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Grace Young

Grace Young has varied interests; she loves to read, news reports, feature articles, editorials, listen to music, travel, and eat new cuisines. Grace worked as an intern for the UNI news agency. She has worked as a senior content analyst for Encyclopaedia Britannica Inc.; where she gained experience in areas of content analysis for 11 years.

If Kurds don’t withdraw soon, Turkey will resume Syria operation, President Erdogan says

Erdogan

On Wednesday, Kurdish forces have not yet finished their withdrawal from Syria’s outskirts with Turkey, which means there could be another exercise to oust them, announced President Recep, Tayyip Erdogan. He added that the Syrian Democratic Forces had not pulled back 30 kilometers from the north-eastern Syrian fringe as concurred …

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Yemen’s Information Minister Muammar Al-Iryani pounded Iran as Tehran conceded backing Houthis

Yemen

On Wednesday, Yemen’s Information Minister Muammar Al-Iryani pounded Iran for backing the Houthis after Tehran conceded it supports the militia. The Yemeni authority approached the global community to compel the Iranian regime to end all types of help it gives to the Houthi militia and also utilize it as an …

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British-flagged tanker Stena Impero arrives in Dubai following 10-week detention in Iran

Stena Impero Ship

The British-flagged tanker Stena Impero was at the center point of a diplomatic deadlock after Iranian forces seized it in July, now arrives at Dubai’s Port Rashid on Friday after cruising out of Iranian waters.  Refintiv shipping data affirmed, Stena Impero left Iran’s Bandar Abbas port on Friday morning and …

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Macron Trying to Play Peacemaker Between US and Iran, But so Far Both Nations are Adamant on Their Stance

Emmanuel Macron

The French President Emmanuel Macron mounted a strong attempt on Tuesday to mediate a meeting between President Trump and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani. Since more than a month, Macron has been trying to persuade both the nations into negotiations, but both seem to be adamant on their stance. However, once …

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UN envoy for Yemen has to find a peaceful path amidst Yemen’s security crisis and attacks on Saudi oil facilities

Martin Griffiths

United Nations Special Envoy for Yemen, Martin Griffiths, was to gather momentum towards completion of the war. Instead, he ends up in the center of a regional political power conflict that could bring about a more extensive Middle Eastern clash including the United States, Iran, and Saudi Arabia. Griffiths was …

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Lobbyist: Qatar is financing $30 million to US educational institutions to gain ‘ambiguous influence’

Qatar Foundation International

Qatar is pouring millions of dollars into top scholarly establishments in the UK and the US, since the start of 2012 to June this year, as per the Financial Times investigation of the US training division’s Foreign Gifts and Contracts Report. US state-funded schools are anxious to extend their Arabic …

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Russia extends support to Iraq, Syria, and Lebanon, countries attacked by Israel

Bashar Assad

Russia has extended support to Iraq, Syria and Lebanon, countries believed to have been attacked by Israel under cross-border agitation against Iran and its regional accomplices. Deputy Foreign Minister Mikhail Bogdanov, Russia’s special presidential delegate for the Middle East and Africa reached out to Iraq’s national security adviser Faleh al-Fayed …

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Pentagon claims attacks against ammunition facilitating in Iraq not carried out by the US

Iraq

Pentagon on Monday declared that the US is not responsible for the recent attacks against ease of ammunition storage facilitating channels in Iraq. The government office released a statement stressing that Iraq, “ has the sovereignty of authority over its own internal security and protection of their democracy,” and further …

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US and Taliban agree on deadlines for withdrawal of foreign troops from Afghanistan

Taliban

A breakthrough occurred in negotiations in the Qatari capital Doha between the US and the Taliban. An agreement was reached in principle on the timing of the withdrawal of NATO troops from Afghan territory. A representative of the Taliban, SuheilShaheen, said this in a telephone interview with Pakistani media. “We …

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U.S. warship 600 miles away from Iran

US

Despite a warning from President Trump’s national security adviser, 5600 men and 5,600 men and women aboard this nuclear-powered aircraft carrier do not venture near Iranian waters. The warship is in the Middle East which send “a clear and unmistakable message” to Iran to steer clear of American interests in …

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