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Egyptologists uncover ‘lost golden city’ buried under the sands

Egyptologists uncover ‘lost golden city’ buried under the sands

Archaeologists have uncovered the remains of an ancient city in the desert outside Luxor that they say is the “largest” ever found in Egypt and dates back to a golden age of the pharaohs 3,000 years ago.

Parties to Iran nuclear talks see progress despite sanctions clash

Parties to Iran nuclear talks see progress despite sanctions clash

Talks to bring Iran and the United States fully back into the 2015 nuclear deal are making progress, delegates said yesterday, but Iranian officials indicated disagreement with Washington over which sanctions it must lift.

Egyptologists uncover 'lost golden city' buried under the sands

Egyptologists uncover 'lost golden city' buried under the sands

Archaeologists have uncovered the remains of an ancient city in the desert outside Luxor that they say is the ‘largest’ ever found in Egypt and dates back to a golden age of the pharaohs 3,000 years ago.

Iran releases seized South Korean tanker: Seoul foreign ministry

Iran releases seized South Korean tanker: Seoul foreign ministry

Iran on Friday released a South Korean-flagged tanker it seized amid a dispute over billions in frozen oil funds, and the vessel's captain, the foreign ministry in Seoul said.

UNRWA welcomes US restoration of $150 million to support Palestine refugees

UNRWA welcomes US restoration of $150 million to support Palestine refugees

The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) welcomed the announcement made by the United States that it is contributing US $150 million to the Agency ...

Jordan king assures palace crisis is over

Jordan king assures palace crisis is over

Jordan’s King Abdullah yesterday told his nation that the worst political crisis in decades sparked by an alleged plot involving his half-brother Prince Hamzah was over.

Iran sees new daily record of coronavirus cases

Iran sees new daily record of coronavirus cases

Iran yesterday announced a new record number of daily coronavirus cases, as authorities warned of a “major increase” in infections to come as the country faces its fourth wave.

Troops kill Palestinian

Troops kill Palestinian

Israeli soldiers shot dead a Palestinian motorist who they said tried to ram them at a checkpoint in the occupied West Bank yesterday — an account disputed by his wife, who was with him in the car.

Saudi to allow only immunised pilgrims

Saudi to allow only immunised pilgrims

Saudi authorities said on Monday only people immunised against Covid-19 will be allowed to perform the year-round Umrah pilgrimage from the start of Ramadan, the holy fasting month for Muslims.

Oman to ban entry of visitors from April 8

Oman to ban entry of visitors from April 8

Oman will only allow citizens and residents to enter the Gulf Arab state from April 8 following an increase in Covid-19 cases that is pressuring the health care system, the country's coronavirus committee said on Monday.

Iran rejects ‘step-by-step’ lifting of US sanctions

Iran rejects ‘step-by-step’ lifting of US sanctions

Iran wants the United States to lift all sanctions and rejects any “step-by-step” easing of restrictions, the foreign ministry said yesterday ahead of planned talks in Vienna next week on reviving the 2015 nuclear deal between Tehran and global powers.

‘Golden Parade’ of pharaohs to new home starts in Cairo

‘Golden Parade’ of pharaohs to new home starts in Cairo

A procession of floats carrying the mummified remains of 22 pharaohs, including Egypt’s most powerful ancient queen, snaked through Cairo yesterday evening, in an eye-catching parade to a new resting place.

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