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Kolo Muani double guides Frankfurt to German Cup quarters

Kolo Muani double guides Frankfurt to German Cup quarters

BERLIN: France striker Randal Kolo Muani warned he was “getting better” after scoring two and assisting another in Eintracht Frankfurt’s 4-2 derby defeat of visiting Darmstadt in the German Cup on Tuesday. The five-time Cup winners needed to come from behind for the victory and once again it was in-form Kolo Muani who proved crucial...

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Rescuers dig through rubble as Turkiye-Syria quake death toll passes 7,800

Rescuers dig through rubble as Turkiye-Syria quake death toll passes 7,800

ANTAKYA: The death toll of a devastating earthquake in southern Turkiye and Syria jumped to more than 7,800 people on Tuesday as rescuers worked against time in harsh winter conditions to dig survivors out of the rubble of collapsed buildings. As the scale of the disaster became ever more apparent, the death toll looked likely...

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From P-Reading to E-Reading – Daily Times

From P-Reading to E-Reading – Daily Times

E-revolution is being touted as the most significant agent of change witnessed in the 21st century. It has brought paper reading almost to zero and has supplanted it with reading on electronic gadgets, termed e-reading. This is a rapidly expanding area of digital life that is engulfing human beings all over the world in almost...

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Lost letters of Mary, Queen of Scots, found and deciphered by codebreakers

Lost letters of Mary, Queen of Scots, found and deciphered by codebreakers

An international team of codebreakers said Wednesday they have found and deciphered the long lost secret letters of 16th-century monarch Mary, Queen of Scots, one of the most argued-over figures in British history. The long-rumoured missing letters, which were found mislabelled in the digital archive of a French library, were hailed by excited historians as...

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German defence minister in surprise Kyiv visit

German defence minister in surprise Kyiv visit

KYIV: Germany’s new defence minister, Boris Pistorius, made an unscheduled visit to Kyiv on Tuesday, two weeks after Berlin agreed to provide Leopard tanks to help Ukraine counter Russian forces. Ukraine’s outgoing defence minister Oleksiy Reznikov tweeted a photo of him and Pistorius holding a model replica of the tank. A defence ministry spokesman confirmed...

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Voice of the People

Voice of the People

Articles and letters may be edited for the purposes of clarity and space. They are published in good faith with a view to enlightening all the stakeholders. However, the contents of these writings may not necessarily match the views of the newspaper. Hotels & sustainable development Currently, the real estate industry in Pakistan is following...

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Syria quake relief a headache for Western nations and aid groups

Syria quake relief a headache for Western nations and aid groups

An earthquake that has killed more than 5,000 people in Turkey and its southern neighbour Syria is proving a diplomatic headache for those seeking to channel aid to Syrians. Still gripped by more than a decade of civil war, Syria is divided into areas controlled by the government under President Bashar al-Assad, for years a pariah...

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World powers rush to offer Turkey, Syria aid over quake

World powers rush to offer Turkey, Syria aid over quake

Countries around the world have mobilised rapidly to send aid and rescue workers after a massive earthquake killed more than 6,200 people in Turkey and Syria. The EU has mobilised 27 search and rescue and medical teams from 19 countries to help Turkey. They involve over 1,150 rescuers and 70 rescue dogs, EU crisis management...

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China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative grows stronger against louder Western-led smears

China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative grows stronger against louder Western-led smears

Situated in the Amazon basin, 100 kilometers east of Ecuador’s capital Quito, the Coca Codo Sinclair (CCS) hydroelectric plant, a signature project in South America, and the biggest hydroelectric power station in the country has recently fallen prey to Western smears, as part of a relentless attack by Western media sources on China-proposed Belt and...