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Monthly Archives: June 2018

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 over rising child marriage, domestic abuse and sexual exploitation....
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 appeared in the dock. About 50 demonstrators, many wearing...
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 in prison with a minimum of 30 years. The...
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 World Drug Day in a region awash with illegal...
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 them down in order to redevelop government housing estates....
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 is exactly what two little-known, family-owned investment firms -...
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 of the United States. "Early this year Harley-Davidson said they...
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 hot pink collar and matching nails for her moment...
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 dramatic stoppage-time penalty by Iran's Karim Ansarifard yesterday. Portugal finished...
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, initially disallowed but awarded after intervention from the Video...

26th Jun

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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 man injured. The woman and two children were trapped...

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