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Reuters › 1 hour ago
The United States wants to work with Russia to end the conflict in Libya, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said on Wednesday, but he added that he reminded Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov a day ago of the arms embargo that is in place on the North...
The Sun › 7 hours ago
A FASHION designer son of the ruler of Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates died after a cocaine and sex drug binge in his £8million London flat, an inquest heard. Sheikh Khalid bin Sultan Al Qasimi, 39, had been partying with a man called Yohan...
The Guardian › 8 hours ago
A group of human rights organisations have filed a complaint about arms manufacturers to the ICC
Daily Mail Online › 8 hours ago
Sheikh Khalid Al Qasimi (pictured) was found dead at the property in Knightsbridge, west London, after taking high levels of GHB and 'recreational' amounts of cocaine.
The Guardian › 11 hours ago
Revival of Rolls-Royce deal comes amid concern over Ankara’s foreign relations
The New York Times › 11 hours ago
Egypt’s president Wednesday called for “decisive” and “collective” action against countries supporting “terrorism" in an apparent reference to Turkey and Qatar, who back the Muslim Brotherhood group, which is outlawed in Egypt.
Daily Mail Online › 13 hours ago
The costly row between the billionaire ruler of Dubai, Sheik Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, and Jordan-born Princess Haya Bint Al Hussein (pictured today), is taking place in London.
Al Jazeera › 14 hours ago
Report names five Sudanese and four Chadian armed groups it says contributed combatants to Libya's civil war.
Telegraph › 14 hours ago
Test cricket returned to Pakistan on Wednesday, 10 years and nine months since the terror attack on the Sri Lanka cricket team’s coach and security convoy left six policemen and two civilians dead, the reserve umpire and seven Sri Lanka players...
The Guardian › Sports › 15 hours ago
There is a hum of optimism among fans with prospective owners ESI hoping to complete a takeover before Christmas
The Sydney Morning Herald › Sports › 21 hours ago
For Australia to show authentic progress, they must prove themselves across the board, in batting and bowling, against the Kiwis.
Al Jazeera › 1 day ago
Exclusive Reuters investigation reveals the role of the US in constructing a controversial programme in the Gulf state.
Alternet › 1 day ago
"This bill does nothing to rein in out-of-control military spending, prevent unconstitutional war against Iran, limit the poisoning of Americans' drinking water, or end the obscenity of innocent children in Yemen being killed by U.S. bombs."
The New York Times › 1 day ago
Global consumers purchasing teak may be fuelling conflict in South Sudan, a research group said on Tuesday, warning that armed groups are benefiting from an unregulated logging trade worth tens of millions of dollars.
Reuters › 1 day ago
Global consumers purchasing teak may be fuelling conflict in South Sudan, a research group said on Tuesday, warning that armed groups are benefiting from an unregulated logging trade worth tens of millions of dollars.
The New York Times › 1 day ago
Russia's challenge to NATO and democratic nations, as well as Iran's influence on the wider Middle East, remain two of the top threats to world peace, two former White House advisers to presidents Barack Obama and Donald Trump said Tuesday.
Reuters › 1 day ago
How do you keep a coveted top-secret U.S. government security clearance while working for a foreign spy service? That question vexed U.S. intelligence operatives recruited to work as contractors for a secret United Arab Emirates hacking team.
Reuters › 1 day ago
Qatar's prime minister attended a Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) summit in Saudi Arabia on Tuesday in the most concrete sign yet of a possible thaw in a regional dispute, but the meeting ended without public mention of the 2-1/2 year row.
CNBC › 1 day ago
The U.S.-China trade war could cost the global economy $700 billion by 2020, the IMF has warned.
BBC News › Sports › 1 day ago
As Pakistan prepare to play their first Test at home since 2009, BBC Sport explores what it means for a country where cricket is "like a religion".
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