Warring Libya rivals sign truce, but tough political talks ahead

  • KSA hopes new era will achieve security, sovereignty and stability for country and its people
By Arab News ·

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Turkey on alert after US warns of potential terror strikes

  • Embassy warning follows ‘credible reports’ of attacks, kidnappings
By MENEKSE TOKYAY ·

Two-decade court battle over West Bank area nears end

  • The Bedouin residents of Masafer Yatta, who live across 12 isolated hamlets including Khirbet Al-Majaz, were first kicked out in 1999
By AFP ·

Saudia to resume flights for 33 destinations in November

  • Regional destinations that include Dubai and Beirut will also resume next month
  • Saudia travellers who are going to the US will only be able to fly to Washington
By Arab News ·

Istanbul mayor Imamoglu in hospital after positive coronavirus test

  • Ekrem Imamoglu, from the secularist Republican People’s Party, was elected mayor in a re-run election in June 2019
By Reuters ·

Indonesian unions vow mass protests if president signs jobs law

  • ‘We are ready for dialogue, even ready for a debate if necessary in an open, public hearing’
By Reuters ·

Daimler lifts 2020 profit outlook as Mercedes-Benz margins rebound

  • Daimler said its outlook is based on the premise that conditions will continue to normalize and that no further setbacks occur as a result of the pandemic
By Reuters ·

Another Paris Saint-Germain player tests positive for coronavirus

  • PSG were badly hit by the virus at the start of the current Ligue 1 season
By AFP ·

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Indian journalists condemn misinformation about Karachi ‘civil war’ 

  • Indian media and social networking sites reported that clashes took place between the police and army, resulting in the death of several officers
  • Ties between Pakistan and India have been particularly tense since August last year, when New Delhi revoked the special autonomy of the disputed Kashmir region it governs
By Sanjay Kumar ·