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Sudan’s military council, opposition coalition agree political accord

  • The constitutional declaration is expected to be signed on Friday
  • The deal aims to help the political transition in Sudan
By Reuters ·

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US ‘suspects’ Iran seized UAE-based oil tanker in Strait of Hormuz

  • Ship tracking data shows the Panamanian-flagged tanker Riah stopped transmitting its location Saturday
  • A US defense official told AP that Riah is in Iranian territorial waters near Qeshm Island
By Arab News ·

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Donald Trump tells Iran to ‘get out of Yemen’

  • Trump said on Tuesday a lot of progress had been made with Iran and that he was not looking for regime change
  • Pompeo said at the meeting Iran had said it was prepared to negotiate about its missile program
By Arab News ·

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Cabinet gives go-ahead for businesses to open 24/7 in Saudi Arabia

  • Regulations and procedures will be developed and put in place to govern 24-hour opening
  • It is expected that a fee will be payable by businesses that wish to take advantage of the opportunity
By Lojien Ben Gassem ·

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Sudan’s military council, opposition coalition agree political accord

  • The constitutional declaration is expected to be signed on Friday
  • The deal aims to help the political transition in Sudan
By Reuters ·

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Portugal says Iranian visas suspended for consulate upgrade

  • The suspension is temporary
  • Portuguese FM earlier said they suspended visas for unspecified security reasons
By Reuters ·

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EU launches in-depth probe on Amazon over data use

  • Formal investigation opens a new chapter in the EU’s campaign to address the dominance of US tech firms
  • At the heart of the case is Amazon’s service to third party merchants
By AFP ·

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Woods draws inspiration from Watson, Norman’s Open near-misses

  • The American admitted the effort needed to get over that major hurdle again had taken its toll
By AFP ·

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Internet a lifeline for Venezuela’s embattled independent media

  • Regional newspaper Panorama, which served Venezuela’s second city Maracaibo, struggled on until May 14 when “a perfect storm” of massive power cuts finally sounded it’s physical death knell
By AFP ·