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Rota announces youth training programme

Rota announces youth training programme

Reach Out To Asia (Rota), a programme of Education Above All (EAA) foundation, has announced its Mena Youth Capacity Building in Humanitarian Action (Mycha) training, taking place in Doha from November 11-13.

Turkish opposition calls for PM's resignation over sons' offshore assets

Turkish opposition calls for PM's resignation over sons' offshore assets

Turkey's main opposition called for the resignation of Prime Minister Binali Yildirim on Wednesday, saying that reports his sons owned offshore companies amounted to a breach of ethics.

FM in phone talks with his French counterpart

FM in phone talks with his French counterpart

HE the Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohamed bin Abdulrahman al-Thani held a telephone conversation with French Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Development Jean-Yves Le Drian on bilateral relations and means to develop them in addition to the developments in the Gulf region and a number of

S Korea’s ousted Park expelled from own party

S Korea’s ousted Park expelled from own party

Ousted South Korean president Park Geun-hye’s own political party expelled her yesterday as it seeks to distance itself from the sprawling corruption scandal that led to her impeachment.

Maple Leafs win a wild one in home opener

Maple Leafs win a wild one in home opener

In a wild game where goals poured down like rain, the Rangers lost, 8-5, to the Maple Leafs for their second straight defeat to start the season.

UN braces for more Rohingya to flee, seeks access to Rakhine

UN braces for more Rohingya to flee, seeks access to Rakhine

Muslim Rohingyas continue to flee Myanmar to Bangladesh and the United Nations is bracing for possible "further exodus", the UN humanitarian aid chief said on Friday.

Palestinian PM in Gaza unity visit

Palestinian PM in Gaza unity visit

Palestinian Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah visited Gaza for the first time in two years yesterday, in a potential first step to ending a decade-long conflict between the two major factions.

US body clock geneticists take 2017 Nobel Medicine Prize

US body clock geneticists take 2017 Nobel Medicine Prize

US geneticists Jeffrey C Hall, Michael Rosbash, and Michael W Young were awarded the Nobel Medicine Prize yesterday for shedding light on the biological clock that governs the sleep-wake cycles of most living things.

United States polish off lopsided Presidents Cup win

United States polish off lopsided Presidents Cup win

The United States polished off a 19-11 Presidents Cup win on Sunday over a battling International team whose fate was sealed over three punishing prior days.

Al-Sulaiti holds talks with Polish minister

Al-Sulaiti holds talks with Polish minister

HE the Minister of Transport and Communications Jassim Seif Ahmed al-Sulaiti met with Polish Minister of Marine Economy and Inland Waterways Marek Grobarczyk in Warsaw yesterday.

European stocks fall on banking sector worries

European stocks fall on banking sector worries

Wall Street yesterday struggled to defend territory above 22,000 on the Dow as an early Apple-led surge threatened to fizzle out and European stocks drifted back into the red.

Cambodia deports 74 suspected of internet extortion home to China

Cambodia deports 74 suspected of internet extortion home to China

Cambodia sent home on Thursday 74 Chinese nationals wanted in China on suspicion of extorting money from people there over the internet and by telephone, Cambodian police said.