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Al Mourtazez, Djainka Des Forges strong contenders for HH The Emir’s Sword

Al Mourtazez, Djainka Des Forges strong contenders for HH The Emir’s Sword

The glamorous HH The Emir’s 24th International Equestrian Sword Festival will be the focus of attention of all racing enthusiasts.

Maersk ‘committed to providing best opportunities’ for Qataris

Maersk ‘committed to providing best opportunities’ for Qataris

Maersk Oil Qatar (MOQ) has held its annual Qatarisation awards ceremony to recognise the people and initiatives that have supported the company’s...

UN warns Yemen faces rising sectarian tension

UN warns Yemen faces rising sectarian tension

The UN envoy to Yemen yesterday urged political rivals there to form a new government within days to head off rising “sectarian tensions” in the violence-hit country.

Iraq attacks kill 15 in run-up to polls

Iraq attacks kill 15 in run-up to polls

Attacks in Iraq killed 15 people yesterday in the run-up to next week’s first parliamentary election since US troops withdrew, with violence at its worst in years.

Islamists call strike over war crimes trial

Islamists call strike over war crimes trial

Bangladesh’s largest Islamist party, demanding the release of its leaders who face charges of war crimes, yesterday called a nationwide dawn-to-dusk strike today.

Horse meat discovery in Tesco burgers angers PM

Horse meat discovery in Tesco burgers angers PM

Horse meat found in beef burgers sold by Tesco was condemned by the Prime Minister yesterday and was likely to prove both embarrassing and costly for the firm.