Qatari newspaper, Al-Raya, said that using religious rites in the existing political differences by the Saudi authorities is not new, in light of the ongoing siege, air embargo and the closure of the land border ...
Financial regulators reached a long-sought deal yesterday to harmonise global banking rules, capping a decade of effort to make banks more resilient even if they fell short of their own initial hopes.
The race to develop new immunotherapy treatments against cancer has sparked an unprecedented explosion in the oncology drug pipeline, with more than 2,000 immune system-boosting agents now in development.
London’s first electric-powered black cabs hit the streets yesterday, the capital’s iconic taxis getting a facelift for the modern age that should help cut pollution in the city.
A draft law on the Permanent Residency Law, which would allow beneficiaries to undertake commercial activities and own residential and investment properties, will be presented to the Advisory Council (Shura) next month in preparation for its issuance, HE the Prime Minister and Interior Minister Shei
Russia will fall far short of its goal to wrest billions of dollars in dividends from its biggest companies as the government runs up against their lobbying power, according to officials with knowledge of the matter.
The pair were arrested after they tried to withdraw large sums of money that had been wired to their accounts with a Sri Lankan bank branch in the capital Colombo, the official said.
Libya's coastguard rescued an estimated 278 migrants including women and children on Monday off the shores of two different towns west of the capital Tripoli, a spokesman said.
Chicago’s bloodshed has been well chronicled by journalists, musicians and filmmakers aiming to understand its perpetrators and victims. Now this mission has shifted to a new medium.