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Michael Jansen: Peace is far away
While Syrian government and opposition representatives meet with UN mediator Staffan de Mistura in Geneva, Syrian combatants and civilians continue to die in the war the negotiations are meant to end. On Friday a Daesh suicide bomber slew 42 Turkish-backed Syrian fighters near al-Bab, the day after Ankara had claimed the capture of the strategic northern town. Saturday’s twin suicide bombings on security offices in Homs killed at
Hamish McRae: Impact of politics on economy
How much do politics really matter for financial markets? That might seem an odd question, for a number of reasons. We have just had an extraordinary three months for financial markets, with the Trump rally pushing US share prices up by nearly 20 per cent since the election. Next Tuesday the President addresses the two houses of Congress, when he is expected to give details of his tax plans, and which may or may not sustain the
Rosie Millard: Don’t turn the Oscars into a political circus
Let’s pray it’s just about the frocks. Because we love the Oscars for the frocks, don’t we? From Gwyneth’s diaphanous t-shirt to Bjork’s swan via Cher’s spider web. And that’s just a sample of past triumphs. I hope it will be light and frothy and frocky but I have a nasty feeling it won’t be, because, when a billion people are watching, and the wrong person is centre stage at the White House, it sometimes occurs to fancy
V Nagarajan: It is better to form a partnership firm for realty business in India
A few developers are offering low lending rates for home loans at 3.99 per cent for investing in apartments in their projects. How could it be possible when the lowest lending rate offered by Bank of Baroda is 8.35 per cent ? Is it reliable and safe to invest in such projects? Please advice. Purandar Shetty, Sharjah As the real estate market has been remaining stagnant for the past three years, developers are innovating ways and
Sharjah Police arrest driver performing chancy stunts on a lark
SHARJAH: Sharjah Police arrested a young reckless motorist, following ..
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VP tours food and hospitality trade show
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Dubai students can request for rainy day offs
DUBAI: Dubai, known for its innovative ideas and out of the box thinki..
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'It must be love:' wife-beating a source of pride for some in Mauritania
NOUAKCHOTT: Salimata was always told she should be proud to come from ..
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8-year-old Obaida killer must be executed: High Court
DUBAI: A man who kidnapped an eight-year-old compatriot boy (Obaida Al..
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ERC provides urgent aid to residents of Yakhtal after its liberation
AL MOKHA: Emirates Red Crescent, ERC, team in Yemen have offered urgen..
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Dubai Municipality teams drain out rainwater in record time
DUBAI: Dubai Municipality deployed 5,000 workers, 48 tanks and 95 suct..
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'Moonlight' takes best picture Oscar after stunning mix-up
HOLLYWOOD: Coming-of-age drama "Moonlight" won the best picture Oscar ..
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Nokia relaunches iconic 3310 mobile model
BARCELONA: Finnish brand Nokia, a former mobile star, on Sunday launch..
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Over 57,000 federal employees update their payroll system data
ABU DHABI: A total of 57,915 federal government employees currently ha..
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