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PM Drew engages in landmark meeting with Taiwanese President to strengthen bilateral relations

The gathering is a crucial encounter that underlined the enduring partnership between the two nations that emphasised the mutual interests and extensive cooperation across various sectors. It is a pivotal move to fortify the bilateral relations.

US General Warns Against Israeli Action in Lebanon, Citing Risk of Iranian Involvement

Israeli officials have voiced concerns over Hezbollah's attacks on northern towns and military positions, prompting discussions of a possible offensive if diplomatic efforts fail to push back the militant group from the border
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US Marine Rapid Response Force Set to Depart Eastern Mediterranean, Signaling Major Drawdown

The departure of the USS Bataan amphibious ready group and the 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU) marks a notable development in the ongoing geopolitical landscape of the Middle East

Potential Escalation of Middle East Conflicts Threatens Global Energy Prices

According to the IIF's assessment, while the likelihood of a wider regional war remains below 30% in their baseline scenario, the consequences of such an escalation would be dire for global energy markets

Houthis’ Threat to Sabotage Undersea Communication Cables Seen as Bluff by Experts

Houthis, a rebel group controlling much of the country, have purportedly threatened to sabotage crucial undersea communication cables running through the Red Sea

Red Sea Crisis Disrupts Shipping Routes, Soars Maritime Costs Between Europe and Asia

Logistic experts warn that this crisis could have severe consequences for global trade, impacting economies and raising concerns about the efficiency of supply chains

Suspected Jordanian Air Strikes Claim 10 Lives in Southwest Syria

The strikes reportedly occurred early on Thursday, targeting residential areas and resulting in the destruction of several homes, leaving families shattered and communities in mourning

U.S. Destroyer Defends Against Houthi Missile Attack in Red Sea Amid Escalating Tensions

Yemen's Houthi rebels fired an anti-ship cruise missile towards an American destroyer on Sunday, prompting a swift response from a U.S. fighter jet that successfully intercepted and destroyed the incoming threat

U.S. Navy Helicopters Thwart Houthi Hijack Attempt in Red Sea, Destroying Aggressive Boats

In the ensuing confrontation, the US military sank three of the Houthi boats in self-defense, resulting in the death of their crews, while the fourth boat fled the area

Middle East Teeters on the Brink: Escalating Tensions Push Region Closer to Wider Conflict

The Middle East has found itself perched on the edge of a precipice as the aftermath of the Hamas attack on Israel in early October continues to reverberate through the region

Israeli Security Forces Arrest 19 Wanted Terrorists in Judea and Samaria

In a recent operation conducted by the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), the Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency), and Border Police, 19 wanted terrorists were apprehended, including nine members of the Hamas organization.

Petra University of Jordan Announce “STEP” program

The University of Petra announced the STEP program to provide skill based education to the students of the university.

Emir of Qatar meets Prime Minister of the Netherlands

Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, the Emir of Qatar, met Dutch Prime minister Mark Rutte and discussed many issue having regional and International importance.

Qatar University: CENG department organises “Future Engineer”Event

The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (CENG) of Qatar University launched the future engineer event to encourge the student for study of engineering.

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PM Drew engages in landmark meeting with Taiwanese President to strengthen bilateral relations

The gathering is a crucial encounter that underlined the enduring partnership between the two nations that emphasised the mutual interests and extensive cooperation across various sectors. It is a pivotal move to fortify the bilateral relations.

US General Warns Against Israeli Action in Lebanon, Citing Risk of Iranian Involvement

Israeli officials have voiced concerns over Hezbollah's attacks on northern towns and military positions, prompting discussions of a possible offensive if diplomatic efforts fail to push back the militant group from the border

Thailand to Send Farm Workers to Israel for First Time Since Hamas Attacks

Before the conflict erupted, approximately 30,000 Thai laborers formed one of Israel's largest migrant worker communities, primarily employed in agriculture. The escalation last October saw 39 Thais lose their lives, with 32 others taken hostage by Palestinian Hamas militants

Netanyahu Announces End of “Intense Phase” in Gaza; Shifts Focus to Hezbollah on Northern Border

Netanyahu emphasized that although the intense operations in the southern Gaza city of Rafah are expected to conclude shortly, the broader war against Hamas will persist until the group is completely ousted from power