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Planes collide on Indonesian runway, no casualties

Planes collide on Indonesian runway, no casualties

Two passenger planes collided at an airport in the Indonesian city of Medan on Thursday, an airline spokesman said, the latest incident to hit the country's beleaguered aviation sector.

Fresh cyberattack likely 'more sophisticated' than WannaCry

Fresh cyberattack likely 'more sophisticated' than WannaCry

The wave of cyberattacks hitting Europe and North America is similar to last month's WannaCry ransomware havoc, but appears potentially ‘more sophisticated,’ the European police agency said Wednesday.

Man dies after explosives he was carrying go off

Man dies after explosives he was carrying go off

A man, 30, was killed yesterday when the explosives he was carrying went off in Nepal’s western Kailali district, on the eve of the second phase of local polls.

Safari announces contest winners

Safari announces contest winners

Safari Group of Companies chief co-ordinator Shaheen Backer and operation manager Shahid Khan hand over the keys of three Toyota Camry Cars to the winners of the first lucky draw of ‘Safari Win 20 Toyota Camry Cars Promotion’ at Safari Mall Abu-Hamour.

England fans ‘ecstatic’ with win

England fans ‘ecstatic’ with win

England supporters celebrated wildly yesterday after the Young Lions beat Venezuela to win the Under-20 World Cup in South Korea, ending England’s decades-long wait for a global title.

Bond investors brace for hawkish RBI after surprise move

Bond investors brace for hawkish RBI after surprise move

The Reserve Bank of India’s (RBI) surprise move to raise the interest rate it uses to drain excess funds from lenders is being seen as a sign of things to come.

Libyan official arrives

Libyan official arrives

President of the Libyan State Supreme Council Dr Abdulrahman al-Sawihli arrived yesterday in Doha on an official visit. He received at the airport by Libya’s ambassador Abdulmonsif al-Bori.

Nigerians take to streets to protest economic policy

Nigerians take to streets to protest economic policy

Hundreds of Nigerians took to the streets in Lagos on Monday to protest against the government's handling of the country's economic crisis and demand solutions to a crippling recession.

Trump looks to steady ship after fraught start

Trump looks to steady ship after fraught start

President Donald Trump gets down to work on Monday, signing a slew of executive orders to start rolling out his policy agenda after a tumultuous first few days put his administration on the back foot.

Japan threatening to take India to WTO over steel

Japan threatening to take India to WTO over steel

Japan is threatening to take India to the WTO over restrictions that nearly halved its steel exports to the South Asian nation over the past year, a step that could trigger more trade spats as global tensions over steel and other commodities run high.

Ooredoo launches new OSN packages

Ooredoo launches new OSN packages

Ooredoo has launched a new portfolio of OSN packages for its Ooredoo tv and Mozaic TV customers.

Putin lashes Turkey, says Russian sanctions to remain

Putin lashes Turkey, says Russian sanctions to remain

Vladimir Putin subjected Turkey to a furious tirade, using barrack-room language to wonder aloud whether it had shot down a Russian warplane last month to curry favour with the US.