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- Assad and his creditorsHow to get Iran out of Syria? Put sanctions on the table.
- Moscow keeps calm with Palestinian reconciliation, undermines Trump's 'deal of the century'Palestinian factions failed to reconcile during the Moscow meeting, but Russia didn't come away empty-handed.
- Yazidis divided over selection of new leaderAfter the death of the spiritual leader of the Yazidi sect in Iraq and the world, differences come up over the selection of his successor.
- Jihadists of Idlib splitting under Turkish pressureAs Russia pressures Turkey to impose law and order in Syria at Idlib, Turkey in turn is pressuring radical factions there, which is escalating the conflict among jihadists.
- Patients left without medicine amid Turkey’s economic woesTurkey's economic turmoil, coupled with restrictive government regulations, has led pharmaceutical companies to curb supplies, with 20% of patients returning empty-handed from drugstores, according to sector representatives.
- Algeria gambles on old captain to chart new watersThe announcement that Algeria’s ailing President Abdelaziz Bouteflika is running for a fifth term in the country’s elections raised questions about Algerians’ readiness to endorse the man who has played a prominent role in ending the civil war.
- Why Iran’s service startups scream for workers despite jobs crisisDespite a national jobs crisis, Iran’s online service providers are finding it hard to hire staff on account of a combination of old mentalities toward employment and the novelties of new working conditions.
- Challenges in Jerusalem, Gaza threaten Palestinian legislative electionsThe Palestinian Authority must be able to hold elections in East Jerusalem and the Gaza Strip for the polls to be legitimate.
- Many calls but little action to stop cultural destruction in YemenSmuggled Yemeni antiquities continue to find customers in the West, despite international outcry to stop the looting and destruction in Yemen.
- Netanyahu’s successful operation of unifying the far rightPrime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been laboring for the unification of far-right parties. The announcement of HaBayit HaYehudi and National Union parties on running together is his first victory.
- Plastics reach remote pristine environments, scientists sayBirds’ eggs in High Arctic contain chemical additives used in plasticsScientists have warned about the impact of plastic pollution in the most pristine corners of the world after discovering chemical additives in birds’ eggs in the High Arctic.Eggs laid by northern fulmars on Prince Leopold Island in the Canadian Arctic tested positive for hormone-disrupting phthalates, […]
- Maturing W-League points to further future improvements | Ella ReillySydney FC’s grand final win showed collective need often supplants the individual ego – and the league is thriving for itThe 2018-19 W-League season has been one of history makers and breakers. With its first marquee player (Sam Kerr), a new all-time goalscoring record set (Kerr, who else, on 68) and the highest grand final […]
- Brett Morris hat-trick powers Roosters past Wigan in World Club Challenge• World Club Challenge: Wigan 8-20 Sydney Roosters• Sydney side start superbly and ride second-half pressureTrent Robinson had promised in the buildup to the World Club Challenge that irrespective of the purported attitude from Australian rugby league to the event, his Sydney Roosters side were here to respect both the competition and the Super League […]
- Study blames YouTube for rise in number of Flat EarthersConspiracy theories shown on video-sharing site persuade people to doubt Earth is roundResearchers believe they have identified the prime driver for a startling rise in the number of people who think the Earth is flat: Google’s video-sharing site, YouTube.Their suspicion was raised when they attended the world’s largest gatherings of Flat Earthers at the movement’s […]
- Flybmi tells customers to seek refunds from credit card companiesSister group Loganair to take over some routes as thousands remain out-of-pocketFlybmi is advising customers to seek refunds from credit and debit card companies or rebook with other airlines after the company collapsed late on Saturday, leading to the cancellation of thousands of journeys.On Sunday night, it emerged that Flybmi’s Glasgow-based sister company Loganair, which […]
- US woman 'deeply regrets' joining Isis and wants to return homeExclusive: Hoda Muthana is only American among 1,500 foreign women and children at a Syrian refugee campAn American woman captured by Kurdish forces after fleeing the last pocket of land controlled by Islamic State says she “deeply regrets” travelling to Syria to join the terror group and has pleaded to be allowed to return to […]
- Chris Gayle declares himself ‘greatest player’ and wants Hundred invite• ‘I will set the trend for you,’ says West Indian before ODI series• Jason Roy hits 110 off 82 balls in England warm-up gameChris Gayle, the veteran West Indies opener and self-styled “Universe Boss”, has warned English cricket that The Hundred will not be a success unless “the greatest player in the world” is […]
- Ryan Giggs: ‘It didn’t work for United but Van Gaal was brilliant for me’The Wales manager discusses the loneliness of his job, what Manchester United should do next and why he turned to a psychologist“I think every manager feels that loneliness,” Ryan Giggs says as he identifies the usually unspoken difficulty at the core of his work. The manager of Wales since January 2018, Giggs has had nine […]
- Protests erupt in Brazil after death of black teenager who was restrainedCampaigners say Black Lives Matter movement is emerging after action in five major citiesBrazilian activists have taken to the streets in five major cities after the death of a young black man who was restrained by a supermarket security guard.Campaigners said the protests are feeding a nascent Black Lives Matter movement in Brazil, where nearly […]
- UK's richest man moves to Monaco to 'save £4bn in tax'Brexiter Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s company Ineos is reportedly working with PricewaterhouseCoopers to reduce billBritain’s richest man, the Brexit supporter Sir Jim Ratcliffe, and two of his key lieutenants at chemicals firm Ineos have reportedly been planning to save up to £4bn in tax after moving to Monaco.The company, which is valued at about £35bn, is […]