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Divided UN council heads to Sweden for farmhouse retreat

  • 15 ambassadors will join Secretary-General Antonio Guterres for the secluded getaway in a country setting.
  • The three-day retreat will begin on Friday.
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Quake hits near Iran nuclear power plant

  • The University of Tehran's seismology center said the epicenter of the earthquake was in the sparsely populated Kaki region, around 80 kilometres from the Bushehr plant
  • Bushehr has a 1,000 megawatt reactor built by Russia that became operational in 2011 and reached full capacity the following year
By AP ·

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Rockets hit Libya airport as UN, French officials visit to talk peace

  • One rocket hit an Airbus 320 and others struck the arrivals hall at Tripoli’s Mitiga airport.
  • A security group that controls the airport alligned to Libya’s government said the rockets were fired by men loyal to a militia leader known as Bashir “the Cow.”
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Women take fall in Nobel scandal for man’s alleged misdeeds

  • 18 women have accused Jean-Claude Arnault, a major cultural figure in Sweden who is married to a poet who is a member of the academy
  • Sex-abuse scandal has forced the ouster of its first-ever woman head and tarnished the reputation of the coveted prize
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EU gives Nestle a thumbs down in Kit Kat finger row

  • Nestle has been locked in a decade-long battle with US rival Mondelez, maker of Cadbury chocolate, over the four-fingered wafer biscuit, which was first sold in 1935.
  • The EU’s intellectual property office allowed Nestle in 2006 to trademark what the court calls the “three-dimensional shape of the ‘Kit Kat 4 fingers’ product.”
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Arab News KSA female staff ratio up to 32% in 2017

  • Arab News aims to become the first Saudi “gender-balanced” newspaper by 2020
  • The initiative known as “50:50 by 2020” will aim to cover all the newspaper’s bureaus and areas of operation
By Arab News ·

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London-based news site 7D News goes live

By Olivia Cuthbert ·

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French MPs roast 'misleading' soya steaks, vegan sausages

  • Vegetable-based products labelled and marketed as meat substitutes have been banned in France
  • Food producers will no longer have the right to use "steak", "fillet", "bacon", "sausage" or any meaty term to describe vegetarian substitute
By Arab News ·
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What now for Saudi Arabia’s big four teams?

  • Al-Hilal won their 15th top-flight title this season.
  • Big summer for Saudi Arabia football with the Green Falcons at the World Cup.
By John Duerden ·