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Mexico probes whether Pegasus spyware purchases were legal
The Mexican attorney general's office said on Sunday it is investigating the purchase of Pegasus computer spyware by the previous administration and whether it was carried out legally.
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Ghana plans to buy oil with gold instead of USD
Something is burning in the FIFA zone in Qatar
The FTX story just gets wilder
Earlier this year, SBF invested $11.5m in Farmington State Bank in Washington St. (nearly double the bank’s value).
In high spirit, Saudi squad continue training ahead of meeting Poland Saturday
The Saudi national team continued their training session at the Celine Resort Stadium in preparation for the second round of the group stage match of the FIFA World Cup 2022 on ...
A paramedic fought to save a crash victim, not knowing it was her daughter
Paramedic Jayme Erickson spent more than 20 minutes trying to save a seriously injured crash victim. At the time, Erickson did not realize the person she was treating was her 17...
Gulf ministers reject hostile campaigns targeting GCC states
The Ministers of the Information of Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states have rejected systematic and tendentious campaigns targeting GCC countries, their values and contributi...
France’s digital taxman goes after Amazon — again
The US tech giant scored a victory narrowing a French digital levy that lawmakers are now trying to overturn.
Kosovo and Serbia reach deal on license plate dispute — Borrell
The leaders of Serbia and Kosovo reached an agreement to end their dispute over license plates, according to the European Union’s top diplomat.
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138 government employees arrested in Saudi crackdown on corruption
Authorities in Saudi Arabia have arrested 138 people employed in various ministries in a crackdown on corruption.
Europe accuses US of profiting from war
EU officials attack Joe Biden over sky-high gas prices, weapons sales and trade as Vladimir Putin’s war threatens to destroy Western unity.
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