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Monthly Archives: May 2018

CHICAGO: Missouri Governor Eric Greitens - once a rising Republican political star - resigned Tuesday amid expanding investigations of a sex scandal and potential violations of campaign finance laws. It was a stunning fall from grace for the military...
CIUDAD VICTORIA, Mexico: A Mexican journalist was found beaten to death Tuesday in the northern state of Tamaulipas, on the US border, prosecutors said, at least the fifth reporter murdered in the country this year. Hector Gonzalez Antonio, a...
KUWAIT: Lawmakers yesterday objected to a government decision to place a body overseeing Kuwaitis employed in the private sector to the Public Manpower Authority which supervises over two million expatriate workers. The Assembly also agreed that the Audit Bureau...
GAZA: Israel carried out strikes against militant bases in the Gaza Strip yesterday after a barrage of mortar fire from the Palestinian enclave further boosted tensions following weeks of deadly unrest. Separately yesterday morning, Palestinians launched boats from Gaza...

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DOHA: Qatar has moved closer to granting permanent residency to foreigners after its senior legislative body approved a draft law, first announced in the wake of the ongoing Gulf crisis. State media reported the Shura Council agreed on Monday...
KUWAIT: A high school student was arrested yesterday after attacking a school principal in protest after he was barred from taking his finals for cheating, in yet the latest incident of angry reactions to unprecedented tough control measures taken...
KUWAIT: The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) said yesterday it was carrying out refurbishments in Terminal I of Kuwait International Airport for the 2018 summer season. DGCA temporarily stopped additional flights of carriers and will allow airlines to...
PARIS: Four Libyan leaders yesterday committed to holding elections in the fractured country on Dec 10 in a joint statement issued at a peace conference in Paris. The four men, who represent most but not all of Libya’s rival...
SOLINGEN, Germany: Germany yesterday remembered the five ethnic Turkish victims of a murderous neo-Nazi arson attack 25 years ago, amid warnings of resurgent German xenophobia and simmering bilateral tensions ahead of Turkish elections. In the 1993 attack, one of...
SEOUL: US President Donald Trump confirmed yesterday that a senior North Korean official is headed to New York for talks as preparations for his historic summit with Kim Jong Un gather pace. “Meetings are currently taking place concerning Summit,...
WASHINGTON: From President Donald Trump visiting the main US military cemetery to parades and solemn remembrances, Americans honored their fallen war heroes for the Memorial Day holiday on Monday. Across the country, relatives, friends and members of the general...

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