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Musharraf’s lawyers urge suspension of trial

Musharraf’s lawyers urge suspension of trial

Lawyers for former Pakistan president Pervez Musharraf called yesterday for his treason trial to be suspended .

Protest over electricity price hike

Protest over electricity price hike

Demonstrators hold candles during a protest against the government’s decision to raise electricity prices in Yangon yesterday....

Pop star’s new role

Pop star’s new role

Lebanese pop star Haifa Wehbe attends a joint press conference with Telecommunications Minister Nicolas Sahnawi ...

Schools and hospitals shut in many parts of AP

Schools and hospitals shut in many parts of AP

Blackouts hit emergency services and industry in parts of Andhra Pradesh yesterday, the third day of a strike by public workers protesting against a government ...

Bitter-sweet victory for South Africa

Bitter-sweet victory for South Africa

South Africa achieved a bitter-sweet 28-8 Rugby Championship victory over Australia yesterday at Newlands in Cape Town.

Kings agree to $62mn deal with Cousins

Kings agree to $62mn deal with Cousins

The Sacramento Kings agreed to a four-year, $62 million contract extension with center DeMarcus Cousins, multiple media outlets reported on Friday.

Egypt campaign against Gaza tunnels ‘escalates’

Egypt campaign against Gaza tunnels ‘escalates’

Egyptian troops have stepped up their crackdown on the smuggling tunnels linking Egypt to the Gaza Strip, Hamas sources said yesterday.

TAMUQ sets up sixth honour society

TAMUQ sets up sixth honour society

Texas A&M University at Qatar (TAMUQ) recently hosted its initiation of the engineering university’s sixth honour society, Phi Kappa Phi.

House prices rise in April: Halifax

House prices rise in April: Halifax

House prices continued their upward trajectory in April, partly driven by a big drop in the level of new borrower’s mortgage payments