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The Saudi-UAE disputes reach a fever pitchMiddle East

The Saudi-UAE disputes reach a fever pitch

Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator Disputes have popped up between Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) over
Deadly attack on Israeli-operated ship off Oman coast was carried out by drone, US Navy saysMiddle East

Deadly attack on Israeli-operated ship off Oman coast was carried out by drone, US Navy says

The attack that killed two people aboard an Israeli-operated vessel off the coast of Oman in the Arabian Sea on
Australia’s Brisbane set for ‘strictest lockdown’ yet after SIX new cases spottedPolitics

Australia’s Brisbane set for ‘strictest lockdown’ yet after SIX new cases spotted

Brisbane is headed for another “snap” lockdown, following six new local coronavirus infections, forcing most residents in Australia’s third-most populous

Olympics capital Tokyo sets record for daily Covid-19 infections

While Olympic athletes have been breaking sporting records at the arenas in Tokyo, the Japanese capital has set a grim
Mexico won’t be ‘hostage’ to Big Pharma, president says, as internet predicts trouble after country rejects Covid jabs for kidsPolitics

Mexico won’t be ‘hostage’ to Big Pharma, president says, as internet predicts trouble after country rejects Covid jabs for kids

Social media users have theorized that President Andres Manuel López Obrador could face severe repercussions after he refused to purchase
Mask-free Sweden nears zero daily Covid deaths as chief epidemiologist warns against ‘far-reaching conclusions’ about Delta strainPolitics

Mask-free Sweden nears zero daily Covid deaths as chief epidemiologist warns against ‘far-reaching conclusions’ about Delta strain

As the CDC urges Americans to mask up against the Delta variant, Sweden’s chief epidemiologist has argued that more data
‘Watershed moment’: Workers win in landmark union case against Australia’s richest airline Qantas after mass pandemic layoffsPolitics

‘Watershed moment’: Workers win in landmark union case against Australia’s richest airline Qantas after mass pandemic layoffs

In a historic win for trade unions, Australia’s federal court ruled in favor of the Transport Workers Union’s case against
Tunisian President: “The Measures We Resorted To Are Strictly Constitutional”Politics

Tunisian President: “The Measures We Resorted To Are Strictly Constitutional”

In an interview with New York Times journalists today, Tunisian President Kais Saied said that “Tunisia is working within the framework of