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US Federal Appeals Court (AFP/File Photo)
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A Mexican citizen in the United States illegally was sentenced to death on Wednesday for the killings of two California police officers in 2014.
Mohamed Salah
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Cristiano Ronaldo prefers Mohamed Salah to join Real Madrid over the likes of Neymar, according to Don Balon.
Morocco bids to become the second African country to host the Mundial after South Africa in 2010
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A delegation from the Morocco 2026 World Cup Bid Committee met with presidents of Member Association in Accra, Ghana, on Tuesday, 24 April 2018...
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The Turkish Football Federation (TFF) on Thursday submitted its bid to host UEFA EURO 2024.
Activists protest against the deployment of the US-built Thaad anti-missile system outside the Defense Ministry in Seoul. (AFP/ File Photo)
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North Korea condemned negotiations on U.S.-South Korea defense cost-sharing in a propaganda statement issued online Wednesday.
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Authorities in California announced Wednesday they arrested the so-called Golden State Killer more than 40 years after the start of a decade-long rape and killing spree throughout the state.
Markle has starred in Suits, which follows the fortunes of a New York legal firm, since the show first aired in 2011 (Source: ADRIAN DENNIS - AFP)
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Meghan Markle made her final TV appearance as an actress on Wednesday night, marrying long-time love interest Mike Ross in the US legal drama “Suits.” A month before Markle’s real-life wedding to Britain’s Prince Harry, her character Rachel Zane tied the knot with Ross, played by Patrick J. Adams, in a two-hour episode, entitled “Good-Bye.”
Al Duhail manager Djamel Belmadi
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The two big teams in the country will clash for the Qatar Cup title on Friday at Jassim Bin Hmad Stadium.
Sharjah (AFP/File Photo)
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A body of a 36-year-old-Indian woman was found buried in a room of her house in Mysalon Area in Sharjah.
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi (AFP/File Photo)
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Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah Al Sisi signed off on Tuesday a legislation to establish the Supreme Council to Combat Terrorism and Extremism to act as an independent body with all technical, financial and administrative powers, state news agency MENA reported.
Women protest hijab (AFP/File Photo)
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A brave woman posed next to a police car without her hijab in Iran while a whole family removed their headscarves in solidarity with a woman who was viciously beaten by 'morality police officers'.
Mendes released on Twitter the 14-track listing for his new upcoming album (Source: ANGELA WEISS - AFP)
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Shawn Mendes unveiled on Twitter that his upcoming, self-titled third studio album will arrive on May 25. Mendes made the announcement Wednesday alongside the cover art for Shawn Mendes: The Album, which features the singer's face coming apart to reveal flowers.
Beirut Beach (AFP/File Photo)
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Beirut’s First Investigative Judge Ghassan Oueidat issued an indictment Wednesday for a man who allegedly killed his ex-wife, fled to Syria, and later came back and handed himself in, the state-run National News Agency reported.
Abu Dhabi view (AFP/File Photo)
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The Public Prosecution Office of the Abu Dhabi Judicial Department, ADJD, summoned today a government official to clarify the issue of appointing a less than eight-month old baby boy to a, 'Happiness Executive' role.
Asylum seekers in Greece (AFP/File Photo)
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Human rights groups raised the alarm, Wednesday, on the "abusive" policy adopted by Greece towards containing asylum-seekers on its islands.
Kensington Palace made the announcement that Harry had chosen William on Twitter alongside photos of the siblings together from throughout the years (Source: Eddie MULHOLLAND - POOL - AFP)
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Prince Harry has asked his brother Prince William to be his best man at his upcoming wedding to Meghan Markle on May 19. Kensington Palace made the announcement that Harry had chosen William on Twitter alongside photos of the siblings together from throughout the years -- including one featuring the pair holding lightsabers from Star Wars.
Taylor Swift posted a photo of herself preparing for her upcoming tour on social media. (Source: AFP)
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Taylor Swift posted on Instagram a behind-the-scenes rehearsal photo of herself getting ready for her upcoming Reputation stadium tour that begins in May. "13 days til Reputation Stadium Tour," Swift said alongside a black and white photo that features herself dancing and sweating while wearing an all black outfit and combat boots.
