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Loya Jirga Approves Release of 400 Taliban Prisoners             íLess Than 5,000í Troops in Afghanistan by Late Nov: Esper             Whatís Behind Trump Election Delay Proposal?            The donation of the blood plasma from HWPL is a great sacrifice, the messages sent            Iraqi PM orders swift investigation into deadly Baghdad protest            US mayors urge Congress to block Trump federal deployment against protesters            Malaysiaís ex-PM Najib Razak found guilty on all corruption charges            Armed resistance sole way to end Saudi-led war on Yemen: Ansarullah            Russia intercepts another US spy plane over Black Sea            North Koreaís nuclear weapons deter another war on country: Leader Kim             Fossil fuel industry supporting US police groups cracking down on protests            Trump national security adviser Robert OíBrien has Coronavirus             Protests in Portland enter 60th day with no sign of stopping            Political activists worry about aspects of impending Afghan peace talks            US-occupied Iraqi base struck by three rockets: Reports            


Barakah Power Plant; New UAE Security Weak Spot

The United Arab Emirates has begun start-up operations in the initial unit of its first nuclear power plant, the Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC) said on Saturday. The nuclear power plant will provide one-fourths...



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Barakah Power Plant; New UAE Security Weak Spot

The United Arab Emirates has begun start-up operations in the initial unit of its first nuclear power plant, the Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC) said on Saturday. The nuclear power plant will provide one-fourths of the Arab countryís electricity after three of its other units start operation. But...




Loya Jirga Approves Release of 400 Taliban Prisoners

The Loya Jirga, the grand assembly, in a resolution issued on Sunday approved the release of the 400 Taliban prisoners in an aim to quickly start the intra-Afghan talks and bring about a ceasefire and an end to the nationís war. The resolution, which has 25 articles, was issued at todayís Loya Jirga...




íLess Than 5,000í Troops in Afghanistan by Late Nov: Esper

The United States plans to cut its troop levels in Afghanistan to "a number less than 5,000" by the end of November, Defense Secretary Mark Esper said in an interview broadcast on Saturday, Reuters reported. Esper added detail to remarks President Donald Trump made earlier this week. The US will...




Whatís Behind Trump Election Delay Proposal?

While less than 100 days separate the US from the presidential elections, President Donald Trump in surprising words suggested in a tweet on Thursday that the vote be delayed "until people can properly, securely and safely vote." He made the suggestion as he believes that in the mail-in voting the...




The donation of the blood plasma from HWPL is a great sacrifice, the messages sent

Dr. Jagdish Gandhi, Founder of City Montessori School(CMS) City Montessori School (CMS), the worldís largest school by Guinness Book of World Records, founded in 1959 in Lucknow, India. Dr. Jagdish Gandhi, the founder of CMS announced a statement after hearing about voluntary donation of plasma of 4,000...




Iraqi PM orders swift investigation into deadly Baghdad protest

Iraqi demonstrators clash with security forces during a protest over poor public services in the capital Baghdad on July 27, 2020. (Photo by Reuters) Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi has ordered police to launch a swift probe into the deaths of two protesters during clashes with security forces...




US mayors urge Congress to block Trump federal deployment against protesters

A protester is sprayed by federal agents during a protest against racial inequality in Portland, US, on July 18, 2020, in this still image obtained from a social media video. (Photo by Reuters) Several US mayors have urged Congress to halt President Donald Trumpís deployment of federal forces to their...




Malaysiaís ex-PM Najib Razak found guilty on all corruption charges

Former Malaysian prime minister Najib Razak arrives at the High Court in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on July 28, 2020. (Photo by Reuters) Malaysiaís former prime minister Najib Razak has been found guilty of corruption over the misappropriation of state funds. High Court Judge Mohd Nazlan Mohd Ghazali...




Armed resistance sole way to end Saudi-led war on Yemen: Ansarullah

Smoke billows following an airstrike by the Saudi-led coalition in the Yemeni capital Sanaía, on July 1, 2020. (Photo by AFP) In an interview with the Yemeni army media, the spokesman of Yemenís Houthi Ansarullah movement, Mohammed Abdul-Salam, says all chances for ending war have been undermined by...




Russia intercepts another US spy plane over Black Sea

The photo shows the US spy P-8 Poseido intercepted by Russian. Russia has intercepted a US spy plane over the Black Sea, the third such incident in less than a week, the Russian Defense Ministry says. Russian Su-27 intercepted a US reconnaissance plane today over the Black Sea as close encounters...




