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Cricket enters new era with four-day Test

Cricket enters new era with four-day Test

Cricket will venture into new territory when South Africa tackle Zimbabwe in the first official four-day Test match to be played at St George’s Park in Port Elizabeth starting Tuesday.

QU Health in pact with Al Ahli Hospital

QU Health in pact with Al Ahli Hospital

Qatar University (QU) Health and Al Ahli Hospital have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to collaborate in the field of education, research and clinical training.

Worst-performing currency in Asia is back in favour

Worst-performing currency in Asia is back in favour

Asia’s worst-performing currency is starting to come back into favour.

Hazard fires Chelsea title charge, Spurs still in hunt

Hazard fires Chelsea title charge, Spurs still in hunt

Eden Hazard fired Premier League leaders Chelsea to a crucial 2-1 win over Manchester City, but Tottenham are hot on their heels after a sensational fightback in their 3-1 victory at Swansea on Wednesday night.

The mispriced risk of infectious diseases

The mispriced risk of infectious diseases

Global business leaders and investors are largely transfixed by two kinds of risk:

Drug war ‘good cover for rogue police’

Drug war ‘good cover for rogue police’

The Commission on Human Rights (CHR) has stressed the need to “revisit” the government’s war on illegal drugs, saying the campaign has provided a good cover for rogue policemen as proven by the kidnapping and killing of a Korean business executive last year.

A big one for Big Brother

A big one for Big Brother

That vial of cesium-135 seized during a nuclear smuggling bust in Moldova in 2015?

Arabi bounce back to beat Khor

Arabi bounce back to beat Khor

Visitors Al Khor grabbed the lead yesterday but home side Al Arabi turned things around in admirable fashion, winning the Qatar Stars League (QSL) clash 2-1 at Grand Hamad Stadium.

IS video shows kidnapped Briton Cantlie alive in Mosul

IS video shows kidnapped Briton Cantlie alive in Mosul

The Islamic State group has released a video showing John Cantlie, a British journalist kidnapped in Syria four years ago, alive in the Iraqi city of Mosul.

MoD accused of ‘mistakes’ in design of Type 45 destroyer

MoD accused of ‘mistakes’ in design of Type 45 destroyer

The Royal Navy will struggle to deal with the threats facing Britain unless the government steps up plans to modernise the country’s fleet, MPs have warned.

Lack of public transport access to Asian embassies

Lack of public transport access to Asian embassies

Low-income expatriates from some Asian countries have stressed the need for better public transport connectivity to areas where their embassies are located.

Mugabe scoffs at ill-health talk

Mugabe scoffs at ill-health talk

Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe yesterday returned home from abroad in a jovial mood, poking fun at the latest online media speculation that he was gravely ill and had sought medical help in Dubai.