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Understanding mothers

Understanding mothers

Mother’s Day is an opportune time to delve into what makes motherhood a journey beyond giving birth that requires understanding, love, and compassion from immediate family — and if need be, mental health outreach,

Greece hands torch to Pyoengchang

Greece hands torch to Pyoengchang

The Olympic torch was formally handed over from Greece to Pyeongchang 2018 Olympic Winter Games organisers yesterday in a simple ceremony.

58 people presumed dead in tower blaze: police chief

58 people presumed dead in tower blaze: police chief

A total of 58 people are presumed dead after the devastating fire in a London tower block, police chief Stuart Cundy told reporters yesterday.

'Inciting unrest': India bans Kashmir newspaper

'Inciting unrest': India bans Kashmir newspaper

Authorities in Indian Kashmir have banned a local newspaper they said was inciting violence in the Himalayan region, which has been roiled by deadly violence in recent months.

Barrel bomb attack kills 11 children in Aleppo

Barrel bomb attack kills 11 children in Aleppo

Eleven children were killed on Thursday in a barrel bomb attack carried out by government forces on a rebel-held neighbourhood of Syria's Aleppo city, a monitor said.

Time is now for weary Messi and Argentina

Time is now for weary Messi and Argentina

Lionel Messi must shrug off the gruelling demands of a globe-trotting schedule if he is to fulfil his dream of leading Argentina to a first major tournament victory in 23 years at the Copa America Centenario.

LG hails 30-year partnership with Video Home and Jumbo

LG hails 30-year partnership with Video Home and Jumbo

LG Electronics has recognised its 30-year partnership in Qatar with Video Home and Jumbo Electronics.

Big European clubs support Infantino for FIFA presidency

Big European clubs support Infantino for FIFA presidency

Europe’s biggest soccer clubs have backed UEFA interim chief Gianni Infantino’s FIFA presidential campaign having worked closely with the Swiss through their umbrella European Club Association (ECA) group.

HK bookseller’s disappearance sparks protests at Beijing office

HK bookseller’s disappearance sparks protests at Beijing office

Hong Kong opposition lawmakers protested yesterday outside Beijing’s representative office in the Chinese-ruled city over the disappearance of a bookseller who specialises in publications critical of the Communist Party government.

Four Qatari feature films at development stage: DFI CEO

Four Qatari feature films at development stage: DFI CEO

Doha Film Institute (DFI) is working on the development stages of four feature films with the Qatari Film Fund ...

Terrorism costs Pakistan $5bn in lost investment

Terrorism costs Pakistan $5bn in lost investment

Terror attacks have cost the economy of Pakistan as much as $5bn a year in lost investment, the finance secretary has said.

Male clears foreign ownership of land

Male clears foreign ownership of land

The Maldives ratified legislation yesterday to allow foreigners with investment of more than $1bn to own land despite opposition concern the reform could be used for military ...