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SITUATION REPORTJul 27, 2021 | 16:31 GMT
Pakistan, Afghanistan: U.N. Confirms Pakistani Terrorist Ties to the Afghan Taliban
The U.N. Security Council (UNSC) confirmed that the Pakistan-based terrorist group Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) has maintained ties with the Afghan Taliban, Dawn News reported July 27. According to the UNSC report, approximately 6,000 TTP members are currently present in Afghanistan’s eastern district bordering Pakistan, where they’ve been actively providing military support to the Taliban’s ongoing offensive against the Afghan government. 
SITUATION REPORTJul 22, 2021 | 18:48 GMT
Philippines: Duterte Considering Proposed Addendum to U.S. Military Pact 
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte is currently considering whether to approve a proposed "side agreement" to the U.S.-Philippine Visiting Forces Agreement (VFA) that reportedly includes “mutually beneficial” changes to make the military pact “more relevant to the current times" without altering the original document, the U.S. Naval Institute’s USNI News reported July 21, citing a recent speech made by Philippine Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana.
SITUATION REPORTJul 19, 2021 | 16:46 GMT
Morocco: Algeria Recalls Ambassador Amid Flare-Up Over Western Sahara
Algeria has summoned its ambassador in Rabat for consultations after Morocco’s representative at the United Nations, Omar Hilale, made controversial comments in which he implied that Algeria was hypocritical for insisting on the self-determination of the Western Sahara people while denying the same to those in the northern Algerian region of Kabylie, Morocco World News reported July 18.
SITUATION REPORTJul 8, 2021 | 19:15 GMT
Malaysia: United Malays National Organization Leaves Ruling Coalition
The keystone United Malays National Organization (UMNO) pulled out of Malaysia’s ruling Perikatan Nasional government, calling for the resignation of Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin and his replacement with an interim premier until elections can be held once the country achieves herd immunity from COVID-19, Channel News Asia reported July 7.
SnapshotsJul 8, 2021 | 16:43 GMT
A picture taken on Sept. 15, 2020, shows the Omani national flag waving in Muscat.
Amid Growing Debt, Oman Seeks IMF Technical Assistance
Requesting technical assistance from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) underscores Oman’s commitment to reduce its growing debt dependence, though doing so will still require unpopular and socially disruptive cuts to state spending. On July 6, the IMF said that Oman had asked the fund for technical assistance to help the government put together a medium-term debt strategy and implement a promised fiscal consolidation plan. Omani government bonds rose on July 7, driven by the news of Muscat requesting technical support. 
SITUATION REPORTJun 18, 2021 | 15:39 GMT
North Korea: Kim Says to Prepare for Both Dialogue and Confrontation With the U.S.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said that Pyongyang should prepare for the possibilities of both dialogue and confrontation with the United States in remarks at the June 18 session of the Eighth Central Committee of North Korea's Workers' Party, Yonyap has reported, citing state media outlet Korean Central News Agency.
SITUATION REPORTJun 16, 2021 | 17:47 GMT
North Korea: Kim Warns of ‘Prolonged’ COVID-19 Lockdown, Food Shortages
In his opening address of the ruling Workers' Party’s Eighth Central Committee, North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un warned of continued food shortages and economic issues, as well as the need for “prolonged” measures aimed at maintaining a “perfect anti-epidemic state,” suggesting that the country would remain in strict lockdown for an extended period, according to a June 16 report issued by state media outlet Korean Central News Agency.
SITUATION REPORTJun 8, 2021 | 21:15 GMT
Turkey: Public Prosecutor Moves to Ban Kurdish Party
Bekri Sahin, the chief public prosecutor for Turkey's Supreme Court of Appeals, on June 7 filed a new indictment to ban the People's Democratic Party (HDP) at the country's Constitutional Court, the AKP-friendly supreme judicial body, Hurriyet Daily News reported June 8.
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