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Relentless war puts Syria among most dangerous countries for women

LONDON: Seven years of war have turned Syria into one of the world’s most dangerous countries for women, according to a global poll released yesterday, with experts sounding the alarm…

Spain’s first Franco-era stolen babies trial begins

MADRID: The first trial in Spain over thousands of suspected cases of babies stolen from their mothers during the Franco era opened in Madrid yesterday as an 85-year-old Spanish doctor…

French couple sentenced to life for murdering au-pair in London

LONDON: A French couple living in London who murdered their au-pair and tried to dispose of the body by burning it in their back garden have been sentenced to life…

Laos officials torch narcotics stockpile on World Drug Day

XAM NEUA, Laos: Laos drug officials torched around 40 kilograms of heroin and tens of thousands of “yaba” pills yesterday, a small but significant fraction of the narcotics burned on…

Court lets trees live to fight in India’s polluted capital

NEW DELHI: Thousands of trees in New Delhi were given a reprieve following protests by residents and angry editorials, as a court put a temporary block on plans to cut…

Who is making money from US malls?

CHICAGO/NEW YORK: With its lonely hallways, half-shut food court and out-of-order restrooms, the River Oaks Center mall in suburban Chicago seems like an unlikely place to make money. But that…

Harley-Davidson using trade war as an excuse: Trump

WASHINGTON: President Donald Trump yesterday renewed his attacks on Harley-Davidson, accusing the motorcycle manufacturer of using the trade war as an “excuse” to move production for the European market out…

English Bulldog drools way to World’s Ugliest Dog crown

PETALUMA: With a lolling tongue and a propensity to drool, English Bulldog Zsa Zsa won best in show at World’s Ugliest Dog competition in Petaluma, California. Zsa Zsa, sporting a…

Iran scores in stoppage time to hold Portugal

SARANSK: Portugal advanced to the World Cup round of 16 behind Spain from Group B after Ricardo Quaresma’s stunning strike on the stroke of halftime was cancelled out by a…

Last-gasp Aspas sees Spain draw 2-2 with Morocco

KALININGRAD: Iago Aspas scored a VAR-assisted equaliser in injury time as Spain scrambled a 2-2 draw with Morocco yesterday in a dramatic finale to their Group B campaign. Aspas’s winner,…

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Woman, two kids dead in three-car crash

KUWAIT: A woman and her two children were killed while a man was injured when three vehicles collided along the Fifth Ring Road in an accident that also left a…