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German police start massive public appeal to identify G20 rioters

German police start massive public appeal to identify G20 rioters

Some five months after rioters went on the rampage at the G20 summit in the northern German port city of Hamburg, police plan to release photos and video of suspects ...

Puig homers, Dodgers beat Pirates 6-5

Puig homers, Dodgers beat Pirates 6-5

Yasiel Puig homered leading off the 12th inning, leading the Los Angeles Dodgers to a 6-5 victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates in the Major League Baseball on Monday.

Red-hot Manangoi eyes Diamond League success

Red-hot Manangoi eyes Diamond League success

Kenyan middle-distance star Elijah Manangoi, fresh from a barn-storming victory at the IAAF World Championships, said yesterday he is aiming to win the Diamond League.

Saudi misuse of Spanish arms in Yemen raised

Saudi misuse of Spanish arms in Yemen raised

Saudi Arabia has received large quantities of ammunition recently from Spain, according to Greenpeace, which expressed concern that these will be used to commit war crimes in Yemen.

ECB’s Mersch says risks to growth are almost back in balance

ECB’s Mersch says risks to growth are almost back in balance

The European Central Bank will soon be able to adopt a more optimistic tone on the euro-area economy — a possible first step in winding down stimulus — according to Executive Board member Yves Mersch.

Warriors, Cavaliers return from All-Star break with wins

Warriors, Cavaliers return from All-Star break with wins

The Golden State Warriors exploded for 50 points in the third quarter Thursday to roar past the Los Angeles Clippers 123-113 in their first game after the NBA All-Star break.

MEC invites tenders to operate fish farms

MEC invites tenders to operate fish farms

The Ministry of Economy and Commerce (MEC) Technical Committee to Stimulate Private Sector Participation in Economic Development Projects has offered a number of projects in fish farming and aquaculture through a public tender.

Hot shot Warner happy to rest for tough India test

Hot shot Warner happy to rest for tough India test

Australia’s player of the year David Warner has welcomed a rest before touring India next month saying it’s tough preparing for sub-continental conditions.

Cash crunch upsets budget preparations, say officials

Cash crunch upsets budget preparations, say officials

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s surprise decision to scrap high-value banknotes has upset preparations for next year’s budget because of the resulting disruption to growth, revenues and asset sales, two government sources said.

Jio extends free services, as telecoms price war intensifies

Jio extends free services, as telecoms price war intensifies

Reliance Industries announced a three-month extension to an offer of free data and voice services by its telecoms unit Jio, signalling that a brutal price war in India's mobile sector that has already hurt its rivals is intensifying.

Qatari investors urged to open more private schools

Qatari investors urged to open more private schools

Qatar will need 53 more new government schools by 2020 to accommodate students at all school stages, according to HE the Minister of Education and Higher Education Dr Mohamed Abdul Wahed Ali al-Hammadi.

Kim Kardashian robbed at gunpoint in Paris

Kim Kardashian robbed at gunpoint in Paris

Masked men put a gun to reality TV star Kim Kardashian’s head, left her tied up in the bathroom of her luxury residence in Paris and stole millions of dollars’ worth of jewellery in the early hours of yesterday, police and her publicist said.