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Police question Netanyahu again over telecom corruption case

Muslim Times(Web Desk) – Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been questioned again by police as part of their investigations into a string of corruption allegations, media reports say. Police interrogated Netanyahu in the prime minister’s official residence in Jerusalem al-Quds on Tuesday. A Reuters cameraman saw a police car ...

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Trump says Putin may be easiest meeting of European trip

Muslim Times(Web Desk) – US President Donald Trump has said his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin may prove easier than those with the leaders of European states. Trump made the remarks on Tuesday morning while speaking to reporters at the White House just before boarding Air Force One for ...

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China vows to provide $20bn in loans to Mideast states

Muslim Times(Web Desk) – China says it will provide a number of Middle Eastern states with a package of $20 billion in loans and $106 million in financial assistance in an effort to revitalize economic growth in the region. Addressing the 8th ministerial meeting of China-Arab States Cooperation Forum (CASCF) ...

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Third day of rescue operations starts at Thailand cave

Muslim Times(Web Desk) -The high-risk rescue operation deep into a cave complex in northern Thailand has continued into a third day in an attempt to save the remaining four young boys and their soccer coach still trapped inside after the rescue of eight in the past two days. Rescue workers ...

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South Korea scraps drill amid diplomacy with North

Muslim Times(Web Desk) – South Korea says it is canceling an annual government mobilization drill this year as part of a suspended joint exercise with the United States but would hold a version of that drill later on its own. The suspension of the drill was announced by the South ...

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EU-Japan trade summit postponed after deadly floods

Muslim Times(Web Desk) – A Brussels summit between leaders of the European Union and Japan scheduled for Wednesday to rubber-stamp a trade deal will be postponed and relocated to Tokyo after deadly floods in the country’s west, chief spokesperson for the Commission Margaritis Schinas said on Monday, July 9. Prime ...

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