In an article published on the 5th July, the US announced that it had left Bagram Air Base. The website Al Jazeera reported1 that, “The United States left Afghanistan’s Bagram Airfield after nearly 20 years by shutting off the electricity and slipping away in the night without notifying the base’s new Afghan commander, who discovered […]
Prime Minister Imran Khan and Chief of the Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Thursday called out India over its continuous “inhuman military siege” and “unprecedented oppression” in occupied Kashmir. Their rebuke came as the country observed Youm-e-Istehsal Kashmir (The Day of Exploitation) to mark two years since New Delhi stripped the valley of its […]
Headlines: The Battle for Infrastructure China-Russia Military Exercises Saudi Clampdown
The United States wants Pakistan to keep its borders with Afghanistan open for Afghan refugees. A senior State Department official while briefing journalists on the new US refugee admission programme for Afghan nationals said, “So, in a place like Pakistan, it’ll be important that their borders remain open.” [Dawn]
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov considers the Taliban members to be quite sane people, since, according to him, they do not intend to create an emirate in Afghanistan based on Sharia.
On Tuesday, August 3, US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken, over a phone conversation with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, reiterated the United States’ strong and enduring commitment to Afghanistan. The statement of the US State Department declared that both sides in addition to condemning the Taliban attacks (as a result of which the people’s life […]
On July 28, 2021, at noon, forest fires occurred at 4 different points in Antalya’s Manavgat district. 960 personnel, 1 aircraft, 1 UAV, 19 helicopters, 201 water sprinklers, 30 earth movers and 30 water tenders are responding to fires… Houses in areas that could be affected by fire were evacuated. 320 cattle, 3,000 sheep and […]
Headlines: US Wants Pakistan to Keep Afghan Border Open for DPs The Wheel Risks Turning Full Circle in Afghanistan When the Chips are Down: Biden’s Semiconductor War
Every election season in Kenya brings about new political alliances. As next poll draws closer, the political class are engaging in the formulation on new alliances as the presidential tenure of Uhuru Kenyatta comes to an end.
On 28 July 2021, the economic advisory wing of the finance ministry declared in its Monthly Economic Outlook (MEO) for July that, “In the transition towards a higher potential growth level, pressure can be built on external accounts, calling for close monitoring to ensure that the new growth strategy is sustainable.”
Headlines: * Tunisia: U.S. Calls On Tunisia to Finalise Negotiations with IMF As Soon As Possible * Afghan Government Facing ‘Existential Crisis’ * The US and China say They want to Avoid Military Conflict, but no One can Agree on How * US Step Up Airstrikes Against Taliban * Egypt to Increase Bread Prices * […]
On 30th July 2021, the Chief Minister of Sindh, Pakistan imposed a strict lockdown in Karachi, Pakistan, the most populated Muslim city in the world, claiming it to be done for controlling the spread of the coronavirus. Along with imposing a ban on pillion motorcycle riding and shutting down markets, the rulers also limited time […]
The global economic recovery continues, but at the same time the gap between prosperous countries and countries with developing and emerging markets is widening. This warning was issued by the International Monetary Fund.(Source:ru.euronews)
After Afghanistan failure, Biden Seeks to Strengthen US in Iraq This week, US President Joe Biden received Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi in Washington. The media is highlighting Biden’s announcement of the end of the US combat mission in Iraq and its conversion to a training and support mission at the end of the year. […]
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Uzbekistan reported: “On July 15, 2021, in Tashkent, representatives of the United States of America, Uzbekistan, Afghanistan and Pakistan decided to create a new quadripartite platform for consultations.
On 17 July 2021, the Interior Minister, Sheikh Rashid, stated that a 15-member team of Chinese investigators has joined the ongoing investigations into the Dasu bus explosion of 14 July, in which nine Chinese citizens were killed. He said, “We completely reassure the Chinese government that these culprits, hidden hands and enemies of CPEC and […]
Headlines: India Reaches Out to the Taliban UK Sends Ships to Counter China US, Allies Condemn China for ‘Malicious’ Cyber Activity
Today, a CNN headline read: “’They’re not going to f*****g succeed’: Top generals feared Trump would attempt a coup after election,” which is a stunning quote from a new book about former president Trump that is due to be released next week. The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs, General Mark Milley, was so fearful of […]
The Energy and Water Utilities Regulatory Authority in Tanzania (EWURA) has issued the new wholesale and retail Cap Prices for petroleum products to be applied in Tanzania Mainland effective from Thursday, 01/07/2021, following the amendments on the Finance Act 2021 upon which fuel levy has increased by Tsh 100 for each one litre of petrol, […]
On 5 July 2021, US forces under the cover of the night abandoned its key air base in Bagram. Despite the two-decade long occupation US officials had no confidence in the forces it’s been training and did not even officially hand over the base to the Afghan forces. The situation today is the very enemy […]
Headlines: Erdogan Reached Out to the Zionist Entity Taliban win the Battle but Will They Now Lose the Political Battle Europe’s Belt and Road Initiative U.S., Afghanistan, Pakistan Uzbekistan Create Platform for Regional Cooperation India is Scrambling to Get on the Taliban’s Good Side China Weighs Risk and Reward in a Taliban-Led Afghanistan
Canadian protesters have torn down and defaced statues of Queen Victoria and Elizabeth II in anger over the historical treatment of indigenous people. Demonstrators gathered in Winnipeg, Manitoba to highlight abuses under Canada’s residential schools system, which saw at least 150,000 indigenous children forced away from their families to assimilate them into Canadian society.
At the introduction meeting of “4th National Action Plan with the Struggle Against violence to women” President Erdogan underlined the following words: “It should be remembered that the struggle against violence against women is also the struggle to protect the right, law and honour of our mother, wife and daughter, each of whom is a […]
Headlines: • Taliban say They Control 85pc of Afghanistan • Chinese FM to Visit Central Asia on SCO Mission for Afghan Peace • US says Shared Interests with Pakistan Go Beyond Afghanistan Taliban say They Control 85pc of Afghanistan Taliban officials said on Friday the insurgent group had taken control of 85 per cent of […]
The Hungarian government has passed a new law banning the sharing of material and teachings about LGBT to children under the age of 18, in education, films and commercials. The Hungarian government has faced subsequent, harsh criticism from countries in Western Europe.
People’s Artist of Uzbekistan Yodgor Sadiev criticized the wearing of a beard by Uzbek youth, calling it a devilish manifestation. The proper video was posted on the Internet on June 17.
Headlines: Turkey Inaugurates Bloc from Balkans to Chinese Border Japan to Defending Taiwan with the US Syria: US Stealing Grain and Oil & Building Up Military Bases Turkey Inaugurates Bloc From Balkans to Chinese Border Turkey recently hosted and led several military exercises with the word Anatolian (Anadolu) as part of their code names, two […]
10 international human rights organizations, including Human Rights Watch, have called the UN and relevant countries to take final action, noting that the country’s government has failed to address widespread allegations of torture and ill-treatment in custody against Bangladesh’s security forces. The statement also stated that the brutal treatment of detainees by law enforcement and […]
In mid-June this year, there were reports of kidnappings of girls and adults. These incidents have raised serious concerns for citizens who are now forced to turn to social media to find missing relatives.
It is difficult for a day to go by without China making the news, whether it is its GDP, aircraft carriers, artificial intelligence, its dams, bullet trains or megacities. There is no denying that China grabs a lot of headlines. On 1 July 2021, China’s sole political party – the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) celebrated […]