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Four years after Beijing hosted a spectacular summer Olympics, China’s bustling capital sees vastly improved public transport and infrastructure, but many of the venues built for the event languish unloved, underused and draining public finances. The
A Pakistani woman was doused with petrol and burned alive in a dispute with her husband’s family, police said Wednesday, with her 90-year-old mother-in-law among those named as suspects. Mother-of-one Sobia Bibi, 25, died after she was attacked while
A premature baby who had been declared dead was found alive 12 hours later in the morgue, a health official in northeastern Argentina said. The parents of the baby, who was in serious condition, were going to name her Luciana Abigail but
Four men charged with plotting to storm the offices of Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten go on trial on Friday, in a reminder that Denmark remains a prime target of Islamist militants seeking to avenge the paper’s publication of cartoons of the Prophet
The Syrian defense ministry said that it will cease military operations against rebel fighters from Thursday after it has completed its mission to combat “armed terrorist groups,” state television reported on Wednesday. Thursday is also the day set by
Israel is holding talks with Finland about attending a conference on a creating a nuclear-free Middle East, a foreign ministry spokesman said on Wednesday. The conference is expected to take place in Helsinki in December under the
A Saudi court sentenced a cleric who fiercely supports the segregation of the sexes to five years in prison on Wednesday for “incitement” against the kingdom’s rulers, media reported. Yussef al-Ahmad was also sentenced to a five-year
Seif al-Islam, son of slain Libyan leader Muammar Qaddafi, has told International Criminal Court officials he hoped to be tried in Libya, a report published on Wednesday said, but he was accused by ICC representatives of “playing the part” for the Libyan
He’s been dead for nearly a year, but Osama bin Laden was on Tuesday officially removed from the FBI’s most wanted list and replaced with an alleged producer of child pornography. Eric Justin Toth, who also goes under the alias Davis Bussone, has
The Iraqi religious leader Muqtada al-Sadr has said that it is better to educate university students with “religion and good morals,” instead of segregating the sexes, Al Sumaria News TV reported on Wednesday. The Shiite leader who is the head of the