US Carrier Heads to Surprise NATO WargamesThe nuclear-powered fleet aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman will take part in next week’s NATO exercise in the Mediterranean Sea dubbed “Neptune Strike ‘22,” the Pentagon has announced.
EU Urges Israeli Regime to End Detention of Critically-Ill Palestinian TeenagerThe European Union urged Israeli regime to cease the imprisonment without charge or trial of a Palestinian teenager with a rare neuromuscular disorder in administrative detention, which allows the indefinite detention of prisoners based on “secret evidence” that neither the detainee nor his lawyer is allowed to see.
Yemen Forces Able to Strike Targets 1,600 kms Away: WSJThe American daily The Wall Street Journal in a report on The Yemeni attack on the United Arab Emirates acknowledged the military advances that Yemeni forces have made in recent years, saying now, they could hit targets lying “1,000 miles (1,600 kilometers) away from their mountain strongholds”.
Japan Claims Sovereignty over Russian TerritoryTokyo will not give up its claim that Russia’s southern Kuril Islands in the Pacific Ocean are rightfully Japanese, and wants to reach a deal with Moscow to resolve the dispute, its foreign minister said on Tuesday.
Turkey’s lira plunged over 15% on Tuesday after President Tayyip Erdogan defended recent rate cuts and vowed to win his "economic war of independence," despite widespread criticism and pleas to reverse course.
The US military has dispatched its troops to the Syria’s Hasakah city of in a bid to extend military training to anti-Damascus Kurdish militants affiliated with the PKK terrorist group, Turkey’s official agency reported on Friday.
Turkey’s annual inflation jumped far more than expected to 36.08% year-on-year in December, the highest since September 2002, data showed on Monday reflecting a plummet in value of the lira late last year.
A Turkish court ordered on Saturday well-known journalist Sedef Kabas to be jailed pending trial on a charge of insulting President Tayyip Erdogan, under a law that has seen tens of thousands prosecuted