Saturday, November 27, 2021


Chinese economy growth slowed down, increases only 4.9% from July to September

The Chinese economy grew 4.9% from July to September quarter-year-on-year, the slowest pace in a year and worse than analysts had predicted.

Israel ready for delivery of drones as Sushi and Ice Cream

Tel Aviv: Israel's drone power translates the knowledge of air force veterans into sushi and ice cream delivery as companies leverage their expertise to avoid collisions in increasingly crowded skies. On a grassy expanse of Tel Aviv's waterfront, three drones...

US hints to open Canada, Mexico borders for fully vaccinated

The U.S. has said it will reopen its land border with Mexico and Canada for fully vaccinated travelers by November.

North Korea: Kim Jong-un vows to build ‘invincible army’

North Korea's leader has promised to build an "invincible military" vis-à-vis what it says are hostile policies from the United States, state media reported.

Taliban, US gets in ‘candid, professional’ talks in Doha

According to a US official, delegates from the Taliban and the United States have held "honest and professional" talks in the capital city of Doha, Qatar,

US submarine hits ‘object’ while underwater in South China Sea

A U.S. nuclear-powered submarine has hit an "object" while sinking in foreign waters in the Indo-Pacific region, wounding some of the crew members, the U.S. Navy said. The Navy said none of the seafarers aboard the USS Connecticut suffered life-threatening...

Israel accuses Iran of Cyprus attack plot after suspect arrested

Israel has accused Iran of orchestrating an attack on Israel in Cyprus after police on the Mediterranean island said an armed man had been arrested.

UAE allows blocked Afghanistan evacuation flight to leave for US

A group of U.S. citizens and Afghan evacuees are allowed to travel to the United States from the United Arab Emirates after being temporarily detained.

Polls open in Qatar’s first legislative elections

Qataris began voting in the country's first legislative elections for two-thirds of the advisory Shura Council in a vote that disrupted the current debate.

Beirut blast survivors protest against suspension of probe

Families of Beirut port explosion victims protest against the suspension of the investigation following the devastating explosion.
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After Pegasus controversy, Israel decides “not to sale” its tech to 65 countries

After the controversy over the hacking tool of the NSO company, Israel has decided to change its cyber export policy.
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