Muslim residents standing outside a shelter in Maungdaw district in Myanmar's Rakhine state near the Bangladesh border (AFP/File Photo)
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The image of Myanmar was badly marred as the humanitarian crisis has been deepening over the past several months following the last year crackdown by the military on Rohingya Muslims in western Rakhine state.
Odd couple: West, shown with Trump in December 2016 in New York City, tweeted that 'the mob can't make me not love him' while also calling him his 'brother' (Source: AFP)
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John Legend took to Twitter on Wednesday to counter Kanye West's praise for President Donald Trump.
Iraqi police (AFP/ File Photo)
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At least two Iraqi federal police officers were killed on Thursday -- and another two injured -- in an attack by Daesh terrorists on a military post in Kirkuk province, according to local police sources.
Prime Minister Ahmed Ouyahia slammed for his statement on terror. (AFP/ File Photo)
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The Algerian government has been scrambling to contain the backlash among residents of the southern part of the country over remarks on terrorism made by Prime Minister Ahmed Ouyahia.
Tump, Macron meet at White House. (AFP/ File Photo)
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Emmanuel Macron has taken a parting shot at Donald Trump and said it is 'insane' the US is pulling out of international treaties while predicting the President would kill the Iran deal.
Since its introduction however, blockchain’s potential has been recognized by many outside the cryptocurrency arena and is being adopted across myriad industries. (Shutterstock)
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Blockchain technology, which allows information to be distributed on a digital ledger that details previous transactions but which cannot be copied, was originally pioneered by the developer of Bitcoin.
Kim Kardashian finally released images of her new KKW Body fragrance bottle that was modeled after her own shapely figure on Wednesday. (Source: Kim Kardashian - Snapchat - Angela Weiss - AFP)
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She's been teasing her fans for days with saucy snaps of her nude body. But Kim Kardashian finally released images of her new KKW Body fragrance bottle that was modeled after her own shapely figure on Wednesday.
A man about to be executed in Saudi Arabia (AFP/FILE)
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A new Human Rights Watch report reminds the world that Saudi still has a long way to go before becoming the 'modern' state it's been trying to sell itself as.
Emmanuel Macron vowed that Iran will never possess any nuclear weapons "not now, not in five years, not in 10 years, never.” (AFP/ File Photo)
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French President Emmanuel Macron vowed on Wednesday that Iran will never possess any nuclear weapons, a day after he announced his readiness to work with the United States on a new nuclear deal.
Saudi women arriving at one of the stadiums in the country  to celebrate the National Day of Saudi Arabia in Riyadh (AFP/File Photo)
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Despite the great steps taken by the Saudi Ministry of Justice to give women a freer and more secure life, many Saudi women still do not have enough knowledge of their rights.
Lebanese Kataeb Party leader MP Sami Gemayel filed an appeal against a controversial article of the 2018 budget. (AFP/ File Photo)
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The Constitutional Council Thursday agreed to suspend a controversial article of the 2018 budget, after convening to discuss an appeal filed by Kataeb Party leader MP Sami Gemayel against this article among others, the state-run National News Agency reported.
Durov’s defence of user privacy was praised by privacy activists including Edward Snowden, although it did little good for the app. /AFP
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Iranian officials have long mistrusted Telegram. It can serve as both a conventional messaging app, but users can also create channels that give them a one-way communication platform.
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Jordan Rally, the first round of the Middle East Rally Championship (MERC) kicks off on Thursday with an exciting super special stage at the shores...
General Haftar in front of Libya (Rami Khoury/Al Bawaba)
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The situation in Libya is about to get a whole lot messier...
The Houthis say they have modified the Borkan missiles and can now reach targets of up to 1,000km away (AFP/ File Photo)
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The Speaker of Parliament in Cyprus, Demetris Syllouris, has condemned the repeated terrorist attacks carried out by Houthi militias using ballistic missiles on Saudi Arabia’s territories and targeting its civilian facilities and populated cities.
