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Turkey will inform UNESCO about Hagia Sophia changes, says Cavusoglu

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Turkey will inform the United Nation’s cultural body UNESCO about changes to Istanbul’s ancient Hagia Sophia after Ankara converted the museum back into a mosque, Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu

Tunisia’s President Saied rejects Islamist Ennahda’s call for government change

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Tunisia’s Islamist-inspired Ennahdha party, the largest in parliament, called Monday for consultations to appoint a new prime minister, a move opposed by President Kais Saied.Prime Minister Elyes

Germany arrests two Syrians linked to al-Qaeda

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Two Syrians have been arrested in Germany on suspicion of helping to carry out an execution by a terrorist group linked to al-Qaeda, prosecutors said Monday.Named only as Khedr A.K. and Sami A.S., the

UAE announces 344 new coronavirus cases, 1 death

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Health authorities in the United Arab Emirates have announced 344 new coronavirus cases detected in the last 24 hours and one additional death due to COVID-19, according to officials.The new death

Explosion at gas company in northeast Iran

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An explosion at a liquified natural gas company in northeast Iran caused extensive damage on Monday, state media reported.A gas condensate storage tank at the Petronaft company in the Kavian Fariman

Coronavirus: COVID-19 test not mandatory for all passengers to Dubai, says DCAA

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It is not compulsory for all travelers to Dubai to perform a PCR COVID-19 test before leaving their destinations, the Dubai Civil Aviation Authority tells Al Arabiya following earlier local reports

Ongoing IMF-Lebanon talks focusing on electricity, energy reforms

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As ongoing power shortages leave lights off around Beirut, the latest talks between Lebanese officials and the International Monetary Fund have centered on reforms to the electricity sector.Speaking

Somalia’s military chief unhurt, civilian killed in suicide car bomb

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The head of Somalia’s military escaped unhurt and one civilian was killed on Monday when a suicide attacker drove a bomb-laden car into a convoy in the capital Mogadishu, according to a military

Coronavirus crisis may get ‘worse and worse and worse’: WHO

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The raging coronavirus pandemic has the potential to get far worse if all nations do not adhere to basic healthcare precautions, the World Health Organization (WHO) warned on Monday.“Let me be blunt,

Zindzi Mandela, youngest daughter of Nelson Mandela, passes away

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Zindzi Mandela, daughter of former South African president and liberation hero Nelson Mandela, died on Monday, the Mandela family said. Zindzi Mandela, the youngest daughter of

Coronavirus pandemic worsens global famine crisis: UN

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Nearly one in nine people in the world are going hungry, with the coronavirus pandemic exacerbating already worsening trends this year, according to a United Nations report published Monday.For more

Coronavirus: Kuwait records drop in new COVID-19 cases, detects 614 infections

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Kuwait recorded a drop of 614 new cases of the novel coronavirus, bringing the total number of confirmed infections in the country to 55,508, the Ministry of Health said on Monday.For more coronavirus

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