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European general court rejects EU order to Apple to pay $15bn...

European general court has rejected a European Commission order to Apple to reimburse Ireland 13 billion euros in back taxes. The ruling is a significant...

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...

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...

Study shows 60% of Saudi children spend too much time on...

Study by Kaspersky says that not all parents are in keeping with current internet trends or have enough knowledge about their children preferences. According to...

Britain ready to quit EU on ‘Australia terms’ if no deal

Britain will be ready to quit its transitional arrangements with EU “on Australia terms” if no deal on their future relationship is reached,PM Johnson...

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...

Samsung heir dodges corruption indictment

Samsung heir-apparent Jay Y. Lee scored a symbolic victory after a civilian review panel recommended against indicting billionaire on charges of corruption. In a major...

United States blacklists four companies in Iran’s metals sector

United States blacklisted four companies in Iran's metals sector,the move is the latest US effort to slash Iranian revenues since Trump withdrew from Iran...

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...

Tehran to send black boxes from Ukrainian airliner to France

Tehran will send the black boxes from a downed Ukrainian airliner to France, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said. Iran shot down the Ukraine...

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...

Yemen separatists seize Saudi-backed government island

Yemen separatists seized control of Socotra in the Arabian Sea, deposing its governor and driving out forces of Saudi-backed government. The Southern Transitional Council (STC)...

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...

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...

Far-right demonstrators clash with London Police

Far-right and anti-racism protesters rallied in London, despite strict police restrictions and warnings to stay home to contain the coronavirus. Demonstrations have been taking place...

Britain should have gone into lockdown sooner

Britain’s failure to impose a nationwide lockdown to tackle the spread of Covid sooner has cost many lives, one of government’s scientific advisers said. Britain...

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...

Oxford University vaccine trial 50% chance of success

Oxford University in charge of developing a Covid vaccine said a decline in the infection rate will make it difficult to prove whether it's...

Gwadar airport Construction in ‘full swing’ after ease in lockdown

Gwadar airport Construction has entered its second phase, as the joint Pakistan and China project pushes towards completion, officials says. The airport is located in...

Taiwan raised questions at WHO neutrality

Taiwan has said that World Health Organization (WHO) has 'forgotten' neutrality and professionalism by barring island for political reasons. The World Health Organization (WHO) has...

Madagascar herbal mix draws demand from across Africa

Madagascar herbal mix draws demand from across Africa despite WHO misgivings, its self-proclaimed and plant-based “cure” for coronavirus. Madagascar is putting its self-proclaimed, plant-based “cure”...

French lawmakers accused their own government of redraws coronavirus app debate

French lawmakers from ruling party accused their own government of withdrawing a vote on a planned coronavirus tracing app. The government last week bowed to...