Breaking news: Cardi B announced she needs to take a break from performing as she is in the last stages of pregnancy via an Instagram video on Wednesday (Source: Instagram)
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She is expecting her first child with fellow rapper Offset and Cardi B announced she needs to take a break from performing as she is in the last stages of pregnancy via an Instagram video on Wednesday.
The IMF, NATO and the U.N.—fading into the desert (Rami Khoury/Al Bawaba)
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We examine how the IMF, NATO and UN are failing to serve as functioning models of globalization and multilateralism.
Syrian refugees in Jordan (AFP/File Photo)
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A consortium of 61 international NGOs working in Jordan has welcomed the renewed partnership between Jordan and the international community to ensure that thousands of Syrian refugees and vulnerable Jordanians do not fall further into poverty.
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A Nigerian senator has been charged on a two-count charge of money laundering and fraud involving $2.2 million.
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A Syrian filmmaker says Russian state media have used images from the set of his 2016 movie to claim that video footage from an April 7 suspected poison gas attack in Syria was staged.
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Wrestling giant WWE has been slammed by fans for excluding women wrestlers from its landmark show in Saudi Arabia.
Your personality does influence many areas of your life, ranging from your simple daily tasks to the more complex ones, so no wonder it influences the career side of life. (Shutterstock)
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Have you ever thought about how your personality directly aligns with your job? Understanding your personality thoroughly will help you land your dream job if you are a current job seeker, or improve your career path if you have already started it.
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#Liverpool: #Salah reveals his secret to success
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Jazira and Faisali will face off in the 15th Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Cup West Asia Zone semis on May 7 and 14 making sure one Jordanian team will be in the zonal final of the second-tier Asian club competition.
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Two suspects facing 12 terror-related charges are on trial in a Riyadh-based court, Okaz newspaper reported.
Syria's Opposition Coalition. (AFP/ File Photo)
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Three senior members of a leading Syrian opposition body have resigned in protest of what they said was the organisation's decision to "move away from its revolutionary path".
Saudi Arabia's Foreign Minister Adel Al-Jubeir pledges additional support of $100 million to Syrian refugees. (AFP/ File Photo)
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Saudi Arabia will provide an additional $100 million of humanitarian aid to alleviate the suffering of the people of Syria, through the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center.
With so much focus on bitcoin lately, we've added a new weekly update that tracks the three largest cryptocurrencies by market share. (Shutterstock)
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With so much focus on bitcoin lately, we've added a new weekly update that tracks the three largest cryptocurrencies by market share: bitcoin, ether and ripple.
The 'If You Had My Love' hitmaker performed at the TIME 100 Gala in New York City on Tuesday (Source: ANGELA WEISS - AFP)
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Jennifer Lopez's family were very "proud" of her being included on the TIME 100 list.
The Weinstein Company's list of creditors includes Meryl Streep and Jennifer Lawrence, who have both criticised Harvey Weinstein in recent months. (Source: AFP)
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The Weinstein Company's list of creditors includes Meryl Streep and Jennifer Lawrence, who have both criticised Harvey Weinstein in recent months.
The 'Blockers' actor recently split from his long-term partner just weeks before they were due to get married (Source: Ethan Miller - GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA - AFP)
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John Cena still loves Nikki Bella with "all [his] heart" and admitted their break-up "sucks".
Jordanian Foreign Minister Ayman Safadi. (AFP/ Khalil Mazraawi)
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Jordan urged the international community to take action to find a political solution to the Syrian crisis and support Syrian refugees and their host communities.
Bahrain's capital Manama. (AFP/ File Photo)
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The Public Prosecution in Bahrain presented on Tuesday new damning evidence against Bahraini suspects held for their involvement in the Qatar spy case.
Renato Villa, Philippine ambassador to Kuwait, was given a week to leave the country. (AFP/ File Photo)
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Kuwait declared the Philippine ambassador a persona non-grata and ordered him to leave the country in a week after embassy staff “rescued” Filipino domestic workers from their employers’ homes following reports of abuse.
