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German police probe driver’s motive in deadly car ramming

FRANKFURT AM MAIN: Investigators are probing the motives of a 35-year-old German student who rammed his car into a group of pedestrians, killing one person and injuring two others, officials…

Egyptian Christians fearing terror flee Sinai for 4th day

ISMAILIA: Egyptian Christians fearing attacks by Islamic State group militants fled the volatile northern part of the Sinai Peninsula for a fourth day yesterday, after a string of sectarian killings…

Refugees crossings from US to Canada

MONTREAL: Most of the hundreds of people streaming over the US border into Canada in recent weeks are asylum-seekers, coming from Syria, Yemen, Turkey or Sudan, according to the United…

India demands ‘strongest action’ from Trump after Kansas killing

‘They should come out openly to condemn such actions’ NEW DELHI: India demanded the “strongest action” from the US government yesterday after an Indian expatriate was killed and another wounded…

Woman journalist targeted by Sudan Islamic hardliners

KHARTOUM: A Sudanese female journalist and critic of government policies said Sunday that she is under fire from hardliners who have accused her of “insulting Islam” in one of her…

Pakistan airline denies seven passengers forced to stand

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s national carrier said yesterday it would investigate allegations that a plane flew from Karachi to Saudi Arabia carrying seven extra passengers, but denied they stood in the aisles…

Malaysia says Poisoning of Kim caused paralysis, quick death

Officers in protective gear swept budget terminal where Kim was attacked KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysia’s health minister said yesterday that the dose of nerve agent given to North Korean ruler Kim…

Messi haunts Atletico once more to send Barca top

Messi strikes late again to sink Atletico MADRID:  Lionel Messi struck the winner four minutes from time as Barcelona moved top of La Liga yesterday with a crucial 2-1 win…

Ibrahimovic double downs Saints in Wembley thriller

LONDON:  Zlatan Ibrahimovic sealed the first major silverware of Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United reign and broke Southampton’s hearts as the Swedish star’s late goal clinched a dramatic 3-2 victory in…

De Villiers passes milestone in SA win

WELLINGTON:  South Africa captain AB de Villiers became the fastest man to score 9,000 one-day international runs as he led his side to a 159-run victory over New Zealand in…

Burgan Bank sponsors world champion wheelchair fencing title holder Tariq Al-Qallaf

KUWAIT: Burgan Bank announced today its renewed sponsorship for Kuwait’s world champion wheelchair fencer, Tariq Al Qallaf, recipient of a number of gold medals and the ‘sword of honor’ award…

Second shooting tournament concludes with participation of record shooters

KUWAIT: The Second Shooting Tournament concluded at Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Olympic Shooting Complex, in the presence of President of Kuwait and Arab Shooting Federations, member of the International Sporting Shooting…