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Trump: Immigration deal ‘probably dead’

Trump: Immigration deal ‘probably dead’

US President Donald Trump yesterday appeared to give up for dead a bipartisan deal on immigration, blaming Democrats as the aftershocks of his vulgar disparagement of African countries and Haiti rumbled Washington’s political battlegrounds.

Zidane and Real Madrid under fire after defeat

Zidane and Real Madrid under fire after defeat

The Spanish press did not hold back in their criticism of a “shattered” Real Madrid, a team “in crisis” after their 1-0 home defeat at the hands of Villarreal in La Liga.

Cuban investigators say US sonic attack allegations 'science fiction'

Cuban investigators say US sonic attack allegations 'science fiction'

Cuban officials investigating US complaints of attacks that sickened American diplomats in Havana said talk of acoustic strikes was "science fiction" and accused Washington of "slander" while it refused to cooperate fully with Cuba's enquiry.

Freefalling Tomic’s slump deepens in Monte Carlo

Freefalling Tomic’s slump deepens in Monte Carlo

Bernard Tomic’s slump in form continued on Monday at the Monte Carlo Masters as the Australian lost a sixth straight match to exit the first major event of the clay season.

Tube officers threaten strike over new shifts

Tube officers threaten strike over new shifts

Police community support officers on the Tube have threatened strike action over a new 1am finishing time.

HMC physiotherapists attend  workshop on ‘dry needling’

HMC physiotherapists attend workshop on ‘dry needling’

Rumailah Hospital’s Physiotherapy Department recently organised a ‘Dry Needling Workshop’ for clinical physiotherapists to master dry needling in addition to existing manual physical therapy interventions for the treatment of myofascial pain.

Bangladesh arrests another plotter behind cafe attack

Bangladesh arrests another plotter behind cafe attack

Bangladesh police yesterday said they have arrested an Islamist extremist accused of being one of the “masterminds” of last year’s deadly siege at a Dhaka cafe where 22 hostages were killed.

Humanitarian system is in deep crisis

Humanitarian system is in deep crisis

Long before the November 2016 US elections, there were clear signals that multilateralism was in crisis. In fact, Donald Trump’s election is just the continuation of a downward spiral that has been under way for some time.

National Day parade: Buses to ferry visitors

National Day parade: Buses to ferry visitors

People going to Doha Corniche on December 18 for watching the Qatar National Day parade and other activities will be transported to the venue in buses from select points, it was announced.

Israeli woman allegedly raped in Indian resort town

Israeli woman allegedly raped in Indian resort town

A 25-year-old Israeli woman has allegedly been raped by two men in the popular northern Indian Himalayan resort town of Manali, senior local police officers said on Monday.

Ten killed in Boko Haram suicide bombing in Cameroon

Ten killed in Boko Haram suicide bombing in Cameroon

A suicide bombing by a Boko Haram militant has killed at least 10 people in northern Cameroon, a security source said Thursday.

Internet scam believed to be victimising male expatriates

Internet scam believed to be victimising male expatriates

The Philippine embassy in Doha has warned the public of another Internet scam believed to be victimising mostly male expatriates. In a circular posted online, ...