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    Russia supplying free fuel to Taliban in war against NATO forces: report
    Oct17

    Russia supplying free fuel to Taliban in war against NATO forces: report

    Russia is supporting the Afghan Taliban against NATO forces through a covert programme of laundered fuel sales, The Times said in a report on Tuesday. “Russian intelligence services are sending fleets of fuel tankers into Afghanistan through the Hairatan border crossing with Uzbekistan,” the report quoted sources in the militant group and Afghan...

    Conditions developing for a Third World War
    Oct13

    Conditions developing for a Third World War

    Almost 150 days after the inauguration of President Trump one thing is now clear that era of American hegemony in international relations is now over. America is uncertain about many key foreign policy decisions & sending ambiguous message to allies; Trump administration is burdened with investigation into collusion with Russia to win...

    US continues to blame ‘Pakistan’s behaviour’ for Afghan war failure
    Sep27

    US continues to blame ‘Pakistan’s behaviour’ for Afghan war failure

    WASHINGTON: A top US military officer on Tuesday said US would not be able to “attain our objectives” in Afghanistan, where American forces have been deployed since 2001, without a change of behaviour by neighbouring Pakistan. “It is unacceptable that Pakistan provides sanctuary, and we ought to bring the full weight of the US government and our...

    Russia plans to auction giant 51-carat diamond online
    Aug03

    Russia plans to auction giant 51-carat diamond online

    MOSCOW: Russian miner Alrosa said on Tuesday it plans to sell at an online auction in November a rare collection of polished diamonds produced domestically, including a giant 51.38-carat gem. This huge, traditional round-cut diamond, whose 2.5 cm (1 inch) diameter is equal in size to the visible part of a human eye, bears the same name as the...

    Putin expels 755 diplomats from Russia
    Jul31

    Putin expels 755 diplomats from Russia

    MOSCOW: Russia President Vladimir Putin on Sunday said the United States would have to cut 755 diplomatic staff in Russia and warned of a prolonged gridlock in its ties after the US Congress backed new sanctions against the Kremlin. Putin added bluntly that Russia was able to raise the stakes with America even further, although he hoped this...

    Trump to sign Russia sanctions, Moscow retaliates
    Jul29

    Trump to sign Russia sanctions, Moscow retaliates

    WASHINGTON/MOSCOW: US President Donald Trump will sign legislation that imposes sanctions on Russia, the White House said on Friday, after Moscow ordered the United States to cut hundreds of diplomatic staff and said it would seize two US diplomatic properties in retaliation for the bill. The US Senate had voted almost unanimously on Thursday to...

    Ask not for whom the historian groans
    Jul23

    Ask not for whom the historian groans

    Can America’s Afghan policy be driven by experience in Germany and Japan? “Of the thinkers who dominated US policy in the 20th century, Brzezinski is now dead and Kissinger is old. This has created a void that many other experts are finding hard to fill.” Two foreign policy thinkers & diplomats Henry Kissinger and Zbigniew Brzezinski...

    EU sounds alarm, urges US to coordinate on Russia sanctions
    Jul23

    EU sounds alarm, urges US to coordinate on Russia sanctions

    BRUSSELS: The European Union sounded an alarm on Saturday about moves in the US Congress to step up US sanctions on Russia, urging Washington to keep coordinating with its G7 partners and warning of unintended consequences. In a statement by a spokeswoman after Republicans and Democrats in the US Congress reached a deal that could see new...

    Russian war game may be ‘Trojan horse’, says US general
    Jul21

    Russian war game may be ‘Trojan horse’, says US general

    BERLIN: US allies in eastern Europe and Ukraine are worried that Russia’s planned war games in September could be a “Trojan horse” aimed at leaving behind military equipment brought into Belarus, the US Army’s top general in Europe said on Thursday. Russia has sought to reassure NATO that the military exercises will respect...

    1 in 10 infants not vaccinated in 2016: WHO and UNICEF
    Jul18

    1 in 10 infants not vaccinated in 2016: WHO and UNICEF

    12.9 million infants globally, almost 1 in 10, did not receive any vaccinations in 2016 as estimated by a joint report of WHO and UNICEF. This figure shows that these children are prone to contract fatal diseases such as Diphtheria, Tetanus, and Pertussis (DTP) as they haven’t developed immunity against these fatal diseases. Out of those...

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