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Monthly Archives: January 2017

KUWAIT: Following up the case of an Egyptian man who went missing in Hasawi, security sources said that the man was later found dead at Jahra hospital after he was admitted there after he was run over by a...
DUBAI: An off-duty policeman was shot dead in Bahrain yesterday in what the interior ministry called a “terrorist act”, state news agency BNA reported. “The Interior Ministry mourns with great sadness and sorrow the martyr Lieutenant Hisham Hassan Mohammed...
Order loses first legal battle amid protests NEW YORK: The United States braced yesterday for more furious protests against Donald Trump's ban on travelers from seven Muslim countries as the White House doubled down despite a partial stay from a...
VICTORIA, Texas: An early-morning fire Saturday destroyed a Texas mosque that was a target of hatred several years ago and experienced a burglary just a week ago. A clerk at a convenience store spotted smoke and flames billowing from...
First week in power leads to serious case of political whiplash WASHINGTON: Donald Trump hurtled through his first week in power, punching out at critics, dishing up "alternative facts," polarizing public opinion and making good on an electoral promise to...
Calls for a reciprocal ban on US citizens BAGHDAD: Washington faced a growing backlash in Baghdad yesterday to its decision to bar citizens of Iraq, a key partner in the war against jihadists, from entering the United States. President Donald...
A look at the mass protests sweeping the nation NEW YORK: President Donald Trump's travel ban barring citizens of seven predominantly Muslim nations entry into the US has sparked protests around the country Saturday night and early Sunday morning. A...
Newly minted friendship already showing cracks   LONDON: Two days after a friendship-forging meeting with Donald Trump, British Prime Minister Theresa May yesterday discreetly distanced herself from the US president as anger over his immigration restrictions mounted. Downing Street said...
KOLKATA: A sex workers' committee meeting is underway on the first floor of a shabby building at the entrance of Sonagachi, South Asia's largest red light district in the Indian city of Kolkata. The proceedings are brisk. A detailed...
WASHINGTON: President Donald Trump signed an executive order Saturday giving the US military 30 days to devise a plan to "defeat" the Islamic State group. The plan makes good on a key campaign pledge of Trump, who mocked and...
MANILA: Philippine soldiers killed 15 militants and seriously wounded their leader, believed to be the Islamic State's representative in the country, following air and artillery strikes in a southern province, a senior military official said yesterday. Isnilon Hapilon, also known...
Rescue operation to continue for missing few KUALA LUMPUR: Twenty-three Chinese tourists and two crew members have survived after their boat sank in rough seas off eastern Malaysia but six people are still missing, a minister said yesterday. The sinking...

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