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French Algerian model Loli Bahia hits the runway in Paris 

  • DUBAI: From Milan to Paris, French Algerian model Loli Bahia has been gracing the runways for renowned luxury labels this month.  This week, the catwalk star modeled for French luxury fashion house Yves Saint Laurent at Paris Fashion Week in a show set against the backdrop of a twinkling...
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Knowledge Tower Trading to proceed with IPO for 20% stake on Nomu

  • RIYADH: Knowledge Tower Trading Co. will conduct an initial public offering of its 350,000 ordinary shares on the Nomu-Parallel Market according to the company’s plans, revealed by its financial advisor Watheeq Capital. This represents around 20 percent of Knowledge Tower’s SR18 million ($5 m...
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Oil up $2 per barrel from multi-month low

  • NEW YORK: Oil rose by $2 a barrel on Tuesday from a nine-month low a day earlier, supported by supply curbs in the US Gulf of Mexico ahead of Hurricane Ian and a slight softening in the US dollar. Prices also drew support from analyst expectations of possible supply cuts from the Organiza...
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Jordanian appeal court upholds convictions of 5 jailed, fined over Salt Hospital deaths

  • AMMAN: A Jordanian court on Tuesday rejected the appeals of five people convicted over a hospital oxygen outage that resulted in the deaths of 10 COVID-19 patients. Amman Appeal Court upheld the three-year prison terms handed down to the five by a separate court last year, the Jordan News Agen...
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Capital Market Authority approves amending business list of BNP Paribas Saudi Arabia

  • RIYADH: Saudi Arabia’s Capital Market Authority has approved the request of BNP Paribas Investment Co. to amend the list of businesses it is licensed to practice. Following the amendment, the investment service provider will be authorized to conduct dealing, keeping, arranging, and advis...
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Pakistan court frees senior journalist Ayaz Amir in daughter-in-law’s murder case

  • ISLAMABAD: A Pakistani court on Tuesday freed Ayaz Amir, a well-known columnist and politician, in a case related to the murder of his daughter-in-law in which the chief suspect is his son, Amir’s lawyer said. Pakistani police arrested the veteran journalist on Sunday for allegedly aiding his...
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Saudi Capital Market Authority approves three new IPOs as listing wave continues

  • RIYADH: Saudi Arabia’s Capital Market Authority has approved another three initial public offerings in the midst of a listing wave on the Saudi bourses. The market regulator has approved an application from Power and Water Utility Co. for Jubail and Yanbu to register and sell 73.09 million sh...
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Japan ex-PM Shinzo Abe’s state funeral underway

  • DUBAI/TOKYO: Japan began a controversial state funeral for assassinated former prime minister Shinzo Abe on Tuesday, with his widow Akie carrying his ashes into a Tokyo hall where thousands of mourners gathered. Dressed in a black kimono, Akie carried the ashes in a box covered with a decorat...
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Women in power across Europe

  • PARIS: Italy’s far-right leader Giorgia Meloni looks set to join a group of over a dozen European women who hold the top political jobs in their country following her party’s victory in Sunday’s general election. Here is the list of women presidents and prime ministers, which does not include ...
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Tension escalates at Al-Aqsa Mosque compound

  • RAMALLAH: Tension escalated at Al-Aqsa Mosque compound on Monday, with incursions into the area by hundreds of Jewish settlers, under the protection of Israeli police, to mark the start of Rosh Hashanah. It came as Jewish extremist groups continued calls to be allowed to enter the compound on...
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