• Iran adds demands in nuclear talks, enrichment levels alarming: US envoy
      Iran added demands unrelated to discussions on its nuclear program during the latest talks and has made alarming progress on enriching uranium, the US envoy for talks on reinstating a nuclear deal said on Tuesday. US Special Envoy for Iran Robert Malley said that there was a proposal on   Details..>>
  • Explosion at arms depot in Abyan province kills at least five
    At least five people were killed and 30 wounded in an explosion at a weapons warehouse in Yemen, a security official said on Tuesday. A two-storey building collapsed in the blast and survivors were pulled from its ruins, a witness said, while nearby structures were also damaged. The official   Details..>>
  • Israel says it will test bullet that killed reporter, Palestinians disagree
    Israel said on Sunday it would test a bullet that killed a Palestinian-American journalist to determine whether one of its soldiers shot her and said a US observer would be present for the procedure that could deliver results within hours. The Palestinians, who on Saturday handed over the bull   Details..>>
  • UN condemns protesters storming of Libyas parliament
    A senior UN official for Libya on Saturday condemned the storming of the parliament’s headquarters by angry demonstrators as part of protests in several cities against the political class and deteriorating economic conditions. Hundreds of protesters marched in the streets of the capital,   Details..>>
  • Libya talks in Geneva end without breakthrough
    Libya talks in Geneva ended on Thursday without making enough progress to move toward elections, the United Nations Libya adviser Stephanie Williams said in a statement. The talks between the House of Representatives and High State Council legislative bodies were aimed at agreeing on a constitutio   Details..>>
  • Thousands rally in Sudan day after 9 killed during protests
    Thousands took to the streets Friday in Sudan’s capital, a day after nine people were killed in demonstrations against the country’s ruling generals. The United States and others in the international community condemned the violence in this East African nation, which has been rocke   Details..>>
  • OPEC+ sticks to policy, avoids September oil output debate
    The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and its allies, known as OPEC+, agreed on Thursday to stick to earlier approved oil output increases in July and August and refrained from any policy discussions for September, two sources said, according to Reuters. The decision to stick t   Details..>>
  • EU worries may not cross finishing line to revive Iran nuclear deal
    The European Union said on Thursday it was worried it may not be possible to strike an agreement to revive the 2015 Iran nuclear deal after indirect talks between the United States and Iran ended this week with no progress. “I am concerned that we might not make it over the finishing lin   Details..>>
  • Nuclear talks with US end without deal in Qatar
    Indirect negotiations between Iran and the US over Tehran’s tattered nuclear deal with world powers have ended without breaking a deadlock over the talks, a semiofficial Iranian news agency reported Wednesday. The US State Department and the European Union, which is mediating the talks i   Details..>>
  • 7 killed in car bomb in Aden
    At least seven people were killed Wednesday in a car bomb blast targeting the convoy of a security official in the southern Yemeni government-controlled city of Aden, security sources said. The blast "targeted the convoy of the Lahij governorate security director, Saleh al-Sayed, in the Khor M   Details..>>
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Explosion at arms depot in Abyan province kills at least five
At least five people were killed and 30 wounded in an explosion at a weapons warehouse in Yemen, a security official said on Tuesday. A two-storey building collapsed in the blast and survivors w Details..>>
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How Yemen used the War on Terror to suit its needs
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OPEC+ sticks to policy, avoids September oil output debate
The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and its allies, known as OPEC+, agreed on Thursday to stick to earlier approved oil output increases in July and August and refrained from any Details..>>
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Iran adds demands in nuclear talks, enrichment levels alarming: US e
  Iran added demands unrelated to discussions on its nuclear program during the latest talks and has made alarming progress on enriching uranium, the US envoy for talks on reinstating a nuclea Details..>>
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Algeria beat Qatar in Arab Cup semi-final
Algeria defeated Qatar 2-1 in a wild Arab Cup semi-final after scoring a winner in the 17th minute of stoppage time on Wednesday. Mohammed Belaili scored a rebound in the 107th minute after his Details..>>
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 One in three COVID-19 survivors in a study of more than 230,000 mostly American patients were diagnosed with a brain or psychiatric disorder within six months, suggesting the pandemic could Details..>>
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