Middle East

The hurdles still remain, as Asia-Pacific countries are gradually easing off travel restrictions

Asia-Pacific countries including Australia, Singapore and Japan are gradually easing some international travel restrictions as coronavirus cases slow, in hopes of helping...

UK: Impromptu game of Cricket breaks out after 10pm curfew in Peckham street

Described as "sweet and exuberant moment of joy", the participants gathered by Peckham Rye Station with a bat and ball, surrounded by...

Margaret Nolan – “Goldfinger” model and the legendary British artist died @ 76

Margaret Nolan, who served as the iconic golden-plated babe portrayed in the opening sequence of "Goldfinger" -- has died.

Roadside bomb in Kabul aimed at Afghan Vice President… which killed and wounded at least 20 people

A roadside bomb in Kabul hit Afghan Vice President Amrullah Saleh on Wednesday morning, but he escaped unharmed, his spokesman was murdered...

Donald Trump welcomes the opening of Saudi airspace to flights between Israel and the United Arab Emirates

The U.S. President Donald Trump called Saudi Arabia’s King Salman in a phone that he welcomed the opening of Saudi airspace to...

Pope Francis holds first public audience in public six months… declaring a day of prayer and fasting for Lebanon

Pope Francis organized his first weekly general audience in public in six months on Wednesday, smiling and chatting with some of the...

UAE: Two separate explosions hit Dubai, as three people killed and several others injured

The police and local media said, three people were killed and several others were injured on Monday in two separate explosions in...

Egypt’s public prosecution seeks arrest of nine suspects in alleged gang-rape case… 7 fled the country

Egypt's public prosecution is searching to arrest nine suspects accused of gang-raping a woman, including seven who have fled the country.

Israeli Warplanes bombed Hamas targets in Gaza Strip over fire balloons

Israeli warplanes striked Hamas targets in the Gaza Strip early on Wednesday in reaction to Palestinians in the enclose territory launching incendiary...

Abu Dhabi’s state defence entity to build satellite assembly, testing centre with Airbus

Abu Dhabi state defence and security entity Tawazun is to build a satellite assembly, integration and testing centre with Airbus in the United Arab...

A massive explosions that sends shockwaves through Beirut city

A Video footage shows the moment huge explosions rocked Downtown Beirut on Tuesday, flattening much of damaged buildings, ports and blowing out windows and doors across the city...

Saudi Arabia’s King is out of hospital… as he tweets Eid al-Adha greetings

Saudi Arabia’s King Salman bin Abdulaziz, 84-year-old, tweeted Eid al-Adha greetings early on Friday, shortly after leaving hospital. The custodian of Islam’s holiest sites, King...

US F-15 fighter jet flew near Iranian passenger plane over Syria… causing a panic that left many injured

A US F-15 fighter sparking a panic on board the civilian craft and a plunge that left several injured after flying near an Iranian...

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EU executives insist on tough enforcement rules in Brexit deal – Financial Times report

French President Emmanuel Macron and other EU leaders will insist on tough enforcement rules for any trade deal with Britain, warning that...

The hurdles still remain, as Asia-Pacific countries are gradually easing off travel restrictions

Asia-Pacific countries including Australia, Singapore and Japan are gradually easing some international travel restrictions as coronavirus cases slow, in hopes of helping...

UK: Impromptu game of Cricket breaks out after 10pm curfew in Peckham street

Described as "sweet and exuberant moment of joy", the participants gathered by Peckham Rye Station with a bat and ball, surrounded by...