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Americas Trump praises North Korean leader’s decision not to fire...

US President Donald Trump on Wednesday praised North Korean leader Kim Jong Un for a “wise” decision not to fire missiles towards the US territory...

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The hypocritical foreign policies of Saudi Arabia and the UAE unveiled before the whole world when both blockading countries after asking Qatar in its...

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Africa Sierra Leone appeals for urgent help after deadly floods

Touring Regent, one of the worst-hit areas, President Ernest Bai Koroma fought back tears as he said the devastation was "overwhelming us".

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Middle East Algeria's PM sacked after less than three months in office

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GCC Kuwait reports second oil spill

Kuwait's Environment Public Authority said the latest spill was about 1.6 kilometres long, adding that measures were being taken to contain it.

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Qatar Sport Kids Come Along upsets Beton in PIBAQ contest

The elimination round of the Premiere Division ended in a rollercoaster game between the two undefeated teams.

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Qatar Sport Jemal to lead Al Arabi in new QSL season

Al Arabi have confirmed that Tunisian defender Ammar Jemal (pictured) will be the new captain of the side.

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Cricket Indian great Ashwin joins Worcestershire

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Football Former Man United defender Brown joins Indian side Kerala...

The 37-year-old was a free agent after making five appearances for Blackburn Rovers in the English Championship last season.

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Washing hands often with soap and water, especially after changing diapers and using the toilet, will help prevent the spread of contagious diseases...

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Health Knee arthritis twice as common in US since World War II

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Japan has served its time as a symbol of economic failure. Its latest growth surge puts it in a welcome new role.

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British actor Daniel Craig has confirmed he will reprise the role of James Bond one last time, ending months of speculation.

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