Tunisia’s powerful labour union and the biggest party in its parliament yesterday both signalled their opposition to any attempt by the president to suspend the constitution and offer his own version unilaterally.
UN nuclear watchdog chief Rafael Grossi will fly to Tehran this weekend for talks that may ease a standoff between Iran and the West just as it risks escalating and scuppering negotiations on reviving the Iran nuclear deal, diplomats said on Saturday.
The UN yesterday denied claims that Tigrayan rebels were holing up in refugee camps in Sudan after Ethiopian officials said fighters had been caught with refugee ID cards.
Solidifying its position as a leading advocate for Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) reporting and implementation, Boursa Kuwait launched its new ESG guide to raise awareness and drive the embrace of Corporate Sustainability in the Kuwaiti capital market. The guide aims to introduce the ESG
The leaders of a military coup in Guinea promised yesterday to set up a transitional government of national unity after ousting President Alpha Conde and dissolving his cabinet.
Ahmed al-Yafei watched fishermen unloading boxes of catfish from small boats docked in the bustling port of Aden in south Yemen, keen to buy some for his hungry family — before realising he could not afford it.