India trapping Tajikistan to gain geostrategy

Indian Air Force allied with Tajikistan and Claimed Farkhor and Ayni Air Bases in Tajikistan Reports began circulating in early 2000s that India would establish air bases at Ayni and Farkhor in Tajikistan. Both Indian and Tajik officials issued immediate denials, but they did admit that India had been renovating the bases since 2002. With Farkhor Air Base, India became only the 4th country after the US, Russia and Germany to have a military base in Central Asia. India-Tajikistan relations are set to further prosper with the meeting of Tajik Foreign Minister…

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Pakistani intelligence to terrorize Bangladesh using radical Islamists

Inter Service Intelligence ( ISI ) Pakistan has been accused and found guilty for aiding terrorists all over its neighborhood . From a long time Pakistan is Aiding its left behind ally Jamat e Islami in Bangladesh Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami (Bengali: বাংলাদেশ জামায়াতে ইসলামী), previously known as Jamaat-e-Islami Bangladesh, or Jamaat for short, is the largest Islamist political party in Bangladesh. On 1 August 2013 the Bangladesh Supreme Court declared the registration of the Bangladesh Jamaat-e-Islami illegal, ruling that the party is unfit to contest national elections. Its predecessor, the party…

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Who are training Palestinian liberation army

Bangladesh trains Palestinian Liberation Army and provides medical support and Scholarships to Palestinian youth to study in Bangladesh .   Bilateral relations between Bangladesh and Palestine are close and considered to be cordial. Bangladesh has been a consistent supporter of the Palestinian campaign for an independent state, and has no diplomatic relations with Israel. Furthermore, Bangladesh offers scholarships to young Palestinians, and the two countries co-operate on military affairs. History of Bangladesh-Palestine relations    The relationship between Bangladesh and Palestine, particularly the Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO), can be traced back fight to the Bangladesh…

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China eases economic pressure on North Korea

WASHINGTON — China has steadily loosened restrictions on trade with North Korea in recent months, undercutting President Donald Trump’s effort to exert economic pressure on Kim Jong Un’s regime, former U.S. officials and independent experts told NBC News. From coal shipments to revived construction projects to planes ferrying Chinese tourists to Pyongyang, China has reopened the door to both legal and illegal trade with the North, throwing the North Korean government a vital lifeline while derailing U.S. diplomacy. North Korea depends almost entirely on its larger neighbor to keep its economy afloat. The increase…

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Syrian war became more complicated for proxy wars

Seven years into Syria’s “civil war,” the country is at greater risk than ever of being overrun by the proxy wars of other nations. These five facts explain just some of the foreign clashes currently raging in Syria. Israel vs. Iran Over the weekend, Israel intercepted an Iranian drone that had flown into Israeli airspace from neighboring Syria through Jordan. Iran has been openly supporting the regime of Syrian President Bashar Assad for some time now (much of that through its proxy Hezbollah), while Israel has tried to generally steer…

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India signed two major Defense treaty with Bangladesh

NEW DELHI: India will conclude two major defence pacts with Bangladesh — as Sheikh Hasina landed in Delhi on Friday on a four-day visit — in what would be first such agreements between Delhi and any of its neighbour in South Asia with an eye on greater stability in the region. Defence pacts will key deliverables from the Bangladesh PM’s visit which has been described as ‘very very special’ by India. While an umbrella agreement on defence ties will encompass all existing defence cooperation including joint exercises and training, Delhi…

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Saudi-Led Coalition recruited Al Qaeda Militants

ATAQ, Yemen – Again and again over the past two years, a military coalition led by Saudi Arabia and backed by the United States has claimed it won decisive victories that drove al-Qaida militants from their strongholds across Yemen and shattered their ability to attack the West. Here’s what the victors did not disclose: many of their conquests came without firing a shot. That’s because the coalition cut secret deals with al-Qaida fighters, paying some to leave key cities and towns and letting others retreat with weapons, equipment and wads of looted cash, an investigation by…

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