Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan

The economic crisis impedes the expansionist aims of the Turkish regime

Turkey will suspend “for some time” the energy explorations launched last week in the south-east Aegean Sea, in an area disputed with Athens off the Greek island of Kastellorizo

President of China, Xi Jinping
News World

Analysts fear geopolitical tensions would intensify if Trump’s tough talks on China continues

In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic and in front of the November presidential political elections, President Donald Trump….

Bank of Baghdad ATM machine in Beirut
Middle East News

Lebanon economic crisis deepens: Central Bank injects dollars and black market thrives

The Lebanon central bank’s plan to control the plunging pound against dollar seemed to have fallen flat and doing quiet the opposite….

In Dubai an employee sterilises shopping Carts at The Hypermarket Prevent Coronavirus Disease
Middle East News

Qatari companies cut wages, jobs and cancel expatriate leave over Coronavirus pandemic

The financial aftermath of the coronavirus pandemic causes significant damage in Qatar following a surge in the flare-up that has of late….

Parliament house in Beirut, Lebanon. Editorial.
News Opinion

Lebanon’s Banking Association is not pleased with the government stats presented to IMF

The Lebanese government plan, which will build the basis of the dialogue on monetary aid with the International Monetary Fund (IMF)….

, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan
News Opinion

Turkey’s lira hits an all time low reaching 7.24 against US dollar

On Thursday, Turkish lira hit its lowest level dropping 0.7% to 7.2496 against US dollar. The historic slump in Lira’s value, broke its own record

Revolution in Lebanon, Protests in Lebanon
Middle East News

Lebanon: People take to the streets enraged by worsening economic crisis

People in Lebanon have taken to the streets expressing their anger over the government’s handling of economic crisis. The protests all across the nation took

planting cannabis
Middle East News

Why Hezbollah opposes Lebanon’s legalizing cannabis cultivation

On Tuesday, Lebanon’s parliament legalised the cultivation of cannabis for medical and industrial use. The country said that the historic judgment, which made it the

On Thursday, At the beginning of a visit to Lebanon, A group of experts from the International Monetary Fund (IMF)
Middle East News

IMF experts visit Lebanon as it faces financial crisis

On Thursday, At the beginning of a visit to Lebanon, A group of experts from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) met Lebanese government authorities to