International

  • Israeli ex-minister sentenced to 11 years in prison for spying for Iran
  • Israeli ex-minister sentenced to 11 years in

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    Israeli ex-minister Gonen Segev has been sentenced to 11 years in jail for spying for an enemy state, the Israeli Justice Ministry said on Wednesday.
    Israeli security organization the Shin Bet uncovered in June that the exper

  • Trump demands $5.7b for Mexico border barrier
  • Trump demands $5.7b for Mexico border barrier

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    President Donald Trump on Tuesday rehashed his interest for $5.7 billion in subsidizing for a divider on the fringe with Mexico, however held back before requiring a much-touted highly sensitive situation. 
    "As a ma

  • MoI to unveil P-2-P system to control speeding on main roads & highways
  • MoI to unveil P-2-P system to control speeding on

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    Assistant Undersecretary for Traffic Affairs and Operations Major General Jamal Al-Sayegh has discharged 18 new patrol vehicles to monitor speed limits of drivers on primary streets and highways, reports Al-Seyassah daily. 

  • 'ISIS' Filipina's jail upheld
  • 'ISIS' Filipina's jail upheld

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    The Court of Appeal has upheld the First Instance Court's decision which condemned a Filipino woman to 10 years in jail with hard labor pursued by deportation to her nation of origin in the wake of serving her sentence.  

  • RIP-off? Rising repatriation cost of bodies worries expats
  • RIP-off? Rising repatriation cost of bodies

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    Social laborers in Oman say they will battle to raise funds for the repatriation of the dead bodies of Asian expat workers in the Sultanate, after a few airlines have chosen to increase the charges required to transport them home by more than 30

  • Filipina maid attempts suicide
  • Filipina maid attempts suicide

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    A Filipina domestic helper, who is accepted to be in her 30s, has been admitted to the Farwaniya Hospital with fractures and internal bleeding, reports Al-Anba daily. The daily included the health condition of the Filipina is critical. 

  • China faces 'unstoppable' population decline, India may already be world's most populous country
  • China faces 'unstoppable' population decline,

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    China's populace is set to peak at 1.44 billion out of 2029 preceding start a "unstoppable" decrease in 2030, as indicated by a stunning new report. Information implies that India may as of now be the most crowded nation on the

  • Saudi woman seeking asylum 'under the care' of UN agency: Thailand official
  • Saudi woman seeking asylum 'under the care' of UN

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    The Saudi teen who made an edgy supplication for asylum after landing at Bangkok airport has been set "under the care" of the United Nations refugee agency, a Thai authority said late Monday. 
    Rahaf Mohammed Mo

  • Malaysian royals to vote for a new king after surprise resignation
  • Malaysian royals to vote for a new king after

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    Members of Malaysia's royal families conceded to Monday to vote in favor of another ruler on Jan. 24 to supplant King Muhammad V, who has ventured down out of the blue, the national news organization Bernama revealed.  

  • Man Shot Dead For Throwing Stones At Dog
  • Man Shot Dead For Throwing Stones At Dog

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    The  police said that a 30-year-old man was shot dead by the owner of a dog for throwing  some stones at the animal in Delhi, India  on Sunday.
    Afaq was walking on a road of Welcome Colony in northeast Delhi wh

  • ''Will Be Killed If Sent Back'': Saudi Woman Stopped From Entering Thailand
  • ''Will Be Killed If Sent Back'': Saudi Woman

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    A Saudi woman held at Bangkok airport terminal said she would be killed if she was repatriated by Thai immigration officials, who affirmed the 18-year-old was denied sectientry to the country Sunday. 
    The occurrence come

  • North Kuwait feels 'tremor'
  • North Kuwait feels 'tremor'

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    A few people in northern Kuwait felt a tremor that struck an area near Iran-Iraq borders on Sunday, estimating 5.9 degrees on Richter scale, Director of the Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research's (KISR) National Siesmological Network

  • Death toll from Philippine storm, landslides climbs to 126
  • Death toll from Philippine storm, landslides

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    The death toll from a storm that devastated the Philippines shortly after Christmas increase to 126, according to Channel News Asia.
    The storm hit central and