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European Union eyes Coronavirus vaccines at less than $40

European Union bloc has deemed vaccine alliance co-led by World Health Organization slow and high-cost while eyes for vaccines at less than $40. The European...

Ethiopian PM hails ‘historic’ start of disputed dam filling

Ethiopian PM hailed "historic" early filling of the massive dam on the Blue Nile River that has stoked tensions with downstream countries Egypt and...

EU leaders clinches historic deal on pandemic recovery after fractious summit

EU leaders clinched an historic deal on a massive stimulus plan for their coronavirus-throttled economies,after a fractious summit lasting almost five days. The agreement paves...

European Union recovery fund plan hangs in balance

European Union plan to breathe life into economies throttled by coronavirus pandemic hung in the balance as leaders quarrelled over the level of spending. On...

Erdogan calls Egypt’s actions in Libya are ‘illegal’

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has denounced Egypt and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for supporting forces based in eastern Libya. Earlier Egypt's President Abdel...

Ukraine parliament names central bank chief after controversial resignation

Ukraine parliament has approved the appointment of Kyrylo Shevchenko amid concerns over the central bank's independence after controversial resignation. Ukraine's parliament has appointed a new...

Gulf nations and US issue sanctions on six targets for ties...

Gulf countries and United States have imposed sanctions on six targets, accusing them of being affiliated with Islamic State. The Treasury said the Terrorist Financing...

Ethiopia begins filling Nile Dam

Ethiopia has started filling the Grand Renaissance dam, a giant hydroelectric project it is building on the Blue Nile,after talks became deadlocked. “The construction of...

ICJ backs Qatar in air blockade

 International Court of Justice, United Nations top court rejects appeal by Bahrain, Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the UAE over an air blockade. The International Court...

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...

Berlin expects breakthrough in EU migration dispute this year

Berlin said it wants EU nations to overcome a deadlock on how to handle refugees and migrants this year, dispute that divided the 27-member...

Saudi Arabia passport is most improved of decade

Saudi Arabia passport is fastest-growing passports of 2019 according to the data of the Q2 Index Passport Henley for the second quarter. With the UAE...

Spain National Tribunal approves extradition of Mexico’s former oil chief

Spain's National Administrative Tribunal has agreed to extradite Emilio Lozoya, former chief executive of oil company to Mexico. Emilio Lozoya, who is wanted in Mexico...

Austria receives reports of Croatian police brutality against migrants

Austria's parliament received over more than 1,600-page report, documenting Croatian border police brutality against irregular migrants. A Bosnian volunteer has handed over more than 1,600...

Russia and Taliban denies New York Times report

Russia and Taliban denies the New York Times report that spy unit paid Taliban to attack NATO forces, Taliban denounced as an attempt to...

Leaders of Sudan,Ethiopia and Egypt to agree Nile dam deal

Leaders of Sudan,Ethiopia and Egypt hopeful that African Union could help them broker a deal to end a decade-long dispute over water supplies within...

United States Senate backs bill to punish China

United States Senate passed legislation that would impose mandatory sanctions on individuals or companies that back efforts by China to restrict Hong Kong’s autonomy. The...

United States,Russia hold arms control talks as key pact’s expiry looms

United States and Russia two biggest nuclear powers discuss arms control in Vienna, eight months before key nuclear weapons pact expires. The United States and...

Palestinians worries Israeli annexation could limit Dead Sea access

Palestinians are worried their restricted access of Dead Sea and its mineral-rich beaches could be cut further if Israel annexes land in occupied West...

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...

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...

Palestine mourn death of a Six-Day War hero

Palestine mourning the loss of Saiful Azam,During the 1967 Six-Day War he became the only fighter pilot to have downed four Israeli aircraft. Palestinian activists...
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