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Qalco cricket tournament from today

Qalco cricket tournament from today

The Qalco day/night cricket tournament will commence from today at the Lusail QCA Cricket Complex.

50% of Filipinos consider themselves poor: survey

50% of Filipinos consider themselves poor: survey

Half of Filipinos, or 50%, consider themselves poor, according to results of a new Social Weather Stations survey.

Trump reassures supporters in fiery campaign-style speech

Trump reassures supporters in fiery campaign-style speech

President Donald Trump turned back the clock on Saturday with a bold and aggressive Florida speech straight out of his 2016 campaign playbook, enthralling fans while insisting all is well in the White House despite weeks of turbulence.

UN warns west Mosul civilians at 'extreme risk'

UN warns west Mosul civilians at 'extreme risk'

The estimated 750,000 people living in jihadist-controlled west Mosul are in grave danger, the United Nations warned on Tuesday, 100 days into a massive Iraqi operation to retake the city.

Hosts Gabon exit Cup of Nations

Hosts Gabon exit Cup of Nations

There was agony for Gabon on Sunday as the Africa Cup of Nations hosts were condemned to a group-stage exit following a goalless draw with Cameroon in Libreville.

A new shelter for Karachi’s troubled animals

A new shelter for Karachi’s troubled animals

After changing four shelters since July, 2013, the Ayesha Chundrigar Foundation (ACF) continues to raise the dampened spirits and change the fates of the troubled animals of Karachi with the launch of their new animal shelter in Malir Cantt on Saturday.

Syrian rebels pledge to keep fighting if talks fail

Syrian rebels pledge to keep fighting if talks fail

Syrian rebels vowed yesterday to keep fighting if peace negotiations with the government of President Bashar al-Assad fail, as the first day of talks in the Kazakh capital Astana ended with no apparent breakthrough.

Qatar plays key role to promote peace: Dy PM

Qatar plays key role to promote peace: Dy PM

HE the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of State for Cabinet Affairs Ahmed bin Abdullah bin Zaid al-Mahmoud said Qatar is playing a pivotal role to promote peace and stability in the world ...

Lions can roar against All Blacks, says Jones

Lions can roar against All Blacks, says Jones

Warren Gatland can guide the British and Irish Lions to a sensational series win over world champions New Zealand next year, England coach Eddie Jones claimed yesterday.

Palace and parade for Leicester on Thailand tour

Palace and parade for Leicester on Thailand tour

Newly crowned English Premier League champions Leicester City received a royal seal of approval yesterday at Bangkok’s Grand Palace, with the Thai-owned team presenting its trophy to a portrait of the king before a bus parade through the capital.

Vietnam GDP growth quickens on investment, manufacturing

Vietnam GDP growth quickens on investment, manufacturing

Vietnam’s economic growth quickened in the fourth quarter helped by rising industrial output and record- high foreign investment.

 Wales braced for ‘massive blow’: Gatland

Wales braced for ‘massive blow’: Gatland

Warren Gatland admitted on Saturday that it would be a “massive blow” for Wales to lose Leigh Halfpenny and Rhys Webb on the eve of the World Cup.