Saudi Arabia signals need for 1 million bpd cut in oil output

  • Production cuts of up to 1 million barrels a day may be necessary
  • Suhail Al-Mazrouei, currently the president of OPEC, similarly said ‘changes’ would likely be necessary
By AP - AFP ·


France denies receiving Khashoggi tapes from Turkey and accuses Erdogan of playing games

  • Erdogan on Saturday said France, Germany and Britain had been handed the tapes
  • Le Drian said Erdogan has a 'political game to play in these circumstances'
By Arab News ·


Lebanon to form body to probe civil war disappearances

  • The long-awaited law would empower an independent national commission to gather information about the missing
  • Families and rights groups have been campaigning for the law since 2012, when it first went to parliament
By AP ·

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Lebanese MP: Sweida hostages were freed by Russia



Two Australian WWI soldiers laid to rest in France

  • Private Hedley Roy MacBeth, aged 31, and acting corporal James Leonard Rolls, aged 23, were killed in May 1917 during the second battle of Bullecourt
  • The bodies of the two soldiers from the Australian Imperial Force’s 24th infantry battalion were discovered by a disused railway track on May 23 May, 2015
By AFP ·


Netflix CEO Hastings says no plans for cheaper India offerings

  • Netflix India scored a big hit in July with the release of “Sacred Games”, a hard-boiled thriller built around Bollywood star Saif Ali Khan
  • Netflix currently has more than 130 million subscribers worldwide, with India market projected to bring in 100 million subscribers more
By Reuters ·