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Russia and China work to prevent civil war after US troops withdraw
After the announcement of the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan made by President Joe Biden, scheduled for August 31, Russia and China are working to occupy the space to avoid a generalized civil war. Regional powers Turkey and Iran are also looking to establish more influence. The departure of
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Taliban claim they control 85% of Afghan territory
Russia says it is militarily prepared to control the situation on the Afghan-Tajikistan border. Taliban representative guarantees that administrative centers in Kabul-controlled districts will not be taken by force. The Taliban declared this Friday that they control 85% of the territory of Afghanistan, at a time when they are promoting
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How Putin is trying to rebuild the USSR
by Oliver Bullough The world was stunned by the Russian intervention in Crimea. But you should? Russian President Vladimir Putin has never made a secret of his intention to restore power to his country. The difficult thing now is to predict how far Moscow will go. On August 16, 1999,
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Turkey’s vast military operation against PKK positions in Iraq
Turkish fighter planes continued today to bombard Kurdish guerrilla bases in northern Iraq with “search and clean up” operations by ground commands, while the arrests of pro-Kurdish activists by Baghdad authorities continued. The Defense Ministry indicated that Turkish military forces on Friday launched a new air and ground offensive against
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US and NATO deliver military equipment to Afghanistan before withdrawal
US forces’ equipment and facilities considered non-transferable will be dismantled by foreign forces before the withdrawal. US and NATO forces will deliver $ 1 billion worth of military equipment and installations to Afghanistan over the four months of their withdrawal process, after nearly 20 years of fighting in the country.
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Russia says it shot down 200 “terrorists” in Syria
The Russian army announced on Monday that it had killed “about 200 fighters” in an aerial bombardment of a base that housed “terrorists” northeast of the city of Palmira, Syria, where it acts in support of President Bashar Al-Assad. After confirmation by various sources of the location of terrorist targets,
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Satellite images prove expansion of Russian military forces in Ukraine
Russia, after all, has more fighter planes in Crimea and at bases near Ukraine than previously reported, increasing its capacity for political intimidation or military intervention. The satellite images, analyzed by The Wall Street Journal, show Su-30 fighters lined up on the runway at an airbase in Crimea – the
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There are more than 150,000 Russian soldiers on the border with Ukraine, says head of European diplomacy
Joseph Borrell revealed on Monday that Russia had sent more than 150,000 military personnel to the border with Ukraine and the Crimean zone. This is the largest Russian detachment in the region, he said. Last week, the United States of America accused Russia of sending some 25,000 military personnel to
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Israel will “permanently” prevent Iran from having a nuclear weapon
Israel’s foreign minister said today that his country is determined to prevent Iran from building a nuclear weapon after Tehran has promised to accelerate its uranium enrichment process. “We will do whatever is necessary to prevent extremists [in Iran] from succeeding, and we will definitely prevent this regime from having
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Blinken visits Afghanistan to explain withdrawal of US troops
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken made an unannounced visit to Afghanistan yesterday to reassure the Kabul authorities about the decision to withdraw US troops from the territory, announced by the President, Joe Biden. Blinken met with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, the head of government, Abdullah Abdullah, and other relevant
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