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With 50,000 Soldiers Killed, What’s Next For Russia?

Nearly 50,000 Russian soldiers have perished in the ongoing war against Ukraine, per a recent BBC investigation. This grim milestone, eight times higher than Moscow’s only official death toll released in September 2022, paints a sobering picture of the immense human cost Russia has endured in its attempt to stop the West’s eastward expansion. When

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“A Premeditated Attack” – Experts Weigh In on Iran’s Strikes on Israel

New Delhi: The situation between Iran and Israel escalated further on Saturday night when Iran launched a series of drone and missile strikes toward Israel. While Israeli officials say that 99% of the strikes were intercepted, concrete evidence is yet to come. This direct attack from Iran marks an escalation in the long-standing tensions between

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Iran Calls US & UK’s Strikes On Iraq, Syria A “Mistake”

Tehran: Iran has criticized the United States’ decision to launch airstrikes on Iraq and Syria, calling it an error in strategic judgment that targeted 85 sites across both countries last Friday. The sound of American firepower has once again gripped the Middle East after the United States launched retaliatory strikes targeting Iranian-backed militias in Iraq

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“Not Our Business” – India’s Response To Iran’s Air Strikes In Pakistan

New Delhi, India: On Tuesday, Iran launched a missile and drone attack on the headquarters of the Jaish al-Adl terrorist group located in Pakistan, in what it called a “decisive step taken by Iran in response to the aggression against the security of our country.” The strikes killed at least 7 people, including 4 children

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Economic Risks of the Ongoing Crisis in the Red Sea

The series of attacks on commercial shipping vessels passing through the Bab-el-Mandeb strait by Houthi rebels (a detailed article about them) in Yemen has escalated into a crisis in the Red Sea with dire economic consequences if left unresolved. The narrow waterway connecting the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden is one of the

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Putin Invites Modi to “Intensify Efforts for Ukraine Resolution”

New Delhi: Indian Foreign Minister S. Jaishankar met with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow to discuss many issues, including the ongoing war in Ukraine. During their discussions in Moscow yesterday, President Vladimir Putin warmly welcomed the opportunity to continue his thoughtful dialog with Prime Minister Narendra Modi regarding the ongoing conflict in Ukraine. The

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After Thailand, Now Iran Visa Free For India? Here’s Why

Iran, the land of ancient civilizations, rich culture, and diverse landscapes, is opening its doors to Indian travelers.  The Islamic Republic of Iran has announced that it will soon remove the visa requirement for Indian citizens who wish to visit the country for tourism, trade, or pilgrimage purposes. The “Iran Visa Free for India” policy

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