TUNIS, Mar 24 (Reuters) – Tunisia’s powerful UGTT labor union will stage protests if the government goes ahead and privatizes ailing state firms, the UGTT leader said on Saturday, in what could be a setback …"Major Tunisian union threatens protests if privatizations go ahead"
(Reuters) – Elliott Broidy, a top Republican fundraiser, sued Qatar on Monday, accusing the Gulf state of pilfering and leaking emails in retribution for his attempts to influence the Trump administration in favor of regional …"Trump fundraiser sues Qatar over hacked emails"
U.S. President Donald Trump has denounced Friday’s attack in France that claimed four lives, including that of a police officer who exchanged himself for a hostage the gunman was holding captive in a supermarket in …"US President Denounces Fatal Hostage Incident in France"
BEIRUT (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Deaths from cervical cancer will double in the Middle East and North Africa by 2035 unless conservative nations vaccinate young women and tackle sexual taboos, a study said on Wednesday.…"Cervical cancer to double across Middle East without vaccines"
WHITE HOUSE —
Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman met U.S. President Donald Trump at the White House on Tuesday amid heightened tensions between Riyadh and Tehran.
“Iran has not been treating that part …"Trump Touts Saudi Arms Deals in Oval Office Meeting With Crown Prince"
CASABLANCA (Reuters) – Morocco has proposed using 14 stadiums and budgeting to spend 15.8 billion dollars on infrastructure if it wins the right to host the World Cup soccer finals in 2026, the country’s bid …"Morocco plans to spend $15.8 billion if it gets 2026 soccer World Cup"