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Baghdad has long tried to stop the pipeline flows. Ankara said to be on the hook for $1.5bn compensation.
Professor also says she expects Iran to carry out land operation in Iraqi Kurdistan.
SpaceX now has 10 low-earth orbit satellites sitting over major Iranian cities. Difficulty is that country has no ground station “gateways”.
President Erdogan will soon come to accept he’s already lost at the ballot box. But he won’t accept that it’s all over. Watch closely.
Attacks come as Turkey’s president Erdogan prepares country for another dizzying U-turn when it comes to Syrian counterpart and foe Assad.
Buyers flee war impacts to protect assets. Ukrainians seen as very likely to depart for home once conflict is over. The Russians, less so.
Ukrainian forces have so far successfully held open the jaws of the trap which Russia has been trying to close around their rear from north and south of the deep salient that stretches from Slovyansk in the west to Severodonetsk in the east.
A no-fly zone in all but name could be established by providing Ukrainian forces with significant anti-aircraft weaponry, rather than by the insertion of Nato jets into Ukrainian airspace.
Opponents Iraq lose eight players found Covid-positive before match, while the Iranians lose three.
The Balkan route used during the 2015 European migrant crisis might officially be closed, but the migrant movement never ceased.
The conduct of the Lukashenko regime has provided a convenient distraction for the Kremlin while it prepared for the round of poker that it was to play with the US over Nato expansion and Ukraine.
The last two Iraqi Airlines flights evacuated migrants from Belarus that had asked to go home, on November 29.
Tensions are high and there is talk of a possible invasion of Ukraine by Russia. But what would that actually look like? How much destruction would it cause and how many people would die?
Tensions on the Belarus-Polish border diminished as the first 500 refugees were flown home and most of the remainder were moved to a warehouse for food and shelter, but hundreds remained in the camp in the woods by the fence as night closed in.
Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko demanded that the EU recognise him as the legitimate President of Belarus and told German Chancellor Angela Merkel that the EU should withdraw its sanctions on his country during a telephone call on November 16.
A list of people and entities to be hit by asset freezes and travel bans is expected to be finalised in the coming weeks.
Poland’s President Andrzej Duda declared a state of emergency along the border with Belarus on September 2 in an attempt at stemming illegal migration from Belarus.
US exit from Afghanistan is brewing up a Salafi storm in which Turkey’s Syria militants could play a role.
Human rights groups and opposition politicians accuse Vilnius of whipping up fears over migrant influx via Belarus.