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Iran confirms first cases of coronavirus for two old men             Hekmatyar Rejects Results: Ghani Chose íPath of Crisisí             Election íImposedí on Afghans Serves Foreigners: Karzai             Attorney General Barr considering quitting over Trump tweets: Source             Turkeyís Erdogan threatens Ďimminentí Syria operation, sparks Russian warning             US Senator Sanders calls Saudi Arabiaís rulers Ďmurderous thugsí             2020 will be the year of Yemeni air defense systems that will change battle course: Top cmdr.             Dostum endorses Abdullahís stance regarding elections, urges supporters not remain silent             China coronavirus fatalities pass 2,000 as infection cases decline             Australian MPs have no doubt Assange held as Ďpolitical prisonerí             Zarif meeting with US senator part of Iran general diplomacy: Foreign Ministry             Pakistani Senate adopts resolution against Trumpís Palestine plot             Trump criticized for granting clemency to convicted criminals             US assassination of Soleimani breached international norms: UN rapporteur             Warren calls Bloomberg íegomaniac billionaireí after he qualifies for next debate            

Hekmatyar Rejects Results: Ghani Chose íPath of Crisisí

Presidential candidate and leader of Hizb-e-Islami party, Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, at a press conference in Kabul on Wednesday rejected Tuesdayís announcement by the Independent Election Commission (IEC) declaring incumbent Ashraf...



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India approves plan to buy US naval helicopters

The undated photo shows a helicopter manufactured by Lockheed Martin. Indiaís cabinet has approved a plan to buy US naval helicopters, a government source said on Wednesday, without giving details. Media reports earlier said India was likely to give final approval to a $2.6 billion deal for Lockheed...




Iran confirms first cases of coronavirus for two old men

File photo shows a digital thermometer used by Iranian health staff to control the temperature of people suspected of having coronavirus. Iranian health authorities have confirmed the first cases of coronavirus in the country although they insist a final professional opinion would come after further...




Hekmatyar Rejects Results: Ghani Chose íPath of Crisisí

Presidential candidate and leader of Hizb-e-Islami party, Gulbuddin Hekmatyar, at a press conference in Kabul on Wednesday rejected Tuesdayís announcement by the Independent Election Commission (IEC) declaring incumbent Ashraf Ghani the countryís next president, saying Ghani "chose the path of crisis...




Election íImposedí on Afghans Serves Foreigners: Karzai

Afghanistanís former president Hamid Karzai on Wednesday said that he had already informed the Afghan people that the current circumstances in the country werenít suitable to ensure credibility and transparency of the elections and that the election process was "imposed" on the Afghan people. "The...




Attorney General Barr considering quitting over Trump tweets: Source

US Attorney General William Barr (AFP photo) US Attorney General William Barr is considering resigning over President Donald Trumpís tweets about Justice Department investigations, a source familiar with the situation told Reuters on Tuesday. Barr has told people close to Trump about his concerns,...




Turkeyís Erdogan threatens Ďimminentí Syria operation, sparks Russian warning

Syrians look at Turkish troops in the town of Turmanin in Syriaís Idlib Province on February 15, 2020. (Photo by AFP) Turkey has threatened to launch an "imminent" operation in Syriaís Idlib Province if Damascus fails to withdraw behind Ankaraís military positions, sparking a warning from Russia. "Like...




US Senator Sanders calls Saudi Arabiaís rulers Ďmurderous thugsí

US Senator and Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders speaks during a campaign rally at University of Nevada February 18, 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Getty Images) US Senator Bernie Sanders, the leading Democratic presidential candidate, has condemned Saudi Arabiaís regime during a town hall...




2020 will be the year of Yemeni air defense systems that will change battle course: Top cmdr.

Spokesman for Yemenís Air Force, Major General Abdullah al-Jafri (file photo) A high-ranking Yemeni military official has praised the recent interception and targeting of a Tornado multirole combat aircraft of the Royal Saudi Air Force in the countryís northern al-Jawf province, stressing that 2020...




Dostum endorses Abdullahís stance regarding elections, urges supporters not remain silent

General Abdul Rashid Dostum, the leader of Junbish-e Millie Party and First Vice President of the Government of National Unity endorsed Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullahís stance after the announcement of final election results. Speaking among his supporters in Jawzjan earlier today, Dostum said the...




