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DAMASCUS: Islamic State group Jihadists have blown up several of ancient Palmyra’s famed tower tombs as they press their demolition of the Unesco-listed world heritage site, Syria’s antiquities chief said on Friday.
IS has carried out a ...
 
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WARSAW: Archaeologists are having a field day in Poland’s longest river, the Vistula, which because of a drought has hit a record low water level allowing them to uncover a treasure trove of ancient artifacts.
“There are pieces of marble and ...
 
 

LISBON: Britain will take in thousands more Syrian refugees, Prime Minister David Cameron said on Friday amid growing pressure at home and abroad to address the crisis.
“Given the scale of the crisis and the suffering of the people, today I can ...
 
 

ABU DHABI: An arms depot explosion in Yemen has killed 22 soldiers from the United Arab Emirates, in the country’s heaviest loss since joining an Arab coalition battling rebels, military sources said on Friday.
The two sides gave conflicting ...
 
 

WASHINGTON: US Defence Secretary Ashton Carter offered assurances on Friday that the Iran nuclear deal will leave Washington with a “more effective” military option if that becomes necessary.
Carter defended the agreement in an opinion piece in ...
 
 

LONDON: Rudyard Kipling was right. Cats really do walk by themselves, and do not need their owners to feel secure and safe, a study has shown.
Although absent owners might worry that their pet is pining, in fact, cats show no sign of separation ...
 
 

RABAT: Moroccans voted on Friday in local polls seen as a test for the ruling Islamists, who swept to power nearly four years ago after Arab Spring protests prompted reforms by the monarchy.
About 15 million Moroccans were eligible to vote in ...