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Saudi Arabia launches massive arrest campaign against activists amid coronavirus pandemic             Trump resists nationwide lockdown amid recession fears            Iran medical body writes to Guterres, slams UN inaction on cruel US bans            Australia to rule on cardinalís sex offences appeal next week            Pence blames heath officials for delayed virus response amid criticism over Trumpís failure            Venezuela government rejects US offer to hand over power            Philippineís Duterte orders police to Ďshoot deadí lockdown violators            WHO worried by Ďrapid escalationí of coronavirus infections +World updates            Ansurullah calls on Saudi-led alliance to consider Yemenís mediation proposal             Zarif rejects Trumpís claim amid tensions in Iraq, says Iran wonít initiate any war            Loss of taste and smell key COVID-19 symptoms, app study finds            India introduces new Kashmir domicile law, raising fears of demographic manipulation            Young Palestinian wounded by Israeli forces dies            California coronavirus hospitalizations will exceed available beds in May: Governor            Twenty trucks take US military equipment out of Iraq, into Syria: Report            

US AWOL on global stage as it becomes new epicenter of coronavirus

image1 LHC Groupís Bruce Greenstein elbow bumps with President Donald Trump during a news conference about the coronavirus in the Rose Garden at the White House, Friday, March 13, 2020, in Washington. (Photo by AP) A little...



Will The UAE Survive The Coronavirus Pandemic Crisis?

These days, the coronavirus outbreak is severely influencing the political and economic equations across the world. In fact, no actor on the world stage is found to claim it is immune to the impacts of the fatal virus disease. Even many believe that humankind has so far not experienced such a substantial...




US sanctions aim to destabilize Iran: Analyst

US President Donald Trump listens as Secretary of State Mike Pompeo speaks during the daily briefing on the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, at the White House on March 20, 2020, in Washington, DC. (AFP photo) US sanctions aim to destabilize the Iranian government and destroy the nation, according to Canadian...




Global Oil War: What Are Its Cons And Pros To US?

As the coronavirus outbreak forced down the global demands for oil and the major oil suppliers so far failed to reach an agreement on the amount of the supply they have to release to the market, the crude prices have sharply fallen. Responding to the situation, the US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo...




US AWOL on global stage as it becomes new epicenter of coronavirus

LHC Groupís Bruce Greenstein elbow bumps with President Donald Trump during a news conference about the coronavirus in the Rose Garden at the White House, Friday, March 13, 2020, in Washington. (Photo by AP) A little over a month after President Donald Trump claimed that the coronavirus was pretty "much...




Bloodthirsty Pompeo, Republican neocons create suffering by sanctions: Analyst

An AFP file photo of US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and his fellow Republican neocons are "bloodthirsty" people that view sanctions as a "wonderful opportunity" to create suffering for Iran and various countries, says an American political commentator. Daniel McAdams,...




What Is a Quarantine? Hereís What It Means in China.

A volunteer disinfects a residental area amid the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan in Chinaís central Hubei province on March 16, 2020.Photograph by AFP via Getty Images We have yet to see how many open societies accept or resist Chinese-style quarantine measures to protect their citizens from...




Did America Commit War Crimes in Afghanistan?

These war crime allegations cast a shadow over Afghanistanís future. by Hurst Hannum International prosecutors tasked with looking into alleged war crimes in Afghanistan have no shortage of potential targets. Afghan soldiers and warlords have been accused of rape, murder and kidnap almost since...




Balkans; New Counter Ground Of World Powers

The Balkans region and especially Serbia are increasingly changing into confrontation ground of the key global powers. Over the past few years, China has been ratcheting up its presence there, arousing sensitivity of the European powers and the US. Despite the concerns, the Serbian leaders underscore...




What Are Viruses Anyway, and Why Do They Make Us so Sick? 5 Questions Answered

Viruses are basically parasites and, as such, can wreak havoc - but not always. They cause the most damage when jumping from a familiar host to a new host. Marilyn J. Roossinck Patients infected with COVID-19 rest at a temporary hospital in Wuhan, China, Feb. 17, 2020. Photo by Xiao Yijiu / Getty Images. Editorís...




Yemenís Horrible Health Situation By Statistics

The health situation and medical care in Yemen are increasingly deteriorating as war and all-out blockade imposed by the Saudi-led Arab coalition continues to hold, increasing the indirect war casualties especially among the civilians and aggravating the already-deteriorated humanitarian crisis in the...




Coronavirus Spreads the Virus of Human Rights Violation and Intolerance

The rapid spread of the Coronavirus infections in South Korea with many cases found among members of a Christian denomination named the Shincheonji Church of Jesus is raising concerns that hatred and animosity targeted to the specific religious organization increase human rights violations. The Korea...




No Email. No WhatsApp. No Internet. This Is Now Normal Life In Kashmir.

Like the snowcapped mountains and grassy meadows, men with guns are part of the landscape in Kashmir. Some are cops, some are from the Indian army, and some belong to a counterinsurgency force. Only locals, who have grown up with these men patrolling their streets for generations, can tell who is who. On...




Erdoganís military adventurism in Syria is doomed to fail: Analyst

Turkish soldiers deploy at a position near the village of al-Nayrab, about 14 kilometres southeast of the city of Idlib in northwestern Syria, on February 20, 2020. (Photo by AFP) urkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoganís military adventurism in Syria is doomed to fail, says an American political analyst,...




