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US-Iran match mirrored a regional rivalry for many Arab fans

BAGHDAD (AP) — The U.S. team’s victory over Iran at the World Cup on Tuesday was closely watched across the Middle East, where the two nations have been engaged in a cold war for over four decades and where many blame one or both for the region’s woes.
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Iran-US World Cup conflict overflowing with political strain

Doha: The last World Cup conflict between the US and Iran quite a while back is viewed as one of the most politically charged matches in soccer history. This time, the political hints are similarly areas of strength for as relations maybe considerably more loaded as the U.S. Yet again and Iran go head to head on Tuesday in Qatar. Iran’s cross country dissents, its extending atomic program and provincial and worldwide assaults connected back to Tehran have pushed the match past the arena and into international affairs. Regardless of the result, pressures are possible just to deteriorate before long.
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U. S. -Iran Adjustment Reflects Regional Rivalry for Many Arab Fanatics

BAGHDAD (AP) — Team U. S. over Iran at the World Cup on Tuesday was closely watched in the Middle East, where the two nations have been embroiled in a Cold War for more than 4 decades and many blame one or either for the region. . Iran’s critics...
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Inside Putin’s War of Attrition

Ukrainian artillerymen reload a M777 howitzer as they fire towards Russian positions on the frontline of eastern Ukraine. Photo: Anatolii Stepanov / AFP. Whatever euphoria there was after the liberation of Kherson earlier this month has long ago faded. In the weeks since, autumn has brought the cold and the rain, clogging the battlefields with mud and filling trenches with dingy gray water. The Russians have continued pounding Ukrainian cities with missiles and drones, focusing specifically on civilian infrastructure. So far, they’ve knocked out some 50 percent of Ukraine’s electricity grid, leaving whole swathes of the country without heat or light as winter sets in. Though electricity has mostly been restored to Kyiv, the capital has been dealing with rolling blackouts for weeks, and hospitals as far west as Lviv have reported having to conduct surgeries by flashlight. A widely circulated nighttime satellite image shows a scantly-lit black patch where Ukraine is on the map, surrounded by the well-lit European countries around it.
ALABAMA STATE
Morganton News Herald

Iran-US World Cup clash rife with political tension

DOHA, Qatar — The last World Cup clash between the United States and Iran 24 years ago is considered one of the most politically charged matches in soccer history. This time, the political overtones were just as strong and relations perhaps even more fraught as the U.S. and Iran faced off once again late Tuesday in Qatar.
CALIFORNIA STATE
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War Hawk John Bolton Trashes Trump and Pimps ‘Fresh Face’ in 2024

It seems like every day, another so-called “conservative” is coming out against President Trump. The latest is John Bolton, who is trashing the former President and championing Florida Governor Ron DeSantis as a potential candidate for the White House in 2024. Bolton was always a controversial figure. He...
FLORIDA STATE
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The Number of Americans Killed from Georgia in Post 9/11 Wars

The United States suffered through the worst terror attack in its history on Sept. 11, 2001. From the Pentagon and the World Trade Center to a field outside of Shanksville, Pennsylvania, the attacks left 3,400 people dead. The events of that day also spawned a new era in U.S. foreign policy – one that would lead to thousands more American deaths in the coming decades.
GEORGIA STATE
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Scott Bennett: The West plans to set off conflicts inside Iran

TEHRAN – Scott Bennet, a former U.S Army Special operations officer, says certain Western countries are seeking to replicate Afghanistan and Iraq in Iran by creating chaos to break up the country and pillage its resources. “The West is fully committed to an absolute chaotic breakdown of Iranian government,...
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Tyrants in Iran, China, and Russia quake in fear of the people’s might

What we are currently witnessing throughout the world is remarkable. Every day, tens of thousands of people are gathering in cities and towns across China, Iran, and Russia to protest their harsh regimes and call for their overthrow. You may be unaware of the dangers they face. In the United...
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