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HRW says ISIS killed 600 Iraqi prisoners

An international rights group says Islamic State militants carried out a mass killing of hundreds of Iraqi prison inmates when they seized the country's second-largest city of Mosul in June.

EDL workers to stage new strike

EDL’s full-time workers have called for a three-day strike starting Thursday to protest the government’s procrastination in giving promotions and higher ranks to the employees.

EDL workers to stage new strike

EDL’s full-time workers have called for a three-day strike starting Thursday to protest the government’s procrastination in giving promotions and higher ranks to the employees.

Saudi metro in race against time

The sprawling and congested Saudi capital is in a race against time to complete its $22.5 billion metro system within four years, a senior official said Wednesday.

Fed ends bond-buying, exhibits confidence

The Federal Reserve ended its monthly bond-purchase program Wednesday and dropped its previous characterization of U.S. labor market slack as “significant,” in a show of confidence about the economy’s prospects.

Shameful inequality

Lebanese have made several bids in recent years to enter the Guinness Book of World Records, with the planet’s largest bowl of hummus or tabbouleh, plate of kibbeh, or longest dabkeh dance line.

Shameful inequality

Lebanese have made several bids in recent years to enter the Guinness Book of World Records, with the planet’s largest bowl of hummus or tabbouleh, plate of kibbeh, or longest dabkeh dance line.

F1’s chickens come home to roost

Talk of financial crisis in Formula One is nothing new, but the absence of back-markers Caterham and Marussia from this week’s U.S. Grand Prix after they went into administration has concentrated minds.

England’s Rose targets career-high ranking

Justin Rose has set his sights on a career-high ranking of world No. 2 over the final events of the year as he headlines a weakened field at the BMW Masters starting from Thursday.

Lebanon’s bartenders aim for Bacardi Prize

Four of Lebanon’s top bartenders made it to the country final of the Bacardi Legacy Cocktail Competition, beating eight other opponents with their own specialty cocktails.

Lebanon’s bartenders aim for Bacardi Prize

Four of Lebanon’s top bartenders made it to the country final of the Bacardi Legacy Cocktail Competition, beating eight other opponents with their own specialty cocktails.

Five-year-olds learn coding in Britain

“Miss! We made it breathe out fire!” 10-year-old Joe exclaimed, pointing at the laptop on his desk, where he has programmed his animated dragon to belch flames into the face of the Greek hero Heracles.

Blind sailors set sights on the Mediterranean

Standing at the helm of a three-masted schooner, Alina Koralewska is having no trouble at all staying the course to Barcelona despite being able to see neither compass nor stars.

Brewer recreates beer found in 1840s shipwreck

A Finnish brewery has recreated a Belgian beer from bottles that sank 170 years ago on a ship in the Baltic Sea, giving connoisseurs a chance to taste the tipple of their great-great-great-grandfathers.

Experts sound alarm as diabetes fuels cases of TB

Cases of tuberculosis are set accelerate worldwide unless action is taken to curb diabetes, a chronic condition that weakens the immune system and triples the risk a person will develop the lung disease, health experts warned on Wednesday.