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Hamilton fastest, Massa crashes in Canada practice

Hamilton fastest, Massa crashes in Canada practice

Lewis Hamilton lapped fastest in opening Canadian Grand Prix practice yesterday while Felipe Massa gave Formula One’s newest sponsors plenty of exposure by crashing his Williams into a Heineken hoarding.

Al Rayan Bank spreads word about Islamic finance on UK tour

Al Rayan Bank spreads word about Islamic finance on UK tour

Al Rayan Bank, whose parent company is Masraf Al Rayan, has conducted a series of UK Islamic finance information events in the cities of Leicester, Manchester, London and Birmingham ...

Euphoria for Kiwi fans after cliff-hanger victory

Euphoria for Kiwi fans after cliff-hanger victory

New Zealand supporters at Twickenham voiced euphoric relief after their close victory over South Africa in the World Cup semi-final, saying the tight, dying stages were “absolute murder”.

World Cup legends join SC at Soccerex Global Conference

World Cup legends join SC at Soccerex Global Conference

Think of Michael Owen and most people think of one thing.

Raikkonen angry after Ferrari error

Raikkonen angry after Ferrari error

Angry Kimi Raikkonen blasted his Ferrari team after he missed the first cut and qualified only 18th for today’s Austrian Grand Prix.

Oman producing all-out on oil as global price rout seen over

Oman producing all-out on oil as global price rout seen over

Oman, the biggest Middle Eastern oil producer that’s not a member of Opec, is boosting crude output to as much as possible with the global price rout...

Thai Q3 GDP seen picking but pace of recovery  slows

Thai Q3 GDP seen picking but pace of recovery slows

Thailand’s economy probably expanded slightly in the third quarter after a military coup in May returned some stability...

Two US novelists on Booker Prize shortlist

Two US novelists on Booker Prize shortlist

Two US authors made the shortlist yesterday for the 2014 Booker Prize for Fiction.

Hellfire missiles delivered to Iraq

Hellfire missiles delivered to Iraq

The US delivered nearly 100 Hellfire missiles, M4 rifles and hundreds of thousands of rounds of ammunition to Iraq this month, the US embassy in Baghdad said yesterday.

Uighur group urges independent probe into Xinjiang violence

Uighur group urges independent probe into Xinjiang violence

An exile Uighur group yesterday demanded Chinese authorities allow independent investigations into a clash in Xinjiang where eight “attackers” .

Bottlenecks put brakes on Iraq’s oil export growth

Bottlenecks put brakes on Iraq’s oil export growth

Pipeline bottlenecks at Iraq’s southern ports are preventing Opec’s second-biggest producer from increasing oil exports, even while it offers competitive pricing that is attracting rising demand.