Mostafa Mohamed ISIS Khorasan seeks to expand its sphere of influence in Central Asia by increasing cross-border attacks, which has prompted the authorities of the Republic of Tajikis... Read more
Ahmed Seif EL-Din Egypt’s Foreign Minister, Sameh Shoukry, travelled to Syria to meet with President Bashar al-Assad, marking the first visit by a senior regional official to Damascus... Read more
Wr.: Nora Al-Bendari, Tr.: Ahmed Seif EL-Din The United States of America has continued to tighten the financial noose around Hezbollah, the Iranian-backed Lebanese political party, since th... Read more
Dire Consequences: Afghanistan’s Harsh Winter Claims Lives of Children and Livestock Amidst Aid Crisis
Ahmed Seif EL-Din Afghanistan is facing one of the harshest winters in over a decade, and it is causing immense suffering among its population, particularly its children. The cold snap has l... Read more
Wr.: Mahmoud Mohammadi, Tr.: Ahmed Seif EL-Din Paraguay has declared the Muslim Brotherhood a “terrorist organization” that threatens international security and stability, and co... Read more
Wr.: Nora EL-Bandari, Tr.: Ahmed Seif EL-Din The recently announced prisoner exchange between the Houthis and Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) sheds light on the ongoing relationship... Read more
Wr.: Mostafa Mohamed, Tr.: Ahmed Seif EL-Din The Iraqi security forces launched several military operations to pursue the remnants of the terrorist organization “ISIS” and to cle... Read more
Dina Khalaf Iranian women have been flaunting their hair in open defiance of Iran’s mandatory hijab law that requires women and girls over nine years old to cover their hair in public.... Read more
Anas Samir Albania, a small Balkan country with fewer than three million people, has been plunged into uncertainty by Iran’s massive cyberattack, one of the biggest assaults in Europe... Read more
Dina Khalaf The Taliban’s ban on girls’ education and female participation in the workforce has seen unprecedented public divisions among its leadership in recent weeks, with som... Read more
Ahmed Seif EL-Din Tunisia’s president, Kais Saied, has been accused of making “racialized hate speech” by the African Union (AU). In a National Security Council meeting, Sa... Read more
US and Russia will work together on International Space Station until 2030, despite tensions on Earth
The Biden administration has approved plans to keep the International Space Station operating until 2030, despite growing political tensions with Russia. Dating back to an agreement signed i... Read more
President Joe Biden reaffirmed U.S. support for Ukraine’s sovereignty on Sunday in a call with the country’s president, Volodymyr Zelenskiy. Biden said the U.S. and its allies and partners “... Read more
It took two decades, cost a hundred thousand dollars and was nearly scuppered by the outbreak of war. But the dream of two Palestinian brothers is finally ready for take-off, as they open a... Read more
Aya Ezz The Tunisian Interior Ministry placed Muslim Brotherhood leading figure, Noureddine Bhiri, under house arrest on December 31. It said in a statement its decision in this regard was... Read more
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