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Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte allows citizens to shoot corrupt officials

Rodrigo Duterte, president of the Philippines, said in a speech that anyone can shoot non-lethal bullets at officials who commit acts of corruption in the country. If he...

Benjamin Netanyahu won Israel’s election. Here’s what comes next.

The Israeli prime minister appears to have won reelection. Now he has to beat legal charges. This piece was written for Israel’s April 2019 election...

Indigo forgets luggage of entire Delhi to Istanbul flight. Internet explodes

On a flight from Delhi to Istanbul on September 15, 2019, IndiGo did something which led to the Shame On IndiGo trend on Twitter....

Senior comdr say Iran-China defense ties developing

IRNA – Chief of Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces Major General Mohammad Baqeri said on Wednesday that Iran and China are willing to...

Saudi Women Defy Dress Code, Reject Traditional Abayas

In March 2018, Saudi Crown Prince hinted that Saudi Arabia might relax rules on women’s dress code. Rabat- Several Saudi women have freed themselves from the Saudi...

Netanyahu’s Facebook page suspended over hate speech

Facebook  has sanctioned Benjamin Netanyahu’s official page after a post called on voters to oppose a government composed of “Arabs who want to destroy us all –...

Egypt Appoints New Prosecutor General Hamada El-Sawy

According to local news outlets, chancellor Hamada El-Sawy has been appointed as Egypt’s new prosecutor general, replacing Nabil Sadek who took on the role...

ADB to provide around $5b to Bangladesh for sustainable growth

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) will provide around $5b to Bangladesh for 2020-2022, aiming to further strengthen its partnership to promote rapid, inclusive and sustainable...

31% ministers in Modi govt have declared criminal cases against them

Twenty-four of the 78 Union ministers (or 31%) of the Narendra Modi cabinet have criminal cases registered against them, shows scrutiny of their affidavits...

The Emiratis Bit Off More Than They Could Chew

Six years ago, the United Arab Emirates began to assert itself as a major military and political actor in the Middle East. The successful...

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