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Gaza ceasefire extension; UAE planned to strike oil deals at COP

And German firm Lilium appears to be closest to developing an electric flying taxi service.

The Lilium five-seater electric battery-powered flying taxi.

Dita De Boni Tue, 28 Nov 2023

Top of the morning this Tuesday – here are some of the global politics and business headlines from overnight. 

Qatar’s foreign ministry has said on X an agreement has been reached to extend the Israel-Hamas truce in Gaza by two additional days.

Families of hostages expected to be released by

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