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Oman’s 51st National Day of Renaissance

Oman’s 51st National Day of Renaissance

Oman will Thursday mark the 51st National Day of the Renaissance. The event comes around at a time when Omanis ponder about the achievements made so far and brace for further accomplishments, with firm resolve, under the astute leadership of Sultan Haitham bin Tarik

Troops kill Palestinian in West Bank clash: groups

Troops kill Palestinian in West Bank clash: groups

Israeli troops killed a Palestinian yesterday in an exchange of fire in the occupied West Bank, the Hamas and Islamic Jihad groups said, each claiming the man as a member.

Kuwait calls for permanent Arab representation in UN Security Council

Kuwait calls for permanent Arab representation in UN Security Council

Kuwait's UN permanent representative Ambassador Mansour Al-Otaibi affirmed that the Arab League was demanding a permanent Arab representation in the Security Council.

Amir of Kuwait temporarily assigns Crown Prince to his constitutional rights

Amir of Kuwait temporarily assigns Crown Prince to his constitutional rights

Minister of Kuwait's Amiri Diwan Affairs Sheikh Mohammad Abdullah Al-Mubarak Al-Sabah announced on Monday an Amiri order was issued assigning temporarily the Crown Prince to exercise some constitutional rights for HH the Amir of the State of Kuwait Sheikh Nawaf Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, Kuwait New

Kadhafi's son Seif al-Islam registers to run for Libya presidency

Kadhafi's son Seif al-Islam registers to run for Libya presidency

Seif al-Islam Kadhafi, son of slain Libyan dictator Moamer Kadhafi, registered Sunday to run in the country's December presidential polls, the electoral commission said.

Kuwait Amir accepts govt resignation

Kuwait Amir accepts govt resignation

Kuwait's Amir Sheikh Nawaf al-Ahmed al-Sabah accepted on Sunday the resignation of the government, state news agency KUNA reported.

US military hid airstrikes that killed dozens of civilians in Syria: NYT

US military hid airstrikes that killed dozens of civilians in Syria: NYT

The US military covered up 2019 airstrikes in Syria that killed up to 64 women and children, a possible war crime, during the battle against Islamic State, the New York Times reported on Saturday.

Tunisian town revolts over trash crisis

Tunisian town revolts over trash crisis

As tear gas and protest cries filled the air in the Tunisian town of Agareb, Mabrouka Ben Ibrahim vowed to demonstrate for her daughter, whose death she blames on a nearby rubbish dump.

Five dead in crackdown on Sudan anti-coup protests

Five dead in crackdown on Sudan anti-coup protests

Sudanese security forces killed at least five demonstrators yesterday in a crackdown on anti-coup protests, medics said, after the military tightened its grip by forming a new ruling council.

Israeli occupation forces arrest seven Palestinians, settlers storm Al-Aqsa

Israeli occupation forces arrest seven Palestinians, settlers storm Al-Aqsa

Israeli occupation forces arrested seven Palestinians from separate areas in the occupied West Bank Thursday, while settlers stormed the Al-Aqsa Mosque.

Delhi’s toxic air ruins students’ return to school

Delhi’s toxic air ruins students’ return to school

Many students in New Delhi stayed at home yesterday rather than return to reopened schools as a toxic smog shrouded the city. New Delhi has the worst air quality of any capital city but even by its standards the past few days have been extraordinarily bad.

Militia ‘staged drone attack on Iraqi PM’

Militia ‘staged drone attack on Iraqi PM’

A drone attack that targeted the Iraqi prime minister yesterday was carried out by at least one militia, Iraqi security officials and militia sources said, weeks after some groups were routed in elections they say were rigged.

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