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Friends and foes gather in Oman to mourn Qaboos

World and regional leaders, many at odds with one another, met Oman’s new ruler on Sunday to offer condolences for the death of Sultan Qaboos whose quiet diplomacy during five decades in power helped calm regional turbulence. The rulers of Qatar and the United Arab Emirate, which are locked in a protracted dispute, were among those who visited the… Continua a leggere

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Indonesian president eyes $20bn of investment on UAE trip Indonesian president Joko Widodo.

JAKARTA: Indonesia’s president is seeking to land $20 billion worth of deals during his trip to Abu Dhabi through bilateral and business talks. President Joko Widodo, who arrived in the UAE on Sunday, is hoping to secure investment agreements in the energy, health, infrastructure, and agriculture sectors, as well as development projects for the country’s new… Continua a leggere

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Apologize and resign, Iranians tell Khamenei

JEDDAH: Iran’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei faced calls to step down on Sunday amid growing anger after the Iranian military shot down a passenger jet and killed 176 people. Demonstrations erupted across the country for a second day on Sunday, with protesters saying the regime leaders’ failure to ground civilian flights at a time of escalating… Continua a leggere

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South Korea summons Iran envoy over diplomatic threat

SEOUL: South Korea on Saturday summoned Iran’s ambassador after he implied bilateral ties could suffer if Seoul dispatched naval forces to the Strait of Hormuz.   Ambassador Badmchi Shabestari, in an interview last week with Seoul daily newspaper Joongang Ilbo, made the remarks at a time of heightened tension in the international community following the… Continua a leggere

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Ankara using media as government tool

ANKARA: As Turkey observed Working Journalists Day on January 10, the challenges faced by journalists in Turkey once again came under scrutiny.   According to the latest figures, the number of journalists who have been fired or put on trial over their reporting has increased markedly in recent years.   Over 11,000 journalists are currently… Continua a leggere

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World demands full account after Iran admits downing Ukraine jet

PARIS: Iran said Saturday it had unintentionally shot down the Ukrainian airliner that crashed this week outside Tehran killing 176 people, calling it an “unforgivable mistake.” The statement sparked some relief that at least the immediate cause of the disaster would not be concealed amid international calls for a full accounting and compensation for the… Continua a leggere

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FI, Berlusconi appoints new regional coordinators and heads of local authorities

The president of Forza Italia, Silvio Berlusconi, according to a note, took the following appointments:   The lawyer Emily Rini, regional councilor, is the new Forza Italia coordinator for Valle d’Aosta.   Dr. Giorgio Leonardi, regional councilor, is the new Forza Italia coordinator for Trentino Alto Adige.   Senator Francesco Battistoni is the new commissioner… Continua a leggere

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Philippine troops to evacuate citizens in Iraq

The Philippines on Wednesday ordered the evacuation of its nationals from Iraq amid rising tensions between the US and Iran. The Philippine government expressed deep concerns over security in the region and raised the threat alert in Iraq to the highest level. “The Philippine Embassy in Baghdad has been tasked to effect the mandatory evacuation… Continua a leggere

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Australia bushfires flare as heatwave brings renewed misery

Bushfires flared in southern Australia on Thursday as a heatwave expected to bring renewed misery set in, and officials warned some areas are “just at the beginning” of the devastating crisis. Soldiers went door-to-door advising residents to leave the South Australian town of Parndana on Kangaroo Island after a large blaze bore down on the… Continua a leggere

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Wanted: 20,000 Saudi taxi drivers (women especially welcome)

Saudi transport chiefs have launched a campaign to recruit 20,000 Saudi drivers to replace expatriates working for Uber, Careem and the Kingdom’s other taxi-app services. The number of Saudis driving taxis had risen from 100,000 to more than 600,000 since 2016, and the sector was now ready for Saudization, Majed Al-Zahrani of the Public Transport… Continua a leggere

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Trump: Iran ‘appears to be standing down’ after missile attacks

WASHINGTON: President Donald Trump said Wednesday Iran appeared to be “standing down” after missile strikes on US troop bases in Iraq that resulted in no American or Iraqi deaths. “All of our soldiers are safe and only minimal damage was sustained at our military bases. Our great American forces are prepared for anything,” he said… Continua a leggere

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فعاليات ديمقراطية تطلق “2020 سنة الشهيد المهدي بن بركة ” للمطالبة بإجلاء حقيقة اختطافه

  بمبادرة من مجموعة من المناضلات والمناضلين يمثلون عدة منظمات ديمقراطية قبل بضعة أسابيع بالرباط لجنة من أجل تجسيد مبادرة تخصيص سنة 2020 للمطالبة بإجلاء الحقيقة كاملة في ملف الشهيد المهدي بن بركة، ومن أجل إحياء الذاكرة العادلة بشأن الشهيد ونضالاته وقضية الاختفاء القسري وإشاعة بعض من فكر المهدي وعطاءاته، بالموازاة مع تشكيل لجنة مماثلة… Continua a leggere

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المغرب يتسلم جثة مغربي مات غرقا بجبل طارق

كشف قاض بجبل طارق أن الجثة التي عثر عليها في غشت 2019 بعد ان طفت على سطح البحر تعود لشاب مغربي يبلغ من العمر 23 سنة، مضيفا بأن الشاب سقط من قارب للهجرة السرية بينما كان يحاول الوصول إلى السواحل الإسبانية. وذكرت شرطة جبل طارق في بيان صحفي نشر يوم الثلاثاء 7 يناير 2020، بأن… Continua a leggere

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Algeria names panel to amend constitution as protests persist

President Abdelmadjid Tebboune formed a panel on Wednesday to amend Algeria’s constitution to give parliament and the judiciary a greater role, a step aimed at helping end a months-long political crisis. Tebboune was elected last month to replace veteran leader Abdelaziz Bouteflika, who was forced to step down in April amid massive protests that have… Continua a leggere

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