Heavy gunfire was heard in Beirut on Thursday in the vicinity of Beirut's Justice Palace, leaving behind a number of people injured.
A judge from the Cairo Court of Appeal announced the lack of any ground to file a legal claim against 20 civil society organizations, either for insufficient evidence or the absence of offense, in the case known as “foreign funding case”.
“Obese people are dead. They are burdens on their families, burdens on the state. Fat people causes eyesore,” Reham said.
In May, the FSA denounced "serious shortcomings" at Danske Bank's Estonian branch and ordered it to raise its capital requirement by five billion kroner (670 million euros) due to increased risks.
Democratic members of the U.S. House of Representatives said they would keep investigating Russia and the 2016 U.S. election
Saudi Arabian banks have frozen more than 1,200 accounts belonging to individuals and companies in the kingdom.
European aircraft maker Airbus said that investigations into fraud, bribery and corruption by the French and British authorities could impact its earnings.
Donald Trump's real estate company pursued plans for a commercial development in Moscow while he was running for president.
French investigators have indicted two former top executives in a long-running probe into alleged kickbacks from the 2002 sale of submarines to Malaysia.
The special counsel overseeing the probe into Russia's alleged meddling in U.S. election is looking at whether President Donald Trump tried to obstruct justice.
the US Secret Service said Monday it does not have any audio recordings or transcripts of US President Donald Trump's White House conversations.