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Geopolitical conflicts

Asia Pacific

ASIA PACIFIC

  • TAIWAN: The U.S. State Department approved $1.8 billion in new arms for Taiwan in a move aimed at improving the island’s self-defense capabilities against a long-threatened invasion by China. China criticized that sale as “severe interference in China’s internal affairs”, and vowed retaliation including sanctions against the U.S. companies involved.

SOURCE: JAPAN TIMES

 

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terrorism

Middle East/ Europe

MIDDLE EAST/EUROPE

  • “The main narrative of Al-Naba (an official weekly newspaper issued by ISIS’s Central Media Office) during the coronavirus is to increase attacks against Western groups on Western soil and also to focus on Western targets in the Middle East, to exploit the fact that Middle Eastern governments aren’t able to control the situation because they invest a lot of effort and money in coping with the coronavirus,” analysts warned, adding that also “Al-Qaida is a growing threat to the West and to the international community, especially in the Middle East

SOURCE: JESURALEM POST

 

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