Lebanon’s new Cabinet Thursday approved a draft policy statement that pledges to launch reforms, a key demand of donors, and resume negotiations with the International Monetary Fund on a bailout … Read More
Lebanon’s new Cabinet approved Thursday a policy program that aims to tackle one of the worst financial meltdowns in history.
Turkish medical producers protested on Thursday over unpaid bills worth hundreds of millions of dollars for equipment supplied to state and university hospitals.
Lebanon registered 647 coronavirus cases and six deaths in the past 24 hours, the Health Ministry reported Thursday.
Less than a year since a landmark ceasefire, war-torn Libya is preparing for elections, but controversy over a voting law poses a new threat to the UN-led peace process.
The European Union’s first ever election observation mission in Iraq will deploy 80 people to follow early parliamentary polls next month, the group’s head Viola von Cramon said Thursday.
The legendarily prolific Hollywood star has never shown much interest in retiring and appears on-screen in the movie as a former rodeo champion tasked with one last job
Somali President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed announced on Thursday he had withdrawn the powers of Prime Minister Mohamed Hussein Roble, the latest development in a bitter row that has plunged the … Read More
A Taliban guard shows AFP a storeroom full of intact musical instruments that were left behind, after reports that everything had been trashed. The caretaker says the group’s leaders had … Read More
Leaders from the western African bloc ECOWAS were meeting on Thursday to decide on measures to bring Guinea back to constitutional rule after troops ousted President Alpha Conde in a … Read More