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Asia bourses mostly end higher

Asia bourses mostly end higher

Asian markets mostly rose yesterday as Britain heads into a high-stakes referendum on its future in the European Union, after the head of the Federal Reserve warned a vote to leave could hammer world markets.

PKK apologises for killing children in Turkey car bombing

PKK apologises for killing children in Turkey car bombing

Kurdish PKK rebels while claiming responsibility Saturday for a car bombing in southeast Turkey this week apologised for having killed civilians and especially three children in the attack.

Philippine School Doha marks its 23 years in style

Philippine School Doha marks its 23 years in style

A sparkling wave of cheers and a hall full of young enthusiasm; it was an atmosphere befitting the anniversary celebrations...

Cilic retains Kremlin title

Cilic retains Kremlin title

Defending champion and top seed Marin Cilic retained his Kremlin Cup title yesterday with a straight-sets win over second seeded Spaniard...

Should I learn how to do CPR?

Should I learn how to do CPR?

Locking lips with a stranger at death’s door may not be on your to-do list. But new research in the Journal of the American Medicinal Association...

 Opec output hits three-year high in June on Saudi, Iraq

Opec output hits three-year high in June on Saudi, Iraq

Opec oil supply in June has climbed to a three-year high due to record or near-record output from Iraq and Saudi Arabia, a Reuters survey found, underlining the focus...

Qatar cuts 2015 growth forecast to 7.3%

Qatar cuts 2015 growth forecast to 7.3%

Qatar could still post fiscal surplus of 1.4% of GDP in 2015 but show up deficit of 4.9% in 2016 and 3.7% in 2017, the Ministry of Development Planning and Statistics said.

Mourinho dismisses ‘boring Chelsea’ jibe

Mourinho dismisses ‘boring Chelsea’ jibe

Jose Mourinho has launched a fierce defence of his Chelsea side and rejected any suggestion the champions-elect of England are boring to watch.

Chile volcano ash cloud reaches Brazil, flights cancelled

Chile volcano ash cloud reaches Brazil, flights cancelled

Ash from the Chilean volcano Calbuco, which erupted without warning this week, reached as far as southern Brazil ...

‘Key role for oral history’  in Qatar National Museum

‘Key role for oral history’ in Qatar National Museum

Oral history is going to play a very important role in the under-construction National Museum of Qatar (NMoQ)...

Qatar shares extend gains, eye 13,800 level

Qatar shares extend gains, eye 13,800 level

Foreign institutions’ buying helps the QSE gain for the second straight session.

PM unveils tougher security measures

PM unveils tougher security measures

Prime Minister David Cameron has announced tougher measures against Britons planning to fight in Iraq and Syria, and battle-hardened ...