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The ‘wall of shame’ in Peru

The ‘wall of shame’ in Peru

There has been much discussion in the Americas about Donald Trump’s proposed wall to separate the US and Mexico.

A spectacularly good surprise

A spectacularly good surprise

Hollywood’s superhero movies have fallen into a repetitive rut of sequels, reboots and sidebar adventures.

Best Buddies Qatar holds art competition for its members

Best Buddies Qatar holds art competition for its members

Best Buddies Qatar recently held an art competition for its members from the following schools:...

Braveheart is back

Braveheart is back

Two years ago, Michelle Trujillo and her gravely ill 6-year-old daughter, Sophia, packed two suitcases and headed to the National Institutes of Health in Maryland for groundbreaking treatment they hoped would save the young girl’s life.

Exhibition of Georgian paintings opens

Exhibition of Georgian paintings opens

‘Expressing Space Exhibition’, an expo featuring paintings of some of the well-known artists from Georgia was inaugurated at Building No.18 of Katara Cultural Village on Monday.

Nepal embassy celebrates Constitution Day

Nepal embassy celebrates Constitution Day

Nepal’s embassy in Qatar yesterday organised a programme to mark the country’s Constitution Day.

Cary Grant, an acrobat who became a Hollywood legend

Cary Grant, an acrobat who became a Hollywood legend

One of my favourite Hollywood actors was Cary Grant. There was something so refreshingly remarkable about him, something so wonderfully cultured that he was often called a perfect gentleman.

A climate-fuelled hope of financial freedom

A climate-fuelled hope of financial freedom

Greenland may have found a path towards its long-term quest for full independence from Denmark through the most unlikely of ways: global warming.

Camels, casbahs and more make for a magical visit to Morocco

Camels, casbahs and more make for a magical visit to Morocco

Our two rows of camels rested in the darkness before dawn near the circle of tents in the towering Erg Chebbi dunes, a few miles from Morocco’s border with Algeria. The cool air carried the aroma of coffee brewing as the sky began to lighten.

The War on Drugs bask in ‘crazy’ glory

The War on Drugs bask in ‘crazy’ glory

You could certainly be forgiven for failing to realise there are six members of The War On Drugs. There are few photos of the American indie-rock band as a whole. Their album covers and most tours posters only feature singer, songwriter, guitarist, front-man and founder member Adam Granduciel.

Recreating spider silk in the laboratory

Recreating spider silk in the laboratory

Until now, scientists have not been able to mass produce synthetic spider silk in the laboratory – but with new advances in research, that might be about to change By Adriane Lochner

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