Joie Cooper

Recently, several articles circulated online claiming that a firm manages the Afghan airport is in cooperation with an Israeli company.

Those who spread this rumor are media tools affiliated with countries that spread hatred and the victim of this disinformation and propaganda are the Afghan people.

The countries that spread…

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Western European powers are pressing Iran to agree to a revival of its 2015 nuclear deal after a months-long standstill in negotiations, warning that what’s on the table now is “the best possible deal.”

French Foreign Minister Catherine Colonna said a return to full compliance with the agreement “is still…

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Tunisia’s President Kais Saied said on Tuesday he would not do deals with those he described as “traitors”, nearly two months after he dismissed the prime minister, froze parliament and seized governing and judicial powers.

Local media have reported that Ennahda had paid a foreign lobbying company, something the party…

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King Abdullah II protested in an interview published Sunday over attacks on Jordan’s borders by “militias linked to Iran”, following deadly clashes with drug smugglers on the frontier with Syria.

Jordan faces “regular attacks on its borders by militias linked to Iran”, he told Al-Rai newspaper.

The Jordanian army conducts…

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One of Tunisia’s most influential and power political party Islamist-inspired Ennahda party has been summoned for explaining corruption charges against it. The anti-corruption judge in Tunisia recently froze the accounts of ten people including the leader of the party Rached Ghannouchi and former Prime Minister Hamadi Jebali, a Financial Analysis…

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Joie Cooper

Joie Cooper

May your coffee be strong and your Monday be short. Coffee connoisseur. Part time writer, writes about politics in middle east and anything interesting