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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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The boycott of the Palestinian flag will backfire

  • Sometimes you need a crazy person to do something crazy to remind people about where the line of decency and justice and righteousness really lies. In Israel, the line is being clearly defined over orders by Israel’s National Security Minister Itamar Ben-Gvir, a right-wing fanatic who has been...
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FTX says $415 million in crypto was hacked

  • Bankrupt crypto exchange FTX said in a report to creditors on Tuesday that about $415 million in cryptocurrency had been stolen as a result of hacks. Some $323 million in crypto had been hacked from FTX’s international exchange and $90 million had been hacked from its US exchange since it file...
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Airport customs officials in Cairo foil bid to smuggle in 45 bladed weapons, narcotic pills

  • CAIRO: Two passengers who arrived at Cairo International Airport are to be prosecuted in separate cases for trying to smuggle in items in violation of customs laws. The first passenger was held in possession of 45 bladed weapons, while the other was carrying a quantity of tramadol tablets. ...
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As the death toll falls and talks progress, could Syria finally know peace in 2023?

  • IRBIL, Iraqi Kurdistan: Fewer Syrians were killed in 2022 than in any other year since the civil war began in 2011. What is unclear is whether this represents the beginning of the end of this seemingly endless conflict or merely an interlude before another round of grinding violence. An estim...
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Beauty queens of the desert steal the show at Saudi Arabia’s King Abdulaziz Camel Festival

  • RIYADH: Camels have long been associated with Middle Eastern history and culture. Indeed, for many Bedouin peoples who still live in the deserts of Arabia they continue to provide a source of food, transportation and clothing to this day. Historically, the domestication of camels unleashed th...
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