Ahmed Adel Curtains have fallen down on the presidential elections in Nigeria, with the inauguration of Bola Tinubu as president of the country. Tinubu was part of a fierce competition with... Read more
A team of Afghan intelligence agents poured about 3,000 litres of liquor into a canal in Kabul, the country’s spy agency has said, as the new Taliban authorities crack down on the sale of al... Read more
Tony Blair’s knighthood is a “kick in the teeth” for the people of Iraq and Afghanistan, anti-war campaigners have said. He was made a Knight Companion of the Most Noble Or... Read more
Asma Khader, an internationally recognized advocate for human rights and one of Jordan’s leading campaigners for the rights of women and girls, especially the victims of domestic violence, d... Read more
Former Afghan president Ashraf Ghani says he fled because security were ‘not capable’ of protecting him
Former Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has offered to take a lie detector test to disprove allegations he took money out of the country as it fell to the Taliban. Reports emerged in the summer... Read more
Israel’s defence minister, Benny Gantz, has warned there will be no let-up in military engagement with Iran after airstrikes hit the Syrian port of Latakia. No one claimed responsibility for... Read more
India has blocked a charity founded by Mother Teresa from accepting foreign donations for its humanitarian work. It was not made clear why the government refused on Monday to renew the licen... Read more
New infections have continued to decline sharply in the world’s first omicron epicentre offering up a further ray of hope to other countries where the variant has spread. The seven day rolli... Read more
At least 16 bodies of Iraqi Kurdish migrants who drowned in November when their dinghy deflated while they tried to cross the English Channel were returned on Sunday to Iraqi Kurdistan. The... Read more
Desmond Tutu, an Anglican archbishop who led a global campaign to end South Africa’s racist policies and then helped in healing the nation’s wounds, has died. He was 90 years old. Mr. Tutu’s... Read more
Iran fired multiple ballistic missiles Friday at the close of five days of military drills that generals said were a warning to arch-enemy Israel. “These exercises were designed to res... Read more
In the middle of a cyber attack with Israel – an attack campaign using the Log4j vulnerability against Israeli targets was attributed on 15 December to the advanced persistent threat (... Read more
Aya Ezz The US Senate approved on December 18 the appointment of Rashad Hussain as the ambassador-at-large for international religious freedom. The house approved Hussein’s appointment... Read more
Mustafa Kamel Libya’s elections face the prospect of delay, amid increasing ambiguity. The High National Elections Commission decided recently to delay the publication of the final lis... Read more
In an intelligence note written on 12 December by Iraq’s intelligence ministry and seen by Intelligence Online, the country’s spymasters express concern over ongoing US military... Read more
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