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President of Mexican Senate meets Qatar's ambassador

President of the Senate of the United Mexican States Olga Sanchez...

King of Spain affirms importance of Amir's Visit

King Felipe VI of Spain welcomed His Highness the Amir Sheikh Tamim...

Partnership with Spain starting point towards strengthening bilateral relations: Deputy PM

HE Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs Sheikh...

Amir, Sheikha Jawaher attend banquet

Amir, Sheikha Jawaher attend banquet

His Highness the Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani and Her...

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Child Helplines international conference from May 23

The Protection and Social Rehabilitation Centre, Aman, a part of the...

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Neutral throughout the Cold War, Sweden's and Finland's decision to join NATO is one of the most sig

Finland, Sweden apply to join NATO, face Turkish objections

Finland and Sweden formally applied to join the NATO alliance on Wednesday at allied headquarters, a decision spurred by Russia's invasion of Ukraine, but face objections from Turkey to an accession process that is expected to take only a few weeks.

The 75th Cannes Film Festival during the opening ceremony and screening of the film Coupez (Final Cu

Cannes fest brings back glitz, spotlights Ukraine

A parade of Oscar winners yesterday kicked off the 75th Cannes Film Festival, back in high-wattage form after the lifting of Covid rules and devoting special attention to the war in Ukraine.


No Twitter deal sans clarity on spam accounts: Musk

Billionaire Elon Musk said yesterday his bid to buy Twitter won’t proceed unless he gets proof of the number of spam accounts plaguing the platform, adding more uncertainty to his roller-coaster pursuit of the social media giant.

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A man wearing a mask walks on a bridge during a sandstorm in Baghdad yesterday. (Reuters)

Thousands hospitalised as latest sandstorm brings Iraq to a halt

Another sandstorm that descended yesterday on climate-stressed Iraq...

Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem Pierbattista Pizzaballa (C) speaks during a press conference while acco

Jerusalem bishop condemns 'police invasion' at journalist's funeral

The Catholic archbishop in Jerusalem on Monday strongly criticised...

A handout image provided by the UAE Ministry of Presidential Affairs shows France’s President Emmanu

World leaders pay respects in UAE after death of president

World leaders descended on the United Arab Emirates yesterday to...

Demonstrators carry banners and flags during a protest against Tunisian President Kais Saied in Tuni

2,000 attend new Tunisia opposition alliance demo

A crowd estimated at more than 2,000, lower than expected, took part...

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In the context of strengthening their economic relations in recent years, the two countries have bee

Amir's visit to Spain inaugurates new phase of Qatari-Spanish Economic Partnership

The visit of His Highness the Amir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani to the Kingdom of Spain, which is part of the Amir's European tour, inaugurated a new phase in the economic relations between the two countries and enabled them to advance towards strategic partnership in light of the two countries'

The offices of Allianz in the La Defense financial district of Paris. A unit of Allianz agreed to pl

Allianz unit to plead guilty, pay $5.8bn over funds’ collapse

A unit of Allianz SE agreed to plead guilty to fraud and pay $5.8bn in fines and restitution after a relatively low-risk group of investment funds collapsed in the wake of pandemic market gyrations.

An external view of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange building. The Hang Seng Index closed up 3.1% to 20,

Asian markets rally on hopes of Shanghai gradually reopening

Hong Kong led a rally across Asian markets yesterday on hopes that China’s economic engine Shanghai will ease its weeks-long lockdown and gradually reopen businesses, though analysts caution against any long-term relief.

A sign in the window of a NatWest Group bank branch in Chelmsford, UK. NatWest is considering launch

NatWest explores a separate lender for small businesses

NatWest Group Plc is considering launching a separate digital lender for small businesses in the UK to find a new avenue of growth for the bank.

Aramco’s trading unit could fetch a valuation of tens of billions of dollars, people with knowledge

Saudi Aramco weighs IPO of trading unit amid oil boom

Saudi Aramco is considering an initial public offering of its trading arm amid a boom in oil prices in what could be one of the world’s biggest listings this year, according to people with knowledge of the matter.

A worker collects wheat at the Benha grain silos, in Al Qalyubia Governorate, Egypt, on May 15. The

Egypt faces sharp rise in costs to finance proposed $30bn deficit

Higher interest rates, a weak currency and broader investor wariness of emerging markets suggest Egypt could pay steeply to finance a projected $30bn budget deficit for the financial year starting in July.


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