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Saudi Crown Prince: 95% of those Arrested on Corruption Charges Agreed to Return Funds

Saudi Crown Prince: 95% of those Arrested on Corruption Charges Agreed to Return Funds

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz has said that 95 percent of those arrested on corruption charges agreed to signing over cash or shares of their business to the Saudi state treasury while 1 percent were able to prove they are clean and their case was dropped. “About 4 percent

Kurdish Parliament Speaker: Referendum Consequences Destroyed Achievements of Past 25 Years

Kurdish Parliament Speaker: Referendum Consequences Destroyed Achievements of Past 25 Years

After extending the term of the outgoing Iraqi Kurdistan parliament, it was believed that Speaker Yusuf Mohammed Sadiq would return to Irbil and carry out his duties, especially in wake of the disastrous consequences of the autonomous region’s independence referendum. However, neither the Speaker

Twitter: Doubling the Character Limit Will Not Change Our Identity

Last week, Twitter finally granted its users their request and increased the character limit from 140 to 280. This move comes as part of a series of steps the company has been taking to attract more users worldwide.

Ghandour: Terror List Among 4 Issues to Be Negotiated with Washington

Ghandour: Terror List Among 4 Issues to Be Negotiated with Washington

Sudanese Foreign Minister Ibrahim Ghandour said that the round of talks between Khartoum and Washington in November would tackle four main issues, including the removal of his country from the list of states sponsoring terrorism, debt forgiveness, the file of the criminal court and Sudan’s entry int

Steve Bannon: Turkey is more Dangerous than Iran

Steve Bannon: Turkey is more Dangerous than Iran

He is the scariest name in the US politics (and overseas) these days... New political candidates are lining up, trying to land a photo op with him, if not a full endorsement.

Khaled al-Abadi: Seven Banks Prepare to Move Headquarters to Aden

Khaled al-Abadi: Seven Banks Prepare to Move Headquarters to Aden

Deputy Governor of Yemen’s Central Bank Khaled al-Abadi has visited the Bank of England, which established 53 years ago the first central bank in the Arabian Peninsula in Crater district in Aden, the temporary capital of Yemen. When President Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi issued an order to move the he

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