China coronavirus fatalities pass 2,000 as infection cases decline

This photo, taken on February 17, 2020, shows a member of the medical staff (L) checking the body temperature of a patient who has displayed mild symptoms of the COVID-19, at an exhibition center converted into a hospital, in Wuhan, China. (By AFP) The death toll from the coronavirus epidemic in mainland...




Australian MPs have no doubt Assange held as Ďpolitical prisonerí

In this file photo, taken on May 1, 2019, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is seen gesturing from the window of a prison van as he is driven out of Southwark Crown Court in London, after having been sentenced to 50 weeks in prison for breaching his bail conditions in 2012. (By AFP) Two Australian MPs...




Zarif meeting with US senator part of Iran general diplomacy: Foreign Ministry

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif (Photo by AP) Iranís Foreign Ministry has said that a recent meeting between Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and an American senator in Munich took place within the framework of Iranís "general diplomacy." The ministryís spokesman Abbas Mousavi posted a tweet...




Pakistani Senate adopts resolution against Trumpís Palestine plot

Activists of Palestine Foundation of Pakistan shout anti-US and -Israeli slogans during a protest against a US-devised Middle East plan, in Karachi on January 31, 2020. (Photo by AFP) The Upper House of the Pakistani Parliament - the Senate - has unanimously adopted a resolution against a US-devised...




Trump criticized for granting clemency to convicted criminals

From left to right, Michael Milken, Bernard Kerik and Rod Blagojevich (File photo) US President Donald Trump has come under fire for granting clemency to Rod Blagojevich, a Democrat, convicted in 2011 by a federal jury in Chicago on 17 counts. The ex-Illinois governor was convicted of trying to sell...




US assassination of Soleimani breached international norms: UN rapporteur

Iranís Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) Lieutenant General and commander of the Quds Force Qassem Soleimani speaks during a televised interview in Tehran on October 1, 2019. (file photo) A United Nations (UN) special rapporteur says the US assassination of Iranís top anti-terror commander Lieutenant...




Warren calls Bloomberg íegomaniac billionaireí after he qualifies for next debate

Democratic presidential hopeful Mike Bloomberg speaks during the "Mike for Black America Launch Celebration" at the Buffalo Soldier National Museum in Houston, Texas, on February 13, 2020. (AFP photo) US Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren says former New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg is...




Mid-air plane collision kills four in Australia

imahge1This picture shows twisted metal and chunks of fuselage after a mid-air collision, in a field at a rural area north of Melbourne, Australia, February 19, 2020. (Via local media) Four people were killed in a mid-air collision between two light planes in Australia on Wednesday, scattering debris...




There is íChanceí of Taliban Deal: Trump

US President Donald Trump has told reporters on Tuesday that there is a chance of making a deal with the Taliban, AP reported. "So, we are negotiating with the Taliban. Weíve been negotiating with them for a while. We will see what happens. Itís a chance of making a deal. It is a chance," Trump said. This...




Abdullah Rejects Results, Announces Formation of ĎInclusive Govtí

Hours after the announcement of the final results of the presidential election by the Independent Election Commission, Abdullah Abdullah, the chief executive of Afghanistan, announced the formation of an "inclusive government" by his Stability and Convergence campaign team, declaring his "victory" in...




Ghani Elected President of Afghanistan

The Independent Election Commission announced President Ashraf Ghani as winner of Afghanistan’s presidential election during a press conference on Tuesday. The final results of the election, according to the IEC, show that President Ashraf Ghani has the highest count with 50.6% of total, at...




Indiaís top court orders equal roles for women in army

National Cadet Corps women practice during a rehearsal for Republic Day, in Kolkata, India. (File photo) Indiaís top court has ruled that women could serve as army commanders, dismissing the governmentís stance that male soldiers were not ready to accept orders from female officers as "disturbing." The...




Moscow hosts 9th Valdai Middle East conference

The focus of this yearís Valadi Middle East Conference is the regional architecture and scenarios of what the 2020 will bring to the region, including unexpected change of power in Algeria and Sudan, protests in Lebanon and Iraq, the sensational election results in Tunisia, and the endless electoral...




