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Yemen’s Houthis target Aramco, other Saudi sites in missile, drone attacks

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Yemen's Houthi movement said on Tuesday it fired several ballistic missiles and 25 armed drones into Saudi Arabia, targeting Aramco oil facilities in Jeddah...

Cementing ties with France, UAE places $19 billion order for warplanes, helicopters

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The United Arab Emirates ordered 80 Rafale fighter jets and 12 military helicopters on Friday, deepening economic and political ties with France through an...

Recovery in Yemen possible – UN agency

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War-torn Yemen is among the poorest countries in the world but recovery is possible if the conflict ends now the UN Development Programme (UNDP) said in...

UAE holds talks with Taliban to run Kabul airport – foreign diplomats

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The United Arab Emirates has held talks with the Taliban to run Kabul airport, going up against Gulf rival Qatar in a diplomatic tussle...
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Taliban hold military parade with US-made weapons in Kabul in show of strength

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Taliban forces held a military parade in Kabul on Sunday using captured American-made armoured vehicles and Russian helicopters in a display that showed their...

Aid group says 4 000 – 5 000 Afghans crossing into Iran daily

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As many as 4 000 - 5 000 Afghans have been crossing into Iran daily since the Taliban seized Kabul in August and hundreds...

Saudi gets first major arms deal under Biden with air-to-air missiles

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The US State Department approved its first major arms sale to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia under US President Joe Biden with the sale...

UN urgently needs cash in Afghanistan, but struggles for solution

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The United Nations cannot get enough cash into Afghanistan to deliver humanitarian aid to millions of people on the brink of starvation and is...

China will not be the first to recognise Taliban government, scholar says

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China will not take the lead in recognising Afghanistan's Taliban government and will only do so in a concerted move with Pakistan, Russia and...
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Damascus bomb kills 14, then army shells fall on rebel area killing 12

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A blast on an army bus in Damascus on Wednesday killed 14 people, state media reported, the deadliest bombing in the Syrian capital in...

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SA’s top soldier right on decline upon a decline in the SANDF

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South Africa’s senior soldier – SA National Defence Force (SANDF) Chief – General Rudzani Maphwanya has it spot on in that the decline upon...