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PM Drew engages in landmark meeting with Taiwanese President to strengthen bilateral relations

The gathering is a crucial encounter that underlined the enduring partnership between the two nations that emphasised the mutual interests and extensive cooperation across various sectors. It is a pivotal move to fortify the bilateral relations.

US General Warns Against Israeli Action in Lebanon, Citing Risk of Iranian Involvement

Israeli officials have voiced concerns over Hezbollah's attacks on northern towns and military positions, prompting discussions of a possible offensive if diplomatic efforts fail to push back the militant group from the border
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Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi and Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian Die in Helicopter Crash

The crash occurred as Raisi and Amir-Abdollahian were returning from an official visit to Azerbaijan. They had attended the inauguration of a dam alongside Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev

Hamas-Linked Weapons Stockpile Unearthed in Bulgaria, Plot to Attack Jewish Targets Thwarted

The discovery, which followed the arrest of individuals affiliated with Hamas in mid-December, underscores the persistent threat posed by extremist organizations targeting Jewish institutions across Europe

German Court Upholds 14-Year Sentence for Woman in Yazidi Girl’s Death

The legal journey has been arduous, with the initial 10-year sentence overturned by the Federal Court of Justice. The appellate court deemed the sentencing inadequate, citing oversight of aggravating circumstances and a failure to address the severity of the crimes committed

Missed Opportunity: Chelsea Criticized for Failing to Secure Cristiano Ronaldo Signing

Speaking to Genting Casino, Gallas expressed his belief that Ronaldo's arrival at Stamford Bridge could have been a game-changer for the London club

Russia Returns 11 Children to Ukraine Following Qatari Mediation Efforts

For many families torn apart by the violence, this reunion marks a significant moment of relief and joy. Kyiv has estimated that approximately 20,000 children have been forcibly relocated to Russia since Moscow's invasion in February 2022

Multinational effort Aims to address security concerns following Houthi attacks on merchant vessels

The primary objective is to address the mounting security challenges in the Red Sea, exacerbated by recent attacks that have disrupted maritime trade and raised anxieties about the safe passage of essential goods

Turkey eyes Eurofighter Typhoon jets amidst uncertainty over F-16 Deal

Turkey formally announced on Thursday its intent to acquire 40 Eurofighter Typhoon jets as a temporary measure while awaiting the deployment of its domestically produced fifth-generation Kaan fighter jet in 2030

Dubai boosts Road Cleaning Fleet with High-Tech Automated Vehicles

Dubai: Dubai Municipality has strengthened its automated fleet dedicated to cleaning the main and highway roads in the emirate with five new vehicles with advanced technical specifications as part of an expanded plan to renew the automated sweeping vehicles used to clean the main, external and highway roads.

UAE leads Global Mobile Internet Speeds at 200.24 Mbps

United Arab Emirates: The UAE topped the world in terms of average mobile internet speed, reaching a speed of 200.24 megabytes per second. Qatar came in second place after the UAE, with an average speed of 182.98 megabytes per second, then Kuwait ranked third in the world with 152.95.

Cleaner asks for Messi’s signature, receives punishment

One of the cleaners at the American Inter Miami stadium asked the Argentine star, Lionel Messi, to sign his shirt, but he did not expect the end to be punished and dismissed from his work.

Desertification threatens the “vegetable garden” in Europe

Spain: Frequent droughts and excessive industrial and agricultural exploitation of land in Spain raise fears of an irreversible increase in "sterile lands", which may turn the country known as "Europe's vegetable garden" into a barren land unsuitable for cultivation.

Egypt: Prez Abdel Fattah El Sisi meets Prez Vladimir Putin, discusses Russia-Ukraine crisis 

The Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El Sisi recently met with the President of Russia, Vladimir Putin, during his visit to Russia on the first edition of the Russian African Summit. 

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PM Drew engages in landmark meeting with Taiwanese President to strengthen bilateral relations

The gathering is a crucial encounter that underlined the enduring partnership between the two nations that emphasised the mutual interests and extensive cooperation across various sectors. It is a pivotal move to fortify the bilateral relations.

US General Warns Against Israeli Action in Lebanon, Citing Risk of Iranian Involvement

Israeli officials have voiced concerns over Hezbollah's attacks on northern towns and military positions, prompting discussions of a possible offensive if diplomatic efforts fail to push back the militant group from the border

Thailand to Send Farm Workers to Israel for First Time Since Hamas Attacks

Before the conflict erupted, approximately 30,000 Thai laborers formed one of Israel's largest migrant worker communities, primarily employed in agriculture. The escalation last October saw 39 Thais lose their lives, with 32 others taken hostage by Palestinian Hamas militants

Netanyahu Announces End of “Intense Phase” in Gaza; Shifts Focus to Hezbollah on Northern Border

Netanyahu emphasized that although the intense operations in the southern Gaza city of Rafah are expected to conclude shortly, the broader war against Hamas will persist until the group is completely ousted from power