Thursday, August 17
Saudi Arabia announced on Thursday that it is reopening its border with Qatar to allow Qataris to attend the hajj, despite a monthslong rift between Doha and four Arab countries led by Riyadh that prompted both sides to trade accusations of politicizing the pilgrimage.
Thursday, August 03
La compagnie Emirates Airlines a reçu une correspondance soutenant que les Mauriciens n’auront pas besoin d’un visa pour séjourner à Dubaï, lors de séjours ne dépassant pas 30 jours.
Wednesday, June 07
Twin attacks on the Iranian parliament and Ayatollah Khomeini's mausoleum in the capital, Tehran, have killed at least 12 people and injured many more.
Monday, June 05
Egypt, Saudi Arabia and three other Arab countries severed all ties with Qatar early Monday, in a renewal of a four-year effort to isolate it and a sign of a new boldness after a visit to the region by President Trump
Wednesday, May 31
A powerful vehicle bomb has hit the diplomatic area of the Afghan capital, Kabul, killing at least 80 people and injuring 350.
Friday, May 26
Une étude internationale livre des indications sur le coût du permis des résidences dans plusieurs pays. Avec une demande d’investissement de 500 000 dollars, Maurice est en dessous de la moyenne de USD 1 million, mais reste toutefois plus cher que plusieurs pays européens.
Monday, April 24
LafargeHolcim Ltd. Chief Executive Officer Eric Olsen resigned after two years at the helm amid a probe into operations in war-torn Syria, leaving the world’s biggest cement company without a leader as it struggles to make a success of the merger between French and Swiss rivals.
Tuesday, March 28
L’ambassade de Maurice en Arabie Saoudite est désormais opérationnelle. Elle est basée dans le Diplomatic Quarter de Riyadh.
Thursday, January 19
The scene unspooled as if in a horror film: As firefighters fought to control a blaze in one of Tehran’s most prominent high-rise buildings, the structure suddenly collapsed in a smoldering heap of wreckage reminiscent of the scene in New York on Sept. 11, 2001 — all while millions watched on Iranian state television.
Tuesday, December 20
A Turkish police officer who angrily denounced the bloodshed in Syria killed the Russian ambassador to Turkey in Ankara on Monday, shooting the diplomat in front of a room full of horrified spectators at an art gallery in an assassination captured on video and quickly shared around the world.