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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Australian woman found guilty of being a member of Islamic States

A 23-year-old Adelaide woman has been found guilty of being a member of Islamic State in South Australia’s Supreme Court. Key points: Adelaide woman found guilty of being a member of Islamic State Zainab Abdirahman-Khalif was detained at Adelaide Airport in July, 2016 Following a three-week trial, it took the jury about three hours to reach the guilty verdict Zainab Abdirahman-Khalif was detained at Adelaide Airport in July 2016 trying to board a plane to Turkey with just hand luggage and $170, but released without charge. In May last year,…

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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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Wikileaks founder says CIA created ISIL

‘CIA created ISIS’ says Julian Assange On the sixth anniversary of the first infamous “Cablegate” by WikiLeaks, when it releases its first batch of sensitive US files, on November 28 2010, it has expanded its Public Library of US Diplomacy (PLUSD) with 531,525 new diplomatic cables from 1979. In a statement to coincide with the release of the cables, known as “Carter Cables III”, Mr Assange explained how events which unfolded in 1979, had begun a series of events that led to the rise of ISIS. He said: “If any…

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The Muslim hero of 9/11 attack

Mohammad Salman Hamdani was the Muslim hero of 9/11 Attack Mohammad Salman Hamdani (Urdu: محمد سلمان ہمدانی‬‎) (December 28, 1977 – September 11, 2001) was a Pakistani American scientist. New York City Police Department cadet and Emergency Medical Technician who was killed in the aftermath of the 9/11 terrorism attacks on the World Trade Center, where he had gone to try to help. In the weeks following 9/11, reports surfaced that the missing Hamdani was being investigated for possible involvement with the perpetrators, but this suspicion proved to be false…

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Iran worried about it’s survival says President Donald Trump

US President Donald Trump left the door open Wednesday to meeting with his Iranian counterpart Hassan Rouhani on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly, while saying the Islamic Republic is worried about its very survival. “It’s possible, anything is possible,” Trump told reporters in the Oval Office when asked about the possibility of a face-to-face with Rouhani during the gathering later this month. “We’ll see what happens with Iran. Whether they want to talk or not, that’s up to them, not up to me,” said the US leader, who…

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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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Russian planes bomb targets in Idlib province of Syria

Russian planes have reportedly bombed rebel-held targets in the Syrian province of Idlib, as government troops mass before an expected offensive. If confirmed, they would be the first such air strikes there in three weeks. Earlier, US President Donald Trump warned Syria’s Bashar al-Assad against launching a “reckless attack” on Idlib. But Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov rejected the warning and said the Syrian army was “getting ready” to clear a “cradle of terrorism” there. Mr Peskov said the al Qaeda-linked jihadists dominating in the north-western province of Idlib were threatening…

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Russia is making drama series on Vladimir Putin’s activities

 An excerpt from Russia’s new TV show on the weekly activities of Vladimir Putin – video ” The Guardian” Vladimir Putin’s “wonderful” physique and his love for children have been hailed in the first episode of a new television programme devoted to the Russian president’s weekly activities. Moscow. Kremlin. Putin, which aired at prime time on Sunday evening on the Rossiya 1 state television channel, also joked that even wild animals were afraid of the Kremlin strongman. The hour-long show aired hours after thousands of people had marched near Red…

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Bangladesh may extend cooperation to improve Conditions of Pakistan

Dhaka: Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Sunday said Dhaka could extend its cooperation to Pakistan’s new government under Premier Imran Khan’s leadership for their mutual welfare. “Imran Khan came to power after making massive struggle. We will extend cooperation to him if he seeks it from us, she said. Hasina added, “We will do it considering the welfare of the people of Pakistan, not the conspirators (there). . . We’ve no objection to share experiences with them for the welfare of the common people”. She said Khan “hit many sixes”…

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