Tag Archives: كوربيديا للاخبار

What is ISIS-K? Two terrorism experts on the group behind the deadly Kabul airport attack and its rivalry with the Taliban

ISIS-K, an affiliate of the Islamic State group, has claimed responsibility for the Kabul terrorist attack. Wakil Kohsar/AFP/Getty Images Amira Jadoon, United States Military Academy West Point and Andrew Mines, George Washington University An attack on a crowd gathered outside Kabul’s airport on Aug. 26, 2021, has left at least 60 people dead, including at least a dozen U.S. Marines. …

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COVID: long-lasting symptoms rarer in children than in adults – new research

Halfpoint/Shutterstock Robert Hughes, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine; Emma Duncan, King’s College London; Michael Absoud, King’s College London, and Sunil Bhopal, Newcastle University When COVID-19 arrived, it quickly became clear that older age was the biggest risk factor for developing severe disease. Indeed, there are few diseases for which age is so clearly the most important risk factor. …

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Food allergy and intolerance: five common myths explained

2YouStockPhoto/Shutterstock Marian Cunningham, Glasgow Caledonian University Food allergies seem to be on the rise, but misconceptions abound, often getting in the way of a condition being properly diagnosed and treated. According to recent research, up to 35% of people misdiagnose themselves (or their children) with a food intolerance or allergy then try to manage it themselves rather than seek proper …

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Afghan government collapses, Taliban seize control: 5 essential reads

Personnel were evacuated from the U.S. embassy in Kabul on Aug. 15, 2021, as Taliban insurgents broke through the capital city’s defensive line. AP Photo/Rahmat Gul Catesby Holmes, The Conversation Panic and turmoil grip Afghanistan after Taliban insurgents captured the capital city of Kabul and the president fled on Aug. 15, 2021. There would be “no transitional government in Afghanistan,” …

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Thinking objectively about romantic conflicts could lead to fewer future disagreements

How would a supportive outsider think about this dispute? Wodicka\ullstein bild via Getty Images Lindsey Rodriguez, University of South Florida The Research Brief is a short take about interesting academic work. The big idea Consciously channeling the perspective of a neutral third party can defuse romantic conflict and prevent future disputes, according to a study of 716 Americans my colleagues …

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Afghans’ lives and livelihoods upended even more as US occupation ends

Forced from their homes by fighting between the Taliban and Afghan government forces, thousands of families seek refuge in a Kabul park. Haroon Sabawoon/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images Abdulkader Sinno, Indiana University The United States invaded Afghanistan in late 2001 with the goal of destroying al-Qaida and its Taliban hosts and, supposedly, establishing a democratic Afghan state and helping Afghan …

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America’s moral responsibility for the tragedy unfolding in Afghanistan

Thousands of Afghans rushed to Kabul’s airport trying to flee the country as the Taliban seized power. Wakil Kohsar / AFP via Getty Images Michael Blake, University of Washington Chaotic scenes in Kabul accompanied the return to power of the Taliban in Afghanistan. The fundamentalist Islamic group was able to retake power after President Joe Biden’s decision to withdraw the …

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