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Ahmadinejad blames Iran’s intelligence agencies for Natanz attack; UK signs trade deal with Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein

Ahmadinejad blames Iran’s intelligence agencies for Natanz attack   Former Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has held Iran’s intelligence agencies responsible for the attack on Natanz nuclear plant. He has also revealed that the attack cost Iran a loss of $10 billion. In his accusations, Ahmadinejad has blamed the intel agencies for using their resources to spy on people and intervene in domestic affairs rather than protecting the country’s vital installations.

'Fauci emails leak' opens a can worms; China's pandemic created a world polarised by inequality

‘Fauci emails leak’ opens a can worms    ‘Fauci emails leak’ has revealed Dr. Anthony Fauci suspected that Covid possibly leaked from Wuhan lab but preferred to cover up. Consequently, former US President Trump has pointed that he was right about the ‘Wuhan lab leak’. He has demanded China pay a $10 trillion penalty to the world for all life losses and the economy. At the same time, the email

आफ्रिका में बढ़ती हिंसा और अस्थिरता

‘डीआर काँगो’ में आतंकवादियों ने करवाये भयंकर हत्याकांड में ६० लोगों की मौत किन्शासा – अफ्रीका के ‘डीआर काँगो’ में आतंकवादियों ने करवाई भीषण हत्याकांड में ६० लोगों की मौत हुई है। युगांडा की सीमा के पास होने वाले इतुरी प्रांत के दो गांव में हत्याकांड होने की जानकारी स्थानिक सूत्रों ने दी। ‘आयएस’ से जुड़े ‘एडीएफ’ आतंकवादी संगठन में पिछले 10 दिनों में करवाया यह दूसरा हत्याकांड है। इससे पहले बेनी

China violates Malaysian airspace; Share of USD reserves with central banks globally falls to 59%

China violates Malaysian airspace   China has violated Malaysian airspace. The Malaysian air force detected 16 Chinese fighter jets flying within 60 nautical miles off their Sarawak state. This is the region where China is trying to lay its claim as per the ‘Nine-dash line’. Not only Malaysia and other countries in the region, but also the international tribunal have rejected this ‘Chinese line’. As usual, China has denied wrongdoing

Spain seeing rise of the Right-wing as economic and social problems grow; CCP insists on next Dalai Lama to be chosen in China

Spain seeing rise of the Right-wing as economic and social problems grow   Pablo Casado, the leader of the People’s Party (PP) has unveiled the ‘Vision of Centre-Right Future for Spain’. The conservative PP has promised fiscal reforms, labour market changes and simplification of governance in its vision document. PP’s popularity is rising fast. The recent win of Isabel Diaz Ayuso in the Madrid election is a pointer to the

US under Obama Spied on German Chancellor Merkel; Turkey's 'Killer Drone' attacks and kills a soldier on it own

US under Obama Spied on German Chancellor Merkel   US NSA, the technical intelligence branch of the United States, has reportedly spied on German Chancellor Angela Merkel. The NSA was assisted in the same by Denmark’s secret service, the Danish Defense Intelligence Agency. Merkel and many EU leaders, including those from France, Norway, Sweden, etc., are believed to have been tracked. Danish Broadcasting Corporation recently revealed the scandal. It dates

Hydrogen is emerging as preferred choice globally to cut emissions; Sri Lanka is turning into a Chinese colony

Hydrogen is emerging as preferred choice globally to cut emissions. Several countries and companies are allocating budgets for it.   – Recently, India’s Ministry of New and Renewable Energy said the country will spend $200 million over the next five to seven years to promote hydrogen use. Also, India has asked its PSU oil and gas companies to set up seven hydrogen pilot plants by the end of this financial

Quebecker Premier demands recognizing Quebec as a 'nation' inside Canada; China weaponizing Cloud for Digital Colonialism

Quebecker Premier demands recognizing Quebec as a ‘nation’ inside Canada   Premier of Canada’s Quebec province François Legault has raised demands of recognizing Quebec as a ‘nation’ inside Canada and French as Quebec’s only official language. The widening differences between the English-speaking and the French-speaking populace have freshly fueled the freedom demand. With a population of 8.5 million, Quebec accounts for about one-fourth of the 338 seats in Canada’s House

US buys Iran oil after 30 years; Philippines steps up resistance to China

US buys Iran oil after 30 years   US Department of Energy has reportedly imported crude oil from Iran for the first time since 1991. It comes even as US sanctions on Iran continue. It is a crucial step by the US to lift sanctions on Iran, which may eventually lead to the restoration of the Iran nuclear deal. US is said to have purchased 33,000 barrels per day of

China wants to cut Australian iron ore imports; Mysterious airbase on the Mayun island; Bashar al-Assad reelected Syrian President

China wants to cut Australian iron ore imports   China has asked its companies to diversify iron ore supply to cut down on Australian imports. Chinese firms have been asked by the their regime to boost domestic exploration, widen their import sources and explore possibility of stakes buying in other overseas ore resources. However, no direct restrictions have been put in place by Beijing so far. The move appears part