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Going nuts? Turkey looks to pistachios to heat eco-city

Going nuts? Turkey looks to pistachios to heat eco-city

Pistachios are already a key ingredient in Turkish baklava, but the country may now have found a new way to exploit the nuts....

In ‘propaganda’ war, Crimeans hear different reality

In ‘propaganda’ war, Crimeans hear different reality

Two days before Russian forces began the operation to seize Crimea, somebody threw two Molotov cocktails through the window of Black Sea TV.

Health crisis growing in Pakistan’s remote northwest

Health crisis growing in Pakistan’s remote northwest

By the time Tasneem Bibi brought her four-month-old baby to the clinic, the girl’s lower body was blue with cold.

Fragile Greek coalition’s majority shrinks to just three

Fragile Greek coalition’s majority shrinks to just three

The Greek coalition government’s majority in parliament shrank to just three seats yesterday after a lawmaker rebelled over a controversial new law to ...

Hit for six

Hit for six

Manchester City asserted their Premier League title credentials with an extraordinary 6-3 defeat of leaders Arsenal yesterday that took them to within three points of Arsene Wenger’s side.

Diplomatic Club sponsors event for special needs kids

Diplomatic Club sponsors event for special needs kids

The Diplomatic Club yesterday hosted and sponsored an event for children from Sunbeam Centre for Excellence for Children with Special Needs.

Indian food  festival

Indian food festival

Grand Regal Hotel is set to host an Indian Food Festival at its signature restaurant, Mehfil, starting tomorrow. The event will continue until April 27.

Manchester United agree fee for forward Zaha

Manchester United agree fee for forward Zaha

Manchester United agreed a fee to buy exciting forward Wilfried Zaha from second-tier Crystal Palace yesterday with manager Alex Ferguson.