The performance played to a packed house of Saudis, both male and female. (KhT)
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The first concert of the Egyptian Opera held at the King Fahd Cultural Center in Riyadh on Wednesday evening.
EU Commission First Vice-President Frans Timmermans speaks during a joint press conference on the Commission proposal for the protection of whistleblowers at the EU Headquarters in Brussels, on April 23, 2018. 
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The Brussels Conference on the Future of Syria, hosted by the European Union and co-chaired by the United Nations discussed humanitarian aid to Syrians affected by the civil war that is now in its eighth year, taking place on 24-25 April, 2018
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YouTube on Wednesday decided to reinstate a video exposing Israel’s brutality towards Palestinians after receiving backlash on social media.
In February, the amount of net foreign direct investment (FDI) rose by nearly 12 percent year-on-year. (Shutterstock)
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Turkey received $511 million in net international direct investment this February, the Economy Ministry announced Wednesday.
Supporters of Yemen's Houthi rebels attend a rally (AFP/File Photo)
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A court in Yemen’s capital sentenced eight people to death Wednesday for cooperating with Saudi-led coalition forces, according to Yemen’s official SABA news agency.
Rents in certain communities in Dubai can cost a year's salary, but other locations offer some bargains. (Shutterstock)
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Still struggling to pay the rent? You’re obviously not alone. While property experts say housing costs are getting cheaper, tenants in Dubai are still seeing apartments that cost more than the whole year’s salary of a low-income earner.
(From left) German Foreign Minister Heiko Mass, Dutch Minister of Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation Sigrid Kaag, British Secretary of State for International Development  Penny Mordaunt and Swedish State Secretary to Minister for Foreign Affairs Annika Soeder. (AFP/ File Photo)
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The Second Brussels Conference on the future of Syria and the region ended with a pledge of $4.4 billion for Syrian refugees, the European commissioner for humanitarian aid and crisis management said on Wednesday.
Saudi Arabia's aim is to increase the private sector contribution to gross domestic product from 40 percent to 65 percent by 2030. (Shutterstock)
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Saudi Arabia’s ports, hospitals, desalination plants, schools, and even its sports clubs, are among the candidates for early transfer to the private sector in a program that the government hopes will generate up to SR40 billion ($10.6 billion) in revenue over the next two years.
The OPCW fact-finding team is investigating allegations that Syrian government forces unleashed a chlorine attack on Douma last month. (AFP/ File Photo)
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An international chemical weapons watchdog on Wednesday said its fact-finding team has visited a second location to investigate the suspected chemical gas attack in Syria’s Douma region.
Supporters cheer Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan as he addresses an election rally in the Golbasi district of Ankara. (AFP PHOTO/ADEM ALTAN)
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Turkey's electoral body on Wednesday announced that 11 political parties will compete in the June 24 polls.
Members of the Hamas military wing (AFP/File Photo)
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Palestinian group Hamas on Wednesday denied reports about negotiations for a prisoner swap deal with Israel
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (AFP/File Photo)
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Wednesday that he was doing “diplomatic and covert” efforts to get two Israelis held in the Gaza Strip since 2014.
In its annual report on global human rights for 2017, the US Department of State, criticises a number of countries including Egypt and Saudi Arabia for their rights records. (AFP/ File Photo)
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The US Department of State criticises, in its annual report on global human rights in 2017, the situation of human rights in a number of countries, including Egypt and Saudi Arabia.
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A man was arrested in Abu Dhabi after he conned social media users on Snapchat through fraudulent means.
Hamas chief Ismail Haniyeh  (AFP/File Photo)
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Hamas political chief Ismail Haniyeh has vowed to stage protests against the decades-long Israeli occupation in the West Bank and abroad.
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A Turkish diver on Tuesday set a new world record for the longest open saltwater scuba dive in cold water.

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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan (AFP/File Photo)
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President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is to pay an official visit to South Korea next month, according to the presidential press office.
