Filipina woman raped by fake detective

KUWAIT: A Filipina woman was raped after being tricked into getting into a car, believing that the man who told her to get into

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Distinguishing by tattoos

Some people get tattoos of shapes and drawings on their bodies to become a fixed mark on them and distinguish them from others. The

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Qatar drops death for Filipino ‘Spy’

DOHA: A death sentence handed to a Filipino in Qatar for spying was reduced on appeal by a Doha court yesterday to life imprisonment.

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IS claims Libya suicide attack

TRIPOLI: The Islamic State group yesterday declared “war” on the powerful Fajr Libya militia alliance that controls Tripoli and claimed a suicide bombing that

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Barcelona win 27th Copa del Rey

BARCELONA: A Lionel Messi-inspired Barcelona sealed a league and Cup double as they swept aside Athletic Bilbao 3-1 to win the Copa del Rey

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UN envoy decries Syria raids as dozens killed – ‘Use of barrel bombs must stop’

People inspect the damage in the Maysalun clinic where a fire broke out after a fuel tank exploded yesterday in the northeastern city of

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Boko Haram raids two Nigeria towns

People inspect houses damaged in Saturday’s rocket propelled grenades by Islamic extremist in Maiduguri, Nigeria KANO: Boko Haram Islamists raided two towns in northeastern

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Nepal schools reopen after devastating earthquake – Teachers to help children overcome trauma

KATHMANDU: Thousands of children, many still traumatised from losing homes and loved ones, returned to class yesterday as Nepal’s schools formally reopened following a

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Giant cross rises in Pakistan, home to Christian minority

A Pakistani Christian woman prays during service at St. John’s Catholic Church which was attacked by the Taliban last March KARACHI: Now towering over

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Rain of little relief to India, heat toll nears 2,200

HYDERABAD: Despite hopes that weekend thundershowers would help end a raging heat wave in southern India, the rain brought only limited relief as the

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