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Iraqi parliament scraps financial privileges for state officials 19/11/2019 LOC22:2119:21 GMT

BAGHDAD, The Iraqi parliament approved a bill that scrapped financial privileges for senior state officials, part of the promises made by the government to honor demands of protesters.The law, a copy of which obtained by KUNA, banned appropriations for…

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US to extend Temporary General License on limited dealing with Huawei

WASHINGTON, US Department of Commerce announced Monday it would extend for 90 days Temporary General License (TGL) authorizing specific, limited engagements in transactions involving export, re-export, and transfer of items to Huawei and its non-US aff…

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Yemen condemns Iran’s recognition of Houthi militias’ envoy

ADEN, Yemen on Tuesday strongly deplored Iran’s recognition of the Houthi militia’s envoy who was handed the diplomatic buildings belonging to the Yemeni government in Tehran.This measure is a clear and explicit violation of the United Nations Charter …

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Algerian Interim Pres. launches 52nd edition of FIA

ALGIERS, Algerian Interim President Abdelkader Bensalah on Tuesday announced the start of the 52nd edition of the Algiers International Fair (FIA), with the participation of more than 500 economists from 15 countries.This edition of the exhibition will…

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Hungarian Ambassador to Slovakia Summoned over Football Chants

VIENNA, Hungary?’s ambassador to Slovakia was summoned to the Slovak foreign ministry on Thursday over events at Monday?’s Hungarian-Slovak football match, according to the Slovak Foreign Ministry on Friday.The ministry in a statement rejected the anti…

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Lebanese protest against parliament session on general amnesty law

BEIRUT, The Lebanese capital Monday night is witnessing popular protests against holding a parliament session to approve the general amnesty law due on Tuesday (tomorrow).There was a march south of Beirut calling for rejecting the law, Lebanon’s Nation…