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Prominent Pakistani Journalist Assassinated in Pashtun Heartland

On June 18th, Khalil Afridi, a Khyber News journalist, was assassinated in the Mazarina area of Landi Kotal Tehsil, in the Khyber district of northwestern Pakistan. In response to his death, journalists protested yesterday, and more protests have been planned for this weekend. Khalil is the sixth journalist to have been killed in Pakistan since January. The Details Khalil worked for...

Rafah Crossing “Destroyed”

Recent footage has revealed that the Rafah Crossing in southern Gaza has been effectively destroyed. The footage offers a good clue as to why the crossing has remained closed since Israel took control of the crossing in May. https://twitter.com/ghmv2research/status/1803937719267045456?s=46&t=We8RLpx8YdsN15-tpkJtww Importance of the Crossing Since the beginning of the Israel-Gaza war on October 7th, the Rafah Crossing, within the city of Rafah in the...

China’s Increase in Crude Oil Storage Tied to Economic Recovery, Strategic Reserve Replenishment

China’s National Statistics Bureau (NSB) released monthly data indicating that the country added approximately one million barrels per day (BpD) of crude oil to its commercial and strategic stockpiles in May. This increase in oil stockpiles occurred despite China’s soft imports of oil being outweighed by already weak refinery processing volumes. What You Need to Know China added approximately 1.08 million...

Rwanda Expects More Financial Support as it Fights Terrorism in Mozambique

The European Union (EU) is analyzing a request for additional financial support for Rwandan forces fighting insurgency in Mozambique's gas-rich Cabo Delgado province. Jutta Urpilainen, the European Commissioner for International Partnerships, told the press in Maputo on Wednesday, June 19, that the support will soon be approved by the bloc's member states. She did not specify the type of support being analyzed,...

Interception of Dutch Vessel by Chinese Aircraft Indicates Country Is Assisting North Korea in Avoiding Sanctions

The Netherlands’ Ministry of Defense released a statement on June 7th that said two jets and one helicopter intercepted the HNLMS Tromp, a DeZen P Provinciën-class frigate, and its NH-90 helicopter. The statement said the incident occurred as the Tromp was sailing in the East China Sea (ECS). June 7th Incident The incident began when two JH-7A fighter bombers intercepted and...

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Prominent Pakistani Journalist Assassinated in Pashtun Heartland

On June 18th, Khalil Afridi, a Khyber News journalist, was assassinated in the Mazarina area of Landi Kotal Tehsil, in the Khyber district of northwestern Pakistan. In response to his death, journalists protested yesterday,...

Rafah Crossing “Destroyed”

Recent footage has revealed that the Rafah Crossing in southern Gaza has been effectively destroyed. The footage offers a good clue as to why the crossing has remained closed since Israel took control of the...

China’s Increase in Crude Oil Storage Tied to Economic Recovery, Strategic Reserve Replenishment

China’s National Statistics Bureau (NSB) released monthly data indicating that the country added approximately one million barrels per day (BpD) of crude oil to its commercial and strategic stockpiles in May. This increase in...