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US police say killings of four Muslim men may be linked 

  • WASHINGTON: Police in the US state of New Mexico said Saturday they are investigating the murders of three Muslim men that they suspect are related to a fourth homicide from last year. The Albuquerque police department said in a statement they had found the latest victim overnight Friday. The...
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‘One of Not Many’ young female mentorship program launches in Saudi Arabia

  • JEDDAH: Luxury watch manufacturer Vacheron Constantin has launched its second “One of Not Many” business mentorship program in Saudi Arabia in partnership with Jeddah’s Dar Al-Hekma University. The company had initially run its first project in the UAE in 2020. Six Saudi women leaders have ...
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Palestinian Islamic jihad group confirms killing of a senior commander in Gaza

  • GAZA: The Palestinian Islamic Jihad movement (PIJ) on Sunday confirmed the killing of one of its senior armed commanders in an Israeli air strike on the Gaza Strip. “Al-Quds Brigades (Jerusalem Brigades) mourns the leader Khaled Mansour, member of the security council and the commander of the ...
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Saudi companies to export supply chain prowess to GCC countries

  • RIYADH: Five years after Saudi Arabia announced its target to localize 50 percent of its military industries by 2030, companies in the Kingdom are now ready to export their supply chain capabilities. The Riyadh-based Saudi Maintenance and Supply Chain Management Co. is working on expanding it...
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Sudan government accuses Chad of cross-border attack

  • KHARTOUM: Sudan’s Foreign Ministry on Saturday condemned the killing of 18 Sudanese people during an attack by an armed group from Chad, state media reported. The killings took place on Thursday when Sudanese herders from West Darfur state were ambushed while following the trails of camels loo...
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More resources needed to protect Arab cultural treasures: Riyadh university study

  • JEDDAH: A Saudi university study has called for efforts to combat terror groups to be stepped up as part of a campaign to protect cultural heritage in Arab countries. The study, carried out by Naif Arab University for Security Sciences in Riyadh, highlighted the critical role national legisla...
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International community calls for maximum restraint in latest Gaza violence

  • LONDON: The EU on Saturday called for maximum restraint in the Gaza Strip’s worst escalation of violence since a war last year. “The European Union follows with great concern the latest developments in and around Gaza,” a spokesman for EU’s foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said in a statemen...
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Lebanon awaits fallout of Israel’s Gaza attack

  • BEIRUT: Lebanon has strongly condemned Friday’s attack on Gaza by Israel. In a statement on Saturday, the Lebanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs called on the international community “to rapidly intervene to promptly stop these attacks, and call on Israel to abide by UN resolutions in order to p...
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Taiwan accuses Beijing of simulating invasion as US-China relations nosedive

  • Taiwan accused the Chinese army of simulating an attack on its main island Saturday, as Beijing continued its retaliation for US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s Taipei visit. Relations between the two superpowers nosedived following Pelosi’s trip to China’s self-ruled neighbor — which it claims a...
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Pakistan’s UN envoy says India’s August 5 move in Kashmir closed space for dialogue

  • ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Ambassador Munir Akram, said on Friday India’s move to strip Kashmir of its special status on August 5, 2019, had closed space for a compromise between the two countries, adding that New Delhi should reverse the step for any ...
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