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Rabada main second Test threat to Bangladesh

Rabada main second Test threat to Bangladesh

Having failed to take advantage of favourable first Test conditions, the Bangladesh batsmen have a chance to make amends against the least experienced bowling line-up South Africa have fielded in many years.

Even suicide blast can’t stop rising Afghan star

Even suicide blast can’t stop rising Afghan star

Such is Rashid Khan’s popularity that even a suicide blast at Kabul’s main cricket stadium couldn’t keep his fans away — and the teenager is now eyeing the sport’s big prizes as his international profile grows.

Veteran stage, film actor Tom Alter dead at 67

Veteran stage, film actor Tom Alter dead at 67

Veteran actor Tom Alter, who was well known in the theatre circuit and film industry breathed his last on Friday night.

Merkel tries to build coalition after vote that puts far right in parliament

Merkel tries to build coalition after vote that puts far right in parliament

Germany's Angela Merkel began the tough task of trying to build a government on Monday after securing a fourth term as chancellor, urging the centre-left Social Democrats ...

Call for more focus on Alzheimer’s research

Call for more focus on Alzheimer’s research

The World Innovation Summit for Health (WISH), an initiative of Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development,...

China says N Korean quake 'suspected explosion', S.Korea says likely natural

China says N Korean quake 'suspected explosion', S.Korea says likely natural

China's earthquake administration said on Saturday it had detected a magnitude 3.4 earthquake in North Korea that was a ‘suspected explosion’, raising fears the isolated state ...

Al-Marri renews call to probe human rights violations

Al-Marri renews call to probe human rights violations

Dr. Ali bin Smaikh al-Marri also urged direct meetings with the victims to listen to their complaints, and document their psychological, material and moral damage they suffered.

Bird-singing contest

Bird-singing contest

Birds sit in cages hoisted on poles during a bird-singing contest in Thailand’s southern province of Narathiwat.

Redknapp accepts managerial career all but over

Redknapp accepts managerial career all but over

Harry Redknapp believes his sacking as manager of second-tier Birmingham City will finally bring the curtain down on his long career.

Japan, India agree to deepen defence ties

Japan, India agree to deepen defence ties

The leaders of India and Japan agreed yesterday to deepen defence ties and push for more cooperation with Australia and the United States, as they seek to counter growing Chinese influence across Asia.

Qatar Airways Cargo to serve Pittsburgh in US from October 11

Qatar Airways Cargo to serve Pittsburgh in US from October 11

Qatar Airways Cargo will connect Pittsburgh in the US from October 11, which will make the national carrier the first international airline to commence freighter service to the city in Pennsylvania.

Apple’s new phone to be called ‘iPhone X,’ code leaks show

Apple’s new phone to be called ‘iPhone X,’ code leaks show

Apple Inc’s most important new phone for years will be called the iPhone X, according to a leak of the company’s latest mobile operating system on Saturday.