Iranian Parliament speaker wraps up Lebanon visit

Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani gives a press conference at the Iranian Embassy in the Lebanese capital, Beirut, on February 17, 2020. (Photo by AFP) Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani finalized a two-day visit to Beirut where he met with senior Lebanese officials. He arrived in Beirut...




Turkey issues arrest warrants for some 700 people over ĎGulen tiesí

Turkish soldiers stand guard outside a courtroom at the Silivri Prison and Courthouse complex in Silivri, near Istanbul, Turkey, on February 18, 2020. (Photo by Reuters) Turkish prosecutors have issued arrest warrants for nearly 700 people, including military and Justice Ministry personnel, over suspected...




Strike over pension reforms brings Greece to standstill

A man rides his bicycle crossing rail tracks during a 24-hour public transport general strike, in Thessaloniki, Greece, on February 18, 2020. (Photo by AFP) Greece was hit with a 24-hour strike Tuesday over a pension reform encouraging people to stay longer in the workforce. The labor action paralyzed...




Saudi Arabia urges Germany to lift arms export ban despite continuing war on Yemen

Soldiers stand on a tank of the Saudi-led coalition, deployed on the outskirts of the southern Yemeni port city of Aden, on August 3, 2015. (Photo by AFP) Saudi Arabia, which is in the midst of a bloody war on Yemen, has urged Germany to lift its ban on arms exports to the kingdom. In an interview...




Jeff Bezos, worldís richest man, pledges $10 billion to tackle climate change

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos in Washington, US, on Sept. 19, 2019. - Copyright _ AP Photo/Pablo  _ Martinez Monsivais, File Amazon founder Jeff Bezos pledged on Monday to spend $10 billion (€9.2 billion) of his personal fortune to help tackle climate change. Bezos is the worldís richest person...




Khalilzad Meets Pakistan Prime Minister, Briefs on Peace Talks

US peace envoy for Afghanistan, Zalmay Khalilzad, met with Pakistanís Prime Minister Imran Khan and briefed about the latest developments in the Afghan peace and reconciliation process, Pakistanís Dawn news reported. Reiterating Pakistanís commitment to a peaceful, stable and democratic Afghanistan,...




US-Taliban Peace Agreement is Entirely Conditional: Sediqqi

Sediq Sediqqi, Palace spokesman, at a press conference on President Ghaniís recent trip to the Munich Security Conference on Tuesday, said that the US-Taliban peace deal is conditional and will be "finalized next week." "Mike Pompeo, US Secretary of State, and Mark Esper, US Secretary of Defense,...




Bolton: Trumpís Ďdiplomatic outreachí to North Korea a failure

John Bolton, former national security adviser to the US president, has denounced Donald Trumpís "diplomatic outreach" to North Korea, calling it a failure. Bolton said "the pursuit of North Koreaís leader Kim Jong-un, the meetings with him and the efforts to get a deal with North Korea are doomed...




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Election íImposedí on Afghans Serves Foreigners: Karzai

Attorney General Barr considering quitting over Trump tweets: Source

Turkeyís Erdogan threatens Ďimminentí Syria operation, sparks Russian warning

US Senator Sanders calls Saudi Arabiaís rulers Ďmurderous thugsí

2020 will be the year of Yemeni air defense systems that will change battle course: Top cmdr.

Dostum endorses Abdullahís stance regarding elections, urges supporters not remain silent

China coronavirus fatalities pass 2,000 as infection cases decline

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Zarif meeting with US senator part of Iran general diplomacy: Foreign Ministry

Pakistani Senate adopts resolution against Trumpís Palestine plot

Trump criticized for granting clemency to convicted criminals

US assassination of Soleimani breached international norms: UN rapporteur

Warren calls Bloomberg íegomaniac billionaireí after he qualifies for next debate

Mid-air plane collision kills four in Australia

There is íChanceí of Taliban Deal: Trump

Abdullah Rejects Results, Announces Formation of ĎInclusive Govtí

Ghani Elected President of Afghanistan

Indiaís top court orders equal roles for women in army

Moscow hosts 9th Valdai Middle East conference

Iranian Parliament speaker wraps up Lebanon visit

Turkey issues arrest warrants for some 700 people over ĎGulen tiesí

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