Egypt’s parliament has agreed on a new law that imposes fine of up to LE 10,000 on people who harass tourists. (AFP/ File Photo)
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Egypt’s parliament approved on Monday an article from the Antiquities Protection Law that would stipulate strict financial fines for those who harass tourists at archeological sites.
Iran national football team
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Head of Football Federation of the Islamic Republic of Iran (FFIRI) Mehdi Taj said Team Melli’s kit for the 2018 FIFA World Cup will be unveiled in the friendly match against Uzbekistan.
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Pobeda, a Russian carrier, plans to take advantage of the “stand up travel” innovation, aiming to boost its revenues by increasing the number of passengers on its flights.
 The Gunners boss has ruled out the 25-year-old playing a part for the club this season but is optimistic of his return for the global showpiece
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The Gunners boss has ruled out the 25-year-old playing a part for the club this season but is optimistic of his return for the global showpiece
An Afghan man digs a grave for one of the 57 victims of a bomb blast before the burial, a day after the attack on a voter registration center in Kabul. (AFP/ File Photo)
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Militants from ISIS terrorist group have beheaded three brothers, all working in the medical profession, in Afghanistan’s eastern province of Nangarhar, an official told Reuters on Monday.
Proposed FTP has 14-18 matches for the newly promoted team
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Proposed FTP has 14-18 matches for the newly promoted team
Asaram Bapu was sentenced for life over raping a 16-year-old female student. (AFP/ File Photo)
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Asaram Bapu, a self-proclaimed godman and spiritual guru, was sentenced by an Indian court Wednesday to life in prison for raping a minor.
Russian President Vladimir Putin pointing the finger (AFP/File Photo)
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Russian President Vladimir Putin says certain countries play into the hands of terrorists and endanger regional security by bypassing international law and resorting to military force.
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Two police officers -– one male and one female -- were critically shot Tuesday near a Home Depot in the Texas capital.
The club legend believes the Egyptian forward, on current form, is the best player the world has to offer
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The club legend believes the Egyptian forward, on current form, is the best player the world has to offer
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The announcement of the blueprint for an open-door policy in UAE sport, following a decree from President His Highness Shaikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al...
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A watchman, who stabbed a woman 66 times and smashed an aquarium over her head after she kicked his bucket, lost his appeal on Wednesday and will be jailed for life.
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The Dar al-Iftaa-affiliated Observatory of Islamophobia denounced a call by former director of the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, Philippe Val, to delete verses from the Holy Quran, which in his view call for fighting the Jews and Christians.
Cairo’s Marg area. (AFP/ File Photo)
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A gas-cylinder explosion in Cairo’s Marg area on Tuesday evening left 12 people injured, according to an Interior Ministry statement.
Lebanese Prime Minister Hariri (AFP/File Photo)
15:59 GMT
In a passing handshake with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif Wednesday at the Brussels conference on Syria, Prime Minister Saad Hariri brought up the issue of the ongoing detention of Lebanese national Nizar Zakka.
Pirates on the high seas (AFP/ File Photo)
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Suspected pirates boarded a Dutch-flagged cargo ship near the Nigerian coast, the ship's managing company said Monday.
Layal also talked about the war against her from other fellow female singers (Source: Layal Abboud - Instagram)
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Lebanese singer Layal Abboud was a guest on the TV show "Sahar Al Lail" (Staying up at Night) that is presented by comedic duo Shady Marwan and Gabi Howayek. In the interview Abboud tackled different topics including the reality of art in lebanon, and said that there are some people who stand in the way of great success that lebanese stars achieve.
Assala Nasri paid tribute to Morrocan media figure and artist Wiam Al Dahmani who passed away two days ago (Source: Assala_Official - Instagram)
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Syrian singer Assala Nasri paid tribute to Morrocan media figure and artist Wiam Al Dahmani who passed away two days ago in a heart attack at the age of 34. Assala expressed her sadness, as she posted a picture of Wiam on her Instagram account and captioned it "I don't know her but I was really touched she passed away... May her soul rest in peace". In another story, a video in which Sham, Assala's daughter, is taking care of her brothers and spending time with them floated on social media. In the video, Sham is seen talking in English with her twin brothers and she did not use any word of Arabic which made many people crticize her.
