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U.J.M Writer

Uttara J Malhotra is a freelance journalist who writes on economics, commodities and lifestyle. She is also fond of writing stories for children.

Haftar Feels Insulted As Turkey Cooperates With Sarraj

European stocks close mixed on dampened trade hopes, Hong Kong escalations.

The self-styled Libyan Army led Eastern Parliament has denounced Turkish alliance with the legitimate UN-backed Tripoli-based government. This announcement comes immediately after Turkish PM Recap Tayyip Erdogan signed an agreement with the Government of National Accord leader Fayez Sarraj on the delineation of maritime boundaries in the Mediterranean Sea. They …

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Internet Restored Shows Chaos In Iran

Violence and manhandling are being shown as proof of atrocities against demonstrators in Iran, as internet connectivity was restored after a weeklong blackout. The government-imposed shutdown had invited sanctioning of the concerned minister by the United States Treasury Department last week. New videos show how stone pelting is being responded …

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Netanyahu Indicted In Multiple Charges

Netanyahu

Benjamin Netanyahu has formally been charged under corruption charges. After his only strong contender Benny Gantz, the former military chief could not find the majority to put a government together, this is the only way, Netanyahu’s dictatorship can be brought down in Israel. Mr. Benjamin Netanyahu is the longest-serving premier …

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Kingdom Signs ‘Riyadh Agreement’ For Political Settlement In Yemen

Salman

Addressing the Shoura Council meeting, the Saudi Arabian King Salman has expressed his hopes of now the recently signed agreement with Yemeni people might bring peace to the nation. The legitimate government in Yemen and the Southern Transitional Council (STC) recently signed the “Riyadh Agreement” under the auspices of Saudi …

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Iran Releases Long Term Prisoners To Save Face

Ali Khamenei

In a surprising move, the supreme leader of Iran Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has granted pardon to almost 3500 prisoners on which 32 were being held on “security” charges. These were essentially university students and journalists. Those convicted of armed opposition against Iran were not granted a pardon.  The announcement came following the Islamic holiday …

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