It’s time to stop <b>oil</b> exports to North Korea as sanctions, experts say

“If China decides to cut off that vital supply of crude oil going to North Korea, there will be an immediate and pretty costly impact on the economy,” said …

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Syrian army, allies race to relieve Deir al-Zor

Syria’s army and its allies raced towards their enclave in the Euphrates city of Deir al-Zor after a rapid advance on Sunday, seeking to relieve it after years of Daesh siege as jihadist defences suddenly collapsed. Deir al-Zor’s provincial governor, Mohammed Ibrahim Samra, told Reuters in a phone interview that he expected the army to arrive at the city within hours and that some people there had taken to the streets to demonstrate their happiness. Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has focused this year on the campaign in Syria’s desert, striking eastwards in a multi-pronged assault to restore Deir al-Zor, where Daesh has held half the city and all the land around since 2014. Sunday’s advance brought the army and its […]

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Three Years after the War: Gaza Youth Speak Out

  “At bedtime, I am afraid to turn the lights off. I am not a coward, it is just that I worry that this bulb hanging from the ceiling is the last light that remains (shining) in my life.” Soon after he penned these words, Moath Alhaj, a young artist from a Gaza refugee camp, passed away in his sleep. After disappearing for two days, Moath’s friends broke down the door of his house, and found him huddled with his blanket in a place in which he lived alone for 11 years. Moath lived in the Nuseirat Refugee Camp, one of Gaza’s most crowded camps, a name which is associated with historic hardship, war and legendary resistance. Raised in the United […]

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Another Nuclear Test in North Korea Rattles Financial Markets

Financial markets begin the week in a risk-off mode, as investors assess the impacts of North Korea’s 6th nuclear test over the weekend – launching an advanced hydrogen bomb for a long-range missile. The South Korean government earlier today expressed concerns over the geopolitical tensions’ impact on the real economy, pledging to implement contingency policies to stabilize the economy if needed.

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