Lawmaker warns of ‘too large’ expat communities

Ahmad Al-Fadhl KUWAIT: MP Ahmad Al-Fadhl yesterday warned against "too large" expatriate communities, saying they could pose a...

50 countries including Kuwait support China on Xinjiang-related issues

KUWAIT: 50 Ambassadors from Kuwait and other countries to the UNOG co-signed a letter to the President of the UN Human Rights...

Malaysia quizzes Indian preacher as pressure mounts

Dr. Zakir Naik KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysian police yesterday questioned a controversial Indian Islamic preacher for allegedly making insensitive...

Crocodile mauls woman to death in Indonesia

MINAHASA, Indonesia: A 4.4-m-long crocodile named Merry is secured before being taken out of its enclosure in North Sulawesi on Jan...

China ‘putting Muslims in concentration camps’

WASHINGTON: The United States has accused China of putting well more than a million minority Muslims in "concentration camps," in some of...

Bowing to pressure, Hong Kong leader suspends extradition bill

Chinese government supports Lam, condemns violence HONG KONG: Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam yesterday indefinitely delayed a proposed law...

India leaves nearly two million off citizens’ list

GUWAHATI: People check their names on the final list of the National Register of Citizens (NRC) at Buraburi village in...

Canada takes garbage back from Philippines, ending long dispute

Asian nations 'tired of being the world's trash dump' VANCOUVER: Tonnes of Canadian garbage left in the Philippines for...

Filipino nurses find English tests too daunting

MANILA: Bracing for life after Brexit, British hospitals badly need more nurses like Filipino Jobie Escalona, but she twice flunked a mandatory...

North Koreans survive by paying bribes

Pyongyang blames sanctions for dire humanitarian situation GENEVA: North Koreans are forced to pay bribes to officials to survive...

The three women hoping to upset Modi at the polls

SILIGURI: Chief minister of the eastern Indian state of West Bengal and the Trinamool Congress (TMC) supremo Mamata Banerjee...

‘Buddhism under threat’: Thailand election gives platform to radicals

Politics marks a new trend in traditionally tolerant Thailand BANGKOK: Royal Thai Army Commander in Chief Apirat Kongsompong...

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