A Dutchman, just months shy of his 70th birthday, has launched a legal bid to slash 20 years off his age as he looks to enhance his prospects at work and in love.
Live weapon firing was conducted by the Pakistan Navy’s newly-commissioned Fast Attack Craft (Missile), PNS Himmat, in the North Arabian Sea, according to a press release issued by the Director General Public Relations (Navy) in Islamabad.
Borussia Dortmund sacked Peter Bosz as head coach yesterday and replaced him with Austrian Peter Stoeger, who was only fired by Bundesliga bottom side Cologne last weekend.
Libya, which has been stepping up efforts to boost oil output, is now in a position to help curb a global crude glut with its plan to maintain production at current levels until the end of next year.
Southern Kerala was lashed by heavy rain and strong winds yesterday leaving trees uprooted at several places in Thiruvananthapuram and Kollam districts and bringing traffic chaos.
The Spanish government yesterday asked the country’s top court to nullify a vote in the Catalan parliament over a disputed independence referendum bill.
Disgruntled investors have filed 51 lawsuits against European Union regulators for shutting Spain’s Banco Popular, marking one of the largest legal challenges yet to the EU and a fresh attack on the bloc’s rules on bank rescues.
Celtic qualified for the lucrative Champions League group stage yesterday despite losing 4-3 to Astana in the second leg of their play-off in Kazakhstan.