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A teenage girl was killed and seven others were injured on Tuesday, when a private minibus carrying schoolgirls overturned and crashed into the wall of a building in southeast Amman, according to officials.
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China has denounced the United States for hypocrisy and its own rights issues in its annual rebuttal to criticism from Washington about Beijing’s human rights record.
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The return leg of Iran Women’s Golf League featured five teams from Tehran, Ardabil, Khuzestan, Qom and Lorestan provinces.
Iraqi security spreads in Mosul and north of the country. (AFP/File Photo)
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Iraqi security forces on Wednesday arrested 10 Daesh terrorists in the northern city of Mosul, according to a local police chief.
Beirut from afar (AFP/File Photo)
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The Constitutional Court is set to convene Thursday to consider an appeal brought forth Tuesday by MP Sami Gemayel against a controversial article in the 2018 state budget, the state-run National News Agency reported.
Based on the performance of its stock over the past four weeks, it appears the worst may be over for Facebook. (Shutterstock)
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Today's Facebook Q1 2018 earnings release is arguably the most anticipated event of the current season as investors seek clarity about the future of this social media giant on the heels of the intense scrutiny it's faced in recent weeks about its data privacy practices.
Josef Schuster, newly-elected president of the Central Council of Jews in Germany. (AFP/ File Photo)
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A Jewish leader in Germany urged people not to wear yarmulkes out in public in major cities following several anti-Semitic attacks.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in a somber mood. (AFP/File Photo)
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The Kingdom of Jordan began the process of revoking the Jordanian citizenship of about 30 Palestinian Authority and Fatah officials and their families, London-based Arabic language newspaper Raialyoum reported Wednesday.
Federica Mogherini (AFP/File Photo)
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The second day of the Brussels II conference for Syria opened Wednesday with an emphasis on restarting negotiations for a political solution to the conflict while bolstering humanitarian aid for refugees.
Maestro Mostafa Helmy (Source: Cairo Opera House Media Office)
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A Cairo Opera House envoy consisting of 45 musicians and singers from the Arab Music Troupe arrived to Riyadh on Monday evening to perform its first ever concert in Saudi Arabia, under the supervision of the Head of the Administration for Central Eastern Music, Gihan Morsy. The envoy was received by members of the Egyptian embassy in Riyadh as well as the representatives of the Ministry of Culture and Media in Saudi Arabia, and are expected to perform concerts on Wednesday and Thursday in the King Fahd Culture Center. The musicians will be led by conductor Moustafa Helmy.
Shortly after announcing her engagement to Prince Harry, the future Duchess said she would leaving act ing to focus on humanitarian work.(Source: TOLGA AKMEN - AFP - POOL)
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A little less than a month before her royal wedding to Britain’s Prince Harry, Meghan Markle has said “I do” — on television. Markle fans who can’t wait until the actress walks down the aisle next month can tune into the seventh season finale of the legal drama “Suits” — which sees Markle’s character Rachel tie the knot with Mike, played by Patrick J. Adams. “I wanted to marry you from the second I met you,” Mike says in a preview of the episode, to air Wednesday.
Egyptian soldier prepares for ongoing security operation in north Sinai (AFP/File Photo)
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Three Egyptian troops and 30 suspected militants have been killed as part of an ongoing security operation in the restive Sinai Peninsula last week, according to the Egyptian military on Wednesday.
One Jordanian was among the 10 killed in Canada's Van attack. (AFP/ File Photo)
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Foreign Ministry on Tuesday said that a Jordanian was among the victims of the deadly van attack that took place in Canada’s Toronto.
Disney-Pixar's "Coco" is coming to Netflix in May. (Source: Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures)
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Netflix watchers can catch family films Coco, Shrek, High School Musical 3: Senior Year and Mamma Mia! in May, along with Season 4 of Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. The streaming site released a list of the movies, TV shows, comedy specials and documentaries coming and going next month.