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British surgeon sentenced for carving initials on patients' livers

British surgeon sentenced for carving initials on patients' livers

Simon Bramhall, 53, pleaded guilty to two assault charges but denied more serious charges of causing "actual bodily harm" at Birmingham Crown Court last month.

Trump has China-owned Volvo to thank for lone new US car plant

Trump has China-owned Volvo to thank for lone new US car plant

After all of President Donald Trump’s bluster about building more cars in the US, the one new plant he can count on will come from a once American-owned Swedish brand flourishing under a Chinese parent.

Mars lander starts its descent

Mars lander starts its descent

A Mars lander left its mothership yesterday after a seven-month journey from Earth and headed towards the red planet’s surface to test technologies for Europe’s planned first Mars rover, which will search for signs of past and present life.

ECB set to test attraction of banks to take its money

ECB set to test attraction of banks to take its money

The European Central Bank is about to find out how attractive its offer to pay lenders to lend really is.

FIA vice-president at WTCC’s round in Morocco

FIA vice-president at WTCC’s round in Morocco

FIA vice president Nasser Khalifa al-Attiyah (left) with representative of Ministry of Youth & Sport and Marrakech Crown Al Sayed Al Arabi Hassan during the fourth round of the 2016 World Touring Car Championship, hosted by Circuit International Automobile Moulay El Hassan in Marrakech from May 6-8.

Google faces EU case over image search

Google faces EU case over image search

US photo agency Getty Images filed a complaint yesterday with the European Commission accusing Google’s web search of hurting its business, opening a new front in the Internet giant’s anti-competition fight with Brussels.

Foggy Thursday and Friday, Met warns of low visibility

Foggy Thursday and Friday, Met warns of low visibility

The Qatar Met department has warned of a drop in visibility due to foggy conditions in the early hours of Thursday and Friday, followed by a gradual rise in temperatures over the next few days.

Gold’s monkey magic seen fading this year after gains

Gold’s monkey magic seen fading this year after gains

The world’s best-performing commodity this year may be about to lose its monkey magic. Gold, after posting its biggest rally to start a year since 1980,....