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Monthly Archives: July 2017

Envious

I do not want to sound like a racist or prejudiced in this article against expats, as long as my writing will not go beyond the truth, while at the same time reflect the real situation on the ground,...

Absconders found

KUWAIT: An expat woman who was found in violation of the law told police she was staying in a place that absconding women seek for harbor. Police raided the place and discovered that it was divided into several rooms...
All sides standing ground  as Gulf deadline 'expires' DUBAI/DOHA: Qatar faces possible further sanctions by Arab states that have severed ties with Doha over allegations of links to terrorism, as a deadline to accept their demands was expected to expire...
GAZA CITY: After Umm Mazen found her husband shivering in his bed and complaining of a migraine, he confessed he was addicted to painkillers and could no longer provide for the family. In the Gaza Strip, the tiny Palestinian...
DUBAI: Saudi Arabia's King Salman bin Abdulaziz has ordered an over-enthusiastic columnist to be suspended from his job after he equated him with God, Saudi media reported yesterday. Ramadan Al-Anzi's column in Al-Jazirah newspaper describing King Salman as "Haleem",...
DUBAI: The capital of the United Arab Emirates became the first city to be exempt from a US ban on laptop computers being in airplane cabins, the country's flag carrier said yesterday. Long-haul airline Etihad said it welcomed the...
NEW DELHI: A woman who survived an alleged gang rape and four separate acid attacks has once again been hit by corrosive liquid, Indian police said Sunday. The 35-year-old mother, who was allegedly gang-raped in 2008 over a property...
DAMASCUS: A suicide car bomber pursued by security forces blew himself up in eastern Damascus yesterday, with a monitor reporting 18 killed in the deadliest attack to hit the Syrian capital in months. Syrian state media and the Syrian...
MARAWI, Philippines: Millions of boxing fans in the Philippines, including those displaced by fighting with Islamist militants, walked away in stunned dinsbelief as national hero Manny Pacquiao lost his world title to Australian Jeff Horn in a major upset...
BAMAKO: Al-Qaeda's Mali branch has released a proof-of-life video of six foreign hostages, including elderly Australian surgeon Arthur Kenneth Elliott and Frenchwoman Sophie Petronin, US-based monitoring group SITE said. The 16 minute, 50 second video by Nusrat Al-Islam wal...
CULIACAN: Mexican authorities said yesterday that at least 19 people died in clashes involving armed men and security forces in the gang-plagued northwestern state of Sinaloa, where homicides have spiked dramatically following the capture and extradition of convicted drug...
PESHAWAR: A health worker who had been immunizing children against polio was shot dead in Pakistan’s northwestern province Saturday, the provincial health department said. He was shot by two motorbike riders armed with assault rifes as he returned to...

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