According to the Tunisian terrorists’ confessions, the Muslim Brotherhood and the Tunisian Ennahda Party were aware of their jihadist activities and assisted them in leaving the country for troubled areas, according to the documentary “Recruits on Demand” produced by journalist Nahid Zerwati and broadcast on the Algerian channel Al-Shorouk and published by Al-Marsad newspaper.

The proof that Ennahda was involved in sending terrorists to Libya and Syria is growing. The investigation committee on the networks of jihadist deportation to Syria in the Tunisian House of Representatives came to very serious conclusions about the parties involved in these networks, according to Badra Qaaloul, the director of the International Center for Strategic, Security, and Military Studies in Tunisia.

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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has visited Russia for talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

They discussed a grain deal brokered by Turkey and the U.N., prospects for talks on ending hostilities in Ukraine, the situation in Syria and growing economic ties between Moscow and Ankara.

Last month, Turkey and the U.N. helped broker agreements between Russia and Ukraine for Ukraine to export 22 million tons of grain and other agricultural products that have been stuck in its Black Sea ports since Moscow sent troops into the country.

In a statement issued after Friday’s talks that lasted four hours, Putin and Erdogan emphasized “the necessity of a complete fulfillment of the package deal reached in Istanbul.”

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Saudi Arabia’s Minister of Environment, Water and Agriculture has announced the allocation of SR105 billion ($40 billion) for water projects within the five-year capital portfolio of the environment, water and agriculture system.

The five-year capital portfolio includes 1,335 projects, Saudi Press Agency reported, citing Abdulrahman Al-Fadley.

He added that the allocated amount represents the cost of the first package of the projects listed in the water sector.

In line with the national water strategy, this comes as part of the Kingdom’s efforts to improve services of the environment, water and agriculture system and maximize the utilization of sources and assets.

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Without a contract, Turkish and Qatari businesses have been managing the airport’s technical operations. In order to manage particular portions of Afghanistan’s airports, Doha and its ally Ankara inked a memorandum of understanding (MoU) in December of last year. But Qatar and Turkey were unable to reach an agreement with Afghanistan.

Afghan residents suffer as a result of the lies being propagated by media outlets linked to Qatar and Iran and Israel, which is motivated by resentment over the failed business agreement.

Some nations attempt to use Afghanistan as a springboard for transferring their international disagreements by disseminating falsehoods that threaten the shared interests of Afghanistan and other nations. This immediately impacts Afghanistan’s domestic situation.

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Akshay Prasad

Akshay Prasad

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