It’s all lies, says Melania Trump

Former model Melania Trump says the women who have accused her husband of sexually assaulting them are making it up. Mrs Trump, who married Donald...

EU ‘confident’ Morsi death penalty will be revised

EU says Egyptian judiciary should ensure ousted president receives 'proper and independent investigations'. BRUSSELS – The European Union has called on the Egyptian judiciary to...

CORRECTION – Turkish president vows to ‘wipe out’ terrorists

Leader's remarks delivered at medal ceremony for military veterans and martyrs' families CORRECTS "WE WILL ALLOW" TO "WE WILL NOT ALLOW" IN PARAGRAPH 3ANKARA...
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Tarek Obaid’s Petrosaudi wins court of appeal against Venezuelan firm PDVSA

On January 25th 2017, PetroSaudi, represented by Clyde & Co, succeeded in showing that the signatory’s understanding wasn’t fraudulent and therefore totally valid. Based...

Senate battles over health law

As congress sits to take a decision on healthcare, McCornell assigns Republican Party members to taskforce assigned to produce the documentation. Currently it is congress’...

U.S. dollar rebounds with questions about Trump’s impact after the inauguration

The dollar lost some of its energy as of late, however it is up 0.1% against six noteworthy monetary forms. Stock fates on Wall...
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Djibouti accuses Eritrea-hired ‘mercenaries’ of crimes

Djibouti on Sunday accused neighboring Eritrea of using mercenaries to destabilizing the situation in the country. "Armed mercenaries serving the Eritrean government are terrorizing civilians...

Azhar deplores Shia mosque bombing in E. Saudi Arabia

CAIRO – Al-Azhar, the highest seat of Sunni Muslim learning, condemned Friday a suicide attack that targeted a Shia mosque in eastern Saudi Arabia,...

Important changes you need to know for 2017 tax filing season

For 2017, early filers may see a slight postponement in their refund check. As per the IRS, the Protecting Americans from Tax Hikes (PATH)...

US will not recognize Nagorno-Karabakh’s elections

'We will not accept the results of the elections on May 3' says State Dept. WASHINGTON -- Results of Nagorno-Karabakh’s May 3 elections will not...

Cambodian judges against arresting war crimes suspect

Former Khmer Rouge navy commander free despite 2 arrest warrants, with Prime Minister Hun Sen opposed to his caseBy Lauren CrothersPHNOM PENH, Cambodia ...

Japanese PM orders budget focus on welfare, agriculture

Supplementary budget for fiscal year 2015 likely to include more than $24.5 billion of spending to stimulate economy TOKYO - Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe...

Australian Prime Minister will mandate lawmakers to announce citizenship to end political crisis

Australia’s head of government had at the beginning of the week reported has plan to drive each and every one of the nation’s administrators...

Ethiopia veterans want Italy apology, compensation

Ethiopian veterans, who gathered on Tuesday to commemorate comrades who fell during the Second Italo-Ethiopian War (1936-1940), say Rome should apologize and provide compensation...
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Saudi Arabia, Eritrea agree to boost Red Sea security

Saudi Arabia and Eritrea have reached a security and military agreement on fighting terrorism, illegal trade and piracy in the Red Sea, Eritrean diplomatic...

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