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US State Department: Gives Approval of $6 billion Abrams Tank Sales to Poland
The US States Department has given preliminary approval for the sale of battle tanks and other equipment to Poland amid rising tension with Russia over Ukraine and to bolster NATO’s defense in Europe. Press TV reported. The sale of weapon
Iran’s FM: $1 trillion economy damage due to US sanctions
Iran’s Foreign Minister Javad Zarif says unilateral sanctions imposed by the United States caused $1 trillion worth of damage to Iran’s economy. Iran seeks compensation if the US lifts the sanctions and returns to the nuclear deal. AlJaze
US approves $23.37 billion advanced arms sale to UAE, Pompeo
The US government has approved the sale of $23.37 billion worth of advanced weapons to the UAE. This includes 50 F-35 lightning-ll fighter jets, MQ-9B drones, and a package of air-to-air and air-to-surface munition.
CPEC: China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, a turning point for South & Central Asia
Pakistan and China signed a landmark agreement worth $46 billion on April 20, 2015. The project is known as the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). CPEC aims to connect the Pakistani seaport of Gawadar, located on the Balochistan coast of the Ar
Russia-Ukraine War: How Much Resistance Has Left in Ukraine?
The Russia-Ukraine war has entered into the 15th day while heavy combat continues inside Ukraine. Russian forces reached the outskirts of Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine and the country’s second-la
Russia-Ukraine Crisis: A Full-Scale Russian Invasion
Russia attacked different military installments, military airbases, and air defense posts on all three fronts land, air, and sea of Ukraine by early morning on 24 February. The Russia-Ukraine co
The end game for another warlord in Afghanistan: What will happens next?
Afghans have defeated the two world superpowers and warlords of their times in the last forty years. Recent is the evacuation of mighty war machines, the US and the NATO forces from Afghanistan.
CIA behind arming Afghan Mujahideen to defeat Soviets: Now it’s time for payback
The American Central Investigation Agency (CIA) armed the Mujahideen back in the 1980s that are now killing the US troops throughout Afghanistan and beyond. “The fact that the CIA armed th
Russian Navy can carry out ‘unpreventable strike’, Putin says
The Russian navy can detect any enemy and launch an “unpreventable strike” if needed. President Vladimir Putin said on Sunday (25 July) last month. The statement came weeks after a Britain