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On the last day of voting in Parliament,ballot boxes open in20European countries
labiba - 4 days

As the war rages in Ukraine and anti-immigrant sentiment grows, voters in the European Union are worried that a potential tilt to the political right could impair the bloc's ability to make decisions. This is the reason why many are flocking to...

“This is not a war economy.”Russian Economy Minister tells Hadley Gamble
labiba - 4 days

Russia's Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Novak downplayed the effect of Western sanctions on his nation's economy in an exclusive interview with Hadley Gamble of Al Arabiya English. He cited the IMF's growth estimates of 3.2 percent...

WHO Regional Director: Syria's neglected health problem requires treatment
labiba - 4 days

A senior WHO official stated that the world has forgotten about Syria's broken healthcare system and called for innovative solutions to stop the country's medical personnel from leaving.

Israel is ready to take “strong measures” near the Lebanese border
labiba - 1 week

During a tour of Israel's northern border with Lebanon on Wednesday, Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu declared that his country was ready for forceful action in the north. Tuesday saw fierce fighting erupt in Gaza following calls from...

The President of India wins the elections and China congratulates him
labiba - 1 week

Following Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's election victory on Wednesday, China congratulated him and said it was "ready to work" with its neighbor.

Why is immigration a big issue in the British elections?
labiba - 1 week

One of the main battlegrounds of the forthcoming election will be immigration, as British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has promised to reduce immigration levels if his Conservative Party wins next month's election.

Hunter Biden's ex-wife and family members appear in court on gun trial
labiba - 1 week

In order to demonstrate to the jurors that Hunter Biden's drug addiction persisted at the time he purchased a firearm and, according to the prosecution, lied on a form to do so, federal prosecutors have spent hours presenting the jury with proof...

An Iranian advisor was killed in an Israeli raid on the Syrian city of Aleppo
labiba - 2 weeks

According to Iranian media, an aide perished in an Israeli strike that claimed the lives of 16 members of pro-Iranian groups early on Monday in Aleppo, in northern Syria.

Early results indicate that India's Modi is headed for a diminished majority.
noor - 2 weeks

Even though Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's alliance is leading in the general election vote count, preliminary figures reveal that they will not achieve the landslide victory projected by the exit polls.

British Prime Minister pledges to limit immigration visas
labiba - 2 weeks

Following the opposition's announcement of its plans regarding the crucial election issue, the ruling Conservative party on Monday unveiled proposals for new yearly limitations on work and family visas in an effort to reduce immigration.

Japan is at a loss over the size of cash payments to about 23 million people despite a fixed 2024 tax cut
Mohamed Shalaby - 2 weeks

Under the fixed-rate tax reduction system that began in June 2024, local governments will play a major role in implementing the project, along with businesses. This is because, in addition to the administrative duties for reducing resident taxes,...

Macron needs to do more to defuse the tension
labiba - 2 weeks

The pro-independence political party of New Caledonia has informed French President Emmanuel Macron that it is unable to urge demonstrators to take down barriers around the French Pacific region because they are not confident Macron will abandon a...

Elections in South Africa: What you should know before historic coalition negoti
mohmed - 2 weeks

The African National Congress, which helped free the nation from apartheid in 1994, lost its 30-year majority, but that is about all that has been determined by the election in South Africa.

US President Biden is preparing an order to close the asylum if the daily averag
mohmed - 2 weeks

According to multiple people familiar with the discussions, the White House is informing lawmakers that President Joe Biden is getting ready to approve an executive order that would close the US-Mexico border to asylum requests once the average daily...

Bharatiya Janata Party 2024 Live Updates
Mohamed Shalaby - 2 weeks

June 4, NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Early vote-counting patterns for Tuesday's general election suggested that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's alliance was capturing a majority of seats, but far short of the landslide anticipated in exit...

Riyadh Air set to expand partnerships with more airlin
mohmed - 2 weeks

As Saudi Arabia's newest airline works to establish international relationships ahead of its market launch next year, Riyadh Air is broadening its network of collaborations with well-established carriers throughout the world.

A police officer was stabbed during the fight against terrorism in Germany
labiba - 2 weeks

After being severely stabbed during an attack at an anti-Islamic gathering in Germany, a 29-year-old police officer passed away on Sunday.

EU Council introduces Major Changes to Schengen Rules
Omar Abbas - 3 weeks

The Council of the European Union has finalized and approved a significant update to the Schengen Borders Code, introducing tighter border control measures and new health regulations for non-EU travelers.

Norway, Ireland, Spain Set to Recognize Palestinian Statehood on May 28
Omar Abbas - 3 weeks

The recent decision by Ireland, Spain, and Norway to recognize a Palestinian state has ignited a diplomatic response from Israel, resulting in the immediate recall of Israeli ambassadors from these countries.

UAE: Non-resident Indians Exclusion in Indian Elections Sparks Expat Concern
Omar Abbas - 3 weeks

The exclusion of non-resident Indians (NRIs) from participating in Indian elections is a pressing issue that demands immediate attention and reform.

Israel used American weapons in contravention of international law
Mohamed Shalaby - 1 month

According to a report sent to Congress late Friday, the Biden administration determined that Israel most certainly violated humanitarian law when using weapons that were supplied by the US.

Flood death toll rises to 126 in Brazil
Mohamed Shalaby - 1 month

As the death toll from the catastrophic floods in Brazil's southernmost state increased from 113 earlier in the day to 126, local authorities reported that rain has returned to Rio Grande do Sul on Friday.

How I got the EB-5 American Golden Visa event in Dubai
Mohamed Shalaby - 1 month

A fantastic chance for all travelers, as a knowledgeable panel of American attorneys will present a seminar on the US Golden Visa at the Westin Hotel in Dubai Marina on Sunday....

Macron: Ready to start a discussion about European defense that includes nuclear weapons
Mohamed Shalaby - 1 month

The president of France, Emmanuel Macron, stated that his nation is prepared to contribute to the protection of European territories, not just itself, and he was willing to start a conversation about a European defense that includes nuclear weapons....

The American university movement continues despite the arrests and reaches Canada
Mohamed Shalaby - 1 month

While the movement spread to Canada, where a sit-in was staged inside a Montreal institution for the first time, student protests against the Israeli war on Gaza persisted in the United States despite the police detaining over 600 students since the...

How to obtain Turkish citizenship in exchange for investment
Mohamed Shalaby - 1 month

Turkey's advantageous location between Europe and Asia, along with the recent economic growth it has experienced, make it a desirable destination for many investors. Investing in Turkey can earn you Turkish citizenship, which opens doors to both...

Fears of suppression of pro Palestinian voices in Europe
Mohamed Shalaby - 1 month

Given how strongly people feel about Israel's actions in the Gaza Strip, multiple groups disclosed... The government informed Agence France-Presse of its concerns over the "suppression" of voices endorsing the Palestinian cause across...