Joachim Loew has told his Germany side to prove themselves in today’s friendly against France as the defending champions’ sharpen their preparations for next year’s World Cup.
US President Donald Trump swore in his new chief of staff John Kelly, a retired Marine Corps general who he praised for averting controversy during his tenure overseeing border security issues at the Department of Homeland Security.
European Union leaders are willing to change the bloc’s rules for the freedom of movement of workers, opening an opportunity for Britain to avoid a damaging “hard Brexit”, former prime minister Tony Blair said yesterday.
The State of Qatar affirmed that its constitution guarantees non-discrimination against persons with disabilities, acknowledges that the principle of equality is one of the fundamental pillars of the Qatari society.
A Thai military tribunal yesterday indicted eight people with sedition for running a Facebook page that mocked the kingdom’s junta chief, making them the latest victims of the regime’s crackdown on dissent.
US stocks fell for a second week, joining a selloff in global equities as traders worldwide fled exchange-traded funds linked to the asset class.
Ooredoo has been announced as the title sponsor of the fifth Arab Future Cities Summit 2016, organised by Expotrade Middle East.
Beleaguered South African President Jacob Zuma faced a no-confidence vote in parliament for a second time in less than a year and a legal bid to reinstate corruption charges against him.