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Syrian President Assad, wife test positive for COVID-19, both in good health and stable conditionSociety

Syrian President Assad, wife test positive for COVID-19, both in good health and stable condition

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and his wife Asma have tested positive for coronavirus, according to a statement by his office,
EU to lose up to €100 billion due to vaccination failures, wary investors & no sign of reopeningsEconomy

EU to lose up to €100 billion due to vaccination failures, wary investors & no sign of reopenings

The European economy reportedly risks losing tens of billions of euro, as the slack pace of its anti-Covid inoculation program
China’s exports surge at record pace from coronavirus-battered levelsEconomy

China’s exports surge at record pace from coronavirus-battered levels

China saw its trade booming in the first two months of the year, with exports rising more than 60 percent
Brent Crude Tops $62 Per Barrel First Time Since 24 January 2020Economy

Brent Crude Tops $62 Per Barrel First Time Since 24 January 2020

The price of Brent crude rose above $62 per barrel for the first time since 24 January 2020, according to
ICC ruling “a victory for rights, justice, freedom and moral values in the world”: Palestinian minister.Middle East

ICC ruling “a victory for rights, justice, freedom and moral values in the world”: Palestinian minister.

Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator The International Criminal Court (ICC) on Friday declared the court has jurisdiction over war
Trump’s last deal in the White HousePolitics

Trump’s last deal in the White House

Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator Trump insiders, such as Anthony Scaramucci, have suggested a reason why President Donald J.
Syrian conference held in Damascus is paving the way for the return of refugeesMiddle East

Syrian conference held in Damascus is paving the way for the return of refugees

Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator There is no place like home The first International Conference on the return of
Will the Mediterranean Sea save Lebanon from drowning in debt?Economy

Will the Mediterranean Sea save Lebanon from drowning in debt?

Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator The Lebanese population faces between six to twelve hours of electricity cuts per day,