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Egyptian arrested over bogus Hajj campaign
The Public Security officials arrested an Egyptian national who was found to be involved in advertising and marketing bogus Hajj campaigns. He managed to collect money from victims.
The security forces seized sums of money during a raid at an office used for promoting and marketing fake Hajj campaign in the Riyadh region.
Legal measures were taken against the man and he was referred to the Public Prosecution, according to security sources.
US recession whispers becoming a roar
The alarm over a looming recession is growing louder in the US, as the government struggles to control soaring prices, Politico reported on Tuesday.
UK urged to brace for economic storm
The Bank of England (BoE) warned on Tuesday that the economic prospects for Britain have deteriorated since the start of the year, calling on the country’s lenders to set aside ...
Top British cabinet members resign
UK Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak and Health Secretary Sajid Javid resigned on Tuesday as ongoing scandals plague the Conservative Party and Prime Minister Boris Johnso...
Mexican president vows ‘to tear down the Statue of Liberty’
Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador says the symbol of America’s freedom could lose its meaning if Washington refuses to drop charges against Wikileaks co-founder Juli...
One million set to perform Hajj as COVID-19 restrictions ease
International pilgrims will perform the annual ritual for first time since the COVID-19 pandemic began in March 2020.
Algeria’s war for independence: 60 years on
Algerians remember the struggle to gain their freedom from French colonialism – and the example it sets for today.
‘A disaster’: Aqaba port unsafe for years, say gas leak survivors
Survivors of a deadly gas leak at the southern Jordanian port recount dire health conditions.
Tunisia’s Ons Jabeur first Arab player to reach Wimbledon semis
Jabeur will meet the 103rd-ranked Tatjana Maria for a place in Saturday’s final.
Tunisian president defends draft constitution amid growing opposition
A draft of President Saied’s constitution was released on Thursday; critics say it paves the way to authoritarian rule.
Photos: Iraq’s IDPs continue to wait to return home
Five years on from the defeat of ISIL in Mosul, IDPs across northern Iraq have been unable to rebuild their old homes.
Shell buys stake in Qatari gas field expansion project
British multinational company joined $29bn project on the world’s biggest gas field, taking a 6.35 percent stake.
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