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Caribbean Energy Chamber established for energy security

Caribbean Energy Chamber is to be established in cooperation with Caribbean nations to address energy challenges being faced by Caribbean.

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
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Iran Unveils Advanced Air Defense Systems Amid Escalating Tensions in the Middle East

Iran unveiled two new air defense systems on Saturday, as reported by state media. The...

Potential Escalation of Middle East Conflicts Threatens Global Energy Prices

According to the IIF's assessment, while the likelihood of a wider regional war remains below 30% in their baseline scenario, the consequences of such an escalation would be dire for global energy markets

Sharjah Authorities Act Swiftly to Mitigate Rain Damage, Ensure Citizen Welfare

With a focus on providing secure housing options and ensuring long-term residential stability, various departments and agencies have worked tirelessly to address the aftermath of the inclement weather

Iraq Opens International Investment Opportunities for Metro Rail Projects

The first project, a four-stop metro line linking central Karbala to Najaf via Karbala airport, targets the burgeoning influx of Shia Muslim pilgrims

Sabotage Causes Explosions Along Iran’s Gas Pipeline Network

Iranian Oil Minister Javad Owji confirmed the deliberate nature of the blasts during an interview with state TV, although refrained from specifying any potential perpetrators

US Strikes Kill 17 Houthi Fighters Amid Rising Tensions in Yemen

The Houthi rebels, who control significant territories in war-torn Yemen, including the strategic port city of Hodeida, have been engaged in a prolonged conflict with forces backed by the United States and the United Kingdom

Al-Shabab Claims Attack on UAE and Bahraini Troops in Somalia

Despite being pushed out of the capital by an African Union-led force, Al-Shabab has maintained its militant activities, seeking to overthrow the government and impose its interpretation of Shariah law

Qatar’s Redemption: Rising from World Cup Woes to Asian Cup Glory

From the depths of disappointment in their inaugural FIFA World Cup appearance to the pinnacle of the AFC Asian Cup, the Qatari national team has undergone a remarkable transformation fueled by determination and a hunger for redemption

Biden’s Mix-Up: Calls Egypt’s Sisi ‘President of Mexico’, Sparks Dementia Concerns Online

Biden's misidentification of world leaders is not an isolated incident. Just last month, he confused Angela Merkel twice with the late Helmut Kohl, adding to a growing list of verbal missteps that have fueled speculation about his cognitive abilities

FIFA Rejects Bid to Ban Israel from Football Amid Calls for Political Neutrality

The letter, addressed to all 211 national football federations and six regional confederations, urged FIFA to condemn alleged atrocities committed in Palestine and to isolate the Israeli Football Association until the conflict ceases

Dubai Police Triumph at UAE SWAT Challenge, Promoting Global Cooperation and Excellence

Comprising categories such as tactical manoeuvres, assault tactics, officer rescue simulations, tower challenges, and obstacle courses, the UAE SWAT Challenge presented a rigorous test of skill, resilience, and teamwork

Houthis’ Threat to Sabotage Undersea Communication Cables Seen as Bluff by Experts

Houthis, a rebel group controlling much of the country, have purportedly threatened to sabotage crucial undersea communication cables running through the Red Sea

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Caribbean Energy Chamber established for energy security

Caribbean Energy Chamber is to be established in cooperation with Caribbean nations to address energy challenges being faced by Caribbean.

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

Reema Juffali: Breaking Barriers and Making History at the F1 ACADEMY Racing Series in Jeddah

Reema Juffali, the kingdom's trailblazing racing driver, has been confirmed as the Wild Card entry for the first round of the 2024 F1 ACADEMY Racing Series in Jeddah

Egypt Halts Controversial Plan to Alter Menkaure Pyramid Amid International Outcry

The decision comes following a wave of international concern and outcry over potential alterations to this iconic monument, which stands as one of the last remaining wonders of the ancient world