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Venezuela assembly takes over legislative powers

Venezuela assembly takes over legislative powers

Venezuela’s new legislative superbody has given itself the power to pass laws, superseding the opposition-led congress and fuelling criticism by government adversaries that socialist President Nicolas Maduro is consolidating a dictatorship.

Lacazette, Morata in unexpected showdown

Lacazette, Morata in unexpected showdown

With Lacazettte initially set to move to Atletico Madrid and Morate to Man United, the duo will be playing for different teams that they would have expected to be in

Nepal court demands quick relief for acid attack victims

Nepal court demands quick relief for acid attack victims

In early 2015, 16-year-old Sangita Magar was in a tuition centre in the Nepali capital Kathmandu when a young man burst into the room and flung acid at her, injuring Magar and her friend.

QDB wins ‘Best SME Loan’ award from World Union of Arab Bankers

QDB wins ‘Best SME Loan’ award from World Union of Arab Bankers

Qatar Development Bank (QDB) has won the ‘Best SME Loan’ award during the Arab Banks Awards and Commendations of Excellence 2017 in recognition of its “leading position” in creating a series of direct and indirect financial assistance programmes for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).

Erdogan makes final push before vote on presidential powers

Erdogan makes final push before vote on presidential powers

President Tayyip Erdogan appealed for support from Turkish voters in final campaign rallies on Saturday, the eve of a referendum which could tighten his grip over a country bridging the European Union ...

Female Saudi horse trainer sees signs of hope

Female Saudi horse trainer sees signs of hope

Dana al-Gosaibi’s passion for horses has been hard to pursue in Saudi Arabia.

Palace says Filipinos do not need De Lima’s voice

Palace says Filipinos do not need De Lima’s voice

Malacanang has downplayed the statement of detained Senator Leila de Lima who urged Filipinos to keep the spirit of the Edsa People Power Revolt “alive” amid what she called efforts of a few to weaken it.

Zampa spins Aussies to win to avoid Sri Lankan sweep

Zampa spins Aussies to win to avoid Sri Lankan sweep

Leg-spinner Adam Zampa claimed three wickets to bowl Australia to victory and avoid a Twenty20 series wipeout against Sri Lanka in Adelaide yesterday.

Mountaser Laffan, Deenara Al Waab are champions

Mountaser Laffan, Deenara Al Waab are champions

For the second straight show Mountaser Laffan was adjudged as the Stallions Champion, while Deenara Al Waab emerged as the Mares Champion on the second and final day of the 7th Qatar International Arabian Peninsula Horse Show at the indoor arena of Al Shaqab on Saturday.

Aramco tax will be cut to lure investors to IPO: CEO

Aramco tax will be cut to lure investors to IPO: CEO

Saudi Arabia has promised it will reduce the overall tax rate paid by its national oil company to make its 2018 initial public offering – potentially one of the largest in history – more appealing to investors.

Iran to buy 130 tonnes of uranium: official

Iran to buy 130 tonnes of uranium: official

Iran has received authorisation from world powers to import 130 tonnes of natural uranium, Iran's Atomic Energy Organisation spokesman Behrouz Kamalvandi said Thursday.

Trump must build trust to make America great again

Trump must build trust to make America great again

Who is afraid of Trump? Everybody, almost. The hostile takeover of the White House by “protectionist” Donald Trump on January 20 is sending shockwaves across the financial world.