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    Israel Launches Ground Operation in Gaza as War Cabinet Formed and Hamas Vows to Fight to the Death

    On the morning of October 14, local time, the Israel Defense Forces issued a notice stating that residents in the northern Gaza Strip should leave through the “evacuation corridor” between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. that day. Previously, the Israeli army had notified the United Nations that more than one million Palestinians in the northern Gaza Strip should be relocated to southern Gaza within 24 hours. The day before, United Nations Secretary-General Guterres warned before participating in the Security Council’s closed-door consultation on the Palestinian-Israeli situation that more than 1 million residents would be relocated from a completely besieged and densely populated war zone to an area without food, drinking…

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    Key Import and Export Duty Changes Around the World

    In the past month, many countries and regions around the world have made important adjustments to the import and export duties and taxes of related products. The editor has compiled the latest tariff and tax information summary for you, let’s see which changes are relevant to you! Indonesia Up to 10% export tax on copper concentrate According to a report by Yonhap News Agency on July 20, the Indonesian government originally planned to ban the export of mineral products such as copper concentrate from this year, and then stated that exports will be allowed before May next year, but an export tax of up to 10% will be imposed. According…

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    Turkey’s Neo-Ottomanism: A Clash of Civilizations or a New Model for the Future?

      Tensions are simmering in East Jerusalem and the West Bank. Ramadan for Muslims comes at the same time as Passover for Jews. Recently, 280,000 Muslims entered the Al-Aqsa Mosque in East Jerusalem controlled by Israel. Two months ago, hundreds of people were attacked here. The holy land of Jerusalem, where the three major religions once coexisted harmoniously, is now increasingly tense with disputes.   The G7 summit ended not long ago in Hiroshima, Japan. Time complimented Prime Minister Fumio Kishida for bringing Japan back to the international stage as a decision maker in resolving conflicts around the world. Fumio Kishida recently took the initiative to reveal that he is negotiating with…

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    Erdogan continues to “steer”?

      On May 14 local time, Turkish President Erdogan broke the convention and appeared in the capital Ankara. According to tradition, Erdogan will vote in the general election in Istanbul, his birth city, and when the final result is known, Erdogan will fly to the capital to give a speech. But this time, the stalemate seems to make it impossible for Erdogan to wait quietly. “Helming” Turkey for 20 years, the 69-year-old “political strongman” is facing an unprecedented challenge.   Three months ago, a devastating earthquake struck southeastern Turkey, killing more than 47,000 people and displacing millions across Turkey. The day after the earthquake, Erdogan publicly berated some people for their poor…

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