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Minister Ernest Hilaire: Saint Lucia will not surrender to crime

Ernest Hilaire released a statement against crimes in the nation and issued a strict warning against the criminals.

Cristiano Ronaldo Faces Potential Ban and Fine After Taunting Rival Fans with Gesture

Ronaldo, who was part of the Al-Nassr squad that secured a hard-fought 3-2 away victory over Al-Shabab, faced relentless jeering and chants from the home supporters throughout the game
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Night of Intense Bombardment in Gaza Raises Concerns as UN Urges Aid Amid Escalating Conflict

The conflict between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip reached a critical point on Friday night as Israel's bombardment continued unabated, with reports of sustained air strikes and ground attacks. The Nuseirat refugee camp in central Gaza bore the brunt of the assault, resulting in a tragic loss of at least 18 lives, according to Palestinian media.

PM Philip J Pierre attends inauguration ceremony of CARICOM-Saudi Summit

Castries: The Prime Minister of Saint Lucia, Philip J Pierre, attended the opening ceremony of the CARICOM-Saudi summit to enhance mutual relations.

Israeli Security Forces Arrest 19 Wanted Terrorists in Judea and Samaria

In a recent operation conducted by the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), the Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency), and Border Police, 19 wanted terrorists were apprehended, including nine members of the Hamas organization.

Petra University of Jordan Announce “STEP” program

The University of Petra announced the STEP program to provide skill based education to the students of the university.

Emir of Qatar meets Prime Minister of the Netherlands

Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, the Emir of Qatar, met Dutch Prime minister Mark Rutte and discussed many issue having regional and International importance.

Qatar University: CENG department organises “Future Engineer”Event

The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (CENG) of Qatar University launched the future engineer event to encourge the student for study of engineering.

PM Terrance Drew Advise citizens to stay safe against vector-borne diseases

Prime Minister of St Kitts and Nevis has advised the Citizens to be aware of vector-borne diseases and to cooperate with the Government.

Qatar: Public Health Ministry organize a workshop for school health service providers

The Ministry of Public Health on Monday organized an Asthma-Friendly Schools workshop to provide better educational facility to Asthma affected students.

Qatar: 19th session of Korea-Middle East Cooperation Forum held on 6th November

Qatar and Korea jointly hosted the 19th session of the Korea-Middle East Cooperation Forum to discuss various areas of cooperation

PM Terrace Drew attends WIPO Ministerial meeting

PM Terrance Drew Attended the Ministerial meeitng of the World Intellectual Property Organization to discuss needs of Caribbean Countries.

Qatar participates in the Quran competition at Moscow

Qatar participated in an international Quaran competition , Competiotn aimed to encourge the interest of youth in teachings of the Quran.

PM Terrance Drew attends the Diwali celebration of Indian communinty

Prime Minister of St Kitts and Nevis attended the Diwali celebration. During the vent PM extended best wishes.

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Minister Ernest Hilaire: Saint Lucia will not surrender to crime

Ernest Hilaire released a statement against crimes in the nation and issued a strict warning against the criminals.

Cristiano Ronaldo Faces Potential Ban and Fine After Taunting Rival Fans with Gesture

Ronaldo, who was part of the Al-Nassr squad that secured a hard-fought 3-2 away victory over Al-Shabab, faced relentless jeering and chants from the home supporters throughout the game

Palestinian Authority Resignation Signals Shift Amid Gaza Crisis

Palestinian Authority (PA) Prime Minister Mohammed Shtayyeh tendered his resignation alongside his government, marking...

Bahrain and Kuwait Secure Victories in ICC U19 Cricket World Cup Qualifiers

The day kicked off with Bahrain locking horns with Thailand at TCG in what proved to be a riveting clash. Opting to field first, Bahrain's decision paid dividends as they restricted Thailand to a modest total of 150 runs