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Jamal Khashoggi fiancee appears as Turkish court opens trial of 20...

Jamal Khashoggi fiancee told a court the Washington Post columnist was lured to his death at Saudi Consulate through "a great betrayal and deception". Turkish...

European Rights Court faults France over asylum seekers sleeping rough

European court of Human Rights orders France to pay fines up to $13,970 to each of the three 'victims of a degrading treatment'. The European...

Iran issues arrest warrant for US President, seeks Interpol help

Iran has issued an arrest warrant for US President Donald Trump and asked Interpol for help in detaining Trump and dozens of others. The US...

French authorities arrests six over stolen Banksy artwork

French authorities have arrested six people over theft of an artwork by British street artist Banksy that was stolen from Bataclan concert hall in...

Militia members under investigation after Iraq base raid

Militia members under investigation,Joint Operations Command says detentions by CTS unit after judiciary issued arrest warrant to pre-empt potential attack. Iraq's military authorities have confirmed...

Belarus President accuses Russia of election meddling

Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko says external forces stand behind his opponents, disseminating information to discredit him. Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko has accused Russia of meddling...

Saudi crown prince MBS pressures ex-intel official’s family over documents

Saudi Arabia's crown prince Mohammed bin Salman seeks access to sensitive documents that are in Saad al-Jabri's possession, sources say. As Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed...

Official who took $3.2m bribe from Bangladeshi MP in Kuwait wanted

Kuwait’s Public Prosecution is continuing its marathon investigation into the case of the Bangladeshi MP,taken into custody on charges of human trafficking. A source familiar...

Syrian Kurdish authorities in talks over US sanctions exemption

Syrian Kurdish-led authorities are in talks with their allies in a US-led coalition on a promised exemption from US sanctions targeting Syrian government. Washington says...

Johnson and Macron demonstrated unusual reality of diplomacy in Covid

Johnson and Macron Standing apart on either side of a strip of red carpet outside 10 Downing Street,demonstrated unusual reality of diplomacy in Covid...

German federal prosecutors accuse Russia in murder of former Chechen rebel

German federal prosecutors have accused Russia of ordering murder of former Chechen rebel Tornike K. in Berlin,which strained diplomatic ties. German prosecutors accused Russia on...

Tourism ‘air bridge’ talks going well between UK-Portugal

Tourism 'air bridge' negotiations between Portugal and Britain that would allow British tourists to dodge a quarantine upon returning home in progress. Portugal’s tourism-dependent economy...

Pakistani authorities to seal city areas across country

Pakistani authorities says they will re-impose strict lockdowns in selected areas of several cities from Monday night to stem quickening virus spread. Federal government said...

Qatar World Cup Organisers bans a firm over Amnesty report

Qatar World Cup 2022 Organisers said they banned a company from working on projects as Amnesty said migrant workers at the firm went unpaid...

Prince Andrew’s lawyers hit back over US inquiry

Prince Andrew's lawyers hit back at claims the royal was not cooperating with US prosecutors investigating late financier Jeffrey Epstein. “The Duke of York has...

Jordan reopens mosques for communal prayers

Jordan reopened mosques for socially distanced prayers for the first time in over two months,Security deployed to enforce strict social distancing rules. Mosques in Jordan...

Russian 20,000-tonne diesel spill,Putin declares state of emergency

Russian 6,000 tonnes of diesel seeped into the ground and another 15,000 in nearby waterways,Russian President Vladimir Putin declared a state of emergency. Waterways near...

Legal agreement reached between Russian firm,French far-right party

Legal agreement reached between France's far-right National Rally party led by Marine Le Pen and a Russian firm over a $10.1m debt dispute. National Rally...

UAE authorities warned residents not to book tickets without ICA approval

UAE authorities have warned stranded residents not to book flights or travel back to the emirates until they receive approvals on their request. In a...

Saudi bankruptcy committee receives 381 liquidation requests

Saudi bankruptcy committee has received about 381 requests for liquidation from firms which is largest in history of Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia’s bankruptcy committee has...

Saudi journalist family forgive killers, opening way to legal reprieve

Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi family forgave his murders, paving the way for a reprieve for five defendants sentenced to death. The family of slain Saudi...

Trudeau says China doesn’t understand independence of Canada’s judiciary

Trudeau said that China does not appear to understand that Canada’s judiciary is independent, taking a rare public swipe at Beijing. China says Canada must...
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