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Malawi police use tear gas as opposition protests grow

Malawi police use tear gas as opposition protests grow

Armed police used tear gas on Thursday to disperse demonstrators demanding the resignation of Malawi's president after an election they say was rigged, escalating the state's response to protests ...

Kahramaa aims to lower per capita power, water use by 8% and 15% by 2022: OBG

Kahramaa aims to lower per capita power, water use by 8% and 15% by 2022: OBG

Kahramaa aims to reduce per capita consumption of electricity and water by 8% and 15%, respectively as part of the second phase of ‘Tarsheed’ programme ...

Demand mounts for release of UK man held in UAE

Demand mounts for release of UK man held in UAE

Friends of a British football fan who has been arrested and detained in the United Arab Emirates for wearing a Qatar shirt to an Asian Cup match have called on the UAE government to allow him to return home safely to the UK.

Education Ministry invites students to use mobile app

Education Ministry invites students to use mobile app

The Ministry of Education and Higher Education invited students, parents and all relevant educational entities to use its mobile application to learn about the many services that it offers ...

Arabtec to use $272mn reserves to wipe out losses

Arabtec to use $272mn reserves to wipe out losses

A meeting of shareholders in Dubai-listed construction firm Arabtec Holding has approved a plan to use 1bn dirhams

Police use water cannon at protest against austerity

Police use water cannon at protest against austerity

Belgian police used water cannon during clashes with protesters at a huge demonstration in Brussels

Greece slams use of tear gas and rubber bullets on migrants

Greece slams use of tear gas and rubber bullets on migrants

Dozens of migrants and refugees were wounded yesterday when Macedonian police fired tear gas