North Koreaís nuclear weapons deter another war on country: Leader Kim

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un attends the 6th National Conference of War Veterans during the 67th anniversary of the Korean War armistice, in the capital, Pyongyang, on July 27, 2020. (Photo by Reuters) North Koreaís leader Kim Jong-un says the country now has "absolute might" thanks to its nuclear...




Fossil fuel industry supporting US police groups cracking down on protests

A large group of United States protesters march in Seattle in support of Black Lives Matter and against police brutality and racial injustice on July 25, 2020. [AP photo] The fossil fuel industryís big corporations, such as Chevron, Shell, Wells Fargo and Marathon Petroleum have been accused of funding...




Trump national security adviser Robert OíBrien has Coronavirus

US President Donald Trumpís National Security Adviser Robert OíBrien tested positive for Covid-19 but the White House said his infection poses no risk to the president or Vice President Mike Pence. OíBrien, 54, the closest person to the president known to have contracted the disease, has been out of...




Protests in Portland enter 60th day with no sign of stopping

Portland marked the 60th consecutive day of anti-racism protests on Sunday with yet another clash between protesters and authorities near the cityís federal courthouse. Hundreds of protesters were seen gathering outside of the courthouse around 22:30. Demonstrators chanted slogans, and waved message...




Political activists worry about aspects of impending Afghan peace talks

Pressure is mounting on the Afghan government to include representatives from various civil bodies and political parties in its impending peace talks with Taliban militants. Political parties and civil activists, including women rights activists, express concerns that their rights may not be discussed...




US-occupied Iraqi base struck by three rockets: Reports

In this file photo taken on December 29, 2014, US soldiers walk around at the Taji base complex which hosts Iraqi and US troops and is located thirty kilometers north of the capital Baghdad. (Photo by AFP) Iraqís Taji military base, which is occupied by American forces, has been attacked by at least...




Rare Hawaiian hurricane brushes islands

Hurricane Douglas bore down on Hawaii on Sunday (July 26) packing torrential rains and damaging winds as it churned just east of the islands in the central Pacific, forecasters said, with one local leader urging residents to be prepared for the worst.     Parts of the country are cleaning...




English Premier League: Leicester City 0-2 Manchester United

In the English Premier League, Manchester United have guaranteed a place in the UEFA Champions League next season, after beating Leicester City 2-0 at the King Power Stadium. The Red Devils needed a point from their final match of the season to finish in the top 4, and managed to break the deadlock...




Taliban seek to control aid agencies, private companies in Afghanistan

The file photo, taken on May 22, 2020, shows volunteers carrying relief aid for distribution to families who fell victim to an attack by militants at a maternity ward on the outskirts of Kabul, Afghanistan. (By AFP) The Taliban militant group wants national and international organizations operating...




Afghanistan Cricket CEO sacked for Ďmisbehaviorí

The Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) on Monday sacked its CEO, Lutfullah Stanikzai, over performance issues. In a letter to Stanikzai, which was published on the ACBís website, and signed by Farhan Yousefzai, the boardís chairman, Stanikzai was told his last day in office was Wednesday, July 29. Reasons...




One Killed, Two Wounded in Kabul Blast

At least one person was killed and two others were wounded in a magnetic mine blast that targeted a police vehicle in Kabul city on Tuesday morning, Kabul police said in a statement. The incident happened around 7:15 am local time in Badam Bagh area in PD4 of Kabul city on Tuesday morning, the statement...




MBRKA to be awarded to entities fighting epidemics

Under the directives of HH Sheikh Ahmed bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum,Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Mohammed bin Rashid Al MaktoumKnowledge Award (MBRKA), the MBRKAís Board of Trustees held a virtual meeting onJuly 2 nd , 2020. Chaired by His Excellency Jamal bin Huwaireb Vice Chairman...




Eight in 10 Americans believe country headed in wrong direction: Poll

US President Donald Trump (File photo) More Americans view negatively the direction of their country than at any point during Republican Donald Trumpís tenure as president, a new poll shows. According to the poll from the Associated Press and the NORC Centre for Public Affairs Research, almost eight...




Saudis take madrassa-building spree to Afghanistan: Report

This file photo shows children at a Saudi-funded madrassa in Pakistan. Saudi Arabia is to build as many as 600 madrassas in Afghanistan following its experience in neighboring Pakistan where such schools have become synonymous with creating terrorists through extremist Takfiri teachings. The schools...




