Energy poor Jordan could see an economic boost from declining oil prices, even if the slide continues for the short term only, experts say.More...
Egypt began clearing residents from its border with the Gaza Strip on Wednesday to create a buffer zone following some of the worst anti-state violence since President Mohamed Morsi was overthrown last year.More...
Around 100 people were buried alive in a tea-growing region of Sri Lanka Wednesday as mudslides triggered by monsoon rains washed away their homes on a plantation, disaster officials said.More...
Oil production by members of the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) is unlikely to change much in 2015 and there is no need to panic at the crude price drop, OPEC's secretary general said on Wednesday, adding to indications the exporter group is in no hurry to cut output.More...
The U-19 women’s team is now gearing up to host Group A Asian qualifiers for the Asian Football Confederation U-19 Women’s Championship in 2015.More...
Last week I came across at least three people who suffered from a strange disease. It did not involve aches and pains, which is the good part. But it meant getting sour burps, uneasiness in the throat and vomiting a couple of hours after the consumption of dinner. These unfortunate symptoms assailed all of them and there was nothing much they could do about it.More...
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