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Monthly Archives: January 2016

DAMASCUS: Bombings claimed by the Islamic State group killed more than 60 people and wounded dozens yesterday near a revered shrine outside the Syrian capital Damascus. The blasts, which came as the UN's Syria envoy struggled to convene fresh...
GENEVA: The future of the biggest push to date to end Syria's tangled civil war looked highly uncertain yesterday with the main opposition group threatening to walk away before planned peace talks even begin in earnest. Representatives from the...
RIYADH: Saudi authorities have arrested nine American citizens among 33 "terror" suspects rounded up over the past days, the Saudi Gazette newspaper reported yesterday. Four Americans were arrested on Monday and five others over the past four days, the...
BURNS: People who live in Burns, the small high desert town near a wildlife refuge that has been occupied by an armed group for a month, say they are sick of the disruption to their lives. "We just want...
ADDIS ABABA: Ethiopia is struggling from its worst drought for 30 years with millions in dire need of life saving aid, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon warned yesterday. At least 10.2 million people need food aid in Ethiopia, a figure...
NEW DELHI: A disabled passenger said yesterday she was forced to crawl on New Delhi airport's tarmac after Air India failed to provide a wheelchair when her plane landed, an allegation the carrier denies. Anita Ghai, 53, a leading...
MELBOURNE: World number one Novak Djokovic hammered a misfiring Andy Murray in straight sets to win a record-equalling sixth Australian Open title and strengthen his grip on men’s tennis yesterday. The Serbian world number one swept to a 6-1,...
DOHA: FIFA presidential frontrunner Sheikh Salman Bin Ebrahim Al-Khalifa told AFP yesterday that only he or Europe's Gianni Infantino can win the race to become leader of world football. The Asian Football Confederation president also said any candidate who...
CARLISLE: Carlisle United had dreamed of an FA Cup fairytale back at their Brunton Park home that had been so heavily damaged in December’s floods, but Everton ruined the fourth tier side’s big day with a comprehensive 3-0 win...
MELBOURNE:  Andy Murray declared "I just want to get home" and headed straight for the airport yesterday as he raced to be reunited with his pregnant wife after his Australian Open final defeat. Murray, who has been on baby...
SYDNEY: Shane Watson's unbeaten hundred could not prevent Australia falling to a seven-wicket defeat to India in the third and final Twenty20 match yesterday as Suresh Raina hit a four on the last ball to complete a 3-0 clean...

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