Rohingya refugees feared dead found alive on Malaysian islet

This photo, taken on June 26, 2020, shows Rohingya refugees from Myanmar looking from behind iron bars at a detention center in Lhokseumawe, Indonesia. (By AFP) Twenty-six Rohingya refugees who had been feared drowned while trying to swim ashore on the Malaysian resort island of Langkawi were found...




Indiaís Modi to lay foundation stone for Hindu temple at site of demolished mosque

The general view of the site of the 16th-century Babri Mosque, which was demolished by Hindu mobs 28 years ago, in Ayodhya, in northern India (photo by AP) Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to attend a ceremony to start the controversial construction of a Hindu temple at the site of a...




Diplomatic tensions: China confirms closure of US consulate in Chengdu

A member of security personnel stands guard in front of the former US consulate building in Chengdu, Sichuan Province, China, on July 27, 2020. (Photo by Reuters) China has officially announced that the United Statesí consulate in Chengdu has been closed down and that Chinese authorities have now taken...




Reversal of quarantine for travelers from Spain causes a sense of ďpanic and loss of controlĒ

Passengers arrive at an airport in the United Kingdom on June 15, 2020 as Easyjet resumes flights for the first time since the March coronavirus lockdown. (AFP photo) Ministers have been seen as responsible for the sense of "panic and loss of control" as a consequence of the sudden decision to do away...




American flag lowered at US consulate in Chengdu: China state media

Police stand guard in front of the US consulate in Chengdu on July 26, 2020. (Photo by EPA-EFE) The American flag was lowered at the United States consulate in Chengdu on Monday (July 27), days after Beijing ordered it to close in retaliation for the shuttering of the Chinese consulate in Houston. Footage...




Afghan govt. under criticism over alleged pandemic budget misuse

New remarks by an Afghan high inspector have confirmed widespread speculations across Afghanistan over governmentís alleged misuse of the budgets earmarked for battling Covid 19 pandemic in the country. Over the past months, delayed salary payments to doctors, shortages of protective gear for the...




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Barakah Power Plant; New UAE Security Weak Spot

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íLess Than 5,000í Troops in Afghanistan by Late Nov: Esper

Whatís Behind Trump Election Delay Proposal?

The donation of the blood plasma from HWPL is a great sacrifice, the messages sent

Iraqi PM orders swift investigation into deadly Baghdad protest

US mayors urge Congress to block Trump federal deployment against protesters

Malaysiaís ex-PM Najib Razak found guilty on all corruption charges

Armed resistance sole way to end Saudi-led war on Yemen: Ansarullah

Russia intercepts another US spy plane over Black Sea

North Koreaís nuclear weapons deter another war on country: Leader Kim

Fossil fuel industry supporting US police groups cracking down on protests

Trump national security adviser Robert OíBrien has Coronavirus

Protests in Portland enter 60th day with no sign of stopping

Political activists worry about aspects of impending Afghan peace talks

US-occupied Iraqi base struck by three rockets: Reports

Rare Hawaiian hurricane brushes islands

English Premier League: Leicester City 0-2 Manchester United

Taliban seek to control aid agencies, private companies in Afghanistan

Afghanistan Cricket CEO sacked for Ďmisbehaviorí

One Killed, Two Wounded in Kabul Blast

MBRKA to be awarded to entities fighting epidemics

Eight in 10 Americans believe country headed in wrong direction: Poll

Saudis take madrassa-building spree to Afghanistan: Report

Rohingya refugees feared dead found alive on Malaysian islet

Indiaís Modi to lay foundation stone for Hindu temple at site of demolished mosque

Diplomatic tensions: China confirms closure of US consulate in Chengdu

Reversal of quarantine for travelers from Spain causes a sense of ďpanic and loss of controlĒ

American flag lowered at US consulate in Chengdu: China state media

Afghan govt. under criticism over alleged pandemic budget misuse

Hanna pummels Texas coast with strong winds, heavy rain

Over 60 killed in fresh violence in Sudanís Darfur: UN

Portland Black Lives Matter protesters clash with armed federal agents

Israeli military says its drone crashed in Lebanon

Trump banned from using Reaganís name to raise money for 2020 vote

Afghan Army Chopper Makes Emergency Landing in Helmand

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