US-Iran Conflict

US-Iran Conflict Soars after FAA Ban on US Carriers

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Amid the series of foolhardy decisions that resulted in the ongoing US-Iran Conflict, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has restricted the US carriers from flying in the airspace of Iraq, Iran, the Gulf of Oman and the waters between Iran and Saudi Arabia. The FAA has released the restrictions as an emergency decision following the…

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Golden Globes 2020: The Night of Golden Glamour and Global Issue

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Opening the gates of award season this year, Golden Globes 2020 was a rainbow at night with strong winds of the entertainment world and social issues. Yes, you read it! Like a box of pizza with differently-flavoured slices, the awards nights had in store a lot and everything distant for the viewers. However, only few…

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Airstrike on Iran Kills Suleimani and Trump’s Impeachment Hype

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Intensifying the rivalry with Iran, President Trump on January 3 decided to launch an airstrike that killed one of the most crucial personalities of the Islamic Republic, Major General Qassim Suleimani. The death of its top military commander not only left the Middle Eastern nation devastated, but also complicated the already strained political sphere of…

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Democrats to Make History with Gun Control Bills amid Statewide Protests

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One of the key reasons for the Democrats’ historic win in 2019 Virginia State Elections was their continuous call for gun control bills. And now, two months later, the Democratic Party will be introducing multiple gun safety measures on Wednesday in the State Legislature. However, it is no surprise that the efforts and calls for…

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Javad Zarif

Is Iranian FM Javad Zarif’s Presence at UNSC too Intimidating for US?

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The strained US-Iran relations have hit another low after the US denied visa to Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif. Zarif, who was due to attend a UN Security Council meeting on the significance of obeying the UN Charter in New York on Thursday, would not be able to do so post visa denial. However,…

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Kenya Terror attack

Post Kenya Terror Attack, Would US Retaliate Like it did with Iran?

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A US service member and two contractors working for the Department of Defense lost their lives in a terror attack on Sunday at a military base in Manda Bay, Kenya. The Kenya terror attack also left two members of the Department of Defense injured, who are now stable. Somalia-based radical organization Al-Shabaab has claimed the…

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Libyan Civil War

Is Turkey Trying to Resolve Libyan Civil War or Aggravate it?

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Amid fears of Libyan Civil War being aggravated due to the recently announced deployment of Turkish troops to aid the Government of National Accord (GNA) in Libya, an attack at the military academy on Saturday in Tripoli has claimed at least 30 lives, while injuring 33 others. Even though Gen. Khalifa Haftar led Libyan National…

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Sen. Tim Kaine Proposes Resolution to Avoid Further Conflicts with Iran

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Democratic Sens Tim Kaine and Dick Durbin have co-sponsored a war power resolution to avoid the likelihood of a war between the US and Iran. As per the bill proposed by Kaine, the White House Officials can no longer indulge in hostile activities and use its military against Iran, until and unless congress approves the…

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Libyan Conflict

Turkish Troops’ Intervention in Libyan Conflict to have Negative Impact

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In a possible bid to end the Libyan conflict, gain control over Libya’s resources, challenge the US authority in the Middle East, and retaliate against the US’ Libya Stabilization Act, Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will be deploying troops in the country. Though several attempts have been made in the past to resolve the conflict…

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