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Lost radioactive capsule found in Australian Outback after huge search

  • SYDNEY: Australian authorities on Wednesday found a radioactive capsule smaller than a coin that was lost in the vast Outback after nearly a week-long search involving around 100 people along a 1,400 kilometers (870 miles) stretch of highway, officials said. The cesium-137 capsule lost in tran...
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Blinken’s uphill struggle amid Israeli provocations

  • US Secretary of State Antony Blinken met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday, when he emphasized America’s commitment to the two-state solution for peace — a solution that Netanyahu’s coalition government partners do not support. Blinken must have known that the term “two-...
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Review: More dungeons and more dragons — ‘The Legend of Vox Machina’ season two is a ‘critical’ hit  

  • DUBAI: It would not be an understatement to say that we are living in the golden age of television when it comes to sheer diversity in terms of content. That much is evident when a Dungeons & Dragons game that started out in someone’s living room is now a full-blown animated series on ...
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Unified global effort to repair Earth’s ozone layer infuses new life into climate change fight

  • LONDON: You cannot see it with the naked eye but high over your head, just above the altitude at which the highest-flying passenger jets cruise, there is a fragile layer of naturally occurring gas that shields all life on Earth from the deadly effects of the ultraviolet radiation emitted by the...
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Latest Israeli violence is a sign of much worse to come

  • The increase in violence against Palestinians by Israel’s militant army and the armed Jewish settler movement is part of an intentional strategy by extremists in the Israeli government who have been given the green light to flex their muscles. The level of violence directed against Palestinian...
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Official says two factories sealed after 18 dead from ‘inhaling toxic gas’ in Karachi

  • KARACHI: Two factories were sealed in Pakistan’s commercial capital of Karachi on Friday, a senior government officer said, after at least eighteen people died in little over two weeks from, according to health officials, inhaling toxic chemicals omitted by the industrial units. A Sindh healt...
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Knicks edge Celtics in overtime thriller, Doncic hurt in Mavs win

  • LOS ANGELES: Julius Randle scored 37 points to lead the New York Knicks to a 120-117 overtime victory over the NBA-leading Boston Celtics on Thursday as the Dallas Mavericks held off Phoenix despite an injury to star guard Luka Doncic. Randle added nine rebounds and Jalen Brunson scored 29 po...
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Saudi Arabia stages first ever Biennale for Islamic Art in Jeddah

  • JEDDAH: Saudi Arabia witnessed a historic moment with the opening of the inaugural Islamic Arts Biennale, which presented historic and contemporary works of Islamic art from around the world. On the evening of Jan. 22, the Western Hajj Terminal at King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jedda...
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Saudi Arabia stages first ever Biennale for Islamic Art in Jeddah

  • JEDDAH: Saudi Arabia witnessed a historic moment with the opening of the inaugural Islamic Arts Biennale, which presented historic and contemporary works of Islamic art from around the world. On the evening of Jan. 22, the Western Hajj Terminal at King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jedda...
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UK to introduce X-ray age checks to expose adult asylum seekers posing as children

  • DUBAI: The UK government plans to introduce X-ray age checks to stop adults posing as children in a bid to fast-track their asylum applications. Following the gruesome murder of a prospective Royal Marine, who was killed by an Afghan asylum seeker who had claimed to be 14 on entry to Britain i...
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