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China built strategic ties with countries across Asia, Europe and Africa, Continue reading

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Tomb of the Prophet Mohammed – could be removed…

Saudi Arabia’s proposal to destroy Prophet Mohammed’s tomb and move remains to anonymous grave risks new Muslim division Continue reading

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President Trump’s Excellent Message Of Support For The Protesters In Iran

The protests, which on Saturday morning are pushing into their third day, are for increasing the freedoms of Iranian citizens as well as over the country’s economic problems and the wasteful and horrific use of the nation’s wealth to fund international Islamic terror.. Continue reading

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How are the Ukrainian Cyber-Troops organized: an interview with the “white hacker” Yevgeny Dokukin

In the spring of this year on the Internet there was a grouping that calls itself cyber troops. Yevgeny Dokukin, the organizer of this movement, on his Facebook page encourages volunteers to join special operations of cyber intelligence to counter Russian propaganda and terrorist actions, for which he received the nickname “white hacker”. Continue reading

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It is better for the Muslims that Palestine remain occupied by the Zionists for tens of years than to sign a peace treaty with them by which they would forsake the holy land.
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The Rise, Fall and Rebirth of Saudi Cinema

They installed large screens in their residential compounds during the 1930s to watch American and European films. From residential complexes of foreign employees, cinemas spread to the four major Saudi cities: Riyadh, Jeddah, Taif and Abha, until the number of theaters in Jeddah alone reached 30. Ticket prices ranged from SR3 to SR10. Continue reading

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Arrests Made in Contracted Killing of Panama Papers Journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia

In October, the car bomb assassination of Maltese journalist and blogger Daphne Caruana Galizia sent shock-waves through the investigative journalism community. Daphne was a continuous thorn in the side of the Maltese government as she reported extensively on government corruption and criminality.
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One of Two Dark Web Drug Dealers Arrested Is a Freelance Journalist Continue reading

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The New Arctic Silk Road: A Huge Leap Forward For China And Russia

Involving about 65 countries and affecting 4.4 billion people, constituting thirty percent of the world’s GDP, together with a total investment from Beijing that could surpass a trillion dollars, this is an immense project that requires a lot of imagination to grasp the intentions of the Chinese leadership. Continue reading

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Al-Yamama Arms Deal

Key facts

 Buyer: Saudi Arabia

Seller: UK (British Aerospace, later BAE Systems)

Year of deal: 1985 (Al Yamamah I), 1993 (Al Yamamah II), 2007 (Al Salam)

Equipment sold:

Al Yamamah I: 30 Hawks (1985); 48 Tornado IDS (1986); 102 Sea Eagle anti-ship missiles (1986); 24 Tornado ADV (1986); 560 Skyflash BVRAAM missiles for Tornados (1986); 2 Jetstream light transport ac (1986); 3 Sandown Minehunter ships (1988); 6 Hawker-800 VIP jets (1988); 250 Alarm missiles (1991);

Al Yamamah II: 48 Tornado IDS, including 6 recon version (1993); 20 Hawk 60s (1993);
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