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Covid, Israel does not rule out the vaccine fourth dose

Israel–It is not “unreasonable” that “a fourth vaccine” may be needed. Israeli health minister Nitzan Horowitz explained in several interviews that he does not rule

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Chaotic Libyan election: Gaddafi’s son disqualified from contesting in polls

Libya–Controversies and anticipated turmoil around December scheduled elections in Libya doesn’t seem to end. The latest addition to chaos is disqualification of Saif al-Islam Gaddafi

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Zerocalcare scandal in Turkey: Controversy on Kurdish flag in “Tear along the edges”

Turkey–For six days on the small screen, Zerocalcare, with its series “Tear along the edges,” makes a big noise in Turkey. After the controversy over

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WFP: Hunger threatens millions of families in Yemen

Yemen–The humanitarian situation in Yemen is precipitating. The alarm comes from the World Food Program (WFP), which has detected the presence of as many as

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Libya: Interim Prime Minister emerges as new presidential candidate

Libya–A new name has been added to the hefty list of presidential candidates for Libya’s elections. Libya’s interim prime minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah has decided

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Lebanon To Sack Senior Information Minister Over Bad Blood With Arab Countries

Lebanon– Cabinet session is on the anvil for Lebanon that is reeling under severe poverty and no subsidy for medicines as of now. Prices have

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Turkey, Israeli couple accused of espionage released

Turkey–The Turkish regime released two Israeli spouses, Mordechai and Natalie Oknin, arrested eight days ago for photographing President Erdogan’s palace in Istanbul and later suspected

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Subsidy Free Medicines In Lebanon Makes Medication Unaffordable

Lebanon–Nothing is getting to be easier for Lebanon as it is now medicine prices that have hit the roof this week, after subsidies were lifted.

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UN Security Council: Iraq had free and fair elections

Iraq–The United Nations Security Council welcomed the efforts to achieve free and fair legislative elections in Iraq. However, in a statement released by the Al-Hurra

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The New York Times reveals probable US war crimes in Syria

Syria–The New York Times ran an article on November 13, accusing the US military of concealing two airstrikes conducted in Syria on March 18, 2019,