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Morocco’s King pardons 29 people who were imprisoned for “terrorist or extremism” charges

Iran–In a gesture celebrating the conclusion of the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan, Morocco’s monarch pardoned 29 prisoners imprisoned for “terrorist or extremism” offenses, according


Palestinians and Israeli police brawl at al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem

Jerusalem– In the latest outbreak of violence near Jerusalem’s al-Aqsa mosque, which is venerated by Muslims and Jews alike, Israeli police fired rubber bullets and


Despite a disagreement over a new ambassador, the UN extends its Libya mission by three months

Libya– After Russia objected to a one-year extension supported by other members, the UN Security Council decided unanimously on Friday to prolong the UN political

Middle East

LebElon? Lebanese pleading with Musk to buy their nation after his takeover of Twitter

Lebanon–Elon Musk, the eccentric entrepreneur, random tweeter, and Tesla CEO, acquired his favorite social media network, Twitter, for $44 billion this week – about the


Despite the Emir’s call for unity, Kuwait’s political turmoil is certain to persist

Kuwait–Kuwaiti Emir Sheikh Nawaf al-Ahmad al-address, Sabah’s delivered on the tenth day of Ramadan, amounted to an official admission of the difficulties of resolving a

Middle East

On May 28, the United Nations invites Syrian opponents to negotiations on the country’s constitution

United Nations–The United Nations Special Envoy for Syria stated Tuesday that he has extended invitations to the Syrian government and opposition for an eighth round


6 Ways How Blockchain Can Benefit Middle Eastern Economies

It is blockchain which should be able to solve the socio-economic problem prevailing in the Middle East, experts believe. It is being believed that this


Qatar Airways has suffered a defeat in its battle with Airbus

Qatar–In the latest twist in a dramatic rivalry playing out in UK courts, a British judge refused Qatar Airways’ request to revive a jet contract

Middle East

Oil restrictions are costing Libya $60 million every day

Libya–Libya’s oil fields might reopen in days following a week of armed demonstrations in the country’s ‘Oil Crescent’ area, which has roughly reduced output, generating


Turkey denies Russian jets traveling to Syria access to its airspace: FM

Turkey–Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu was cited in local media as stating that Turkey had closed its airspace to Russian commercial and military planes traveling