Muslims still feel unsafe a year after massacre in New Zealand

CHRISTCHURCH: Members of the Muslim community Jood Almutairi (right), Alaa Fouda (center) and Nada Fouda leave after attending congregational prayers, two...

Philippines closes off capital to fight coronavirus

MANILA: Philippine police personnel man a checkpoint bordering nearby Cavite province and suburban Las Pinas in Manila yesterday as the government...

S Korea coronavirus cases jump after call centre outbreak

SEOUL: A worker wearing protective gear sprays disinfectant on the street to help prevent the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus, near...

New Zealand fighting rising hate, one year after mosque massacre

WELLINGTON: Days before the first anniversary of a shooting in Christchurch that killed 51 Muslim worshippers, a...

Xi visits Wuhan, says tide turning against epidemic

WUHAN: Chinese President Xi Jinping wears a mask as he waves to a coronavirus patient and medical staff via video link...

Afghanistan ‘Game of Thrones’ jeopardizes the peace process

KABUL: Officials gather at an entrance ahead of the start of Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani's swearing-in inauguration ceremony, at the Presidential...

Too much information? Privacy questions over S Korea virus details

DAEGU: Hospital workers track responses to the COVID-19 novel coronavirus at a situation room at a hospital in Daegu yesterday. _...

N Korea seeks attention with weapons test

This picture released from North Korea's official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) yesterday shows a test of weapons at an undisclosed...

US begins military pullout from two Afghan bases

In this file photo, US soldiers gather near a destroyed vehicle and protect their faces from rotor wash, as their wounded...

Blasts hit Afghanistan as feuding leaders hold separate ceremonies

KABUL: Officials and guests react after hearing loud blasts during Afghan President Ashraf Ghani's swearing in inauguration ceremony, at the Presidential...

North Korea fires multiple projectiles

SEOUL: A man watches a television news broadcast showing a file image of a North Korean missile test at a railway...

60,000 to benefit from Kuwait Food Bank project

Salem Al-Hamar KUWAIT: Kuwait Food Bank (KFB) launched yesterday a food project for more than 60,000 beneficiaries from...

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