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Is our economic future behind us?

Is our economic future behind us?

With the global economy yet to recover from the 2008 economic crisis, concern about the future – especially of the advanced economies – is intensifying.

The nuclear button American presidents can push at will

The nuclear button American presidents can push at will

As President Barack Obama counts down his last months in office, he has returned to one of his earliest and most ambitious promises, one he fully articulated in Prague in 2009: “I state clearly and with conviction America’s commitment to seek the peace and security of a world without nuclear weapons

Norway’s Pettersen wins 15th career title

Norway’s Pettersen wins 15th career title

Norway’s Suzann Pettersen claimed her 15th career LPGA title with a one-stroke victory Sunday in the Manulife Classic, the final tune-up before the second major championship of the season.

PM to inaugurate Police College today

PM to inaugurate Police College today

HE the Prime Minister and Interior Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa al-Thani will formally inaugurate the Police College today.

Jordan warns of review of peace deal with Israel

Jordan warns of review of peace deal with Israel

Jordan warned yesterday that it might review a 1994 peace treaty with Israel after Israeli MPs began a debate on allowing

Police officer campaigns against a social evil

Police officer campaigns against a social evil

Determined to end a social evil that still haunts rural and backward areas of Assam, a police officer’s initiative and perseverance have ...

Europe stocks waver on China worries

Europe stocks waver on China worries

Europe’s main stock markets wavered yesterday following a slump for share prices across Asia after poorly-received Chinese data and on the outlook for US stimulus.

Cosplayers keep visitors entertained

Cosplayers keep visitors entertained

The event highlighted the Ajyal Youth Film Festival’s Family Weekend activities...