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Man rams car into German party HQ in 'suicide attempt'

Man rams car into German party HQ in 'suicide attempt'

A 58-year-old man tried to commit suicide on Christmas Eve by ramming his car into the headquarters of Germany's Social Democratic Party in Berlin, police said on Monday.

Counting of votes for historic Nepal polls concludes

Counting of votes for historic Nepal polls concludes

Counting of votes for 110 seats of house of representative and 220 of state assemblies under proportional representation has concluded in Nepal.

Three hurt after car deliberately rams people in southern France

Three hurt after car deliberately rams people in southern France

A man deliberately ran his car into a group of students outside a high school near Toulouse in southern France on Friday, injuring three people, two of them seriously, police sources said.

Mannai Corp earns QR294mn pre-tax profits in 3rd quarter

Mannai Corp earns QR294mn pre-tax profits in 3rd quarter

Mannai Corporation has earned pre-tax profits of QR294mn in the third quarter of this year, the company said in a release.

Japan’s Denso spends $1bn on US EVs and car safety systems

Japan’s Denso spends $1bn on US EVs and car safety systems

Japan’s Denso Corp is placing a $1bn bet that the US auto sector’s future is electric.

Koh returns for Al Rayyan

Koh returns for Al Rayyan

Al Rayyan will welcome back South Korean midfielder Koh Myong-jin (right) to their squad, ahead of their clash against Al Duhail on Friday.

Assad says Western plots against him foiled but war not yet won

Assad says Western plots against him foiled but war not yet won

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said on Sunday his country had foiled Western designs to topple him but his army had not yet won the fight to end Syria's six-year-old insurgency.

Car rams into soldiers outside Paris, six injured

Car rams into soldiers outside Paris, six injured

French police launched a manhunt on Wednesday after a car rammed into soldiers near their barracks outside Paris, injuring six people, two of them seriously.

Toshiba under pressure to consider ‘Plan B’ as chip sale falters

Toshiba under pressure to consider ‘Plan B’ as chip sale falters

As the $18bn sale of Toshiba Corp’s memory chip unit to a government-approved consortium falters, some bankers and potential investors are pressing the board to seriously consider alternatives, people with direct knowledge of the sale process said — including picking a new buyer.

Linking Qatar base with crisis is wrong: Turkey

Linking Qatar base with crisis is wrong: Turkey

Turkey's Deputy Prime Minister Numan Kurtulmus has said the ongoing crisis in the Gulf has nothing to do with the Turkish military base in Qatar, Al Jazeera reports.

BHIM-Aadhaar will boost economy: Modi

BHIM-Aadhaar will boost economy: Modi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi yesterday said the BHIM-Aadhaar digital payments platform has the potential to revolutionise the economy while empowering common Indians in the same way as did the Constitution, framed by B R Ambedkar, whose 126th birth anniversary was celebrated across the country yeste

A celebration of women

A celebration of women

Students pose with their faces painted at a college in Chennai yesterday on the eve of International Women’s Day.