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Turkey’s top court refuses to hear pro-Kurdish MP’s appeal

Turkish court has refused to hear expelled member of the Grand National Assembly of Turkey appeal against his expulsion. Gergerlioglu now plans to file an...

Italian Police arrest navy captain for spying

Italy expelled two Russian diplomats after police said they caught an Italian navy captain passing secret documents in return for money. The Italian, a captain...

Woman pays $96,000 to get rid of jinn

A Kuwaiti woman has accused two other women of swindling nearly 30,000 dinars from her by purportedly ridding her of jinn. Claimant accuses 2 other...

Adani Group to consult on Myanmar port project after report on...

Human rights groups reported India’s Adani Group subsidiary had agreed to pay millions of dollars in rent to a military-controlled firm. A military coup in...

Kuwait parliament witnesses noisy clash as lawmakers provoke each other

Two lawmakers were caught up in a heated exchange while motion to interrogate Prime Minister has been postponed to 2022. During Tuesday’s swearing in session...

Why hate crimes difficult to convict in US

There are growing calls for the suspect who killed six Asian women around Atlanta to be charged with a hate crime. As prosecutors in the...

Sudan govt signs MOU with rebel group on separation of religion...

Sharia law first imposed in Sudan in 1983, maintained by the now deposed president for the duration of his 30-year-long Islamist rule. Sudanese government and...

Bahrain unveils wage protection system to limit labour disputes

Bahrain unveiled a phased system aimed to protect wages of private sector employees, will be rolled out in three phases from May 1. The kingdom’s...

Modi Visits brought violent protest in Bangladesh, dozens injured

More than a dozen people injured after clashing with police after a two-day visit by India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi. At least a dozen people...

More expats granted Omani nationality, Important criteria facts

Thirty nine expats in Oman granted citizenship, taking the total number of foreigners to be given Omani nationality this year to 196. According to a...

Brazil’s army fails in key mission halting Amazon deforestation

Amazon was aflame two years ago, ravaged by arsonists and loggers. Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro went to war. Air Force C-130 aircraft spewed water and...

Pope Francis orders cardinals and clerics to take a 10% pay...

Vatican said Francis issued a decree introducing proportional cuts starting on April 1, most lay employees would not be affected by cuts. Pope Francis has...

Studies says covid survivor women more likely to suffer persistent problems

Two UK studies says women in 40s and 50s who survive Coronavirus more likely to suffer persistent problems. Women in their 40s and 50s appear...

Egypt’s Suez Canal gridlock important facts

Suez Canal which handles about 10 percent of international maritime trade, was blocked by container ship, causing a traffic jam. Egypt’s Suez Canal handles about...

American Federal Health shows concerns over AstraZeneca vaccine trial results

AstraZeneca vaccine trial data meant to pave the way for shot’s approval in the US, but officials say it may include ‘outdated’ information. Results from...

Britain moves to compel Northern Ireland to implement liberal abortion services

British government published legislation to hand it powers to compel Northern Ireland to implement more liberal abortion services. Britain’s parliament voted in 2019 to legalise...

UNHRC gets mandate to collect evidence of war crimes in Sri...

UN Human Rights Council adopted resolution which received 22 votes in favour and 11 against including China and Pakistan, 14 abstentions. The UN Human Rights...

Prince Harry to become first chief impact officer of BetterUp

Prince Harry will become first chief impact officer of BetterUp Inc, a firm that provides employee coaching and mental health assistance. The move comes about...

Polish writer charged over comments on Biden and US election outcome

Polish writer Jakub Zulczyk charged with insulting Andrzej Duda over his comments on Biden and the US election outcome. A Polish writer faces a possible...

Scotland’s future hangs as an independent report awaited

An independent report expected to rule on whether First Minister broke a ministerial code of conduct will be published later on Monday. If the report...

After weeks of dispute Armenia general staff issues statement on new...

Armenia’s general staff issued a statement describing a general chosen by Prime Minister as chief of army, after weeks of dispute. Pashinyan, whose political future...

Former Canadian diplomat espionage trial ends

Former Canadian diplomat Michael Kovrig was arrested in China for espionage later 2018, trial ended without a verdict being announced. After more than two years...