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International

British PM to be grilled over Covid protocols’ non-compliance

LONDON, April 21 (KUNA) — British Prime Minister Boris Johnson will be investigated by a Commons committee over claims he misled Parliament about parties in …

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UNICEF: Escalating economic crisis in Lebanon threatens children’s health

BEIRUT, April 20: United Nations UNICEF warned on Wednesday the ripple effects of the global economic situation – with heightened prices and increased inflation – …

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US ends mask travel mandate

ST. PETERSBURG, April 19, (AP): A federal judge’s decision to strike down a national mask mandate was met with cheers on some airplanes but also …

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Syrians set to join Russia in Ukraine; Fighters offered $600 per month – 40,000 registered

BEIRUT, April 18, (AP): Kremlin officials boasted early in their war on Ukraine that thousands of experienced fighters from the Middle East would join Russian …

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EU allocates 50 mln euro additional funding for humanitarian aid in Ukraine

BRUSSELS, April 17: The European Union announced, Sunday, the allocation of a further 50 million euro (USD 54 million) in humanitarian funding to support the …

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Kuwait denounces attack on Al-Aqsa

PALESTINIANS, ISRAELI POLICE CLASH AT MAJOR HOLY SITE KUWAIT CITY, April 16, (Agencies): The Kuwaiti Foreign Ministry on Friday tersely condemned the Israeli occupation forces’ …

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UK signs deal to send asylum seekers to Rwanda

LONDON, April 14: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced on Thursday an agreement with Rwanda on a relocation plan for illegal asylum seekers in the …

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UN warns 10 million people may slip into poverty with every one-percentage raise food prices

WASHINGTON, 13 April 2022- The Heads of the World Bank Group (WBG), International Monetary Fund (IMF), United Nations World Food Program (WFP), and World Trade …

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At least 16 people injured in New York subway shooting – No Kuwaiti victims

WASHINGTON, April 12: At least 16 people were injured in a mass shooting that occurred on a subway in the city of New York earlier …

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Biden, Modi tackle destabilizing impacts of Russia’s war against Ukraine

WASHINGTON, April 11: US President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. spoke on Monday with Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India and tackled the destabilizing impacts of …

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