Gulf Times - September-11-attack
UAE’s malicious role in 9/11 attacks needs scrutiny

UAE’s malicious role in 9/11 attacks needs scrutiny

As the world still mourns the fateful death of thousands of innocent people in the attacks on Twin Towers of the World Trade Center in New York City on September 11, 2001, a major complicit in the terrorist attacks is still somehow playing smart and on the loose.

NY attacker linked to IS 'radicalised domestically'

NY attacker linked to IS 'radicalised domestically'

The driver, who moved to America in 2010, mowed down pedestrians and cyclists over a mile-long stretch of a bike path on Lower's Manhattan's West Side, as children and their parents prepared to celebrate Halloween.

Patients, doctors connect on Meddy

Patients, doctors connect on Meddy

“If you been unsure about which doctor to go to for a particular problem, look no further,” say Haris Aghadi and Abdulla al-Khenji, graduates of Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar (CMU-Q).

Kerry calls for ending wars in Syria, Yemen

Kerry calls for ending wars in Syria, Yemen

US Secretary of State John Kerry called yesterday for all efforts to be applied to maintain the cessation of hostilities in Syria and build momentum for peace talks.

Germany, Greece blast Balkans migrant route closure

Germany, Greece blast Balkans migrant route closure

The German and Greek leaders blasted Balkan countries for shutting their borders to migrants ahead of an EU ministers meeting Thursday, with Greek Premier Alexis Tsipras warning ...

Irish firm awarded Saudi's first privately run air terminal

Irish firm awarded Saudi's first privately run air terminal

A subsidiary of state-owned Irish airport operator daa has won the bid to operate Saudi Arabia's first privately run terminal, official media in the kingdom and the company said Monday.

 MLB hopeful Oh Seung-Hwan faces gambling charges

MLB hopeful Oh Seung-Hwan faces gambling charges

A star South Korean pitcher looking to sign a US major league baseball contract has been dragged into a widening probe into illegal gambling overseas, his lawyer said yesterday.