Taliban Militants Pepper Spray Women’s Rights Protesters

Taliban militants on Jan. 16 pepper sprayed women’s rights protesters in the capital of Afghanistan. The Taliban dispersed around 20 women who gathered in front of Kabul University to demand for rights to work and education, three women protesters told …

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Pakistani Soldier Killed During Exchange Of Fire With Terrorists

A Pakistani soldier was killed in Jani Khel area of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa’s Bannu district in an exchange of fire with terrorists on Friday, the military announced. As per Pakistan’s Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) statement, Sepoy Sarfaraz Ali, age 26 years, a …

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UNSC Demands Immediate Release of UAE Vessel With 7 Indian Onboard From Houthis

The United Nations Security Council on Friday demanded the immediate release of a UAE-Flagged Cargo Vessel that was seized by Houthi rebels off the port of Hodeidah in Yemen and has seven Indian nationals onboard. The members of the council …

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US Intelligence Claims Russia Planning False Flag Attack in Ukraine

An alleged US Intelligence official claimed that Russia is planning a false flag operation in Ukraine.  The unnamed US intelligence official told CNN that Russian operatives were planning to stage an attack as a pretext for invasion.  National Security Adviser …

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Iraq Reports 3,266 New COVID-19 Cases, 8 Deaths In Single Day

Iraq’s health ministry on Friday said they have registered 3,266 new cases of Covid-19 in a single day, pushing its total to 2,108,206 nationwide. Another eight patients have lost their lives to the virus in the past 24 hours, with …

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