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Benjamin Netanyahu travelled to Saudi Arabia and met its crown prince.
Police in the city of Portland made arrests and seized fireworks, hammers and a rifle after late night demonstrations.
Islamic State claimed responsibility yesterday for a deadly attack in Vienna.
An Indonesian graft court has sentenced businessman Benny Tjokrosaputro to life in prison for a stock manipulation scheme.
Muhyiddin's failed bid to declare a state of emergency in Malaysia this week could have marked the end of his shaky eight months in power.
Elliot Broidy pleaded guilty on Tuesday to a charge that he illegally lobbied Trump to drop an investigation into a Malaysian embezzlement scandal.
Samuel Paty, the 47-year old history teacher beheaded by a suspected Islamist last week, will posthumously get France's highest award.
French police have arrested nine people after a suspected Islamist sympathiser beheaded a schoolteacher on the street of a Paris suburb on Friday.
Khazanah has the option to channel funds to low-cost carrier Firefly which could become the country’s national airline if Malaysia Airlines was shut down.
Malaysia’s royal palace postponed from today all meetings for two weeks because of new coronavirus curbs.
The long-haul arm of Malaysia’s flagship budget airline, AirAsia X Bhd (AAX), has proposed restructuring its debt to avoid liquidation.