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US pulls out of UN cultural body, citing ‘anti-Israel’ bias

 

The United States said Thursday that it was pulling out of the UN’s culture and education body, accusing it of

China protests to US over sail-by in disputed waters

China said Wednesday it has lodged a protest with the United States after an American warship sailed near disputed islands in

IMF chief urges more support for global trade

IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde urged global leaders Wednesday not to reject international trade as policy shifts by Washington and London

Saudi king’s visit consolidates Russia’s Middle East power

Saudi King Salman swept into Moscow with a vast entourage for a first ever visit that underscored Russia’s growing power in

UN urges compromise in divided Libya

The UN Security Council on Tuesday urged Libyans, divided with rival governments and beset by violence, to work together ahead of

Russia threatens US media with legal crackdown

Russia on Monday threatened US media operating in the country with new legal restrictions after Kremlin-controlled broadcaster RT complained of persecution

From flying taxis to robocops, Dubai showcases technologies that will transform it into a futuristic metropolis

From flying taxis to Batman-style surveillance motorcycles, Dubai’s GITEX expo this week showcased innovations that were symbols of the

Anti-nuclear campaign ICAN wins Nobel Peace Prize

Nuclear disarmament group ICAN won the Nobel Peace Prize on Friday for its decade-long campaign to rid the world of the

Boeing boosts tech investment in hybrid, autonomous planes

Boeing is beefing up its investments in autonomous and electric hybrid planes in anticipation that aviation could be primed for as

Saudi Arabia says to buy S-400 defence system from Russia

 

Saudi Arabia signed on Thursday preliminary agreements to buy S-400 air defence systems and receive “cutting edge technologies” from Russia