Iranians head to the polls on Friday amid concerns over political tensions and economic struggles.
For legitimate international aid organizations, the intense needs of the three million or so residents of Syria’s war-torn Idlib province pose a sharp moral (as well as legal) dilemma, since the many very needy noncombatants there have effectively been held hostage for more than two years by the genocidal coalition of militias led by the … Continue reading Idlib and the “Interahamwe aid trap” →
MOSCOW (Sputnik) – As Turkey has supported a militant attack in Syria, it has violated the agreement with Russia on separating armed opposition from terrorists in the crisis-torn country, and this move may provoke a further escalation in Idlib, the Rus…
With talk of a U.S. troop drawdown in Afghanistan on the horizon, some Republican lawmakers are cautioning the Trump administration against pulling out too many troops, too quickly.
With 2020 Census Slate to Start April 1, Bureau Still Has Work to DoThe U.S. Census Bureau has not done enough to address cybersecurity issues in preparation for the 2020 census, which is slated to begin April, according to a new report from the Govern…
Police said the suspect was found dead at his home, alongside the body of his mother.View Entire Post ›
Police have arrested a man on suspicion of attempted murder after a stabbing at a mosque in central London.
Cisco has released patches for sixteen vulnerabilities across its products, including one rated critical, six high severity, and nine medium risk.
“We have the infrastructure and the experience,” Shaun Bailey said. “And due to the #coronavirus outbreak, the world might need us to step up.”
In 2019, more than 3,000 Cambodian women messaged Marie Stopes International to get advice on abortion, contraception, and STIs.View Entire Post ›