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All Blacks have no weaknesses, says Bok coach

All Blacks have no weaknesses, says Bok coach

South Africa coach Allister Coetzee admits New Zealand appear to have no weaknesses as he tries to end a recurring personal Rugby Championship nightmare against them.

Dortmund out to ruin Ronaldo milestone TODAY

Dortmund out to ruin Ronaldo milestone TODAY

Borussia Dortmund will aim to maintain their unbeaten record at home to Real Madrid in the Champions League today and spoil Cristiano Ronaldo’s 150th European appearance.

FM stresses need to punish guilty of war crimes in Syria

FM stresses need to punish guilty of war crimes in Syria

HE the Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohamed bin Abdulrahman al-Thani said that any transition or solution in Syria, without punishing those involved in war crimes, will not lead to an effective and sustainable outcome.

Trump’s presidency entering a new phase?

Trump’s presidency entering a new phase?

Speculation about the possibility of a “new Trump” peaked in early September, when the president suddenly cut a deal with Democratic congressional leaders

After avoiding disaster, Froome ready to tackle Alps

After avoiding disaster, Froome ready to tackle Alps

After narrowly averting disaster in the Massif Central, Chris Froome believes he is ready for the final stretch of the Tour de France with a handful of rivals breathing down his neck.

China’s FX reserves rise to 8-month high in June

China’s FX reserves rise to 8-month high in June

China’s foreign exchange reserves edged up in June for a fifth consecutive month, in line with market expectations, as capital outflows eased in the face of tighter regulations and the dollar’s rally paused.

Bank of Japan can ‘always’ top up stimulus as needed: Kuroda

Bank of Japan can ‘always’ top up stimulus as needed: Kuroda

Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said he was “quite sure” the central bank could smoothly exit from its massive monetary stimulus when the appropriate time to do so came. But he also said the BoJ “always” had room to expand monetary stimulus to achieve its 2% inflation target, indicating that

BoJ chief voices confidence in hitting inflation target

BoJ chief voices confidence in hitting inflation target

Bank of Japan governor Haruhiko Kuroda yesterday voiced confidence that the country’s inflation rate will accelerate towards his 2% target as robust economic growth pushes up wages and helps heighten inflation expectations.

Environment minister ousted over anti-mining campaign

Environment minister ousted over anti-mining campaign

Philippine lawmakers ended a 10-month crusade by Environment Secretary Regina Lopez yesterday, forcing out the eco-warrior whose mining crackdown was backed by the president but led to demands for her removal by miners.

New fish market opens in Umm Slal

New fish market opens in Umm Slal

New fish market opened at the northern Doha suburb of Umm Slal. The new facility has replaced the fish market in Doha's Abu Hamour ...

Ahli aiming for a win against Rayyan

Ahli aiming for a win against Rayyan

Al Ahli’s first team manager Fahad Ali has confirmed that the club has found an able replacement for departing striker Firmin Mubele in former player Mojtaba Jabbari.

Doctors reject Kenya govt offer of 40% pay hike

Doctors reject Kenya govt offer of 40% pay hike

Kenyan doctors have rejected the government’s offer of a 40% pay rise in the latest bid to end a month-long strike that has crippled public hospitals across the country.