Germany fever grips Syrians in Damascus

DAMASCUS: When customers ask which of the backpacks displayed in Damascus’s Souk Al-Khija market is the sturdiest, shopkeeper Walid knows they are planning to...

Migration crisis boon for some businesses – The business of migration a multi-million dollar...

BERLIN: People crammed into boats and trekking across borders have become the dominant images of Europe's migrant crisis. In the shadows, however, there are...

Malaysia again shuts schools as Indonesian smoke thickens

KUALA LUMPUR: Thick white smoke from Indonesian slash-and-burn farming enveloped Malaysia's capital and other areas yesterday, triggering school closures for the following day as...

India says reducing poverty is climate justice

NEW DELHI: India will confirm plans next week for a fivefold increase in renewable energy by 2020, the environment minister said. But it will...

Pilgrims throng Arafat as hajj reaches climax – Faithful pray for peace on Mount...

MOUNT ARAFAT: Around two million white-clad Muslims yesterday poured into the vast Saudi plain where Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) gave his final sermon, for the...

Putin opens huge new mosque in Moscow – $170m project took a decade to...

MOSCOW: Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow yesterday opened one of the biggest mosques in Europe, warning against the lure of jihadists as the...

Pope gets warm welcome at White House by Obama – ‘Grateful for your welcome...

WASHINGTON: Barack Obama welcomed Pope Francis to the White House yesterday-the first black US president hailing the first pontiff from the Americas as a...

Eye of the storm: Migrants trickle in at Swiss border – ‘Situation stable, but...

CHIASSO: Border guards in crisp blue uniforms rush onto the train as it grinds to a halt, quickly rounding up around a dozen African...

Mumbai’s renowned tiffin carriers adapt to India’s changing lifestyles – ‘Dabbawallahs’ expand menus to...

MUMBAI: Mumbai's world-renowned tiffin service is no longer the preserve of loyal housewives cooking up generations-old family dishes to be delivered to their husbands'...

Xi calls for less ‘suspicion’ in US-China ties ahead of talks – ‘Conflict would...

SEATTLE: China's president on Tuesday called for less "suspicion" in ties between the world's top two economies, ahead of landmark talks later this week...

India’s goat sellers flock to the Internet this Eid

NEW DELHI: After decades of flocking to traditional livestock markets ahead of Eid, breeders in India are now heading online to haggle a good...

Palestinian cooks put resistance on the menu

Fatima Kadumy's weapons of resistance include stuffed squash and yoghurt with garlic-for her, food is just as powerful as stones or petrol bombs. "To...

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