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Pakistan ex-PM Khan’s legal challenges deepen as sedition, criminal conspiracy added to charges

  • ISLAMABAD: Additional charges have been framed against former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan and other suspects in a case related to violent protests in May and they now also stand accused of criminal conspiracy and sedition, Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Investigation Dr. Anoosh M...
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Biden ‘putting in a lot of effort’ toward Saudi-Israeli normalization: Official

  • NEW YORK: Normalizing relations between Saudi Arabia and Israel is central in the US administration’s agenda in the Middle East, but former representatives have called on it to heed its allies. Addressing the inaugural Middle East Global Summit in New York, attended by Arab News, the US assis...
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PIF supporting real estate renaissance in Saudi Arabia

  • RIYADH: Real estate has been considered one of the safest bets for investors globally and thanks to the Public Investment Fund, Saudi Arabia is now able to offer a sizable portfolio to the world. The opportunities are amplified by real demand in a swiftly expanding market that is providing so...
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Bangladesh cricketers hungry to gain pre-World Cup boost in ODI series vs New Zealand

  • MIRPUR, Bangladesh: After failing to reach this month’s Asia Cup final, Bangladesh is hungry to gain a much-needed boost ahead of the 50-over World Cup by beating New Zealand in the three-match ODI series that starts on Thursday. Bangladesh rested a host of key players for the Asia Cup, captai...
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Russia remains China’s top oil supplier in August, sales up 26%

  • BEIJING: Russia maintained its spot as China’s top crude oil supplier in August, Chinese government data showed on Wednesday, even as discounts on Russian crude continued to narrow and Moscow cut exports.  China’s imports from Russia — including supplies via pipelines and seaborne shipme...
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Palestinian, Brazilian presidents meet in New York

  • SAO PAULO: Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas met with his Brazilian counterpart Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva on Tuesday evening on the sidelines of the 78th UN General Assembly in New York. Abbas congratulated Lula on his 2022 election victory, and on his speech at the opening of the...
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KFAED grants $570m loan to boost GCCIA’s electricity expansion project 

  • RIYADH: In a bid to enhance regional connectivity, the Gulf Electricity Interconnection expansion project has secured a $570 million loan from the Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development, according to an official release. The initiative is a part of the Gulf Cooperation Council Interconnect...
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What to know about the Sikh movement at the center of the tensions between India and Canada

  • NEW DELHI: Tensions between Canada and India have reached new heights with dueling diplomatic expulsions and an allegation of Indian government involvement in the killing of a Sikh activist on Canadian soil.  The row centers around the Sikh independence, or Khalistan, movement. India has...
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Charles III lands in France for first visit as king

  • PARIS: Britain’s King Charles III landed in France on Wednesday for his first visit as king, months after the trip was delayed due to protests. Charles and his wife Camilla were greeted by French Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne as they emerged from the royal plane flying the Union Jack at Orly...
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US ‘goodwill’ needed to revive 2015 nuclear deal: Iranian president

  • LONDON: The US must show “goodwill and determination” if it wants to revive the 2015 nuclear deal abandoned by then-President Donald Trump five years ago, Iran’s president told the UN General Assembly in New York on Tuesday. “By exiting the JCPOA (Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action), the Unite...
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