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Trump’s missing North Korea strategy

Trump’s missing North Korea strategy

US President Donald Trump certainly has a point when he complains that he inherited the difficult problem in North Korea.

Snooping ‘madoob’ causing problems

Snooping ‘madoob’ causing problems

Question: I am receiving my courier/postal mails open and I doubt the ‘mandoob’ (representative) of my company is doing this. Is there a law in Qatar to deal with such unpleasant acts? ST, Doha

Turning AMR words into action

Turning AMR words into action

It was Antibiotic Awareness Week earlier last month, and, as Chair of the UK government’s Review on Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) under Prime Minister David Cameron, I participated in a number of events to draw attention to this important public-health issue.

The long and winding road to a ‘haircut’

The long and winding road to a ‘haircut’

Default is back. Sovereign finances weathered a wrenching global recession and a collapse in commodity prices surprisingly well over the past few years. But failed economic models cannot limp along forever, ...

‘The same old faces’: Elation turns to despair in the new Zimbabwe

‘The same old faces’: Elation turns to despair in the new Zimbabwe

“We dare not squander the moment,” Emmerson Mnangagwa said just a week ago at his swearing in as president, referring to the high hopes Zimbabweans had placed on him as a harbinger of change for a desperate nation.

Bodybuilding products sold online may be unsafe

Bodybuilding products sold online may be unsafe

Many bodybuilding products sold online are mislabelled and contain unapproved drugs and other ingredients that may not be safe, a new study suggests.

Inequality comes to Asia

Inequality comes to Asia

From China to India, Asian countries’ rapid economic expansion has lifted hundreds of millions of people out of poverty in recent decades. Yet the income distribution has lately worsened, with inequality now potentially even more severe in Asia than in the developed economies of the West.

Behind world’s first heart transplant

Behind world’s first heart transplant

It was an operation that earned him acclaim, but the world’s first heart transplant also provoked hate mail and outspoken criticism of South African surgeon Christiaan Barnard, 50 years ago.

Qatar defeats conspiracies of siege countries

Qatar defeats conspiracies of siege countries

The conspiracies hatched by the siege countries to destabilise Qatar have failed to erode the international trust enjoyed by the latter, especially the prestigious position of the National Human Rights Committee (NHRC).

Bringing perpetrators of crimes to justice

Bringing perpetrators of crimes to justice

The sight of a judge in The Hague interrupted by insults and obscenities from Ratko Mladi? as the court convicted the former general of genocide reached us like the light of a distant star.

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