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China is accused of exporting censorship

Over the past year, the global freedom situation on the Internet has deteriorated again, reports Freedom House, an organization funded by the US government, in its annual research, Freedom in the Network. According to the authors of the report, governments are increasingly tightening control over...

Australia ratifies CPTPP, saves the agreement

Despite Donald Trump's withdrawal from the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), the treaty survived. The agreement in a slightly modified form comes into force on December 30, 2018. Australia has become the sixth country to ratify the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific...

Call For Cease Fire In Yemen By US, And Peace Talks In 30 Days

At last hope seems to have emerged for millions in Yemen following a call for a cease fire by top American officials and demanding that the warring parties meet at a negotiating table as immediately.   The call was made after an additional more than 10000 new troops led by Saudi Arabia and...

Historical Turkish-Saudi Rivalry Reignited By Khashoggi Investigation: WSJ

According to the analysis columnist Yaroslav Trofimov  published in the Wall Street Journal, behind the strong push that the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan is giving to find out the culprits behind the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi and holding Saudi Arabia responsible for it is...

82 More Pages Related To Iran With Politically Charged Memes Taken Down By Facebook

In a further crack down on hate speech and objectionable content, another 82 pages and accounts have been taken down by Facebook. All of these pages and accounts allegedly had ties with Iran and the social media platform found that the pages and accounts were being used for posting and spreading...

Saudis Could Shift Eastward Due To US Sanction Threat

International alliances that had formed and existed over decades are being put to the test because as a result of the killing of Saudi journalist and U.S. resident Jamal Khashoggi.   Even while the United States president Donald Trump is not really ready yet to let the fall out of the...

Turkish President and CIA set to find Khashoggi's murderer

President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan stood with new accusations against the authorities of Saudi Arabia in the case of the missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi. He demanded to send the journalist’s body to Ankara and asked a few questions - in particular, why one day before the journalist’s visit...

Saudi Explanation Of Khashoggi’s Death Criticised Internationally

Following the declaration of Saudi Arabia that the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi was because of a fist-fight, there has been international criticism of the claim.   In its attempt to quench some of the international criticisms, Saudi Arabia announced Sunday that 18 unidentified Saudis...

Cyprus Cobalt Air stopped flights

The Cyprus airline Cobalt Air has announced a halt to the activity. Now, the carrier is offering passengers with tickets in their hands to apply for a refund. “We regret to announce that from 23:50 on October 17, all Cobalt Air flights have been canceled due to a halt. All passengers holding...

Transparency International: Europe should stop selling citizenships

Existence of citizenship or residence permit programs in exchange for investments in a number of EU countries potentially opens the door to Europe for criminals and corrupt officials, according to a report published by Transparency International. Its authors urge the EU to make the process of...
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