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Talks Concluded on Qatar, EU Open Skies Agreement

Qatar and the European Union have agreed to terms for an open skies agreement, expected to be signed this year. Speaking during a CAPA Summit in Doha, both sides confirmed.

Qatar Airways and the European Union officials, gathered for the CAPA Qatar Aviation, Aero-political and Regulatory Summit in Doha, announced that the talks on open skies agreement have concluded, and will provide broader access to carriers from both sides In a strategically significant move, Qatar and the EU, will soon conclude the final terms for an open skies agreement, as confirmed

Iraq says, No permission to US to “Watch Iran”

Iraq's president Barham Salih to Trump: don't overburden us with your Iran issues.

US Troops do not have the permission to “Watch Iran,” says the Iraqi President. Barham Salih was responding to the US President Donald Trump’s comments on “to be able to watch Iran” Iraq’s President Barham Salih cleared some air by saying that US troops do not have Iraq’s permission to “watch Iran.” Comments were made a day after the US President

Chaos in Venezuela Intensifies

The two men locked in Venezuela power struggle. Opposition leader and self-declared interim president Juan Guaido in left; Current Venezuela President Nicolas Maduro in Right.

Venezuela’s political turmoil may not come to an end soon, as the world stands divided. With Maduro’s continuous refusal of holding fresh election and the international community extending support to the self-proclaimed interim President, Juan Guaido, the country is bracing for further political disorder  In the middle of strong global pressure, Nicolas Maduro continues to represent the current political crisis in

Foreigners Under Investigation in New Zealand Amid Mass Destruction Weapon Scare

Twelve foreign nationals face investigation by the New Zealand immigration authority as country tightens security measures

Twelve foreign nationals are under investigation by the New Zealand immigration authority amid growing scare of Weapons of Mass Destruction in the country. The suspects mostly comprise students from nations that have not yet signed the Nuclear Proliferation Treaties Twelve foreign nationals looking to study or work in New Zealand are under investigation by the New Zealand immigration authority. The investigation

Australian Prime Minister Visits Australian Troops in Iraq

Australian Prime Minister, Scott Morrison flew down to Iraq on Thursday for a pre-Christmas meet with Australian troops

Australian Prime Minister, Scott Morrison flew down to Iraq for a pre-Christmas visit to meet Australian troops deployed in the country Since assuming office in August, the Prime Minister of Australia, Scott Morrison made his first visit to the Middle East. He flew down to Iraq to carry out a pre-Christmas meet with Australian Defence Force personnel and the special forces

Syrian Democratic Forces Concerned Over US Withdrawal of Troops

President Donald Trump to withdraw over 2000 United States troops from Syria, claiming ISIS defeat

The United States President, Donald Trump abruptly announced the withdrawal of troops from Syria, claiming victory over the Islamic State (ISIS). The US ally, Syrian Democratic Forces now fears potential instability and danger for Syria On Tuesday night senior Whitehouse officials were informed about the United States President, Donald Trump’s decision to initiate an abrupt and rapid withdrawal of over two

Tanzanian Activist Wins 2018 UN Human Rights Prize

Tanzanian Activist Wins 2018 UN Human Rights Prize

Tanzanian girls’ rights activist, Rebeca Gyumi won the 2018 Human Rights Prize awarded by the United Nations. Over the years, the 31-year old activist has made remarkable efforts to better the condition of girls in Tanzania. Earlier this year, the United Nations announced the winners for its 2018 Human Rights Prize. Along with winners like the late Pakistani lawyer Asma Jahangir,

UN Summit: Climate Change Will Lead to Economic Crisis

Investors push governments to take strict measures to control global carbon emission levels at the UN Climate Change Conference, Poland.

The United Nations Climate Change Summit on Monday outlined the dire need for carbon control. Global investors at the summit warned against the biggest financial crisis in history that will result from continual avoidance of climatic adversities. The United Nations Climate summit on Monday held in Poland, witnessed global investors coming together to issue a serious warning against increased carbon

India Beats Australia in Opening Match of Test Series

India Wins First-Ever Opening Match of a Test Series Against Australia

India bagged its first Test series victory in Australia in the last decade on Monday. India defeated Australia by 31 runs, winning the four-match Test series by a 1-0 lead in the opening match of the four-match series held at the Australian sports ground, Adelaide Oval India beat Australia by 31 runs on Monday, marking its first Test victory in Australia

Qatar, Malaysia Strengthen Bilateral Ties

Malaysian Prime Minister and Qatari Foreign Minister hold a meeting aimed at enhancing bilateral cooperation

Qatari Foreign Minister, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani met with the Prime Minister of Malaysia, Dr Mahathir Mohamad during a working visit in the Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur. The leaders aim to increase economic cooperation between the two nations   Qatar’s Foreign Minister and Deputy Prime Minister, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani arrived at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia for a

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