Eurasia

Is the US Signaling to Israel on Iran?

eport citing US officials of Israeli attacks on Iranian oil tankers could be intended to lower maritime tensions in the region, analysts suggest A report accusing Israel of conducting covert maritime attacks on Iranian ships could be a signal from the Biden administration that it would like Israel to de-escalate …

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Military escalation in Aleppo | Clashes erupt in Manbij, while regime forces and Turkish force trade fire in northern countryside

Aleppo Province – Syrian Observatory for Human Rights: SOHR sources reported violent clashes with machineguns, accompanied by artillery fire, between “Manbij Military Council Forces” and Turkish-backed factions on the frontlines of Awn Al-Dadat and Arab Hassan villages in the northern countryside of Manbij. On the other hand, Turkish forces stationed …

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OPEC: Iran’s Crude Oil Output Grows in February

The OPEC report added that Iran’s oil production rose by 35,000 barrels per day to 2.12 million bpd in February, adding that the country’s heavy crude oil price also grew in February from $6.28 to $60.66 per barrel. According to the report, OPEC crude oil production in February dropped by …

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Iran’s Cargo Ship Attacked in Mediterranean

Iran’s cargo ship Shahr-e Kord was attacked in the international waters of the Mediterranean on Wednesday, Spokesman for the Iranian Shipping Company Ali Ghiasian said, adding that part of the vessel was damaged in the terrorist attack. Ghiasian said on Friday that the Shahr-e Kord cargo ship, belonging to the …

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Dinar/Dollar hovers near yesterday’s levels amid market closure in Baghdad and Erbil

Central Markets in Baghdad halted the exchange today, Saturday, amid the weekly lockdown measures imposed during the weekends. However, Shafaq News Agency correspondent knew that some local exchange shops were exchanging at 146,000 and 145,000 dinars per 100 dollars for selling and buying, respectively. The official market in Erbil was …

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Basra Light Crude recorded about 68 US dollars

Basra light crude witnessed an increase on Thursday to about 68 dollars per barrel, while heavy crude prices dropped.Al Basra light crude exports to Asia fell to 67.14 dollars, in time the heavy crude witnessed a decrease to 63.50. Saudi light crude reached 65.85 dollars per barrel, while the Emirati …

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The Barzani’s Approach is based on serving people, KDP’s Head

The head of the Kurdistan Democratic Party (KDP), Masoud Barzani stressed, on Saturday, that all parties in the government should be “servants of the people of Kurdistan”. A statement issued by the KDP’s head said that he received in Saladin Resort, the Kurdish Prime Minister Masrour Barzani, and the Kurdistan …

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ISIS attacks SDF headquarters and kills two fighters

Sources of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights in the western countryside of Raqqa reported that ISIS terrorists killed two members of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) who were guarding al-Tabqa airport. In the same context, unidentified persons targeted the headquarters of the SDF in the city of Al-Basira in …

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The Insidious Threat of China’s Confucius Institutes

Our nation has endured revolution, civil war, world war, and cold war. We have survived every kind of hardship and won. Today, we are in a new kind of war: a war of information. The Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) rise to illegitimate prosperity is one of the greatest threats to …

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What China Really Wants: A New World Order

What does the Chinese Communist Party actually want? Sometimes, the regime’s plans can seem inscrutable. Other times, they are more blunt. The latter is certainly the case for one high-profile Chinese scholar serving the Party: Jin Canrong, the Chinese “State Master,” a professor at the Chinese People’s University in Beijing, …

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