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Archive : September 16, 2021

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UNGA: HASINA TO LEAVE FOR US FRIDAY ON HER FIRST FOREIGN T...
September 16 ,2021
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina is scheduled to leave here on Friday on a two-week official visit to attend the United Nations General Ass...
SPACEX LAUNCHES WORLD’S FIRST ‘AMATEUR ASTRONAUT’ CREW TO...
September 16 ,2021
A SpaceX rocket ship blasted off from Florida on Wednesday carrying a billionaire e-commerce executive and three less-wealthy private c...
PAKISTAN PARTICIPATES IN FIRST CHINA-HOSTED MULTINATIONAL...
September 16 ,2021
China wrapped up the country's first multinational peacekeeping exercise on Wednesday, demonstrating the extent of its military might o...
TALIBAN LEADER BARADAR IN TIME MAGAZINE'S 100 MOST INFLUEN...
September 16 ,2021
Taliban leader Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar has been named in Time Magazine 100 most influential people list 2021. The magazine on Wedne...
BANGLADESH, AUSTRALIA INK FIRST TIFA AGREEMENT
September 16 ,2021
Bangladesh and Australia have signed a Trade and Investment Framework Arrangement (Tifa) agreement, the first of its kind between the t...
MORAGODA HOLD TALKS WITH INDIAN FOREIGN SECRETARY
September 16 ,2021
High Commissioner-designate of Sri Lanka to India Milinda Moragoda paid a courtesy call on the Foreign Secretary of India Shri Harsh Va...
ANY EMBASSY SALES BY JUNTA WOULD BE ILLEGAL, MYANMAR’S SHA...
September 16 ,2021
Amid reports that the Myanmar military junta seeks to sell the land housing the country’s embassy in Japan, the shadow National U...
MYANMAR JUNTA CUTS INTERNET ACCESS IN ANTI-REGIME RESISTAN...
September 16 ,2021
Myanmar’s military regime has cut off internet access in several townships in Sagaing and Mandalay regions. The affected township...
Turkey's push into Africa has China looking over its shoul...
September 16 ,2021
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is welcomed in Dakar, Senegal, on Jan. 28, 2020. (Anadolu Agency via Getty Images) On...
Afghanistan: India’s ‘over-the-horizon’ dilemma
September 16 ,2021
Pentagon claimed its “righteous strike” by a Reaper drone on Aug. 28 in Kabul killed an ISIS terrorist who turned out to...
Afghan chaos mounts as ISIS-K tries to tarnish Taliban tri...
September 16 ,2021
Kabul street patrol: As the Taliban seeks accommodations with the West and China, it is being pilloried by remaining jihadis in...
Aid for Taliban-led Afghanistan poses dilemma for West
September 16 ,2021
The Taliban's actions have raised skepticism about its promises to respect women's rights. (West Asia News Agency via Reuters) Uni...
China-India border tension: live-fire drill tests PLA defe...
September 16 ,2021
An air defence brigade under China’s Tibetan Military District knocked off several incoming targets, according to the video rel...
Bangladesh ruling party mobilizes online propaganda army t...
September 16 ,2021
Two young Bangladeshis look at their mobile phones near Dhaka University, Aug. 30, 202, BenarNews.  The ruling Awami Leag...
Tortured US-Pakistan relationship: America must learn from...
September 16 ,2021
In their very first exchange after 9/11, Pakistan’s most senior leaders urged their American counterparts not to invade Afghanist...
Myanmar, a violent tale of two governments
September 16 ,2021
A video of a little-known political leader declaring war on Myanmar's military regime went viral on social media on Sept. 7, garnering...
Saudi Arabia considers buying Israeli missile-defense syst...
September 16 ,2021
As the US administration gets cold feet about its commitment to the Gulf states, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is out looking for missile...
Xi refuses to meet Biden: What should US do now?
September 16 ,2021
President Joe Biden proposed a first face-to-face summit with his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, in a call last week, but failed to s...
Pakistan, Russia to ‘coordinate’ positions on Afghanistan
September 16 ,2021
The leaders of Pakistan and Russia have held telephone conversations to “coordinate” their position on the situation in Afg...
‘Every man was drinking’: how much do bans on alcohol help...
September 16 ,2021
Women in Karnataka stage a sit-in protest in 2019 to demand a state ban on alcohol after marching 120 miles to the capital, Bengaluru...
The political role of Sufi mystics in Afghanistan
September 16 ,2021
Since the Taliban swiftly took Kabul in August, Afghans and Afghanistan watchers have been grappling with what the shape and nature of...