PM: Kuwait has given $327m to COVID vaccine initiatives

NEW YORK: Kuwait has provided assistance worth $327.4 million to initiatives worldwide aiming to ensure an equal distribution of COVID-19 vaccines, particularly to impoverished...

Iraq slams Kurd forum pushing Zionist ties

ARBIL: More than 300 Iraqis, including tribal leaders, called for a normalization of ties with the Zionist entity at a conference in autonomous Kurdistan...

Huawei exec lands in China after US deal

SHENZEN: Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou returned to China yesterday shortly after two Canadians released from prison in China also arrived in Calgary, ending a...

The one-armed boy who built a Lego prosthesis

BARCELONA: David Aguilar was five when he first discovered Lego, entering a world where it didn't matter he was missing his forearm, and four...

Canadians freed in ‘hostage diplomacy’

BEIJING: Two Canadians detained in 2018 and accused of spying in China were freed from harsh detention conditions and are heading back home yesterday,...

Catholic Church apologizes to Canada indigenous peoples for school abuses

OTTAWA: The Catholic Church has apologized "unequivocally" to Canada's indigenous peoples for a century of abuses at church-run residential schools set up by the...

Gangster among three killed in Delhi courtroom shootout

NEW DELHI: Gunmen dressed as lawyers shot dead a notorious Indian gangster inside a Delhi courtroom on Friday before police killed the two assailants....

Morocco gets 1st batch of Turkish armed drones

RABAT: Morocco took delivery earlier this month of Turkish combat drones, the Far-Maroc unofficial website dedicated to military news reported. The report, also carried...

Flights scrapped as volcanic eruptions hit Canaries

MADRID: Fresh volcanic eruptions in Spain's Canary Islands prompted the cancellation of flights, airport authorities said Friday, the first since the Cumbre Vieja volcano...

Over 140 killed as fighting intensifies in Yemen’s Marib

DUBAI: More than 140 rebels and pro-government troops have been killed this week as fighting intensifies for Yemen's strategic northern city of Marib, military...

‘Silent killing’: Starvation stalks Tigray

ADDIS ABABA: Mothers in Ethiopia's war-scarred Tigray region describe feeding leaves to their children in a desperate bid to keep them alive. As they...

People have lost hope: Lebanon’s only suicide hotline inundated

BEIRUT: The phones at Lebanon's only suicide hotline hardly ever stop ringing as people grow more and more desperate in the face of a...

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