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How is cryptocurrency funding terrorism across the globe

United Nations Counter-Terrorism week in June 2021, stated that the Covid-19 pandemic increased the potential for terrorist organisations to obtain money through online sources. At a time when the world is going through digital evolution, with currencies too being traded in the form of cryptocurrency, this has led to a …

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Europe Struggles With Energy Crisis

Europe is struggling with energy crisis. Reports by media including AP and ABC News said: Europe is struggling to contain an energy crisis that could lead to rolling blackouts, shuttered factories and a deep recession. The primary cause: Russia has choked off the supplies of cheap natural gas that the …

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Explainer: Will capping Russian oil prices actually work?

For the plan to be effective, other countries will have to take part -particularly large nations – such as India and China, some of Russia’s most important clients. Capping the price of Russian oil, an approach G7 members said they want to pursue “urgently,” would be an unprecedented move and …

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Is Ukraine’s counteroffensive progressing?

Ukraine’s troops say some southern areas have been retaken, but Russia has reportedly slowed their advance. Ukraine’s armed forces claim to have launched a long-awaited ground operation to take back territories in the Kherson region in the 27th week of the war, striking in eight directions simultaneously.

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Power struggle continues in Libya

Recent deadly clashes have alarmed regional and international powers, as civilians fear displacement and a shortage of medicine and food. Libya’s capital, Tripoli, lost its calm during the last days of August as local political rivals opted for force to settle differences. Fierce fighting claimed 32 lives, and over a …

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Ukraine Is Waging a New Kind of War

The fight to retake the city of Kherson plays to the Ukrainians’ strengths, not the Russians’. Ukrainian officials, defending their country against Russian aggressors, began doing something in July that seemed odd, even counterintuitive: They started speaking loudly and regularly about their plans to liberate Kherson—a key southern city that …

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