Monthly Archives: April 2018

Trump presses for full denuclearization SEOUL: North Korean leader Kim Jong Un plans to invite experts and journalists from the United States and South Korea when the country closes its nuclear test site in May, Seoul officials said yesterday, as...
MONASTIR: Decked out in a striking blue suit and white shirt, matching his political allegiance, Simon Slama rubs shoulders with fellow candidates ahead of Tunisia's municipal elections. Nothing unusual about that-except he is the only Jewish candidate, standing for...
ACCRA: An actress who said women needed men to take care of them has sparked fierce debate in Ghana and widened the focus about sexual harassment in the country. Moesha Boduong said the economy was so bad in Ghana...
Islamists woo locals with seeds, fertilizer, grazing MAIDUGURI: From the shores of Lake Chad, Islamic State's West African ally is on a mission: winning over the local people. Digging wells, giving out seeds and fertilizer and providing safe pasture for...
Book sparks renewed interest in US murders LOS ANGELES: US detectives analyzed DNA to capture the former policeman alleged to be the notorious "Golden State Killer" but it was a book that sparked renewed interest in the murders. "I'll Be...
MANILA: Advocacy groups voiced outrage yesterday after a memorial to women forced to work as sex slaves to Japanese soldiers during World War II was taken down in Manila. City authorities said the bronze sculpture of a blindfolded woman,...
KAMRA: The sprawling complex at Kamra, west of Islamabad, reverberates at the thundering take-off of a Mirage Rose-1, the latest ageing fighter jet to have been gutted and reassembled by the Pakistani Air Force. Fifty years after Pakistan bought...
Malaysian activists gear up to battle widespread cheating   KUALA LUMPUR: "Phantom" voters, electoral roll tampering, mysterious power blackouts during recounts-Malaysian activists are gearing up to battle widespread cheating at what they fear will be the dirtiest election in the country's...
Wenger given Old Trafford send-off by Ferguson MANCHESTER: Arsene Wenger was honoured by Manchester United on his final visit to Old Trafford as Arsenal manager, but left beaten once more on the field as Marouane Fellaini's stoppage time header handed...
Thanks for the wild card: Vandeweghe STUTTGART: Karolina Pliskova recovered from a slow start to beat CoCo Vandeweghe 7-6 (7/2), 6-4 and claim the Stuttgart Grand Prix title yesterday. The Czech fifth seed earned the second clay trophy of her career...
KUWAIT: Zain, the leading telecommunications company in Kuwait, participated in awarding the winners of speed races in the Hunting and Equestrian Club's Conclusion Festival for the season 2017-2018 under the patronage of HH the Prime Minister Sheikh Jaber Mubarak...
Results confirm success of KFH's strategy of innovation: Al-Marzouq   KUWAIT: Chairman of Kuwait Finance House (KFH) Hamad Abdulmohsen Al-Marzouq said that KFH has, by the grace of Allah, reported net profits of KD 43.97 million for the first quarter of...

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