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UN warns Afghanistan heading towards ‘highest’ annual civilian casualties since 2009

There have been rising concerns over the security situation in Afghanistan as the Taliban makes more territorial gains amid a drawdown of foreign forces from the country. The UN's Assistance Mission to Afghanistan said...

Prominent Qatari analysts take to Twitter as Tunisia’s president ‘launches coup’

The North African country has witnessed a series of protests against decisions made by the president to suspend the parliament. Anti-government protests have erupted in Tunis following President Kais Saied's decision to suspend the parliament...

Qatar’s FM meets Iran’s newly-elected leader Raisi in Tehran visit

Doha has continuously offered to mediate between Tehran and Washington, more recently in the restoration of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action . Qatar’s Foreign Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al...

Rights experts slam ‘laughable’ NSO claims against Qatar, BDS amid Pegasus scandal

Journalists, activists and several public figures were among those targeted in a campaign using Israel’s Pegasus spyware. Co-founder and CEO of Israel's surveillance company NSO Group Shalev Hulio has claimed that Qatar or the global...

Qatar’s Al-Udeid base to house Afghan interpreters following US troop withdrawal

Afghan authorities on Saturday announced a night curfew in 31 of the country's provinces amid a surge in violence. The Pentagon is set to transfer thousands of Afghan interpreters and translators along with their families...

How Arab regimes used Israeli spyware to spy on activists, journalists

More than 50,000 people in 40 countries are potentially at risk due to Israel's Pegasus spyware tool. A report published by Amnesty International found that NSO Group is licensing its Pegasus spyware to governments across...
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