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South Korean pop stars set to perform in North Korea

South Korean pop stars set to perform in North Korea

Sunday's event -- which will be the first concert by South Korean artists in the North for more than a decade -- comes as a diplomatic thaw quickens on the peninsula after months of military tensions.

HMC educates families about caring for stroke patients

HMC educates families about caring for stroke patients

A multidisciplinary group of educators from Hamad Medical Corporation’s Home Healthcare Service (HCCS) recently hosted a workshop for family members who care for patients who have experienced a stroke.

EM capital flows ‘rebound’ in first eight months of ’17: QNB

EM capital flows ‘rebound’ in first eight months of ’17: QNB

Emerging market (EM) capital flows have rebounded strongly in the first eight months of 2017 after a long downturn, QNB has said in an economic commentary.

Diana’s death forced British royals to overhaul image

Diana’s death forced British royals to overhaul image

Public anger at the monarchy following the death of Princess Diana marked a turning point for the royal family, forcing a revolution in its communications machine that helped revive the brand.

Record-equalling fourth gold for Biles

Record-equalling fourth gold for Biles

Simone Biles showed off her sassy moves and explosive tumbles on the floor exercise to win a record-equalling fourth gold at the Olympics yesterday.

New York Muslims demand justice in imam murder

New York Muslims demand justice in imam murder

Muslim New Yorkers yesterday demanded stepped-up security and justice, urging police to arrest the killer of an imam and his assistant before hundreds of mourners attended their funeral service.

Brexit discount makes London property cheaper, rents fall

Brexit discount makes London property cheaper, rents fall

Price cuts of nearly 20% and a drop in the value of the pound have created “Brexit discount” bargains on some of the most expensive homes in central London — if you have millions of pounds to spare.

Monsoon deluge in cities causes chaos

Monsoon deluge in cities causes chaos

Persistent heavy rains have caused widespread disruption in India’s major cities and severe floods in the rugged northeast have killed at least 12 people, the federal government said yesterday.

Rudisha struggling for form, gunning for greatness

Rudisha struggling for form, gunning for greatness

David Rudisha tore up the tactical script at the London Olympics to smash the world record in one of the greatest ever 800m runs and emerge as an athletics superstar to rival the sport’s biggest names.

Falcons blow as Tongan skipper has knee op

Falcons blow as Tongan skipper has knee op

Tongan captain Nili Latu is to miss the opening three months of the English Premiership campaign after undergoing knee surgery, it was announced yesterday, dealing a blow to Newcastle Falcons.

Qatar welcomes Sudan’s decision on ceasefire

Qatar welcomes Sudan’s decision on ceasefire

Qatar has welcomed Sudan’s decision on ceasefire in the regions of Blue Nile and South Kordofan.

Al Qaeda leader pledges allegiance to new Taliban leader

Al Qaeda leader pledges allegiance to new Taliban leader

Al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahri, in an online audio message, pledged allegiance to the new head of the Afghan Taliban, who was appointed last month after his predecessor was killed in a US drone strike.