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Cracks down on video-making in Malaysia, opposition says its attack on...

Malaysia's communications minister says all film-makers require a government licence to make videos, including those broadcast on social media. Malaysian minister has declared that all...

Medical city project in Kairouan moves to second phase

Medical city project in Kairouan moved to the second phase, President Kais Saied announced at a meeting of the Steering Committee in charge of...

Sustainable Development Report places Oman 3rd among Arab states

Sustainable Development Report (SDR) 2020 issued by the United Nations Research Institute for Social Development has ranked Oman third among Arab countries. The SDR 2020...

Kuwait decides to summon former MP over audio leaks with Gaddafi

Kuwait’s Security Agency decided to summon former PM Mubarak Al Duwailah over leaked records that links him to the late Libyan President Muammar Gaddafi. “The...

Islamabad to get its first temple complex

Islamabad Pakistani capital to get its first temple complex, Construction of complex begins as part of government's outreach to minority Hindu community. Construction of the...

Bahrain increase Widows allowance

Bahrain King Hamad Bin Isa Al Khalifa has ordered an increase in the monthly allowance offered to 11,000 orphans and widows, Bahrain’s news agency...

Israeli govt Appoints New Ambassador to Egypt,After delay Over a Year

Israeli govt approved appointment of Amira Oron as ambassador to Egypt, after a delay of a year,While Bat Eden Kate appointed ambassador to Turkmenistan. Foreign...

European Union to start allowing in outside travellers from July

European Union will not open internal borders before end of June, meaning restrictions on travel to and from other countries will start easing in...

Beijing warns UK interfering HK affairs will backfire

Beijing has warned United Kingdom after Prime Minister Boris Johnson promised sanctuary for three million who may flee Hong Kong. China has warned the United...

Fresh attempt to resolve Gulf dispute as row drags on into...

Fresh attempt to resolve Gulf crisis as third anniversary of a bitter Gulf dispute is just round the corner, a flurry of diplomatic efforts...

US Democrats want closed-door interviews with Trump administration

US Democratic lawmakers said they want closed-door interviews with officials from Trump’s administration about the surprise firing of Inspector General. Democratic lawmakers announced they will...

European Commission says we must focus on health & jobs now,...

European Commission said we must now focus on investment in public health and protecting jobs and companies, and worry about fiscal sustainability later. In its...

EU commissioner says we must go ‘back to the future’ of...

EU Home Affairs Commissioner Ylva Johansson has said that European Union must go 'back to the future' of open borders after coronavirus pandemic. The European...

EU officials softened criticism on Chinese disinformation

EU officials softened criticism on Chinese disinformation surrounding the coronavirus pandemic in response to pressure from China, according to reports. Both The New York Times...