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IMF executive board to meet April 29 on $1.1 bln Pakistan disbursement: report

The executive board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) will meet on April 29 to discuss the approval of $1.1 billion funding for Pakistan,...

Oil eases as US demand concerns outweigh Middle East fears

Oil prices were little changed on Thursday as falling fuel demand in the U.S., the world's biggest oil user, amid signs of a slowing...

Russia, US clash at UN over nuclear weapons in space

Russia on Wednesday vetoed a US-drafted United Nations Security Council resolution that called on countries to prevent an arms race in outer space. The vote...

Saudi King Salman leaves hospital after medical checks: state television

Saudi Arabia's King Salman bin Abdulaziz underwent a routine medical checkup on Wednesday. According to Saudi state-run television, King Salman bin Abdulaziz completed a routine...

TikTok CEO expects to defeat US restrictions

TikTok's chief executive said on Wednesday that the company expects to win a legal challenge to block legislation signed into law by President...

A made-in-China electric vehicle offers efficiency similar to Tesla Model Y

Volvo EX30, a made-in-China electric vehicle will hit U.S. dealers this summer offering power and efficiency similar to the Tesla Model Y, the world's...

Gold little changed as spotlight shifts to US data

Gold prices steadied on Wednesday as risk premiums over tensions in the Middle East eased while investors strapped in for U.S. economic data,...

Stoinis still keen to represent Australia

Marcus Stoinis's desire to keep playing international cricket beyond the T20 World Cup in June has not been diminished by Cricket Australia's decision to...

Boeing reports first revenue drop in 7 quarters

Boeing on Wednesday reported its first quarterly revenue drop in seven quarters, but the US planemaker beat Wall Street expectations that were lowered after...

Russia detains deputy defence minister for corruption

MOSCOW: Security services of Russia detained one of Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu's deputies on suspicion of taking major bribes, the highest-profile corruption case since...

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