Rather than developing mechanisms to prevent such accidents, Britain and France are exchanging barbs and shrugging off their responsibilities.
After decades of war and tens of thousands of deaths, many fear that this year will prove to be deadlier for Afghanistan as the country grapples with its worst food crisis since records started.
Abiy Ahmed announced late on Monday that he would personally direct the fight against Tigrayan forces and their allies as they marched towards the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa.
Israeli surveillance firm NSO Group, whose hacking software can invade any telephone, has faced so much backlash that the US’ Biden administration imposed sanctions on the company.
Hundreds of soldiers can listen to the conversations being conducted at any given time, Middle East Eye reports.
With the rise in the number of children being treated at malnutrition wards and humanitarian watchdogs sounding alarms over possible mass starvation, what awaits Afghanistan is no less than a disaster.
Palestinians see Israel’s targeting of historic cemeteries since 1948 as an attempt to rewrite them out of history.
Saudi-led coalition says it has killed hundreds of fighters in near-daily strikes since the Houthis renewed a major push to seize Yemen’s Marib city.
Osama Aziz, who holds a doctorate in jurisprudence, has replaced Mohammad Ashraf Ghairat, a religious school graduate, as chancellor of Kabul University.
Hamdullah Mokhlis, an associate of the hardline Haqqani network and an officer in the Badri Corps special forces, is the most senior figure to have been killed since the Taliban seized Kabul.
Rights group calls for a halt in forcible eviction of Afghan Hazaras and others and urged the Taliban to try land disputes according to the law.
Countries are increasingly wielding military exercises as a foreign policy tool, but they fall short of aspirations and threaten regional stability.
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