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Gold smuggler thwarted at Cairo international airport

  • CAIRO: Customs officials at Cairo International Airport have thwarted an attempt by an Egyptian passenger to smuggle five gold bars into the country. An official at the arrivals hall stopped the passenger and had him searched as he was acting suspiciously, and because he had only planned to s...
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Iranian women in anti-regime protests being targeted in breasts and genitalia, say medics

  • LONDON: Women are being targeted at anti-regime protests by Iranian security forces focusing their shotgun fire at faces, breasts and genitals, according to interviews with medics across the country. Doctors and nurses, working in secret to avoid arrest and potential punishment, said they hav...
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Netanyahu’s strength is his rivals’ fear

  • Benjamin Netanyahu will most likely soon be sworn in as Israel’s new prime minister, representing a growing movement toward extremism in the country’s politics. After serving more than 15 years as prime minister during two spells in power up to 2021, Netanyahu’s new coalition of right-wing Zio...
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EU cash injection boosts health care services for Syrian refugees in Turkiye

  • ANKARA: A new 400-bed hospital, built with €50 million ($52.5 million) of EU funding, opened to patients on Tuesday in the border city of Kilis in southeastern Turkiye. The project, one of the largest funded by the EU, is part of the bloc’s continuing investment in health infrastructure in the...
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Pakistani startup using AI for breast cancer detection eyes FDA approval, Middle East expansion

  • ISLAMABAD: An award-winning Pakistani startup that uses artificial intelligence and cloud-based tools for breast cancer detection is now working on getting approval from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and pursuing expansion into Arab countries, the founders of the firm said this week...
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Spain steps up security as Prime Minister’s office targeted in spate of letter-bombs

  • MADRID: Spain has stepped up security at public and diplomatic buildings after a spate of letter-bombs were sent to targets including the Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez and the Ukrainian embassy, the Interior Ministry said on Thursday. The ministry said that an “envelope with pyrotechnic...
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Israelis get a mild taste of their own brutal medicine

  • Throughout the spectacular World Cup competition in Qatar, Israeli journalists have spent more time reporting on how they have been “poorly treated” by Arabs there than on football. In Israel itself, violence has skyrocketed and, of course, the Israelis only focus on the violence against thems...
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Saudi Health Ministry to provide remote treatment for stroke patients

  • RIYADH: The Saudi Ministry of Health, represented by Seha Virtual Hospital and the Innovation Empowerment Center, recently signed a cooperation agreement with a local company to treat stroke patients remotely. The agreement will ensure several health facilities are linked to Seha Virtual Hosp...
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Bethlehem prepares for ‘distinguished’ celebration of Christmas

  • RAMALLAH: Bethlehem was preparing for a “distinguished” celebration of Christmas next month with tens of thousands of visitors from around the world expected to descend on the city, officials said. The central West Bank city is of special religious and historical importance to Christians, and...
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Jeddah mayor launches Cura Urgent Care Clinics

  • Jeddah Mayor Saleh Ali Al-Turki inaugurated Cura Urgent Care Clinics in a ceremony attended by prominent businessmen and health officials. The Ministry of Health and the Council of Cooperative Health Insurance are working toward empowering general practitioners and family doctors in Saudi Ara...
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