Turkey wants to return Syria to Ottoman Empire: Analyst

Syrian civilians ride in the back of a truck as they flee villages where fighting continues in the countryside of Tal Abyad, as Turkey-backed militants take over the area between the northeastern town and Kobane on October 24, 2019. (Photo by AFP) One of the Turkeyís main motives for sending troops...




US troops leaving Afghanistan?

One can understand that the earlier US Administrations did not make proper & adequate efforts to pull out US-troops from Afghanistan but when Prez Trump also (who came in White House on explicit promise that he will do so) is clearly not serious about it, then it raises serious questions. Like...




US, German spies plundered global secrets via Swiss encryption firm: Report

A man walks over the seal of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) in the lobby of CIA Headquarters in Langley, Virginia, on August 14, 2008. (AFP photo) US and German intelligence services raked in the top secret communications of governments around the world for decades through their hidden control...




Joe íBidenís star has fallení: Analyst

US Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden speaks during a campaign event on February 10, 2020 in Gilford, New Hampshire. (AFP photo) Former US Vice-President and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Bidenís "record is one of misogyny, racism, spokesperson for the banking...




US military budget request for Afghanistan lowest in a decade

The Pentagonís budget for operations in Afghanistan continues to trend downward. (Master Sgt. Alex Licea/Army) With a $14 billion dollar budget request for fiscal year 2021, the U.S. military is set to spend its lowest amount on the 18-year long war in Afghanistan in nearly a decade. The overseas...




In talks with the Taliban, the US has taken the upper hand

The Taliban and the United States have entered a delicate stage in talks aimed at ending their war in Afghanistan. The two sides are attempting to redraw the map of violence that could lead to a reduction in the horrific civilian casualty count and, possibly, attacks on the beleaguered Afghan security...




Dangers for civilians rise in Afghan-Taliban conflict

In one of Afghanistanís most insecure provinces, government forces say they made key territorial gains during the past year, retaking three districts that had been contested by Taliban forces for years. But for many civilians in the area, the military victories upended their lives and brought ongoing...




Voices from Hubei, two weeks into coronavirus lockdown

A group of former high school classmates from Hubei spoke about the conditions of their family under lockdown.by Betsy Joles Group chats counting the number of those infected and dead reflect the grim reality of life in the current coronavirus outbreak, which started in Wuhan, Hubei Province, and has...




New Iraqi PM Marks National Consensus to Weather Crisis

After weeks of twists and turns overshadowing the Iraqi politics, the political parties have reached an agreement on a successor to the resigned Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi. On Friday, President Barham Salih named Mohammed Tawfiq Allawi as the new PM. This choice reveals the Iraqi politiciansí...




Senateís failure to remove Trump will mark end of US democracy: Analyst

The US Senateís failure to vote for the removal of President Donald Trump from office will mark the end of democratic process in the United States, an American political analyst says. The Democratic-controlled House of Representatives formally demanded the impeachment of Trump in December, accusing...




Democratic Party establishment far more afraid of Sanders than Trump: Analyst

The entire Democratic Party establishment is far more afraid of Bernie Sanders than Donald Trump, according to Myles Hoenig, an American political analyst and activist. Hoenig, a former Green Party candidate for Congress, made the remarks while talking to Press TV on Saturday while commenting on the...




Iraqís ďMillion-ManĒ March: What Are The Implications?

The "million-man march" of the Iraqis in the streets of the capital Baghdad on Friday in protest to the illegal and destabilizing presence of the American forces and the call for shutting the "occupying forces bases" will be marked as a turning point in the countryís contemporary history, with large-scale...




Israel to retain security control of Palestinian state under Trump deal: Report

An Israeli TV has reported that under the terms of the soon-to-be released controversial US plan on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Israel would keep security control of the entire occupied West Bank even if a Palestinian state is established in parts of it. On Friday, Israelís Channel 13 TV reported...




Mistrust of police major contributor of gun violence in US: Report

The lack of trust between police officers and the communities they are paid to protect is a major driver of gun violence in cities across the United States, according to a new report. In many major US cities, acts of police brutality have eroded trust, making residents less likely to place their trust...




The Pitfalls in Afghanistanís Peace Process

A US-Taliban peace agreement seems closer than ever, but the whole thing could unravel when it comes time for intra-Afghan talks. By Daud Khattak The Talibanís latest gesture of "scaling down" military operations by declaring a temporary seven to 10 day truce is believed to be the most significant...




Trumpís Iran Policy Is Brain-Dead

Lacking coherent objectives and a strategy for achieving them, moves like the assassination of Qassem Suleimani are foreign policy as theater-and could leave the United States worse off. By Stephen M. Walt well, that didnít take long. 2020 is less than a week old, and U.S. President Donald Trump has...




There is a Ďdisincentiveí to tell the truth about progress in Afghanistan, Pentagon official says

Meghann Myers Military leaders have incentive to lie on Afghanistan progress - special IG The sunny outlooks reported by senior leaders in Afghanistan over the last two decades created a vicious cycle, a Defense Department special inspector general told lawmakers on Wednesday, because each successive...




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