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Malawians voiced anger over president for family appointments to cabinet

Malawians have voiced anger after newly appointed President Lazarus Chakwera unveiled new 31-member cabinet that they said was tainted by family ties. New 31-member cabinet...

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 to launch world largest camel hospital

Saudi Arabia will launch world's largest hospital for treating camels and conducting related research in the region of Qassim in the centre of the...

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...

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...

Oman to allow part-time jobs for expats soon

Oman citizens and expatriates will soon have the option to do part-time jobs as the country is seeking to diversify its economy,state agency says. In...

Myanmar finds troops guilty in Rohingya genocide

Myanmar military officers have been found guilty by a court-martial investigating atrocities against Rohingya in conflict-ridden Rakhine state. In rare action, three military officers found...

German authorities investigates 30,000 suspects in paedophile probe

German North Rhine-Westphalia state is investigating 30,000 people who shared 'child and youth pornographic content' online. Germany is investigating about 30,000 suspects as part of...

Bahrain to pay 50% of salaries for private firms

Bahrain’s government said that it would pay 50% of salaries for private company workers in sectors that hard-hit by pandemic, state news agency reported. The...

Mahathir Mohamad backs new candidate for prime minister

Mahathir Mohamad former Malaysian prime minister has thrown his support behind chief minister of Borneon state of Sabah as candidate to lead the country. Mahathir...

Trump administration asks Supreme Court to end Obamacare

Trump administration has long called Obamacare a disgrace, but Republicans have yet to propose a popular replacement for the law. President Donald Trump's administration petitioned...

White House didn’t decided yet whether to give Israel a green...

White House still didn't took any decision whether to give Israel a green light to annex parts of the occupied West Bank, US officials...

Khartoum close to a deal with US over embassy bombings

Khartoum will soon compensate victims of the al-Qaeda attacks in Kenya and Tanzania in 1998, Foreign Minister Asmaa Abdallah said. Sudan is finalising a deal...

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...

PM Abe’s support rebounds despite ex-justice minister’s arrest

PM Shinzo Abe’s public support rebounds despite the recent arrest of his former justice minister Katsuyuki Kawai on suspicion of vote-buying. Public support for Japanese...

Canadian employees could lose their jobs if they leave Qatar

Canadian employees at a college campus in Qatar feel trapped in the country, because of a new directive from the college president. The College of...

Egypt planning to enter in Libya

Egypt’s President said they have a legitimate right to intervene in neighbouring Libya and ordered his army to be ready to carry out any...

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...

Narendra Modi meets top opposition leaders some political parties angry

Narendra Modi is meeting top opposition leaders as anti-China sentiment grows following killing of 20 Indian soldiers in hand-to-hand combat. India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi...

Tunisian Prime Minister decides to freeze salaries

Tunisian PM decided against the use of more external debt and all new expenses that arise for country would be funded only through internal...

Israeli govt builds new Jerusalem road to link settlements

Israel building new Jerusalem road,Construction is under way on a major new ring road that Israeli officials say will benefit all of its residents. Critics...
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