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Middle East & Africa

Tunisia government appoints Ridha Gharsallaoui as national security advisor

Just after five days after dismissing the government and freezing parliament, the president of Tunisia, Kais Saied, appointed and swore Ridha Gharsallaoui as his national security adviser to run the Ministry of the Interior. The two officials have spoken about imminent dangers to the North African country which came under increasing international and domestic pressure...

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AMERICAS

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Americas

Bolsonaro for printed ballots in next year’s presidential run

Brazil’s far-right President Jair Bolsonaro has pleaded, on Thursday, for the adoption of printed ballots that can be counted. He said that it is important to avoid fraud in the country’s electronic voting system in next year’s election. He, in his weekly social media webcast, said, “I want elections next year, but democratic, clean, and...
top security official for slain haitian president
Americas

Slain Haitian President’s security official taken into custody

A security official of slain Haitian President Jovenel Moise was taken into custody by police on suspicion of involvement in the assassination plot. The arrested top official served as general security coordinator when Jovenel Moïse was assassinated. Jean Laguel Civil now joins more than two dozen suspects detained by Haiti National Police as the probe,...
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Americas

US forces to end combat in Iraq by year end

 United States of America President Joe Biden has announced that US combat forces in Iraq are going to end their mission in Iraq by end of this year. The announcement followed Biden’s meeting with Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi at White House. The US troops will however continue to provide advise and train the Iraqi...

EUROPE

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Europe

UN Top Official Outlaws Bosnian Parliament Over Genocide Denial

United Nations’ peace envoy has outlawed the denial of genocide committed in Serbia and the Bosnian-Serb politicians are not at all happy about this veto. Making it an ego issue, the politicians have now decided to give a tit-for-tat treatment and pledged to boycott central institutions, effectively blocking decision-making. They are in no mood to...

GEOPOLITICS

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Geopolitics

Growing closeness between China & Taliban: US feels it can be a positive thing for Afghanistan’s sake

 Taliban delegation consisting of nine senior officials of the militant group recently met China’s foreign minister Wang Yi at coastal city of Tianjan. The Chinese diplomat was seen welcoming Taliban’s co-founder and head of its political commission Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar whole heartedly on Wednesday. The warm welcome by China of the militant group leaders,...
nuclear war uk china
Geopolitics

The nuclear war between the UK and China

Today, the geopolitical and media battle between the United Kingdom and China adds another chapter to a book that is now constantly updated because London would have decided to cut Beijing out of some nuclear energy projects on British soil. The story resembles that of Huawei for 5G, which last year recorded another sensational turnaround...
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Geopolitics

How four G20 nations’ energy policies are threatening climate

As the countries across world are pledging to protect climate and work towards containing the climate change, there are few whose energy policies are actually working antagonist to this global pledge. Four of the leading G20 nations – China, Brazil, Russia and Australia – have got their energy policies that according to scientists can lead...
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Geopolitics

Which countries impose vaccination against Covid?

The first category to which vaccination has been imposed, in many countries, are doctors and workers in hospitals, nursing, and retirement homes. In France, for example, they are obliged. In Australia, the obligation applies only to those who work in contact with the elderly, in retirement homes, and so in Greece, where, however, all health...

MIDDLE EAST & AFRICA

tunisia national security advisor ridha gharsallaoui
Middle East & Africa

Tunisia government appoints Ridha Gharsallaoui as national security advisor

Just after five days after dismissing the government and freezing parliament, the president of Tunisia, Kais Saied, appointed and swore Ridha Gharsallaoui as his national security adviser to run the Ministry of the Interior. The two officials have spoken about imminent dangers to the North African country which came under increasing international and domestic pressure...
tunisian president kais saied
Middle East & Africa

Tunisian President pledges to address money laundering

Recently appointed Tunisian President Kais Saied has pledged to address the burning issue in the country which circles money laundering and economic crisis. He accuses 460 businessmen and their associated companies of plundering 13.5 billion dinars of public money. It is approximately $4.8 billion. In a video which was posted on Facebook through President’s official...

ASIA PACIFIC FOCUS

bangladesh flood
Asia Pacific Focus

Bangladesh floods: At least six Rohingya refugees killed

Heavy monsoon rains led to flash floods and landslides in refugee camps, displacing thousands of Rohingya Muslims, this week, in southeastern Bangladesh – U.N. and other officials reported on Friday. More misery stays on the cards as heavy rainfalls are expected this week. Knee-deep waters went through the camps, damaging fragile shelters made of bamboo...
new zealand lgbt+ ban
Asia Pacific Focus

New Zealand government bans LGBT+ conversion practices

New Zealand has announced a legislative ban on conversion practices, saying it is damaging and has “no spot in modern New Zealand”. New Zealand joins various other countries that have passed to outlaw practices that aim to change an individual’s sexual orientation or gender identity. Conversion therapy refers to the usage, primarily by religious groups,...
chinese officials and taliban meet
Asia Pacific Focus

Chinese officials and Taliban meet as US exits Afghanistan

China’s foreign minister met a Taliban delegation, on Wednesday, signalling warming ties as the US-led foreign forces are withdrawing from Afghanistan. Wang Yi told the nine visiting Taliban representatives, including the group’s co-founder Abdul Ghani Baradar, that China expected it to “perform an important role in the process of peaceful settlement and reconstruction in Afghanistan”...
australia pm morrison lockdown
Asia Pacific Focus

Situation gets tougher for PM Morrison as Covid-19 cases continue to rise in Australia

Australia’s most prominent cities like Sydney and Melbourne state leaders have imposed lockdowns due to a surge in coronavirus cases.  Australian PM is confronting criticism for handling covid’s delta variant surge in several states in Australia, due to which a significant part of the nation’s populace is currently living under stay-at-home measures.  Morrison’s ruling government...
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Asia Pacific Focus

Suga Might Not Get Support For Next Japanese Election As PM

Ahead of the elections, current Prime Minister of Japan, Yoshihide Suga isn’t feeling very confident of getting any support. Apparently, his decision to stage the Olympics in Japan has been so badly dampened by the Covid-19 situation that his re-election dream looks a distant possibility. Cases of infection Olympics organisers reported 16 new Games-related COVID-19...

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