Al-Marshad at the UNHCR HQ here, in presence of Saudi Arabia’s Ambassador to the UN in Geneva Dr...
German Chancellor Bids Farewell To Israel After 16 Years Of Support
It is Angela Merkel's eighth and final visit to Israel as German chancellor, as she prepares to retire from politics.
The silence of Donald Trump: how Twitter’s ban is cramping his style
The former president used to have a direct line to 8 million followers – now he’s suing to get back on the platform he made his own
Captured, Killed or Compromised: C.I.A. Admits to Losing Dozens of Informants
Counterintelligence officials said in a top secret cable to all stations and bases around the world that too many of the people it recruits from other countries to spy for the U.S. are being lost.
Countries Like China, Pakistan Hunting Down CIA's Informants: Report
The New York Times said in a report that "top American counterintelligence officials warned every CIA station and base around the world last week about troubling numbers of informants recruited from other countries to spy for the United ...
US Now Has "Weak" Government , May End Up In "War" With China: Trump
The relations between China and the US are at an all time low. The two countries are currently engaged in a bitter confrontation over various issues,
Will Iraq's election expose US-Saudi endorsement of Sadr's drive to impose a prime minister?
Despite US President Joe Biden's scathing criticism of his predecessor's policies in Iraq and Afghanistan, he has not shied away from implementing them.
Turning on crypto means turning our backs on vulnerable millions
Remittances in Bitcoin help vulnerable people in unstable economies, like Afghanistan. Crypto regulation means cutting them off.
Donald Trump Goes To Court To Get His Twitter Account Back
Twitter and other social media banned Donald Trump from their platforms after a mob of pro-Trump supporters assaulted the US Congress building on January 6.
CIA plot to kidnap Assange in London is being mistakenly ignored | Patrick Cockburn
Assange and Jamal Khashoggi were targeted because they fulfilled the primary duty of journalists – telling the public what governments want to keep secret
We Now Know Why Biden Was in a Hurry to Exit Afghanistan
He made several missteps, but on the big picture, he was right.
We Asked Russia's 1980s Afghan War Vets To Judge The U.S. Exit. Here's What They Said
It has been more than a month since the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan, and Sergei Opalev is still trying to wrap his head around the chaotic end to America's 20-year war.
"I Am Free": Afghan Girls' Soccer Squad Finds New Home In Portugal
Sarah was one of several players from Afghanistan's national female youth soccer squad who fled in fear after the Taliban seized power in August.
'The most important lesson I learned': Fmr. Gen. David Petraeus on the Vietnam War, Iraq and Afghanistan
David Petraeus on the lessons of the Vietnam War and their impact on the senior military leadership
Saudi Prince Turki al-Faisal’s new revelations on Afghanistan
The absence of any prior relationship with the Taliban would allow Saudi Arabia to deal more freely with the new situation in Afghanistan.
White House aide discusses Yemen with Saudi crown prince
U.S. President Joe Biden's national security adviser, Jake Sullivan, had a detailed discussion about the war in Yemen on Tuesday in a meeting with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, a senior administration official said.
War Crimes Prosecutor Would Not Focus On US Forces In New Afghan Probe
A statement said the request was being made to the court's judges in light of developments since the Islamist Taliban movement seized control of Afghanistan in a lightning advance last month.
Afghanistan, Myanmar Will Not Address UN General Assembly
The move comes amid competing claims for Afghanistan's UN seat in New York after the Taliban seized power last month.
United States of America - President Addresses UN General Debate, 76th Session
Joe Biden, President of the United States of America addresses the general debate of the 76th Session of the General Assembly of the United Nations (New York, 21-27 September 2021). “US military power must be our tool of last resort, ...
"World Is Watching Them": US Condemns Taliban Plan To Resume Executions
US State Department spokesperson Ned Price said the US stands with the Afghan people, especially with members of minority groups
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