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Iraqone year ago
Iraqi army, PMU joining forces to protect power lines against Daesh
The Iraqi army, police and the Popular Mobilization Units (PMU) have joined forces to protect the country’s power lines from repeated Daesh attacks.
Iraqi army, PMU joining forces to protect power lines against Daesh
Viewpointone year ago
More power for UK police would lead to disaster
UK Police must not be given more powers. They have a duty to responsibly manage their existing powers.
More power for UK police would lead to disaster
Moreone year ago
Haitians take to streets to demand resignation of President Moise
Haitians take to the streets in Port-au-Prince to demand that President Jovenel Moise step down following the end of his five-year term.
Haitians take to streets to demand resignation of President Moise
Koreasone year ago
North Korean leader pledges to strengthen military, nuclear arsenal
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un vows to strengthen his country’s military capabilities and nuclear arsenal, days before US President-elect Joe Biden takes office.
North Korean leader pledges to strengthen military, nuclear arsenal
Energyone year ago
Iran says power usage up by 3.22% y/y on November 30
Iran’s electricity usage rose by 3.22 year on year on November 30 to hit 38,498 GWh.
Iran says power usage up by 3.22% y/y on November 30
Viewpointone year ago
Mail-in ballots: US elites’ ‘plausible deniability’ ploy to retain power
Mail-in balloting has been a way to ensure that the elites of both parties in the US can contest the election if they lose.
Mail-in ballots: US elites’ ‘plausible deniability’ ploy to retain power
Syriaone year ago
Syria: ‘terror blast’ causes temporary countrywide blackout
An explosion caused by a “terrorist attack” against a major gas pipeline in Syria causes a temporary countrywide blackout.
Syria: ‘terror blast’ causes temporary countrywide blackout
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