The U.S. lost its 20-year campaign to transform Afghanistan. Many contractors won big. Those who benefited from the outpouring of government money range from major weapons manufacturers to e... Read more
Mohamed Shaath The eighth round of talks between Iran and Western powers still party to the agreement on the Islamic Republic’s nuclear file was held in Vienna, Austria, on December 27... Read more
Nahla Abdelmonem Changes happening in relations between the Lebanese Hezbollah movement, on one hand, and its allies in other countries, on the other, raise questions about whether Latin Ame... Read more
German Chancellor Olaf Scholz’s team is keen to waste no time before making their mark on the country’s security architecture, and want to thoroughly review the policy for contro... 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
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
The Biden administration is facing mounting pressure from lawmakers, aid groups and former officials to restart the flow of billions of dollars in aid and cash to Afghanistan, where a humani... Read more
The call by US lawmakers on 15 December to renew sanctions on Israeli cyber firms NSO Group and Candiru has not deterred their co-founders Omri Lavie and Isaac Zack to pursue their plans for... Read more
The last child to be handed over to US troops has been found and is about to be reunited with his family in the United States, The Times can reveal. The six-month-old boy survived the split... Read more
U.S. airstrikes on Taliban surged in war’s final month amid failed bid to prevent Afghan army’s collapse
U.S. airstrikes against the Taliban surged in August, rising to levels not seen in nearly a year as part of the final, failed attempt to prevent the Afghan army’s collapse as militants rapid... Read more
After a harrowing escape from Afghanistan and three months on a military base in New Jersey, Mohammad bin Rahimi and his family of nine felt fortunate that they would finally have a new home... Read more
Talks resume today in Vienna between Iran and negotiators from America, western Europe, Russia and China on a last-ditch effort to salvage the 2015 treaty limiting Iran’s nuclear research, a... Read more
Eslam Mohamed Iran’s naval skirmishes and harassment of ships and tankers passing through the Strait of Hormuz continue as part of its policy to threaten and blackmail the count... Read more
Iranian hackers last year infiltrated the computer systems of Lee Enterprises Inc., a major American media company that publishes dozens of daily newspapers across the U.S., as part of a bro... Read more
Iran has sped up production of enriched uranium to a point where it could have enough for a nuclear weapon within months, according to the United Nations’ atomic watchdog. The latest report... Read more
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